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Gallup paws the visiting Bernalillo Spartans, wins 33-0

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GALLUP – The Gallup Bengals kicked off their season opener against the visiting Bernalillo Spartans with a towering 33-0 victory in action play Friday night at the Angelo DiPaolo Memorial Stadium Aug. 25.

The Bengals and Spartans had a slow first quarter with offensive and defensive inaccuracies. It took both sides...

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Gallup High had a pretty good week in sports, dominating Bernalillo in football and winning both ends of the cross country meet in Tohatchi. Soccer was a win/lose proposition though as the boys took on district foe Belen while the girls had the easier route over a much smaller school, Navajo Prep.

Boys’ Soccer

Belen shut out the Bengal boys’ last Saturday by a score of 7-0. The slightly larger school just played harder and smarter than Gallup on the pitch, but it is early in the season.

Cross Country

Senior Jessica Ramirez came out strong in the first meet of the year on the Tohatchi course tagged as Hamburger Hill. Ramirez finished first in 21:13 and her teammates placed in...

Miyamura Sports

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Boys’ Soccer

The boys came out on the short end against the neighboring Rehoboth Lynx, 2-1,  on Aug. 24 but there is plenty of season left to provide more exciting games like this one.

Cross Country

The boys’ and girls’ cross country teams will open their season today, Sept. 1, at the Rehoboth Invite. The races start at 3 pm.

Football

Thursday night lights did not bother the Patriot football team on Aug. 24 as the purple-clad home team ran over, under, and around the visiting Grants’ Pirates 47-7.

Except for the single play that cost Gallup a touchdown, the Bengal boys’ used QB Matt Chavez and Receiver/Defensive Back Brandon Vidal well. Chavez presented many problems...

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Cross Country

The Bears open cross country season this Saturday, Sept. 2, at the Soaring Hawks Invitational in Thoreau. Best of luck to all participants!

Football

The long drive to Crownpoint must have worn the Bears down as the host Eagles defeated them 24-14. It’s very early in the season and there is plenty of time to get re-invigorated by the time the Bears hosted Santa Fe Indian School yesterday.

Volleyball

It was a dismal start for the Lady Bears as they lost every match this last week. Grants shut them out first on Aug. 24, then Rehoboth on Saturday, and Tohatchi followed suit on Tuesday. Somewhere there is a bright light in these losses as coach Karen Malone is never one...

Patriots shut out Farmington, 1-0

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MHS BEATS Alamogordo THURSDAY

UPDATE: The Miyamura Patriots beat No. 1 seed Alamogordo May 11 at St. Pius X. They won 2-1 and  advance to the semi-finals, taking them one step closer to the state championship.

The Miyamura Patriots beat the Farmington Scorpions 1-0 in a third and decisive game May 6 to advance to the second round of the 5A state baseball playoffs.

The No. 8 Patriots advanced to play No. 1 Alamogordo (23-5) May 11 at St. Pius X near Rio Rancho. The Tigers have won eleven straight games and beat Bloomfield (11-17) last week to get to the second round game. The last loss by the Tigers was 7-3 against Santa Teresa.

Played before a capacity crowd at Miyamura High...

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