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Top sporting events of 2008

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Moffat County senior Alicia Nelson gives a big smile during interviews with media after winning the Class 4A Colorado State Girls Cross-Country Championship in Fort Collins. Photo by David Pressgrove

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Moffat County's Kelsey Conci competes in the 100-yard backstroke at the 4A state championships in Fort Collins. Kelsey captured a state championship and a gold medal in the 50-yard freestyle. Photo by John Vandelinder

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JT Haddan competes in the shot put during the Clint Wells Invitational at Moffat County High School. Haddan broke the school record in the event, tossing the shot 52 feet 8 inches. The old record was 51-6. Photo by Hans Hallgren

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Moffat County High School senior Chris Winder watches his homerun against Longmont fly over the fence in Arvada. The Bulldogs beat the Trojans, 11-9. Photo by John Vandelinder

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Moffat County's Pablo Salcido runs through the arms of Rifle's Brian Key on the way to the one-yard line during the first quarter. Photo by Hans Hallgren

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Moffat County's Blake Najera shoots a free throw against host Delta. Photo by John Vandelinder

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Moffat County goalie Spencer Wayman makes a save against visiting Durango. Photo by John Vandelinder

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Moffat County High School sophomore Heather Nicholson tees off at the Yampa Valley Golf Course. Nicholson shot an 88 in the girls 4A regional golf championships in Delta, qualifying for the state championships beginning May 19, 2008, in Golden. Photo by John Vandelinder

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Moffat County High School senior Meghan Innes blasts out of a bunker in the Bulldog Invitational at Yampa Valley Golf Course. Photo by John Vandelinder

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MCHS forward Oscar Ramos controls the ball against rival Steamboat Springs. Ramos scored a goal and had an assist in the Bulldogs victory. Photo by John Vandelinder

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Moffat County High School's Desirae Pearcey scores in Friday night's game against visiting Glenwood Springs. The Bulldogs won the game, 65-42. Photo by Hans Hallgren

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