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RIFLE, Colorado – A Nathan Tomlin interception with 5 seconds left ended Rifle’s bid to knock off Moffat County. The visiting Bulldogs defeated the football Bears 21-16 on Friday.

A 20-yard touchdown run by Pablo Salcido put Moffat up by the final score with two minutes left before the Bears rattled off a long drive and nearly stole a win.

But a long, last-second pass by Joe Burgess to try to finish off the final 30 or so yards of that march sailed into Tomlin’s hands.



Burgess had two TD tosses on the night.

Rifle (0-2 overall, 0-1 in the 3A Western Slope League) heads to Brush next week. Moffat County (2-0, 1-0) hosts Battle Mountain.



CARBONDALE, Colorado – Hayden downed host Roaring Fork 20-3 on Friday.

The Rams (0-2) had three blocked punts – one apiece by Tanner Gianinetti, Felipe Gomez and Jake Hawkins – in the losing effort.

Cesar Farrias led Roaring Fork, which started only two seniors, with 29 rushing yards on seven carries. He also hit a 37-yard field goal to account for the Rams’ only points.

Quarterback Clay Gross, a sophomore, finished with 65 yards on 4-for-17 passing.

Gomez led Roaring Fork with 12 tackles. Jake Strack Loertscher finished with 10 and Farrias had eight.

The Rams host Meeker next week.

PAONIA, Colorado – Grand Valley held on for a 26-21 win at Paonia on Friday.

The Cardinals survived a 21-point second quarter by the host Eagles.

Ryan Gallegos and Eric Glaze had rushing TDs for Grand Valley, now 2-0. Gallegos also had a pair of scoring tosses.

The Cardinals trailed 21-14 at the half, scoring a TD apiece in the third and fourth quarters.

Grand Valley hosts Hayden next week.


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