The Bulldogs girls golf team is much improved from a year ago and primed to make noise in the postseason.
The girls soccer team is 2-2 after an 8-0 win Friday against Rangely.
The Craig Middle School wrestling team team won three tournaments — in Hayden, Steamboat and Soroco — this season.
Craig Daily Press sports writer Nate Waggenspack on his alma mater's crazy run through the NCAA Tournament.
The Bulldogs were in Grand Junction on Wednesday for the Warrior Wild West Invitational.
The Bulldogs had a two-goal first half en route to a 2-1 win against Vail Mountain on Tuesday.
The Bulldogs shot a 299 team score at Black Canyon Golf Course to finish in third place.
The Bulldogs compete at the Mickey Dunn Invitational in Grand Junction, one of the largest meets on the Western Slope in the early season.
The Bulldogs now have met the 4A state standard in five events this season.
The local chapter held its annual fundraising banquet during the weekend.
A petition to repeal the county ordinance banning the sale or cultivation of recreational marijuana was the topic of conversation.
AJ Stoffle had a big year in the AMSOIL Snocross circuit for the 2013-14 season.
Craig Daily Press sports reporter Nate Waggenspack on the best sporting event of the year.
The Bulldogs hope to make it further in the playoffs this season after making their first postseason last year.
With a 3-1 record the Bulldogs have a chance to push their record to 5-1 in Parachute this weekend.
The Super Tag Hunting License Raffle will give any hunter a chance to hunt moose, elk, black bear and other species in Wyoming.
Several youth from the area came away with top three finishes at a state taekwondo tournament.
The Bulldogs have several athletes positioned well in the state standings early in the track season.
The latest sports news for Craig and Moffat County
The Bulldogs came up short in a 77-71 setback.
MCHS played excellent defense for one game, then gave up a big inning in the next to lose.
The Bulldogs scored the game's last nine points to beat Manitou Springs.
With good athletes sprinting, running distance, throwing and jumping the Moffat County track teams plan on being among the Western Slope's best this year.
A small brush fire broke out Friday afternoon with an electric pole as the suspected cause.
Craig Daily Press sports writer Nate Waggenspack on the awesome play seen on the hardwood all winter in Craig.
Taking on defending league champs Coal Ridge, the Bulldogs came up short.
The Bulldogs feel to fourth-seeded Colorado Academy in their round of eight game, 67-62.
The Bulldogs' quarterfinal matchup at the state tournament will feature two high-octane offenses.
The Buffaloes ended Moffat County's season in a hard-fought regional final game.
The boys basketball team now will play in the state quarterfinals Thursday in Colorado Springs.
The Moffat County boys take on Bishop Machebeuf on Saturday for a shot at the Great 8.
The Bulldogs hit six 3s to beat Middle Park in the regional semifinal Friday.
Craig Daily Press sports writer Nate Waggenspack on this weekend's playoff games.
The Bulldogs return all but one member from last year's team and have added a couple newcomers to the roster.
In the regional semifinal, both teams will try to pressure the ball and create easy points off turnovers.
The 3A boys basketball regional semifinal matchup features two teams who have been putting plenty of points on the scoreboard this season.
The Craig golf course was able to open March 3, the earliest it ever has in Superintendent Tim Boyle's six years.
The Bulldogs will host regional games in Craig next weekend.
Moffat County beat Olathe by three with clutch defense late in the game to guarantee home regional games.
The Bulldogs are missing lots of starters from last year's team but believe they have the capability of being a winning group this year.
The Bulldogs will play Aspen on Saturday for the third time this season to try for the district championship
The MCHS girls basketball team will play for a second straight district championship Saturday in Palisade.
The spring sports season starts too early in the year and overlaps too significantly with winter sports, especially at a school like MCHS.
This 8-year-old is undefeated against racers his age and competes against other riders up to age 15 to pursue his passion.
The group of men are known for their annual play about the happenings of the town but contribute so much more to the area each year.
The club is able to participate in worldwide projects as well as contributing to important services at home.
The Squirt youth game Thursday at Moffat County Ice Arena resulted in a 9-0 defeat for the Cougars.
The Bulldogs picked up a win with defensive pressure and started their playoff run off right.
The girls team is guaranteed a spot in the regional tournament with the win.
Hayden, Soroco and Steamboat each had wrestlers finish in the top five of their brackets at the state wrestling tournament Saturday in Denver.