Craig Sports Briefs for Sept. 26, 2015: BCA pool results — Week 2
BCA Pool League recently began its seventh season at The Popular Bar, 24 W. Victory Way.
After two weeks of action, The Untouchables led by James Barrett top the 9-ball league, while Jay Harris and Out 4 Blood have the edge in 8-ball.
Team Name/Captain — Wins/Losses
The Untouchables/James Barrett — 36/18
We Try Harder/James Merett — 31/23
Ride the 9/Jarrod Burns — 27/27
Bye — 27/27
Poke-n-Hope/Roy Butler — 26/28
Mario Delgado — 24/30
Eric Burley — 23/31
Rock N Sock/Kenny Thompson — 22/32
Team Name/Captain — Points
Out 4 Blood/Jay Harris — 358
Get-R-Done/Roy Butler — 350
Spoilers/Sam DiGrigoli — 315
No Ex-Cue/Kim Griffin — 307
One Eye Bandits/Kenny Thompson — 307
Mario Delgado — 271
Only the 8/Jarrod Burns — 243
The 9-Ball league takes place at 5 p.m. Sundays, consisting of three-person teams with a total of 5 players allowed on teams. The 8-Ball games are at 6 p.m. Mondays, with five-person teams and a total of eight players allowed on teams.
Players must be 21 and over and can qualify for a Las Vegas trip during both nights.
Yearly fees are $20 to play in both leagues and in all other events. Nightly fees are $5 for 9-Ball and $6 for 8-Ball, plus the cost of coins.
Enjoy fall foliage with Friends of Moffat County Education running event
Friends of Moffat County Education will host the final entry in its 2015 running series with Leaf Cruncher 5K and One-Mile Family Fun Run Oct. 3 at Loudy-Simpson Park.
The 5K gets off and running at 8 a.m., and the cost is $20 for those over 18 and free to kids, t-shirts available for all.
Proceeds go to FMCE’s work with local schools, and prizes will be available for the top runners of different ages.
Following the Leaf Cruncher, runners are encouraged to stay and cheer as Moffat County High School and Craig Middle School cross country teams host their home meet.
For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/moffatcountyeducation.
CNCC rodeo hits new heights headed into fall season’s end
The Colorado Northwestern Community College men’s and women’s rodeo teams are not slowing down as they get ready for a break in their season.
Last week’s Rocky Mountain Regional Rodeo saw the CNCC men set a new school record for team points scored in a single rodeo, moving up to a total of 951.
The Spartans’ first place wins included Colton Onyett in bareback and Colby Demo in bull riding, with Demo followed by Rhett Nielsen in second and McCoy Moody in third. Team ropers JD Slagowski & Johnny Pavkov lassoed second place, while in steer wrestling, Pavkov took third and Nielsen fourth. Brody Adams was fourth in tie down roping.
Among the women, Teasha Moody was fourth in goat tying and Shawnie Swedberg was fourth in barrel racing.
At last weekend’s Idaho State University Bengal Roundup, the CNCC gals were headed by Anna Bahe placing fourth in the first round and second in the short round, enough for a first place average, while Rylie Gardner made it to the top 10 of barrel racing.
In bareback, Onyett won the long go, short go, and average. Pavkov wrestled his way to fourth in the long, second short and second in the average. Of the four CNCC roping teams that made it to the short go, Nielsen and Justin White had the best finish with a second place average.
The teams will wrap up their fall season this weekend in Logan, Utah at the Utah State University Rodeo.
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For the first time in 18 months, the Moffat County High School auditorium will fill with music and singing from students, as the school performs MCHS’s musical, “Beauty and the Beast.”