Timing is everything, and though a lightning delay hit the state track and field championships Friday afternoon, the Moffat County High School girls 4x200-meter relay was well ahead of the storm and ahead of everyone else on the track.
LAKEWOOD — Moffat County High School's top-tier athletes of the track and field program went into the biggest competition of the season Thursday with the beginning of the 3A CHSAA State Championships.
With 18 qualifying entries across 16 events and 16 total athletes, Moffat County High School track and field will send a swarm of their top competitors to the 3A CHSAA State Championships.
If there's one regret the members of the Moffat County High School boys swim team has, it's that the season isn't one week longer.
The final stretch is in sight for Moffat County High School track and field, and Bulldogs had one final challenge before the last weekend of operation this spring.
The final run before the biggest event of the year saw Moffat County High School track and field athletes trimming down running times, perfecting their jumping and throwing motions, and otherwise getting prepped for their last stand.
After one big week, Moffat County High School baseball is getting started on another to keep the schedule going.
Downtown Business Association brought an old favorite to a new location Saturday in downtown Craig.
Moffat County Ice Arena proved a cool place to be for community members during Saturday's Home and Garden Show hosted by Craig Press and Rocky Mountain Machinery.
The final week of Moffat County High School girls soccer may have started in a rocky manner, but the last outing was about all Bulldogs wanted it to be.
Playoff potential: Moffat County baseball sees 6 wins in one week, capped off by Saturday sweep of Aspen
MCHS ended the weekend with a home sweep of Aspen in a doubleheader.
Whether expressing joy, sorrow or everything else in between, the 12th annual spring recital for Just Dance was full of emotion.
Practice makes perfect, and the members of Bella Vocé Show Chorus are working toward the best they can be in spite of all obstacles.
Another week, another bundle of wins for the Moffat County High School track and field teams, with the added benefit Friday of doing so in front of a home crowd.
With players finding themselves in new parts of the field Saturday afternoon, the Moffat County High School soccer team had more than a few difficulties against its latest opponents, though if there was one takeaway for their coach it was the benefit of Bulldogs getting new perspectives.
The 26,000 plastic eggs that blanketed the lawn of New Creation Church of Craig didn't last long, but the quick clean-up of the holiday goodies only showed the level of excitement present Saturday morning.
Like a roster full of Bruce Banners, you wouldn’t like the Moffat County High School girls soccer team when they’re angry. The key, however, is finding the catalyst to get them to hulk out at...
One inning can define an entire game of baseball, and though Moffat County High School was on both sides of that truth Saturday, the Bulldogs' first conference matchup ultimately went their way.
Classic constellations and telescopes were nowhere to be seen Saturday at Moffat County Fairgrounds Pavilion, yet the indoor re-creation of the nighttime sky proved to be just the right décor.
Droves of Craig kids bundled in coats brought brightly colored Easter baskets to fill during the Third Annual Justin Stokes State Farm Easter Egg hunt held at a snowy City Park on Saturday morning.