The Moffat County High School varsity football team takes on its biggest game to date this season when it meets with Brush High School Saturday afternoon in its first appearance in the playoffs since 2006.
Parents, fellow students and members of the community are invited to send off the members of the Moffat County High School varsity football team as they head to Brush for the first round of the 2A State Playoffs.
The Bad Dogs Wrestling program will host an informational meeting for parents interested in having their children participate at 6 p.m. Thursday at Craig Middle School, 915 Yampa Ave. Questions regarding eligibility, fees and other details will be answered.
The past weekend concluded the season for the Moffat County High School varsity volleyball team sooner than they might have liked, but the Lady Bulldogs kept their heads up to make their last games some of their most hard-fought.
MCHS will face Brush High School in the first round of the 2014 2A state playoffs, with postseason brackets released Sunday. The game will take place at 1 p.m. Saturday in Brush.
The coming week in sports for Craig and Moffat County.
Girls team places 5th, boys take 16th
MCHS girls placed fifth and the boys 16th as part of the 3A State Championships Saturday in Colorado Springs. The teams took on the course at Norris Penrose Event Center with gusto.
With an aging bus fleet, a shortage of drivers, an unbelievably tight budget and barely enough buses to get students where they need to go, it’s a miracle that Moffat County School District’s Transportation Department functions as well as it does.
58-30 win at Roaring Fork, Aspen’s loss both benefit Bulldogs
Whatever else happens in the weeks to come, Friday was a night to remember for the members of the Moffat County High School varsity football team. The Bulldogs claimed a spot in the 2A playoffs and a championship for the Western Slope North League with a 58-30 victory over the Roaring Fork Rams in Carbondale.
Soroco High School football blasted cross-county rival Hayden Friday night, 43-6, and now the Rams await their possible 8-man playoff fate.
Tigers, Rams both out at district volleyball tournament
Paonia came out on top in a pool with Hayden and Soroco at the district volleyball tournament, but with a win against the Rams, the Tigers ended their season on a high note.
Playoffs remain possible for Bulldogs
Moffat County High School will complete its season Friday with a road game in Carbondale against Roaring Fork High School, the only league team they have yet to face.
The playoffs could be on the line for Soroco, but that's the last of the Rams' worries as they welcome Hayden to Oak Creek for a 7 p.m. Friday game.
Bulldogs seeded 5th in weekend league tourney
MCHS added to both the win and loss columns in its last matches of the regular season, losing 3-0 Saturday to Grand Valley and winning 3-0 Monday against Basalt.
The Craig Middle School boys basketball teams recently started their new season. The seventh- and eighth-grade squads’ schedules will run through Dec. 6, with CMS hosting the end-of-season tournament for schools in the region.