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Bubba Ivers carries the ball during Moffat County's home game against Rifle this season. Ivers and the Bulldogs have lost two in a row, but are looking to get back on track with tonight's 7 p.m. homecoming game against Summit County at the Bulldog Proving Grounds.

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Moffat County looks to right the ship in homecoming game

This year’s homecoming football game features an opponent Moffat County has never played in its homecoming week. The Summit County Tigers will come to Craig to take on Moffat County in a non-league clash. The Bulldogs have had their fair share of struggles lately, losing two straight games, but the Tigers have not won since a 21-7 victory over Battle Mountain in their first game of the season. Since then, the season has taken a turn for the worse as the Tigers have lost four straight, and scored just seven points in their last three games combined. But head coach Kip Hafey insisted there is more to Summit than its record.


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