Coal Ridge High School swept the Lady Bulldogs Thursday night in 25-10, 25-12 and 25-17 sets, landing MCHS with a 4-11 overall record.
Friday match also Senior Night, pink game
The Bulldogs will host the Coal Ridge Titans in their last home game of the season. Both are part of a four-way tie within the 2A Western Slope North League, along with Aspen and Basalt, that could send any of them to the playoffs.
Team has rainy Thursday, 4-0 loss against Roaring Fork
The Bulldogs came out strong Wednesday against the Rifle Bears to claim a 4-2 win, their first since playing Grand Valley on Sept. 6.
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Coach: Players returning to higher quality
The Bulldogs took on the Olathe Pirates, who plundered their way to a 3-0 win against MCHS.
The Bulldogs had their first league win and their best game yet of the season against the Basalt Longhorns, in a 49-6 slaughter.
The segment of wedding vows that mentions, “till death do us part” isn’t one most at the altar want to make their focus. However, those five words are very important to those who make up the cast list of “Gone Girl.”
Bulldogs to face Olathe in weekend match
After a sweep of Aspen last week, the Lady Bulldogs were on the wrong side of the 3-0 results this time with visiting Grand Valley beating them, 25-12, 25-17 and 25-13.
Now that the Moffat County High School varsity football team is entrenched in the conference portion of its season, the time has come for players to buckle down and get things done on the gridiron. That’s what the Bulldogs hope to accomplish Friday, traveling to Basalt to take on the Longhorns and ideally move up in the rankings of the 2A Western Slope North League.
Final home matches have 22-0, 54-20 Bulldog wins
The seventh- and eighth-grade teams both defeated the Steamboat Springs Sailors in their latest games, but in a different location. The CMS squads took to the field at Moffat County High School for the final home games of the season.
The Bulldogs finished out their Homecoming week with a 2-1 loss to the Oysters of Colorado Rocky Mountain School of Carbondale, putting MCHS at 1-6-1 overall.
The MCHS Bulldogs varsity football team lost, 41-27, in its game against Battle Mountain despite many strengths and a roaring crowd that was standing room only.
Parade, game, Booster Club events, Broncos appearances to round out weekend
The week is coming to a close for Moffat County High School’s Homecoming, but the conclusion looks to be the biggest part of all for everyone involved.
MCHS lost, 3-1, to the visiting Skiers in a match that saw them shuffle their placement of players.
Homecoming game takes place Friday
Last week saw the Moffat County High School varsity football team take a break from regular play, only to launch into the work of practices. They’ve used that time to come back stronger than ever as the important part of their season begins.
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The girls of Moffat County High School took over the gridiron Wednesday as part of the Homecoming week festivities for Powder Puff Football.
To say the Moffat County High School volleyball teams mopped the floor with their latest opponents might be an overstatement. However, all three levels of players still cleaned up nicely. From the freshmen to the varsity squad, the Bulldogs swept the Aspen Skiers Tuesday night in their first home games of the season.
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Area schools offer new snack options
The battle for healthier dietary habits in students is ongoing at schools across America, including those in Northwest Colorado.
Senior shooters bound for national event
Northwest Colorado was well represented in the 2014 4-H State Shooting Sports Contest in Colorado in August and September, testing their abilities with rifles, shotguns and archery equipment.
We all have the urge to play the Good Samaritan for people in times of trouble. Even so, you know what they say about “No Good Deed,” and the movie of the same name isn’t going to inspire you to have faith in that lonesome hitchhiker on the side of the road any more than you did before.
Saturday home meet, increased workouts leading to regionals
The boys and girls cross-country teams of MCHS will host their home meet this weekend at Loudy-Simpson Park, the first and only time they’ll compete in Craig this season.
Golfer shoots 79, finishes 4th in Western region
Mike Bingham will represent MCHS at the 3A State Championships following a fourth place finish at the Western 3A Regional Tournament Tuesday at Durango’s Hillcrest Golf Club.
Bulldogs labor for wins in home tourney against Meeker, Soroco, Rangely
The Craig Middle School volleyball teams hosted their home tournament Saturday in the gyms of CMS and Sandrock Elementary School against visiting Soroco, Rangely and Meeker.
Whether you’ve felt wool only in the lining of your coat or firsthand on the animal that provides the material, there’s something for everyone this weekend at Craig Sheep Wagon Days. The 16th annual event is open to the public Saturday and Sunday at Wyman Living History Museum, giving all who come a glimpse into the many facets of the agriculture industry.
