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Farmington turns up the heat on Gallup

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Lady Bears battle it out with Shiprock

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Miyamura boys, girls run away from pack at MHS Invitational

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The late Angelo DiPaolo honored at meet

The Miyamura boys and girls track and field teams ran away with a slew of victories April 15 at the 3rd annual Miyamura Invitational Track and Field Meet at the Angelo DiPaolo Memorial Stadium.

The Miyamura boys totaled 137 points and the girls held up their side with 84.5 points, edging out Grants which accumulated 83 points. The Grants boys tallied 124 points to come in second place at the meet. The Gallup High boys earned third place bragging rights with 49 points and the Rehoboth girls took third with 77 points, according to meet results.

“It was just a great meet,” Miyamura head coach Petersen Chee said. “The boys and girls teams...

Gallup’s Kiara Whitmore signs with PCC of Kansas

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Kiara Whitmore, a standout softball player at Gallup High School, has announced that she’ll play softball next year for Pratt Community College of Pratt, Kansas.

Whitmore made the announcement April 17 at the Gallup High School gymnasium among a cache of family and coaches at Gallup High. Whitmore, 18, played softball for the Lady Bengals each of her years at Gallup High.

“I’m happy and excited,” Whitmore said. “I’m eager to start classes in Kansas and eager to start playing softball for my new school.”

Whitmore said a memorable moment for her as a starter on the Gallup High softball team was beating cross-town rival Miyamura High School in a double-header game played...

‘Spring’ baseball action

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Photos by Knifewing Segura

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