Sports Briefs for August 15: National attention coming to Thunder Ridge Motorsports Park
Thunder Ridge Motorsports Park will be featured as part of an annual circle track tour this month.
The AMSOIL Great American Circle Track Tour, in which a writer for Circle Track Magazine visits various tracks across the country and writes about them, will be coming to Craig the weekend of Aug. 25.
Thunder Ridge is hosting a late model stock car show that weekend as well.
Track owner Greg Kolbaba anticipates the late model show being one of his bigger events of the summer, making it a major opportunity for the track.
Other racing events at Thunder Ridge are scheduled for Aug. 18, Sept. 8 and Sept. 22.
Races have a 7 p.m. scheduled start time.
MCHS boys soccer team to travel to Front Range for scrimmages
The Moffat County High School boys soccer team will head to Denver to prepare for the season.
The team will go to Scrimmage Days, an event featuring almost 100 teams from Colorado, on Aug. 25.
Teams will play four scrimmages over the course of the day.
While other teams from Northwest Colorado, like Steamboat Springs and Battle Mountain, will participate, MCHS will not play those traditional opponents.
Head coach Rusty Cox requested to play against teams the Bulldogs have never seen before to better prepare his players for the coming season.
MCHS moved from Class 4A to 3A this season, meaning the Bulldogs will play mostly new teams during the regular season.
Cox said he hopes scrimmaging against unfamiliar teams will make his players ready for new foes in the regular season.
YVMC hosting concussion seminar Thursday
Yampa Valley Medical Center will host a class about concussions as part of its “Taking Care of Me” education initiative.
The class, titled “More than just a bump on the head: Youth Sports & Concussions,” will take place at 6 p.m. Thursday at YVMC, 1024 Central Park Dr., in Steamboat Springs.
Doctors and physical therapists will speak at the free program about concussion symptoms, the recovery process, and Colorado concussion legislation.
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To say things were heating up during the two-day stretch in Grand Junction would have been an understatement for the Moffat County High School track and field teams.