Ben Bulkeley graduated from the University of New Hampshire in May 2008. Before coming to the Craig Daily Press, Ben interned at the Portsmouth Herald, in Portsmouth, N.H., and worked at the Eagle Times, in Claremont, N.H.
With less than a minute left in the Moffat County High School varsity football game Friday night, sophomore quarterback Bubba Ivers was calm.
The Moffat County High School varsity football team resumed its season schedule at 7 p.m. today against John F. Kennedy High School at the Bulldog Proving Grounds. The Bulldogs will have their work cut out for them against the former Class 4A and current Class 3A school, head coach Kip Hafey said Thursday.
John F. Kennedy playing MCHS football team Friday
For the first time since Aug. 27, the Moffat County High School varsity football team will be at home when they play the John F. Kennedy Commanders at 7 p.m. Friday. The Bulldogs (0-2 overall, 0-0 in the Western Slope League) are coming off a bye-week.
Team has won all four games it’s played
The Moffat County High School boys varsity soccer team has had early success this season. Already, the Bulldogs have done something no other MCHS boys soccer team has done. Win four games to open a season.
Moffat County High School senior Lauren Roberts knows volleyball is a balancing act. From riding too high or too low, a volleyball team can fall behind and a balance is needed, Roberts said. On Tuesday night, that’s exactly what MCHS varsity volleyball did at home against Hayden High School.
Although the meet may have been smaller, the results were the same for the Moffat County High School cross country team. Running Friday at Grand Junction Central’s Warrior Invitational, the boys team finished first overall with four of its runners placing in the top 10, while the girls finished second, also with four top-10 finishers. “It was a good meet,” head coach Todd Trapp said. “So many kids improved on their times from a year ago.
At Moffat County High School’s volleyball game Saturday at home against Fruita-Monument, it looked like the Wildcats had the Bulldogs wrapped up. Winning two games to none, and holding a 17-8 lead in the third game, the Wildcats looked poised to breeze through Moffat County. The Bulldogs had other plans.
For the second time in a week, the Moffat County High School boys varsity soccer team took on a Grand Junction team and won. Playing Saturday at Loudy-Simpson Park in Craig, the Bulldogs (4-0-0 overall) beat the 5A Grand Junction Tigers (2-1-0 overall), 6-2. The win comes after Tuesday’s 4-3 romp at Grand Junction Central, another Class 5A school.
hat started with a zero-week game has evolved into a number one ranking. The Moffat County High School football team (0-2 overall, 0-0 in the Western Slope League), according to Massey Rankings, started the 2010 season with the hardest schedule in the state.
Although the Moffat County High School girls varsity volleyball team was unable to top Grand Junction on Thursday, head coach Sandy Camilletti said there were positives her team took away from the match.