Police investigation still underway
Moffat County School District is moving forward with its search for new football coaches and plans to hire a new head coach by early next week.
Coaches asked to resign, athletic director needed for sports
Craig Police Department personnel confirmed that representatives from the Evanston Police Department in Wyoming will be in Craig Thursday to investigate the alleged hazing incident with the Moffat County High School football team while at football camp in the Wyoming town.
Moffat County School District has asked the six football coaches from the district’s high school football team to resign following a hazing incident that happened several weeks ago in Evanston, Wyoming.
Craig Daily Press sports writer Nate Waggenspack on his two years in the community.
Alicia Nelson of the MCHS class of 2009 will compete for a national championship Saturday in the USA Track and Field Outdoor Championships.
Evanston Police Department in Wyoming and the Craig Police Department are currently investigating an alleged hazing incident that occurred at the Moffat County High School football team’s annual football camp June 18 though 20 in Evanston, Wyoming.
With CHSAA's 2014-16 cycle coming up, Moffat County football is moving down, while others will see new opponents moving into their divisions.
In two weeks, the Bulldogs will go to team camp in Wyoming, where they will put their offense and defense to the test.
Alicia Nelson won two national championships at the Division II Track and Field National Championships, giving her nine for her career.
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Steamboat Springs senior Ben Wharton is about as rare of a breed as Sailors athletes come. Very few varsity athletes can claim they are three-sport athletes — boy or girl. Wharton can, but he isn’t just another name on the roster, someone who scores a goal here and there, or wins a match a few times a season.
To Moffat County senior Allie Ehlers, playing sports always has been the obvious choice. “I’ve played soccer since kindergarten,” she said. “I’ve always had to be doing something. Sitting at home sounds boring.”
Faced with changing circumstances all year, Joe Camilletti just kept competing, and that’s why he’s the Moffat County High School male athlete of the year.
Natalie Bohlmann knows her way around Nordic skiing and soccer, notching one of the top years a Steamboat Springs High School girl had in 2013-14, making her shine as the Sailors’ female athlete of the year.
When Hayden High School boys basketball needed it most, Dan Engle was there. Injuries piled up before the 2013-14 season even began, but as the bench started to thin out, Engle did all he could to keep a once-dominant Tigers program competitive.