Craig sports briefs for April 3, 2013: Craig pool league week seven standings |

Craig sports briefs for April 3, 2013: Craig pool league week seven standings

Nate Waggenspack

The Billiards Congress of America pool league in Craig, with standings updated through six weeks of play.

Jean’s Angels continue to hold the top spot in the Sunday league, but Just Shooting the Sh— fell from second to fourth in the last week. In the Monday league, the standings at the top remained the same, with the top three teams pulling away from the next two. Team Jarrod pulled into fourth place ahead of Team Kenny.

Sunday league standings

  1. Jean’s Angels, 1,088 points
  2. Poke-n-Hope, 1,062
  3. Rehab’s for Quitters, 1,043
  4. Just Shooting the Sh—, 1,026
  5. The Wonder Balls, 905

Monday league standings

  1. Up Against the Walls, 1,101 points
  2. Kim, 1,066
  3. Get-R-Done, 1,049
  4. Jarrod, 974
  5. Kenny, 967

Matches are played each week on Sundays beginning at 5 p.m. and on Mondays at 6 p.m at the Popular Bar, 24 W. Victory Way. For more information, visit the league website at or call Jolene Walls at 620-0056.

Schedule change for Moffat County girls golf

The Moffat County High School girls golf team originally was scheduled to play at Bookcliff Golf Course in Grand Junction on Monday but missed the tournament due to the school’s spring break.

The team’s next tournament is April 8 at Battlement Mesa Golf Club in Parachute. Grand Valley is the host for that tournament.

The team also was scheduled to play at Gypsum Creek Golf Course in Gypsum the following day, April 9, but will not go to that tournament, either.

The Bulldogs host a home tournament at Yampa Valley Golf Course on April 29, and their regional event is May 7-8 in Aspen.

Final week of registration for youth baseball

Registration closes April 10 for local youth baseball leagues.

Youth leagues for players 8-10, 11-12 and 13-15 are accepting signups. There are also coach pitch (ages 7-8), girls slow-pitch softball and T-ball (ages 5-6) leagues available.

The coach pitch, softball and T-ball leagues will play at Woodbury Sports Complex, 350 Mack Lane, while the older youth leagues will have to travel in addition to games played in Craig.

The seasons are set to begin with practices in late April and games beginning in May. For more information, call Parks and Recreation at 826-2029.

Youth hockey to entertain at Avalanche game

When the Colorado Avalanche host the Columbus Blue Jackets on April 15, they won’t be the only entertainment for Craig residents attending the game.

The Craig Mite hockey team (ages 7-8) will get to skate on the ice and entertain the fans at the Pepsi Center during the second intermission of the game. In addition, Squirt (10 and under) players will sell programs and a youth player will be on the ice during warmups and the national anthem.

The mite team’s season recently concluded at the Moffat County Ice Rink. For more information about youth hockey in Craig, visit

Nate Waggenspack can be reached at 875-1795 or

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