November 13, 2007
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I think I'm onto something.
Last week, I jotted down 10 reasons to watch the Olympics, in the hopes that Craig residents would tune in and watch the United States kick some butt.
The Olympics kicked off yesterday in Beijing, signaling the start of the world's best athletes competing for their country's glory.
World games now boast trampoline, ping pong
I couldn't believe it when I heard it. Trampoline is an Olympic sport. I had to read it twice. And, get a load of this nonsense: Baseball and women's fast-pitch softball are out. What?
I'll be the first to admit that I don't know the mechanics of funding new sports fields, but from a sports fan's outside view, something appears wrong.
Has it really been this long?
The Moffat County High School rodeo team begins the preliminary round of the state championships a week from today, officially signaling the end of the 2007-08 MCHS sports season.
The 2007-08 Moffat County High School sports season is finished as fans bid farewell to an impressive departing senior class.
My eyes were glued to the screen Tuesday night as a highlight video of the Moffat County boys basketball season rolled on for 45 minutes.
What happened? I go on a week's vacation and everybody loses? I guess I can never leave Craig.
The Moffat County High School played host to swimmers and wrestlers from around the state in tournament action this weekend. The Bulldog Hockey Club is still unbeaten and tonight the girls and boys basketball teams host rival Steamboat Springs.
The year 2007 has been a year of steroid allegations whirling throughout the sporting world. But despite the allegations, it has turned into a year in which many records have fallen.
The girls basketball team swept a pair of home games, but the boys basketball team was blanked in Wyoming. The Bulldog wrestling team learned it has a long way to go to live up to the tradition laid out by past teams, and the swimmers competed in the season's largest meet.
The World Series is long gone and sports fans are settling into football, basketball and hockey.
Finally, some action. After nearly a month-long sporting lull, the Moffat County winter sports scene is in full swing.
As optimistic as I'd like to be regarding the home team, I have to say it's hard to put a finger on them.
As a child growing up in southern Ontario, Canada - yes, I'm a Canuck - I was a stones throw away from Detroit.
The week in review for Bulldog sports
The Moffat County High School boys and girls basketball teams started practices last week, with final cuts and roster decisions coming soon. The Moffat County Bulldog Hockey Club started the season with a bang, giving hockey fans optimism.