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.
Tourney sees smaller turnout in 47th year
Keith Humerickhouse clinched another Cottonwood Classic title Sunday afternoon. The golfer from Eagle — who has won the three-day tournament at Yampa Valley Golf Course event on multiple occasions — followed up an even-par 72 on Friday with a 70 on Saturday, during the 47th playing of the Cottonwood.
Craig Daily Press sports writer Nate Waggenspack on his two years in the community.
Alicia Nelson of the MCHS class of 2009 will compete for a national championship Saturday in the USA Track and Field Outdoor Championships.
The breakfast and lunch restaurant on Yampa Avenue has become a popular morning location for Craig patrons.
The lake northeast of Craig, along with surrounding trails and campgrounds, is the best Recreation Area in Moffat County for 2014.
The owner of Warrior Princess Training, Jessie Cramer was voted Best Personal Trainer in Moffat County.
Casey Madsen and Robby McKinney are racing Volkswagen Beetles in stock car races at the Hayden Speedway this summer.
The 54-hole tournament begins Friday at YVGC, with 112 players entered this year.
The youth swimming team continued to swim well on Sunday at its home meet.
The youth swimming team had many members qualify for the state meet at the end of the summer.