Nate Waggenspack is the Craig Daily Press sports reporter. He came to Craig in May 2012 after being born and raised in Kettering, Ohio, in the southwestern part of the state. He attended Alter High School (go Knights) and received a degree in communication from the University of Dayton (go Flyers). While not watching or reporting on sports, he enjoys watching movies, running and craft beer.
The Bulldogs hosted their home track meet Saturday on the Moffat County High School track .
The Bulldogs played tough defense but couldn't put enough runs on the board as their losing streak extended.
The Bulldogs held the Oysters to just one goal after giving up four two days earlier.
CHSAA's legislative council approved an idea to change the enrollment numbers for class 3A, which will send more schools into the division in future seasons.
Craig Daily Press sports writer Nate Waggenspack on runners overcoming last year's tragedy in Boston.
The Oysters gave the Bulldogs all they could handle for 80 minutes but a late goal lifted MCHS to a win.
After last year's bombings at the finish line, the avid runner decided making it to Boston was a must in 2014.
The Bulldogs played their best tournament of the year and are showing improvement at the right time of the season.
The Sailors played complete baseball while the Bulldogs struggled in their double header Tuesday.
The boys team hosted District 51 and Glenwood Springs in Craig on Saturday.