The coming week in sports for Moffat County High School and Craig Middle School.
The latest sports news for Craig and Moffat County.
Hayden High School volleyball clinched a 10-win season Friday night, beating Vail Mountain, 3-0. The Tigers' season finale is Saturday at Vail Christian.
On senior night and the season finale for the Hayden High School football team, the Tigers were shutout for the first time all year, 20-0, by Vail Christian.
The Bulldogs turned it over seven times in the loss.
During Homecoming week, the majority of students and faculty were bursting with school spirit, participating heavily in the activities like dress-up days, a bonfire, pep assembly and homecoming parade. Sports also play a huge role in homecoming and the bulldogs were bursting with blue and white as they took on a fun-packed week where students, parents and faculty found themselves glowing.
At the regional meet in Delta, the girls team took first and the boys took eighth.
Homecoming is here at Moffat County High School, and the football team hopes to pick up a win to close out the week on a high note.
Fireworks will grace the Moffat County football halftime once again in 2013, with the Moffat County Booster Club to thank for it.
The Bulldogs combined a potent offense with dominant defense to win, 38-0.
Senior night for the Moffat County volleyball team was looking good but finished with a five-set loss to Rifle.
The Bulldogs couldn't hang with Roaring Fork for the full 80 minutes.
Moffat County High School’s Homecoming starts this week with a multitude of activities for Bulldogs of past and present to show their school spirit.
After back-to-back sweeping losses, the Hayden High School volleyball team wasn't able to right the ship Saturday, falling in five games at West Grand.
The Bulldogs had several near misses in the home loss to the Skiers.