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Abbreviations used as follows: GHS-Gallup High School, MHS-Miyamura High School, RCHS-Rehoboth Christian High School, WHS-Wingate High School, CC-Cross Country, BS-Boys’ Soccer, CC-Cross Country, FB-Football, GS-Girls’ Soccer, VB-Volleyball.

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Aug.24, Thursday

MHS BS 1, Rehoboth 2

MHS FB 47, Grants 7

MHS VB 3, Shiprock 0

RCHS BS 2, Miyamura 1

WHS VB 0, Grants 3


Aug. 25, Friday

GHS FB 33, Bernalillo 0

MHS GS 1, Rehoboth 0

MHS GS 9, Acad. of Tech and Classics 0


RCHS GS 1, Bloomfield 6

WHS FB 14, Crownpoint 24


Aug. 26, Saturday

GHS BS 0, Belen 7

GHS CC Boys’, 1st place, 48 points; Girls’, 1st place, 29 points.




Aug. 29, Tuesday

GHS GS 9, Navajo Prep 0

RCHS BS 3, Grants 2, 2OT

RCHS GS 1, Grants 10

RCHS VB 3, Thoreau 1

WHS VB 0, Tohatchi 3

Patriots shut out Farmington, 1-0

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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...

B-ball champ signs with Mesa

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Tohatchi High School Senior Cheyenne Begay signs a Letter of Intent to play Women’s Basketball at Mesa Community College. She was a part of the Tohatchi girls basketball team that snagged a state championship title this year. She’s accompanied by her mom Priscilla Bitsoie and Head Coach Tanisha Bitsoi. Photo Credit: John Brooks

Student entries honored at 5th annual Gallup Teen Film Festival

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‘VIDE EN ROSE’ wins awards

The 5th annual Gallup Teen Film Festival capped off a one-day run April 29 at the Children’s Branch of the Octavia Fellin Library with an awards ceremony that recognized the best of the fest.

Anne Price, youth services manager and film festival coordinator at the Children’s Branch, oversaw the event. Price thanked the volunteers, judges, attendees, filmmakers and guests for contributing to the success of the 2017 festival.

“It was great,” Price said. “I think everyone who attended was pleased with the film selection.”

The film entries were Vide En Rose by Angeline Noelle Diongson, An Artist’s Block by Abigail Littlefield, and Some...

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