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Wildcats surpass Bengals

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Fall sports wrap-up

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Talking to the coaches who led their teams to the playoffs


David Foley started his first season as Gallup High’s head football coach on a rocky note, finishing the first half of the season 1-4, but the team was able to pick up the second half, going 4-1, and that’s what helped them enter the playoffs.

Their  first playoff game  against Bloomfield ended with a score of 49-0. Foley discussed some of the reasons Bloomfield was able to outplay them.

“They had some big kids up front, we thought we’d be able to handle them better, but they were a really strong team and we didn’t move their defensive front the way we needed to [in...

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...

Cougars thunder past Thunderbirds

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Patriots prevail over Highland Hornets

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