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Dec. 28, Monday

GHS GBB @ Dumas, TX – Scores Not Reported

MHS BBB 50 vs. L.V. Robertson 66 @ Stu Clark Tournament

Dec. 29, Tuesday

GHS GBB @ Clovis Invite - Scores Not Reported

MHS BBB @ Stu Clark Tournament – Scores Not Reported

MHS GBB vs Loving @ Goddard Holiday Tournament - Scores Not Reported

WHS BBB vs...

Sports Schedule

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Jan. 2, Saturday

GHS BBB @ Bernalillo, 7

GHS GBBvs, Cleveland, 7

GHS WRST @  Miyamura, 8 am

MHS WRST Duals, 8 am

ToHS GBB @ Monument Valley, 4:45

WHS BBB @ Pojoaque Valley, 2

WHS GBB @ St. Michael, AZ, 2

Jan. 5, Tuesday

GHS GBB @ Los Lunas, 7

MHS BBB @ Newcomb, 4

MHS GBB @ Moriarty, 7

RCHS GBB vs. Navajo Pine, 5

ToHS BBB @ Dulce, 6:30

Jan. 7, Thursday

GHS BBB vs. Tohatchi, 7:30 (Bengal Invite)

MHS BBB vs. Valencia, 7

MHS GBB @ Wingate, 7

RCHS GBB @ Sandia Prep Tournament, TBA

ToHS BBB @ Gallup - Bengal Invite, 7:30

ToHS GBB @ Striking Eagle Invite, TBA

WHS BBB @ Striking Eagle Invite, TBA

WHS GBB vs, Miyamura, 7

Jan. 8, Friday

GHS BBB vs. TBD, 7:30 (Bengal...

Biggest Tournament, Others Eat Crow

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Nothing better in any season than watching a tournament. In this area basketball is King, of course, and the biggest tournament belongs to Wingate High School and their three-week, 32-team Holiday Classic.

This tournament starts off the week before Winter Break with a varsity girls’ bracket, then goes to varsity boys’ the next weekend. Following those two are two-day junior varsity tournaments, one for each gender.

This current edition started in 1998 as a JV tournament for girls and boys, but added varsity boys in 2002 and varsity girls in 2012. To my knowledge, it is the largest basketball tournament in the state if all divisions are counted.

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Snapshots of New Mexico Bowl 2015

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UNM Lobo’s played with heart, but in the end the Arizona Wildcats prevailed 45-37 during the New Mexico Bowl in Albuquerque Dec. 19. Photos courtesy of RAH Photography.

Make a Choice: Freedom or Security

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Both words in the headline are used a lot these days. The problem is that few can really define either.

I have heard the phrase, “I’m free to do what I want,” that it sometimes makes me physically nauseous. The same goes for, “I’ll defend myself, my family, and my country to the last bullet.”

The two words do not fit well together, indeed they seem on opposite ends of the spectrum; almost oxymoronic in nature, with the emphasis on the last seven letters.

Both are responsibilities, though, just in different ways.

It was explained to me years ago that my freedom ended where another’s nose began. If you are having problems with this concept, turn off the TV and the...

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