During Homecoming week, the majority of students and faculty were bursting with school spirit, participating heavily in the activities like dress-up days, a bonfire, pep assembly and homecoming parade. Sports also play a huge role in homecoming and the bulldogs were bursting with blue and white as they took on a fun-packed week where students, parents and faculty found themselves glowing.
At the regional meet in Delta, the girls team took first and the boys took eighth.
The Doak Walker football leagues held their playoffs this week, with the Ravens and Vikings earning championships in the two leagues.
Homecoming is here at Moffat County High School, and the football team hopes to pick up a win to close out the week on a high note.
Fireworks will grace the Moffat County football halftime once again in 2013, with the Moffat County Booster Club to thank for it.
Senior night for the Moffat County volleyball team was looking good but finished with a five-set loss to Rifle.
The Bulldogs couldn't hang with Roaring Fork for the full 80 minutes.
The Bulldogs had several near misses in the home loss to the Skiers.
The MCHS volleyball team does some wacky handshakes to keep everybody entertained.
The Craig Middle School volleyball team heads to Rangely for a district tournament Saturday.
After being delayed by weather for a couple weeks, the Calvary Baptist School got its Bike-a-Thon going this week and had another big year.
The Demons enter the game with a 3-3 record, as Moffat County looks for its second straight win.
The Bulldogs bested Grand Valley at Woodbury Sports Complex on Tuesday.
Bulldogs honor cancer victims in home game
The Bulldogs lost in three sets in a home game Tuesday in Craig.
The organization raised over $40,000 for the future of shooting sports at its annual banquet.
Craig Fire/Rescue unveiled its latest project, the live fire training tower, with a grand opening Saturday. More than 100 residents came to check out what the tower is all about.
The two teams of Bulldogs hosted Steamboat Springs Middle School on Saturday at the CMS football fields, with the seventh-graders coming away with a decisive, 32-0 victory. The eighth-grade team lost for the first time this season, falling 9-6 in overtime to the Sailors.
With 28 straight points, the Bulldogs pulled off a 28-21 win in a tight game played through a blowing snowstorm.
Craig Daily Press sports writer Nate Waggenspack likes seeing athletes compete in the rain and snow.
Snow hit Craig hard Thursday night, tearing into trees that pulled down power lines and caused power outages on the west side of town. Yampa Valley Electric Association reported that since 8 p.m. Thursday, there had been about 1,000 customers who experienced power outages in the region, said Melissa Watson, manager of consumer accounts for YVEA, in a press release. Families and groups of homes scattered from Yampa to Baggs, Wyo., lost power because of heavy snowfall that caused branches and trees to fall on power lines.
Just past the midway point of the season, Moffat County hits the road again for its final nonconference game of the season.
Trent Parrott, 18, brought back a six-by-six bull from Game Management Unit 2 in northwest Moffat County this muzzleloader season after drawing one of the toughest tags to get in the state.
The Yampa Valley Friends of NRA Banquet will begin at 5:30 Saturday at the Boys &, its 18th straight year here.
With regionals and state looming at the end of the month, the teams are making their final push.
In one of the final golf tournaments of the season, everything went the right way.
A defensive miscue cost the Bulldogs a goal in the second half that would prove to be the difference.
Even with its best performance of the season, the Moffat County football team is still searching for its first win.
It's been a trying fall season for Moffat County sports, but they are handling it well.
The Bulldogs lost to the Titans in three sets Thursday night in Craig.
The store opened its doors in 1929 and will close Oct. 12. Business hours have been shortened to 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. until the closure.
Moffat County volleyball loses to Roaring Fork in four sets Tuesday in Craig.
The Leaf Cruncher 5K and 1-Mile Family Fun Run got going at 8 a.m. Saturday at Loudy-Simpson Park with more than 100 participants, according to Friends of Moffat County Education’s registration numbers.
The Moffat County High School boys and girls cross-country teams won their respective races at Loudy-Simpson Park on Saturday.
For the third time in as many weeks, the Bulldogs gave up more than 50 points and could get nothing going on offense. They lost, 53-7, at Delta on Friday and fell to 0-4 this season.
Sports writer Nate Waggenspack writes about the adventure of getting into shape after coming to Craig.
Playing against their closest rivals Thursday, the football teams from Craig Middle School wore out Hayden en route to a 46-24 final score.
After nearly a year, Wyman Museum’s unofficial mascot is back where he belongs, on the museum property.
The competition between golfers from each city takes place Saturday and Sunday.
The Bulldogs battle the Panthers in Delta this Friday.
The boys golf team shot 262 and had no individuals qualify for state Tuesday.
Moffat County has personnel aiding the Front Range and is collecting donations to send to those in need. Rain to taper off in Craig as week continues
The Bulldogs won their first Western Slope League game of the season Saturday.
The Sailors scored three special teams touchdowns in the first half en route to downing the Bulldogs.
The Moffat County rodeo teams have big plans for state and national rodeos in the 2013-14 season.
On Thursday, I had the pleasure of interviewing a man doing something completely insane — but also pretty cool. Noah Coughlan is running across the U.S. and has me inspired.
Noah Coughlan, 29, is undertaking the venture to raise awareness for Batten disease, a rare, genetic brain disease that occurs in two to four of every 100,000 births in the United States.
The Bulldogs and Sailors will renew their rivalry Friday in Craig.
It was another dominant performance in the .22 rifle shooting at the 4-H state competition.
Dylan Correia is back in Northwest Colorado after serving in Afghanistan. His bravery earned him a Purple Heart.
The Bulldogs struggled to find consistency in their home tournament Friday and Saturday.