November 10, 2010
Moffat County High School’s Tracy Mendoza re-wrote the team’s record book this year with 29 goals, helping the Bulldogs to their best league finish in team history. Western Slope League coaches recognized his efforts by naming him the league’s player of the year.
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There wasn’t much hesitation among teammates when asked why Moffat County High School senior Tracy Mendoza was named the 2010 Western Slope League Player of the Year. “He scored lots of goals,” sophomore Alan Flores said. Everyone else nodded their heads in agreement. Mendoza became the first Bulldog to receive the league’s top honor in team history.