A Wednesday night dual in Basalt saw another big Bulldog win as the members of the Moffat County High School wrestling team shut down the Longhorns, 65-15.
Teams hosting Hoop-a-Thon, offer charitable donations for Dec. 23 Pepsi Center games
Plenty of slam-dunk opportunities are coming up to give back and enjoy sporting events at the same time. During the holiday season, Moffat County High School basketball teams will be part of multiple endeavors to raise some funds, have some fun and make some memories.
Late Moffat County icon receives Colorado Football Officials Hall of Fame induction
The tones of the man known as the Voice of the Bulldogs will stick with Moffat County residents for years after he’s gone, as will his legacy as an icon of the local sports scene. Craig’s Steve Hafey passed away Dec. 9 at the age of 75 following a battle with cancer. Steve left behind decades of service to the community and the world of athletics in addition to a loving family that included wife Fay Hafey; daughter Dorie Hafey; sons Corey, Kip and Wade; siblings Tim Hafey, Janice McGraw, Jane Ann Nettleton and Margaret Ruth Lisle; and 13 grandchildren.
When Kevin Durant left the Oklahoma City Thunder last summer and headed to the Bay Area and the Golden State Warriors, many thought Russell Westbrook would be left to shoulder the load on his own without any other superstars on the team. Not only has Westbrook shouldered the load thus far, he's averaging a triple-double for the season.
Craig Youth Hockey Association teams had multiple games during the past weekend.
The Moffat County High School girls swim team took eighth place Saturday during the Southwest Conference Relay Meet at Grand Junction’s Colorado Mesa University.
The coming week in sports for Craig and Moffat County.
Bulldog girls take 3rd, boys 8th in tourney; teams hosting Sailors for Friday games
A narrow win and a shorthanded loss were in store for Moffat County High School basketball teams during the final round Saturday at the Steamboat Springs Shootout, but while results may have differed, both Bulldog coaches are seeing their players stay resilient. MCHS girls placed third at the Steamboat Shootout with a 39-32 win against Colorado Springs’ Discovery Canyon.
Bullodgs Miki Klimper, Daniel Caddy undefeated during Grand Junction meet; Isiaih Herod wins at Rifle JV tourney
Another weekend, another list of teams to fall prey to Bulldog wrestlers. Saturday’s Tiger Duals hosted in Grand Junction went well for Moffat County High School, as varsity athletes won against four of the five teams to go against them.
Craig Middle School boys basketball teams each had a shot at a district championship Saturday, and the final games went in favor of two of the four Bulldog squads. CMS’s seventh-grade A-Team and eighth-grade B-Team each ended the day in first place following an all-day tournament in Craig that included Steamboat Springs, Meeker and Rangely.
Changes abound this season for Moffat County High School girls swimming, but one thing remains the same year after year: the act of getting in the water and moving to the other side of the pool as quickly as possible. MCHS aquatics will see some differences this year, primarily positive, as the Bulldogs welcome back coach Meghan Francone and also move into a 3A classification.
No sports team enjoys a defeat, but if it has to happen, early in the season is almost always better. Moffat County High School girls hoops took its first loss of the year Friday in the semifinals of the Steamboat Springs Shootout, as Eagle Valley beat the Lady Bulldogs, 43-29.
Moffat County High School wrestling took another win for the week, this time being Friday in Hotchkiss. MCHS finished the evening 36-33 against their Bulldog doppelgangers.
A battle of the Bulldogs Friday afternoon saw two groups of gritty canines seeking a win after a loss the previous night, and unfortunately for Moffat County High School fans, the Dogs wearing a color other than blue walked away triumphant. MCHS boys basketball lost, 105-50, to 4A Pueblo Centennial in the second day of the Steamboat Springs Shootout.
Craig Parks and Recreation’s co-ed dodgeball league returns for a new season starting in January. Following a successful introduction in early 2016, the program will be back, hopefully bigger than ever. Team requirements are ages 15 and older, groups of six to 10 with at least two female players. The cost is $30 per person for those who register before Dec. 14, with a cost of $45 after that. The season will officially begin Jan. 4, and rosters will be frozen as of Jan. 25.