The Bulldogs took second place at the league meet, while the boys team was sixth.
The Western Area Summer Games were in Craig on Saturday.
Tess Willems and Drake Doherty, both 12, are ready after 4 1/2 years to take a major step in martial arts.
The junior found out after other regions finished play that she would be a part of the state field. She originally thought she came up one stroke short.
Craig Daily Press sports columnist Nate Waggenspack on his mother, Rose, and her role in his sports-crazy life.
The Bulldogs have just two weekends left in the season, beginning Friday at the Western Slope League championships.
The Bulldogs posted their lowest team score of the season, but it wasn't enough to get into the state tournament.
The sophomore now has two records to her name this season for Moffat County track as the Bulldogs prepare for their league meet this weekend.
The girls soccer team finish the year 7-8 after losing to Grand Junction Central on Friday.
The Bulldogs won 15-14 before losing 22-10 in the final regular season games of 2014.
The Bulldogs have two meets left in their season, the regional and state competitions.
Craig Daily Press sports writer Nate Waggenspack on the upcoming Kentucky Derby.
Moffat County is now 7-7 after a 3-2 win against the Saints on Thursday.
Moffat County facilities management is using new techniques to groom the fields
The baseball and softball fields at Loudy-Simpson Park are getting work done this year to properly prepare them for the upcoming summer seasons.
The Bulldogs beat the Panthers after losing at Roaring Fork and will close out the season with two more road games this week.
Josey King had her best round of the year in the girls' home tournament.
The Bulldogs had leads in both games of the doubleheader in New Castle but couldn't hang on to either advantage.
The Bulldogs' home meet was a major success, with several individuals and relays setting their best marks of the year.
Moffat County senior Jazmine Swindler signed with San Diego Christian College, a liberal arts school in California.
Working with the athletes of Moffat County High School is some of sports reporter Nate Waggenspack's favorite work.
The Bulldogs took a 2-0 lead but couldn't hold it against a tough Skiers team.
Matt Ray was head coach of the Bulldogs for four years, making the sweet 16 each season.
Jazmine Swindler and Taft Cleverly were selected as the recipients for outstanding achievement on and off the field.
MCHS hosts its home meet Friday with eight other Western Slope teams attending.
The Bulldogs went to their biggest meet of the season in preparation for state and swam well.
The Bulldogs' offense had its best game in weeks with a 6-0 win over Rifle.
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.
As warm weather returns to Craig, 4-H youths start working more with their old friends and are introduced to new ones.
The Bulldogs scored first once again but couldn't hold off a potent Cardinals attack Friday.
Craig Daily Press sports writer Nate Waggenspack on the Moffat County baseball team's crazy Thursday double header.
The Bulldogs and Cardinals split a pair of lopsided games, 17-3 and 17-2, Thursday in Craig.
Yampa Valley Golf Course has 13 tournaments scheduled so far for the 2014 summer season.
The Bulldogs played at Dinaland Golf Course in Utah on Tuesday.
The sophomore ran her first 400 of the season and broke a 13-year-old record for the Moffat County track team.
The Bulldogs scored first in each half of Tuesday's game but couldn't keep the Cardinals out of their own goal in a 4-2 loss.
Laurel Watson's book on the saloons and brothels that popped up as Northwest Colorado was being settled was a hit at the Museum of Northwest Colorado.
Hathhorn third team All-State
In recognition of their excellent seasons both basketball teams had five players make the all-league teams.
Craig Daily Press sports writer Nate Waggenspack on the start of baseball season, unlike anything else in sports.
With the release of the first wild-card points standings from CHSAA, Moffat County's early-season has been just good enough.
Miki Klimper went 4-0 at the Middle School state meet to capture his first state title.
Moffat County baseball couldn't shut down Gunnison's offense Saturday.