The Moffat County girls golf team closed out its regular season on a high note, with two tournaments on the Western Slope this week. The Bulldogs hosted a home tournament at Yampa Valley Golf Course Monday, with golfers from Grand Junction High, Glenwood Springs, Rifle and Palisade competing.
In an important game with postseason implications, the Moffat County High School girls soccer team came up with the result it needed.
In the first of two games at the Craig Middle School baseball fields, the Coal Ridge Titans had their game of the year, winning 23-18. In the second game, Moffat County recovered and dominated, 13-2.
In another important Western Slope League game, the Moffat County High School girls soccer team rose to the occasion and recorded a win.
The coming week in sports for Moffat County High School and Craig Middle School.
Moffat County boys and girls had big days on the track Friday in Craig. The girls team took first place and the boys were second at the Clint Wells Invitational.
With its season on the line, the Moffat County High School girls soccer stepped up and got a big win Thursday. The Bulldogs traveled to Aspen and came away with a 1-0 win over the Skiers. Kylee Gorringe scored the game’s lone goal as the team set the school record in wins in a season with its sixth.
The Moffat County High School girls golf team was back in action Wednesday and Thursday, playing a pair of tournaments as the postseason nears.
The Moffat County High School track and field team spends most of its time during the season in Grand Junction, but it likes to showcase its talent once a year to the hometown crowd.
And while the Bulldogs lost a late lead in the second game, there were plenty of positives to take away from their first baseball in nearly three weeks. The Bulldogs are now 5-6 overall this season and 5-5 in the Western Slope League.
The Moffat County senior signed with the University of Denver last Wednesday, then had a meet to remember at the Jefferson County Invite, hosted at Chatfield High School in Littleton.
The Bulldogs tried furiously to rally back against Roaring Fork at Woodbury Sports Complex, but time ran out and they lost, 3-2. Allie Ehlers scored both goals for MCHS.
The coming week in sports for Moffat County High School and Craig Middle School
Moffat County High School's Kayla Pinnt posted her best times of the year in the 100- and 200-meter dashes at the Phil Wertman Invitational in Grand Junction, taking first place in both
Moffat County’s girls soccer team spread the ball around well, with six players scoring in a 7-0 win, tying the school record for most wins in a season.