The MCHS girls swimming team shaved more time from many events in two meets over the weekend.
The Bulldogs are now 2-1 this season, with league play beginning next week.
Craig Daily Press sports reporter Nate Waggenspack on the Moffat County boys basketball team's season-opening loss.
The city councilman will be leaving for South Dakota after finishing up work in Craig Dec. 20.
The Bulldogs midget hockey team is 0-1 so far this season in the CAHA, and its season against Colorado competition begins in earnest now.
Golden took a big lead in the first half before beating Moffat County, 78-69.
Les Shirkey extended his record for perfect games at the Craig bowling alley.
The Bulldogs will take on 3-0 Golden High School for their first game of the year.
The local soccer enthusiast has had a major presence in the skiing and soccer communities of the Yampa Valley for years.
The coming week in sports for Craig and Moffat County.
The Flint Personnel manager has been giving back to the community for several years with the family business.
The Bulldogs went 2-3 in five matches at the Mesa Duals in Grand Junction.
The MCHS girls team took on three Utah high schools in Vernal over the weekend, emerging with a 2-1 record.
The Bulldogs had nearly every swimmer improve in their first meet at Glenwood Springs.
The boys basketball team wants to win the Western Slope League this season, and advance past the regionals where it was beaten last year.
Craig Daily Press sports reporter Nate Waggenspack on why to support the Moffat County swimmers.
Craig Middle School participated in the Patriot's Pen essay contest through Veterans of Foreign Wars.
CHSAA's realignment will have MCHS against five other Western Slope schools in 2A football the next two years.
According to Colorado Parks and Wildlife information-gathering, the large migrations of elk in far Northwest Colorado didn't come early enough to make the big-game hunting easy on everyone.
The annual parade had a wide variety of entries lighting up the streets after dark in 2013.
The Bulldogs played 10 periods of basketball against the Bears and Sailors on Saturday in Craig.
The best ways to keep yourself healthy and on the field, according to Craig's physical therapy experts.
The Bulldogs enter the 2013-14 season as defending WSL champs and regional finalists.
Craig Daily Press sports columnist Nate Waggenspack on the fun rivalries renewed during the holidays.
Moffat County football will play in the Western Slope League or the Northwest League in 2014.
The Early Childhood Council coordinator will stay in Craig, working for the Middle Park Medical Center.
A young man is being sought by the police after fleeing from a traffic stop Wednesday in Craig.
The Holiday Inn of Craig was sold to new owners — a transaction that was finalized Tuesday. New York-based Jacobs Real Estate Advisors bought the 159-room hotel for roughly $3.1 million under a newly formed company called Jacobs 300 Colorado LLC.
Former Hayden and Moffat County athlete Chris Zirkle raced at the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics nationals in cross-country during the weekend.
The Bad Dogs Youth Wrestling team hosted a tournament at Craig Middle School on Saturday, and more than 100 wrestlers competed in the early-season event.
The women's hockey team from Craig has played six games this season.
The Bulldogs have 14 members on the girls swimming team this season.
Craig Daily Press sports reporter Nate Waggenspack looks forward to the stories he sees playing out with the MCHS sports teams.
The Bad Dogs Youth Wrestling team's 2013-14 season is underway.
The seventh and eighth grade boys teams from the middle schools squared off Tuesday, with the eighth grade game entering double overtime.
Lexie Gonzalez and Trenci Towner spend time behind the scenes as sports trainers.
The Cougars and Sailors Bantam hockey teams battled, with Craig coming away a 3-2 winner.
The seventh- and eighth-grade teams picked up wins against the Panthers in Craig on Saturday.
The Bulldogs field a bigger team this year, with lots of new, young wrestlers.
With coaching changes and rumors swirling, keep the athletes in mind this wrestling season.
The winter sports teams are underway, with seasons about a month away.
Changes across the WSL in next athletic cycle
Moffat County will remain in the 3A Western Slope League in most sports in the next CHSAA athletic cycle, beginning in fall 2014. The football classification settings are still to be determined.
The Yampa Valley Golf Association Board of Directors held its annual meeting Tuesday.
Colorado Northwest Community College's Taste of Education offered a variety of classes for free to all willing students.
For most of the game, the Craig Bulldogs hockey team played top-notch hockey. It didn’t close out the final 10 minutes, however, and came away with a 4-4 tie in its second game of the season.
Hundreds turned out at the Moffat County Ice Arena on Saturday to help raise money.
The Moffat County cheer team kicks off the Craig Daily Press winter sports preview coverage.
Janet Sheridan's book A Seasoned Life Lived in Small Towns is out now.
The Craig Middle School - Little Snake River Valley School game was a reminder of how great a close game can be.
The Bulldogs tied the game late in the fourth quarter, but fell 30-29 in overtime.