September 25, 2012
Colorado Rocky Mountain School's Vladimir Funes, left, and Moffat County's Erik Silva collide while chasing down a ball during Tuesday's boys soccer game in Carbondale. Funes and the Oysters won, 3-2.
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It’s safe to say that Moffat County’s boys soccer team is now mighty familiar with the roads between Craig to Carbondale. For the second time in four days, the Bulldogs visited Carbondale. On Saturday, they were in town to play Roaring Fork. On Tuesday, it was Colorado Rocky Mountain School. “We ought to just do a doubleheader,” Moffat County coach Rusty Cox joked. Although the Bulldogs again left Carbondale with a loss on Tuesday, the coach saw a spirited effort out of his team in a 3-2 loss to the Oysters. “Much better,” said Cox, whose team suffered a 4-1 loss to Roaring Fork on Saturday. “We just made little mistakes, really. It was a good game. It was a very evenly matched game. They just came out on top. It’s all good. It’s probably one of the better games I’ve seen my boys play.”