A home game against Grand Valley worked very well for the Bulldogs, as MCHS finished the day 8-0 against the Cardinals.
Changes include new coach, field, JV team
It’s a whole new season for the Moffat County High School boys soccer team in more ways than one, and numerous changes may be just the key to helping them achieve their goals this year.
1st home game of season draws excited crowd
The Moffat County High School varsity football team celebrated its first win of the season, a 27-12 victory against visiting Ridge View Academy, of Watkins, on Friday night at the Bulldog Proving Grounds.
Steamboat took care of business Thursday night with a 25-14, 25-13, 25-17 sweep of Moffat County.
Steady rain didn’t slow down the unbeaten Aspen High School boys soccer team Thursday afternoon. The Skiers, with three quick goals in the first 13 minutes of the soggy match, shut out visiting Moffat County High School 4-0 in a drizzling rain on the field turf at Aspen School District Stadium.
Team also ranks 3rd at Steamboat
MCHS placed third out of nine teams during its Wednesday tournament at Yampa Valley Golf Course, notching its lowest numbers for the season, with a 258 for the day.
The members of the Moffat County High School and Craig Middle School rodeo teams are back in the saddle. The teams recently competed in their first official event of the season, the Cortez High School and Junior High Rodeo, during Labor Day weekend.
Team ties with Grand Junction Central, prepares for Aspen
The first of any of Moffat County High School’s fall sports season to play at home this year was the boys varsity soccer team, hosting the Warriors of Grand Junction Central on Tuesday afternoon, a game that ended up scoreless on both ends.
Craig Middle School’s sports seasons are underway, giving students their earliest taste at school-sponsored athletics during the seventh and eighth grade years, hopefully the first of many they’ll spend as Bulldogs. CMS’s fall sports for this school year include football, volleyball and cross-country.
The players and coaches of MCHS volleyball have set their sights on a winning season, following last year’s series, which left them near the bottom of the 3A Western Slope League rankings.
Moffat County High School football dropped to 0-2 on Friday night, losing 28-14 to rival Steamboat Springs, but showed signs of life under first-year coach Keith Gille.
The coming week in sports for Craig and Moffat County.
The Moffat County High School football team’s season officially has begun, and amid a great deal of changes, players remain ready to do what they love more than anything: Grab the pigskin and do their school proud.
Moffat County High School’s football team is in the process of building its way back to respectability. The Rifle Bears on Friday showed the Bulldogs just how far they need to go.
Rick Upchurch talks dedication with young athletes
Only a small percentage of athletes ever reach the top levels of competition in their sport, meaning to meet someone who’s been part of the tradition of the World Series or the Stanley Cup is a rarity. Apparently, the players of the Craig Middle School football teams are just that lucky. The seventh and eighth grade teams received a surprise visit in their first week of practices from Denver Broncos great Rick Upchurch on Wednesday afternoon.