High school sports


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Craig Sports Briefs for Sept. 2, 2016: Moffat County cross country ready for Rawlins race

Moffat County High School cross country runners will compete in the Rawlins Invitational Friday at 10 a.m. Friday, held at the Sinclair Golf Course in Sinclair, Wyoming. Earlier schedules listed the Bulldogs as attending the Delta Invitational the same day. The Craig Middle School cross country program will also run in the event to open its season.

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Second half lifts Sailors over Bulldogs 3-0

Steamboat pulled out a gritty win Tuesday in its home opener, beating U.S. Highway 40-rivals Moffat County 3-0 in the Bulldogs’ season opener.

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Moffat County volleyball hit hard by West Grand

Coach: Loss to Mustangs in first home game provides valuable data

Despite a crowd that was very much on their side Tuesday night, Moffat County High School volleyball struggled in their first home game of the season. The Lady Bulldogs were swept in three sets by the West Grand Mustangs, the Kremmling school taking totals of 25-20, 25-16 and 25-9.

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Craig Sports Briefs for Aug. 31, 2016: Adult volleyball league looks for signups by Friday

Craig Parks & Recreation will begin its co-ed fall volleyball league, open to ages 15 and older. Games take place in two separate leagues: the competitive league plays Monday nights, with semi-competitive Tuesdays and Thursdays. All games are in the Craig Middle School gym, 915 Yampa Ave, starting Sept. 12. The deadline to register is this Friday, and the cost is $200 per team, plus $20 per player.

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Moffat County C-Team football manhandles Meeker

Coaches: 20-6 win showed great leadership by young players

The first bunch of Moffat County High School football players to hit the Bulldog Proving Grounds this season came to play. The MCHS C-Team hosted Meeker Monday, ending the afternoon with a 20-6 victory against the Cowboys.

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Bulldog Sports for the week of Aug. 29, 2016

The coming week in sports for Craig and Moffat County.

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Craig Sports Briefs for Aug. 29, 2016: Moffat County cross country gets running

Moffat County High School cross country teams started the schedule Friday with the Cheyenne Mountain Stampede at Colorado Springs’ Norris Penrose Event Center.

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Moffat County football prepped for physical season

Bulldogs seek to retain league title, return to playoffs

As the seasons change to autumn and the sun goes down earlier and earlier, locations across the country engage young men in competitions of guts and glory in America’s favorite sport, and Craig is no different. Simply put, the Bulldog Proving Grounds and its inhabitants will soon be back under the spell of Friday night lights. Moffat County High School varsity football makes its grand return for a season coaches and players anticipate will be one of its best yet.

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Moffat County football falls to Rawlins in first game

Outlaws pull ahead in final seconds to beat Bulldogs 15-12

The first game of the season started rough for the Bulldogs, then got better and suddenly had victory snatched away at the last second. Moffat County High School varsity football took to the turf Friday night on the road in Rawlins, Wyoming, the first meeting since 2008 for the nearby schools. When last the Bulldogs and Outlaws squared off, the result was 26-16 in Moffat County’s favor, yet Rawlins claimed a win this time in the gridiron matchup, 15-12.

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Sailors swamp Bulldogs to open volleyball season

With a flurry of hard hits and plenty of big digs, the Steamboat Springs High School volleyball team showed Thursday it’s still at the top of the heap in Northwest Colorado.

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Moffat County soccer sets goals for Random Acts of Kindness

Clean-up of elementary school property among volunteer projects

With less than one week left before their schedule starts, Moffat County High School boys soccer is looking to get in all the practice time they can before the season opener. However, their coaches want players to be no less ready to jump into action off the field too.

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Moffat County football ready to rein in Rawlins Outlaws

Zero Week game takes Bulldogs over Wyoming border to start season

The big night is almost here as the Moffat County High School football team prepares to begin anew. The Bulldogs get in motion Friday as they pile on the bus, head two hours north and visit an old foe they haven’t seen for quite some time. The Rawlins, Wyoming, Outlaws have the distinction of being the first up on the schedule for Moffat County, the two teams having gone the better part of a decade without seeing each other.

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Hayden looking forward to start of new season, chance to improve

The Hayden Tigers football team ushers in a new football season Friday.

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Craig Sports Briefs for Aug. 24, 2016: Moffat County volleyball opens season Thursday in Steamboat

Moffat County High School volleyball teams will begin the schedule with games in Thursday in Steamboat Springs. The Highway 40 rivals will begin their brawl with a C-Team match-up at 4:30 p.m., followed by junior varsity and varsity at 5:30 and 6:30 p.m. MCHS comes off a 5-18 record last season, compared to the Sailors’ 20-5 year in 2015 under coach Wendy Hall.

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Moffat County golf scores strong at home event

Mike Bingham 7th overall, Bulldog varsity 8th at Yampa Valley Golf Course

After a year that saw multiple schedule conflicts along the Western Slope, the Moffat County High School Invitational at Yampa Valley Golf Course was well-attended Monday by teams across the region.