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Moffat County senior swimmer Marisa Hulstine honored at league championships

Bulldogs place 10th; Steamboat Springs’ Annika Fahrner to represent team at state

Though the season is now complete for most members of the Moffat County High School girls swim team, the final meet of her career held a special honor for one athlete. MCHS placed 10th at the Southwestern Conference League Championships Friday and Saturday at Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction.

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Moffat County Bulldog hockey gets physical in first home game

18U team falls 5-3 Saturday, Sunday to Telluride

An early lead, dynamic competition and a nail-biting final few minutes — all Moffat County fans could ask for in the first home game for the 18 and under Midget hockey team. The Craig Youth Hockey Association squad took a 5-3 loss Saturday to Telluride in the late season home opener for the 18U Bulldogs.

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Learning to work every step of the way: Craig’s Kayla Pinnt earns All-Around Athlete

Former Moffat County athlete, 10-time state track star to be honored by Sportswomen of Colorado

Kayla Pinnt is the first to acknowledge that while athletic skill is a blessing, it means little if the person is unwilling to put in the work to succeed. And, just like a lap around the track, the work that the former Moffat County High School student has put in has come full circle. The organization Sportswomen of Colorado — honoring female athletes from high school to Olympic level — recently announced that Kayla will be honored March 12 as All-Around Athlete, small school category in recognition of her senior year at MCHS.

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Craig Sports Briefs for Feb. 4, 2017: Register Monday for Moffat County Youth Wrestling

Registration is coming up for Moffat County Youth Wrestling’s season. The program is offered for boys and girls ages 4 to 14 to learn and grow in the sport. Eligibility is based on a child’s age as of March 25, though 14-year-olds in high school do not qualify. Organizers will host registration from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Monday in the Craig City Hall Council Chambers, 300 W. Fourth St., or forms are available on the Moffat County Youth Wrestling Facebook page.

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Craig Middle School girls hoops hits hard hosting Hayden, Baggs

A long weekday session of basketball paid off for Craig Middle School girls teams Thursday. CMS hoops went 3-1 on the day bringing in Hayden and Baggs, Wyoming.

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Craig Sports Briefs for Feb. 3, 2017: Craig Middle School wrestling to host parent meeting

Craig Middle School will host a meeting for interested parents and athletes at 6 p.m. Monday in the CMS library, 915 Yampa Ave. Wrestlers need to have registration, proof of a sports physical and insurance and payment of the school sports fee depending on the number of athletes in the family.

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Moffat County boys basketball bombards Steamboat Springs

Any opportunity to sink their Highway 40 rivals is well worth it for Moffat County High School. MCHS boys C-Team basketball overtook Steamboat Springs Tuesday afternoon in a 40-30 win for the younger Bulldogs.

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Craig Sports Briefs for Feb. 1, 2017: Craig hockey stays hearty in weekend games

Craig Youth Hockey Association teams played tough in games during the weekend.

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Bulldog Sports for the Week of Jan. 30, 2017

The coming week in sports for Craig and Moffat County.

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Moffat County C-Team basketball busts up Meeker, Coal Ridge in home tourney

The younger athletes of Moffat County High School hoops had their due Saturday as C-Team basketball hosted its own tournament. Bulldog squads were the big winners of the day as both boys and girls groups went 2-0 against opponents, with Meeker and Coal Ridge coming to town.

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Home sweet home: Moffat County hoops back on own court against Roaring Fork

The Friday return of varsity basketball to the Moffat County High School gym brought with it bunches of blue and white as well as plentiful pink. The cancer awareness games for MCHS hoops marked the end of a three-week hiatus from home for the Bulldogs as teams hosted the Roaring Fork Rams of Carbondale.

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Craig Sports Briefs for Jan. 28, 2017: Moffat County High School alum Kayla Pinnt achieves statewide honor

The organization Sportswomen of Colorado announced this week that Kayla Pinnt will be honored as All-Around Athlete, small school category in recognition of her senior year at Moffat County High School. Pinnt graduated MCHS in 2016, standing out as a state leader in steals in basketball as well as amassing 10 total state track and field titles, seven individual events and three relays, breaking numerous school records as well as a 3A state track meet record. She currently competes for Colorado State University track and will attend the 43rd annual awards celebration March 12 at Glendale’s Infinity Park Events Center.

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Craig CNCC soccer starts signing process for 2017 season, promotes new coach

Kaylynn Haefs signs for women; Joe Eades to replace Lance Noble as Spartan men’s head coach

As Colorado Northwestern Community College soccer goes into its sophomore season on the Craig campus, personnel are retooling a great deal of the program, but building on what’s already been established is a lot easier than starting from scratch. Moffat County High School senior Kaylynn Haefs signed her letter of intent Thursday to play for the women’s team CNCC this fall, one of multiple changes for the Spartans within the past month.

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Craig Sports Briefs for Jan. 27, 2017: Moffat County hoops to host cancer fundraiser

Moffat County High School basketball teams will host a cancer fundraiser as part of their Friday games against Roaring Fork. Games take place at 900 Finley Lane and start at 3 p.m. with girls junior varsity, and organizers will be accepting donations for cancer research throughout the evening. The Chuck-a-Duck event — which involves tossing rubber ducks available for purchase into a dog collar at center during halftime of the boys varsity game for prizes — will give all proceeds for the night to the effort as well. Spectators are encouraged to wear pink as part of the games, and cancer survivors are welcome to attend and receive recognition.

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Weekend Roundup: Bulldog basketball, delightful dancing and more fun fundraisers

An abundance of activities takes place across Northwest Colorado this weekend, and many share a common theme as something enjoyable for those who attend but more importantly enriching for community members in need.