Bulldog Sports for the week of Oct. 20, 2014 | CraigDailyPress.com

Bulldog Sports for the week of Oct. 20, 2014

Moffat County High School junior Ashley Suits barrels down the home stretch of the Bulldogs' cross country home meet Sept. 20 at Loudy-Simpson Park. The boys and girls teams qualified for state during the regional event Friday, with Suits placing seventh in the boys race. The boys team was third overall while the girls won their third straight regional title, led by second-place finisher Emily Womble. The teams will head to Colorado Springs to run Saturday at the state level.
Lauren Blair

Monday

4 p.m. Moffat County High School freshman football at Aspen

4:30 p.m. Moffat County High School freshman volleyball at Basalt

5:30 p.m. Moffat County High School junior varsity volleyball at Basalt

6:30 p.m. Moffat County High School varsity volleyball at Basalt

Tuesday

4:30 p.m. Craig Middle School seventh- and eighth-grade boys basketball at Hayden

Wednesday

None

Thursday

None

Friday

TBD Moffat County High School volleyball at 3A Western Slope League tournament at Central High School in Grand Junction

7 p.m. Moffat County High School varsity football at Roaring Fork High School in Carbondale

Saturday

TBD Moffat County High School volleyball at 3A Western Slope League tournament at Central High School in Grand Junction

9 a.m. Craig Middle School seventh- and eighth-grade boys basketball vs. Soroco at CMS, 915 Yampa Ave.

10:00 a.m. Moffat County High School boys cross country at 3A State Championships at Norris Penrose Event Center in Colorado Springs

Noon Moffat County High School girls cross country at 3A State Championships at Norris Penrose Event Center in Colorado Springs

Sunday

None




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