Coach: Players showed great teamwork, skill in 4-2 loss
The last time they faced a Grand Junction team at home, Moffat County High School boys soccer ran away with it from the start, but Tuesday afternoon was a much better all-around effort, if you ask their coach. The Bulldogs fell, 4-2, to the 5A Grand Junction Tigers in a match-up that was closely contested and a fine test of Moffat County’s skill set.
There were injuries everywhere in Week 2. No position was spared in a week where several notables went down with injuries. It was not a pretty sight, especially for fantasy football players.
The Moffat County High School boys golf team competed in what would turn out to be its final event of the year Monday at Devil’s Thumb Golf Course for the 3A Region 4 Tournament.
The coming week in sports for Craig and Moffat County.
Humane Society of Moffat County was bowled over Saturday night by community support. The yearly fundraiser for the area animal organization took place Saturday at Thunder Rolls Bowling Center.
Spartan players fall to Badgers, continue to gain experience
The weekend warriors of Colorado Northwestern Community College soccer had another trying set of home games, though things continue to be looking up for the program overall. Men’s and women’s soccer fell to the Badgers of Snow College in two games apiece Friday and Saturday.
Moffat County High School struggles on the road against Coal Ridge
It wasn’t quite a perfect sweep, but it was a day Craig Middle School athletes will keep in mind for a while. All four CMS seventh- and eighth-grade volleyball teams were undefeated in a Saturday triangular home tournament bringing in Steamboat Springs and Rifle.
Three-day stretch ends strong as Mike Bingham places 2nd at Gunnison
The final week of the regular season had some rough spots for Moffat County High School boys golf, but the Bulldogs are set to capitalize on recent highlights for its biggest tournament to date. MCHS tees off at the 3A Region 4 Tournament at Devil’s Thumb Golf Course in Delta with a Sunday practice round followed by the real thing Monday morning.
Bulldogs use bye week to prepare for top-notch team Resurrection Christian
Having picked up wins and losses alike to start its season Moffat County High School football soldiers on, and the next time they take the field they plan to pay homage to people whose bravery goes beyond the gridiron.
Moffat County High School boys soccer won, 4-1, Thursday in Parachute against Grand Valley High School. Ulises Silva scored twice, Axeel Mendoza and Marco Hernandez had one goal apiece. Silva also had two assists and Wyatt Nielsen and Hernandez one each in a game where the Bulldogs took 34 total shots on goal, while goalie Daniel Moore had eight saves.
Boys, girls teams have mixture of running experience, plenty of talent
A dedicated long-distance runner can face any kind of terrain, power through when their body is screaming at them to stop and do plenty more with one motivation in mind: finish strong. The Moffat County High School cross country program has a lot behind them this fall, including a previous season in which male and female teams swept the regional championships, yet there’s plenty more success to be had down the road.
Idaho’s Kenley Nebeker seeks to keep Lady Bulldogs hoops high quality
Moffat County High School girls basketball was on the rebound this summer as they went from a banner season to lacking a head coach, but now they appear to be in good hands. Newly hired head coach Kenley Nebeker met Thursday evening with parents of the girls hoops program. The new director of girls basketball comes to Northwest Colorado from Twin Falls, Idaho, though this isn’t his first time in Moffat County.
Northwest Colorado is just on the verge of autumn, and area residents are looking to make the most of what remains of warm weather in a party atmosphere.
Craig Parks & Recreation’s youth pigskin program continues its season with games Tuesdays and Wednesdays at Woodbury Sports Complex. The following are the details from games Sept. 13 and 14.
The Yampa Valley Chapter of Safari Club International will host a ticket drawing as a fundraiser for its yearly activities. The grand prize is a Smith and Wesson rifle complete with adjustable stock, adjustable barrel and 4,000 rounds of ammunition. Second prize is a pair of tickets to SCI’s annual convention in Las Vegas held February 2017.