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 owner of Warrior Princess Training, Jessie Cramer was voted Best Personal Trainer in Moffat County.
The lake northeast of Craig, along with surrounding trails and campgrounds, is the best Recreation Area in Moffat County for 2014.
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.
The garage of Ron and Audrey Danner was lost in a fire while they were out of town Friday night.
The annual tournament brought out 100 golfers Friday at YVGC.
Craig Daily Press sports writer Nate Waggenspack on some of the cool things that don't make it on television in the sporting world each year.
The Push America Journey for Hope cycling team riding a northern rout from San Francisco to Washington, D.C. stopped in Craig Thursday.
The youth swimming team's annual ABC Open will include 10 teams this year.
The PGA Sports Academy is an eight-week youth golf program at YVGC this summer.
Warrior Princess Training is now in a location with more space at the Centennial Mall.
Weekend to offer live music, vendors, contest results
With one day of competition under their belts, the carvers of this year’s Whittle the Wood Rendezvous started anew Thursday morning at Loudy-Simpson Park.
Moffat County High School is hosting the Progressive Basketball Academy for three days, with the camp focusing on development of fundamentals.
The 15th annual carving competition is underway at Loudy-Simpson Park.
Kasen and Kinlie Brennise have won a combined eight state titles in junior high rodeo and five little britches championships in their young careers.
The Colorado State Taxidermy Championships and Show were at the Moffat County Pavilion Saturday.
The adult softball leagues attract a wide variety of people and teams each summer.
Craig Daily Press sports writer Nate Waggenspack on the World Cup, an event no sports fan should miss.
With CHSAA's 2014-16 cycle coming up, Moffat County football is moving down, while others will see new opponents moving into their divisions.
In two weeks, the Bulldogs will go to team camp in Wyoming, where they will put their offense and defense to the test.
Alicia Nelson won two national championships at the Division II Track and Field National Championships, giving her nine for her career.
The youth swimming team has its first meet of the summer this weekend.
To Moffat County senior Allie Ehlers, playing sports always has been the obvious choice. “I’ve played soccer since kindergarten,” she said. “I’ve always had to be doing something. Sitting at home sounds boring.”
The improvement of returning track athletes and the arrival of other talented teammates made the Bulldogs one of the most dangerous sprinting teams in Class 3A this year.
Faced with changing circumstances all year, Joe Camilletti just kept competing, and that’s why he’s the Moffat County High School male athlete of the year.
The Colorado State High School and Junior High Rodeo Championships wrap-up from the weekend.
PRCA hosted a rodeo camp for the Wild West Weekend
The Y.E.S. program has helped students from a wide variety of backgrounds and needs to earn their diplomas.
Grand Olde West Days, the Wild West Weekend and the Colorado State High School Rodeo make this Memorial Day weekend a busy one.
The Colorado State High School and Junior High Rodeos began at the Moffat County Fairgrounds Thursday.
Craig Daily Press sports writer Nate Waggenspack on the 2013-14 sports seasons, a year of coverage he loved from start to finish.
The girls soccer and baseball teams had five athletes named to the 3A All Western Slope League teams.
Elementary students and teachers were excited for summer on the final day of school.
The club held its annual scholarship dinner Wednesday at Loudy-Simpson.
Katelyn Peroulis played 36 holes Monday and Tuesday in Colorado Springs.
The Bulldogs took ninth and 15th in their two events on the final day of the state swimming meet.
Kayla Pinnt won two state championships for the Bulldogs and helped another relay to a runner-up finish on the final day of the state track meet.
Another good day in Lakewood for the Moffat County track team.
The Bulldogs swam their fastest times of the season in all four events Friday.
Each of the Bulldogs ran well in their state track meet debuts Thursday.
The boys swimming team is competing in two relay events and has two individuals swimming at the state meet, as well.
The Big Blue Football Camp was Tuesday, with over 70 boys from kindergarten through fifth grade.
Moffat County track athletes will compete in 16 events beginning Thursday at the state track meet.
The Bureau of Land Management educated locals with a tour of the popular recreation destination.