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Miyamura falls to 0-2 after a Sept. 1 loss against ABQ

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Let the football season begin!

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Miyamura loses to Aztec in first contest

Sammy C’s hosts ‘Aggies caravan’ in downtown Gallup

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Aggie fans and City of Gallup officials filled Sammy C’s Rock N’ Sports Pub & Grille as a few of the New Mexico State University’s staff made a presentation to discuss all things to do with the college’s sports May 22.

Sammy Chioda, owner of Sammy C’s, welcomed and introduced the new NMSU Athletic Director Mario Moccia, who also addressed and introduced a few other coaches with the college.

The two-hour event began with a social hour to break the ice, followed by the program.


“The caravan is to take some of the leaders of the athletic department and the goal is to get them around the state of New Mexico,” Nicole Gomez, NMSU event coordinator, said...

Can new Gallup High football coach restore winning?

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Michigan-born Nick Winkler ‘ready to go’

Last season, by all accounts, was a nightmare for Gallup High School football. Although there was a 33-0 home opening win against Bernalillo (3-7, 2-4) in August, the next nine games were a disaster.

The Bengals dropped relatively close games to Thoreau (5-5, 1-2) and Shiprock (8-3, 3-0), but went on a seven-game losing streak in which the team’s offense couldn’t put up points. Each of those games was a blowout loss, with a 54-0 home loss to crosstown 5A rival Miyamura (9-3, 3-2) in October a tell-tale sign for what was to come for Bengals’ fans. Within the losing streak, Gallup (1-9, 0-5) recorded losses by an average of about 49...

Pats lose quarterfinals match to No. 1 Goddard, 7-5

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MHS finishes with No. 8 5A ranking

ALBUQUERQUE – The No. 8 Miyamura Patriots scored two runs in the latter innings, but weren’t able to overcome No. 1 Goddard in a 7-5 lost on May 10 in a 5A state quarterfinals game at St. Pius X High School.

The late Miyamura rally came after the Patriots (15-12, 6-4) exploded for a 3-0 lead in the opening inning. But the early momentum waned.

“We were able to make a run, but came up a little short,” Patriots’ head coach Brian Silva said. “We played a good game, just couldn’t come out on top.”

Miyamura went into the top of the seventh inning with the bases loaded and just one out against Rockets senior relief pitcher Ty Hardwick...

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