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Official: Crownpoint AD job ‘open’

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The most recent athletic director at Crownpoint High School isn’t working in the job anymore, and the school’s principal is now acting AD – at least until a new director comes aboard, officials said.

That was the word Feb. 17 from Crownpoint High Principal Ophelia Sanchez who is a career Gallup- McKinley County...

Big cats square off at Gallup High

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Perspective … Coach’s Korner: Sheep Don’t Walk Backwards, Intro

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When Anita first told me sheep don’t walk backwards I laughed until I nearly cried. Perhaps it was the calm, expressionless way she said it, but it was still one of the funniest things I had ever heard. Weeks later, it’s still laugh out loud funny. However, as I gradually toned down my laughter (though still chuckling) I could see that Anita appeared to be serious.  She told me this was a story her mother, who had owned sheep told her long ago.  Was it true or was she pulling the wool over my eyes? I wanted it to be true, but while listening to her I accepted that I knew absolutely nothing about sheep apart from their genetic origin.  As a researcher I knew something was there...

Ex-Cardinals QB Jake Plummer speaks at Gallup Rotary event

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‘An underrated superstar’

In Jake Plummer’s playing days, you just didn’t drop a pass during practice. Of course, it was Plummer’s job to make sure that balls were thrown accurately and with precision.

Jason Steven “Jake the Snake” Plummer played quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals, the Denver Broncos and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a career that spanned from 1997 to 2007. A Boise, Idaho, native, Plummer played collegiately at Arizona State University where, during his senior season, he led the Sun Devils to an undefeated regular season, a PAC-10 championship, and the Rose Bowl where the team lost to Ohio State 20-17.

Plummer was the guest speaker Feb. 10 at a...

Perspective ... The Coach’s Korner: Training Thinking

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Innovation does not always mean something has to be new. Innovation can be as simple as providing another way to look at something already in existence.

In a recent training session with one of the bull riders I train I mentioned the need for greater sensitivity during the ride. I could tell he didn’t know where I was going with this idea of being more sensitive and as we looked at each other for a brief second we both chuckled as “the penny dropped” and I realized that the bull rider and I were thinking about two different things. For the bull rider he had initially equated sensitivity with femininity or being female, but I was talking about the quality of kinesthesia, which is...

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