Moffat County quarterback Bubba Ivers carries the ball during the team's game against Delta Sept. 21 at the Bulldog Proving Grounds. Ivers and the MCHS offense were held in check at Eagle Valley Friday night, and the Bulldogs fell to the Devils, 48-14.
Little Snake River Valley School senior Zachary Filip carries the ball during the 2011 season. The Rattlers have started the season 3-1, and play Hanna/Elk Mountain/Medicine Bow today.
The 1967 Moffat County High School football team went further than any team in the school's history, losing one game in the regular season and then losing in the Colorado state championship game. The team will be honored during homecoming week in the 45th anniversary of its banner season. Back row (from left): Harry Peroulis (manager), Dan Carpenter, Steve Trouth, Marc Dean, Joe Braun, Eugene Miller, Mike Walker, Mike Brinks, Bill Hutton, Steve McKenna, Ron Schaeffer, Darrel Camilletti, Terry Penny. Middle row: Steve Dean Mike McCleery, Steve Schram, Tom Shaffer, Gary Wynkoop, Tom Witham, Drew Balleck, Mike Loyd, Steve Rutherford, Jan Ellsworth, John Raftopoulas. Front row: Fran Counts, Pat Terrill, Jim Abplanalp, Randy Jarrell, Terry Duran, Lonnia Novakovich, Frank Self, Mike Kiser, Dave Brinks, Larry Acre. Not pictured: John Charchalis
Nurse Marie Kettle stands next to a machine she uses in the infusion clinic at The Memorial Hospital at Craig.
Members of the Moffat County Speech and Debate team, from left, senior Rose Howe, sophomore Treann Quick, sophomore Tiffany Lingo, junior Laurie Cotten and senior Matt Balderston, stand in front of a trophy case holding the teams awards from over the years.
Mackenzie Havey had a grand time riding the blue horse Friday while her mom, Candace Havey, was across the hall at a MOPS meeting. MOPS allows moms a chance to gather with other moms for friendship and support. Children are supervised across the hall.
Annie Kawchack, speaks to ladies gathered at the MOPS informational meeting Friday morning. MOPS, mothers of preschoolers, is a group for mothers to come and find friendship and support. Kawchack is starting the group. Another informational meeting will be from 8:30-10 a.m. next Friday at New Creation Church.