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Makayla Camilletti, a Moffat County High School junior, puts up a lay-up against an Eagle Valley defender Jan. 13 at MCHS. The MCHS girls varsity basketball team won its first encounter with Eagle Valley, 57-27, and head coach Matt Ray said if his team plays fundamentally sound on both sides of the ball today, the Bulldogs should score another victory over the Devils.

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MCHS basketball teams get 2nd crack at Eagle Valley

No basketball game is a guaranteed victory. But, the Moffat County High School girls varsity basketball team’s contest today at Eagle Valley High School is the Bulldogs to lose, head coach Matt Ray said. MCHS beat the Devils, 57-27, on Jan. 13 at home, and as the Bulldogs prepare for their second trip through the Western Slope League, Ray said his players need to keep improving. “The biggest thing we need to do is play at our level and not (Eagle Valley’s),” Ray said. “We want to go in there and run our game plan.”


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