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Moffat County golf keeps swinging heading into final weeks of season

The season has gone by fast for Moffat County High School girls golf, and in that time their coach has seen a lot of growth from a group that’s still quite green. MCHS girls shot a 361 during a Tuesday tournament at Rifle Creek Golf Course, an event that was somewhat tough going, said coach Ann Marie Roberts.

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Teamwork makes the dream work in win for Moffat County soccer

Bulldogs earn 2-0 victory over Vail Christian in 1st of three home games this week

Saints be praised — the streak is over. Moffat County High School girl soccer took its first home win of the season Tuesday with a 2-0 shutout against Vail Christian.

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Breaking meet records in Glenwood among Moffat County track’s latest feats

Keenan Hildebrandt takes huge gains in discus, shot put; MCHS boys 7th, girls 17th

Despite the name of their latest event, Moffat County High School track and field competitors had a heavenly time during the past weekend. The Glenwood Springs Demon Invitational provided heavy competition Saturday for Moffat County as boys placed seventh and girls tied for 17th, but Bulldogs pushed back with their own exertion.

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Bulldog Sports for the Week of April 17, 2017

The coming week in sports for Craig and Moffat County.

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Live for Levi: Moffat County Youth Wrestling tournament honors late athlete

Enter the door to any home wrestling home meet in Craig, and you’ll find a venue packed with gritty athletes, determined coaches and spectators ready to see something special. And, this particular Saturday, no doubt many of them had an important person on their mind. The Levi Weber Memorial Youth Tournament featured 22 teams as hosted by Moffat County Youth Wrestling, who, along with Bad Dogs, represented their corner of Colorado, placing first and second, respectively.

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Moffat County baseball pummels Pirates

Colby Beckett takes dual home runs to close game early with Olathe

After a stretch of games that either found them on the wrong end of a lopsided score or extended far longer than necessary, it was a delightful change of pace for Moffat County High School varsity baseball to be the ones who took care of business surely and swiftly. A Bulldog home ball game with Olathe ended after six innings Saturday as MCHS’s Colby Beckett smashed a home run that cemented the Dogs’ victory at a mercy-rule-induced 13-2.

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Moffat County Thunder Cheer concludes season with spirited success

Local cheerleaders have been using the word “aloha” a great deal. The Hawaiian lingo that means hello and goodbye can apply to saying farewell to a successful and some beloved members, as well as greeting the future. Moffat County Thunder Cheer recently competed at the Aloha Spirit Championships April 8 and 9 in Las Vegas, a large-scale event with 70 teams representing 10 states.

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Moffat County soccer stays tough, though Grand Junction breezes by

Conditions were both a blessing and a curse this week on the Moffat County High School soccer field. MCHS girls lost 7-0 to Grand Junction Thursday as the Bulldogs returned home after a week away from their turf.

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Double trouble: Moffat County, Steamboat baseball split games in Craig

Sailors win first game 17-13, Bulldogs come back to take second 5-1

The Highway 40 rivalry continued anew Thursday night on the home diamond of Moffat County High School as the Steamboat Springs Sailors came to play, but a doubleheader between the blue and red saw each team earn both a win and a loss — Sailors winning 17-13 and Moffat County 5-1.

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Weekend Roundup: Holiday happenings, sporting chances

Easter weekend in Craig brings with it some holiday fun as well as other opportunities to get out enjoy the springtime.

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Moffat County Youth Wrestling tournament Saturday: Craig Sports Briefs for April 14, 2017

Moffat County Youth Wrestling will host its home event, the Levi Weber Memorial Youth Tournament all day Saturday at Moffat County High School, 900 Finley Lane. Weigh-ins begin at 6:30 a.m. for athletes 8 and younger, with matches starting at 9 a.m. Weigh-ins for the 10U, 12U and 14U ages are at 11 a.m. with bouts at 1 p.m. First place honors in each bracket include a medal and champion t-shirt, with medals also going to second and third place. Concessions will be available all day and admission is $3 per person, free to kids under 5.

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Awards many for Moffat County winter sports

Bulldog athletes break school record, take league, state honors

Though Spring Break and the start of a new slate of sports schedules have taken the spotlight recently, Moffat County High School winter sports teams acknowledged athletes for a wide range of accomplishments, and Bulldogs have a great deal to be proud of both within their hometown and beyond.

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Moffat County baseball toughs it out in tight, 10-inning win over Titans

Bulldogs take it all the way in win against Coal Ridge; team will face Steamboat Springs, Olathe this week

The full experience of the big leagues isn't always guaranteed during preps baseball, but Moffat County High School went into the reaches of the pros' format. An overtime game Tuesday saw MCHS win 9-7 over the visiting Coal Ridge Titans.

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Deadline Wednesday for Craig Parks and Rec baseball: Craig Sports Briefs for April 12, 2017

Craig Parks and Recreation is seeking participants for the Craig Youth Baseball season. The program is open to ages 8 to 15 with possible travel involved for older players. The level of interest will determine the schedule for ages 13 to 15, while younger age groups will start practices in early May. Games will take place Mondays and Wednesdays at Woodbury Sports Complex. Volunteers are encouraged to help the season go smoothly. Registration costs $60, the and the deadline is this Wednesday.

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Bulldog Sports for the Week of April 10, 2017

The coming week in sports for Craig and Moffat County.