Bubba Ivers carries the ball and splits two Battle Mountain defenders during the first half of Friday's game at the Bulldog Proving Grounds. Moffat County won, 48-14.
Michael Samuelson (center, carrying the ball), falls backward for a couple extra yards on a carry in the first half Friday night. Samuelson had two rushing touchdowns in the game.
Seniors from the Moffat County football team stand with their parents and family members before Friday's game in Craig. Moffat County has 16 seniors on the roster this year, and they were honored along with the senior trainers and cheerleaders.
Bubba Ivers unleashes a deep throw during the first half of Friday night's game at the Bulldog Proving Grounds. Ivers threw for two touchdowns and rushed for two more in the game as Moffat County rolled, beating Battle Mountain 48-14.
Moffat County High School principal presented the idea of adding honors and advanced placement classes, which would mean weighted grades, to the Board of Education during their public hearing Thursday. The classes would give students an opportunity to engage in more rigorous curriculum, and in some instances, to earn college credits.
An LED candle sits in the trunk of Carol Romero-Crossman's car. Supporters held the candles as they walked down victory way.
Supporters prepare to walk in honor of domestic violence awareness month.
A group of supporters walks down Victory Way with the banner, "There's No Excuse for Abuse." In support of domestic violence awareness month, the group faced the cold and walked for their cause.
The back of a sweatshirt says, "No Excuse for Abuse." A group of about 20 wore the purple sweaters during a walk from Craig City Park to the Moffat County Courthouse for domestic violence awareness month.
Club 20 member Jeff Comstock, left, discusses the sage grouse issue with Club 20 members including executive director Bonnie Petersen, center, and voting director Ray Beck, during Friday’s club caucus in Moffat County.
Moffat County parents wrote on the vans transporting the cross country team to the state meet Friday morning, before the teams left for the meet in Colorado Springs.
Moffat County parents and students cheer on the cross country team Friday morning at Finley Lane and Victory Way, as the team leaves for the state cross country meet in Colorado Springs.
Moffat County students and parents cheer on the high school cross country team as it leaves for the state meet Friday morning.
Signs at the corner of Finley Lane and Victory Way wish the runners and coaches of the Moffat County cross country team luck at the Colorado High School State Championship Meet. The girls team and boys runner Jarrett Johnson are competing at noon and 10 a.m. Saturday, respectively, at the Norris Penrose Events Center in Colorado Springs.