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Game highlights – Gallup Lady Bengals fall to Aztec 56-47

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Photos by Ryan Hudgeons

Duke City Gladiators visit Gallup

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Gallup recently welcomed the Duke City Gladiators, Albuquerque, New Mexico’s first-ever Professional Indoor Football team.

Co-Owner/CFO John Lopez, General Manager/Co-Founder Matt Caward, Director of Media Relations Andres Trujillo, Head Coach Dominic Bramante, Sales Manager Fidal Lopez, and DCG Defensive End player Eric Banford, headed west to Gallup to promote the team with a meet and greet at Sammy C’s Rockin’ Sports Pub & Grille.

Now to those who already know outdoor professional football like the NFL, indoor football is slightly different – the excitement is there, the fans are definitely there, but the field is only 50 yards unlike the original standard 100-yard field...

Lynx beat 3A foe Crownpoint, 68-56

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The Rehoboth Lady Lynx beat the Crownpoint Lady Eagles 68-56 Feb. 2 in a girls basketball game played at Rehoboth Christian School. The game was a District-1 3A game for both teams. Both teams have new coaches with Darrell Kenneth in the top job at Crownpoint and Adrian Pete, the athletic director at Rehoboth, coaching the girls basketball for the first time in two years.

Senior guard Halle Lizer scored 22 points against the Lady Eagles and senior guard Jessica Becenti hit 14 points. The versatile Lizer was able to score on a variety of jump shots and layups.

“That was a good team game,” Rehoboth’s Pete said of the Crownpoint game. “It was a district game, so you always want...

Navajo Pine rolls over Rehoboth

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Koa Louis (13 pts.) too much for Rehoboth

Eighth-grade guard Jordan Louis and senior center Timeka Watchman scored 13 points apiece and the Navajo Pine Lady Warriors rolled over the Rehoboth Christian Lady Lynx 57-34 Feb. 4 in a basketball game played at Rehoboth Christian School.

The game was one of two played Saturday at Rehoboth which was Homecoming weekend for the Lynx. The Lynx don’t have a football team, so homecoming is held during basketball season.

“This was us hustling and getting up and down the floor on offense and defense,” Lady Warriors’ head coach Aretha Mariano said. “We played well on offense and we played very well on defense.”

After falling behind the...

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