FINAL: MCHS boys outlast Eagle Valley, 65-64
MCHS edges Eagle Valley, 65-64.
Dylan Camilletti led the Bulldogs’ scoring attack with 22 points, while Jordan Wilson added a double-double — 19 points and 10 rebounds.
The Bulldogs are now 1-0 in Western Slope League play.
For more on this story, see the Saturday Morning Press.
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At the end of the third quarter, MCHS holds a slim, 50-45 lead over visiting Eagle Valley. Dylan Camilletti drained two 3-pointers on his way to eight points in the quarter.
MCHS leads Eagle at halftime, 34-28.
Bulldogs Jordan Wilson and Dylan Camilletti each have 11 points. The second half is ready to get started.
The Moffat County High School Bulldogs lead Eagle Valley, 12-8, at the end of the first quarter at MCHS. Second quarter action is about to begin.
The Moffat County High School boys varsity basketball team is playing their first Western Slope League game tonight at the MCHS gymnasium, 900 Finley Lane.
The Bulldogs, 2-6 overall, face the Eagle Valley High School Devils, 3-6.
Check http://www.craigdailypress.com during the game for score updates and information.
For full coverage, read the Saturday Morning Press.
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