After only two weeks, the Moffat County High School and Craig Middle School rodeo teams are already halfway through the first part of their season, but there’ll be plenty of time for riding, roping and scoring points for both those things in the months to come.
The visiting Gunnison Cowboys walked all over the Bulldogs in a 49-0 game Friday night at MCHS. After claiming its first win of the season last week, the team found itself with a 1-3 record by the end of the evening.
Coach: Team getting into groove on way to regionals
The MCHS varsity golf team saw a busy week in the southeast quadrant of Colorado, playing three straight tournaments from Monday to Wednesday, two in Durango and another in Gunnison, the latter of which was their best meet to date this season.
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Flags, personal recollections pay tribute to 9/11 victims
Like other communities across the nation, people in Craig took some time Thursday to remember 9/11, where they were and how it impacted them as Americans.
It’s not too late to experience one last gasp of summer this weekend, all while taking in the sights and sounds of the cultural elite. The sixth annual Art’n the Park’n Lot will take place this Saturday in the vacant lot near J.W. Snack’s Bar & Grill.
A home game against Grand Valley worked very well for the Bulldogs, as MCHS finished the day 8-0 against the Cardinals.
Changes include new coach, field, JV team
It’s a whole new season for the Moffat County High School boys soccer team in more ways than one, and numerous changes may be just the key to helping them achieve their goals this year.
1st home game of season draws excited crowd
The Moffat County High School varsity football team celebrated its first win of the season, a 27-12 victory against visiting Ridge View Academy, of Watkins, on Friday night at the Bulldog Proving Grounds.
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Summer contest winners announced
Shopping locally has paid off for quite a few Northwest Colorado residents, as well as the businesses they’ve patronized. The Locals Love You More contest sponsored by Craig’s Downtown Business Association during the summer recently announced the winners of a variety of prizes, 44 to be exact. Names were drawn at random Thursday morning from a collection of entries from shoppers.
On Thursday, Moffat County United Way paid tribute to one of its biggest supporters, Scott Cook, presenting the former board member with its Appreciation Award prior to its regular board meeting.
Team also ranks 3rd at Steamboat
MCHS placed third out of nine teams during its Wednesday tournament at Yampa Valley Golf Course, notching its lowest numbers for the season, with a 258 for the day.
The members of the Moffat County High School and Craig Middle School rodeo teams are back in the saddle. The teams recently competed in their first official event of the season, the Cortez High School and Junior High Rodeo, during Labor Day weekend.
Team ties with Grand Junction Central, prepares for Aspen
The first of any of Moffat County High School’s fall sports season to play at home this year was the boys varsity soccer team, hosting the Warriors of Grand Junction Central on Tuesday afternoon, a game that ended up scoreless on both ends.
Craig Middle School’s sports seasons are underway, giving students their earliest taste at school-sponsored athletics during the seventh and eighth grade years, hopefully the first of many they’ll spend as Bulldogs. CMS’s fall sports for this school year include football, volleyball and cross-country.
The players and coaches of MCHS volleyball have set their sights on a winning season, following last year’s series, which left them near the bottom of the 3A Western Slope League rankings.
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The Craig Parks and Recreation tackle football program — named in honor of the late Northwest Colorado resident and Detroit Lions legend Doak Walker — began its fall season this week, as kids in grades three through six took to the fields of Woodbury Sports Complex on Tuesday and Wednesday suited up on teams with the likenesses of the Broncos, Packers, Raiders and other pro franchises, sponsored by local businesses.
Moffat County residents received a look at one of the notorious names of the Old West when author Larry Ball dropped by the Museum of Northwest Colorado on Tuesday afternoon to discuss and sign copies of his book, “Tom Horn: In Life and Legend.”
Event a fundraiser for scholarships
The 75th annual Firefighters’ Ball was well-attended Saturday night at The O.P. Bar and Grill by folks wanting to kick back and enjoy a night of dancing, drinks and good company.
Hume: Cause of blaze uncertain
A fire broke out Saturday afternoon at Unit 302 of Craig’s Cedar Mountain Village. The members of Craig Fire/Rescue received the call shortly after 3:30 p.m., and were quick to respond alongside personnel from Craig Police Department, Moffat County Sheriff’s Office and The Memorial Hospital’s Emergency Medical Services.
The Moffat County High School football team’s season officially has begun, and amid a great deal of changes, players remain ready to do what they love more than anything: Grab the pigskin and do their school proud.
History will come alive in the next few days for Moffat County residents. The Museum of Northwest Colorado will host a book-signing and presentation by Larry Ball, the writer of “Tom Horn: In Life and Legend.”