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GMCS keeps winning

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Gallup High wasn’t the only Gallup-McKinley County Schools representative in the fall sports playoffs.

The Thoreau Hawks football team made it to the second round of the playoffs. They won over the Hope Christian Huskies in the first round on Nov. 5. They won 19-13. But in the second round, they lost  to the St. Michael’s Horsemen with a score of 50-0 on Nov. 12.

The other GMCS football team to make it to the playoffs was the Miyamura Patriots. However, they lost in the first round to the Valley Vikings, with a score of 30-6 on Nov. 5.

In volleyball news, the Ramah Mustangs went on to the second round of playoffs after beating the Springer Red Devils 3-1 in the first round on Nov. 10. They lost both of their second round games against the Legacy Academy Silverbacks on Nov. 10 and the Alamo Navajo Cougars on Nov. 11. They lost both of those games with scores of 3-0.

The Thoreau Hawks volleyball team also made a playoff appearance, although they lost both their playoff games. The first one was against the Cottonwood Classic Prep Coyotes with a score of 3-0 on Nov. 10, and then later that day, they lost to the Ruidoso Warriors with a score of 3-1.

By Molly Ann Howell
Sun Correspondent