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APRIL 16, 2015

MHS Baseball 1, Piedra Vista 6

RCHS Softball 19, NACA 3

WHS Softball 9, Zuni 28

WHS Softball 18, Zuni 25

APRIL 17, 2015

WHS Softball 19, Tohatchi 3

WHS Softball 17, Tohatchi 6

APRIL 18, 2015

GHS Baseball 0, Farminton 16

MHS Softball 16, Farmington 5

MHS Softball 18, Farmington 8


This Week in Sports

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APRIL 25, 2015

GHS Baseball @ Aztec, 11

GHS Softball @ Aztec, 11

GHS T & F @ Aztec,

MHS Baseball vs. Farmington, 11

MHS Softball @ Kirtland, 11

MHS T & F @ Bloomfield. 8:30

RCHS T & F @ Hope Christian, 8

WHS Baseball vs. Tohajilee, 11/1

WHS T & F vs. Wingate Shash Invite, 9

APRIL 27, 2015

MHS Golf @ San Juan CC, 9

RCHS Boys Tennis @ Grants, 3

RCHS Girls Tennis vs Grants, 3

APRIL 28, 2015

GHS Softball @ Bloomfield, 4

GHS T & F @ Bloomfield,

MHS Baseball @ Piedra Vista, 4

RCHS Softball @ Newcomb, 3

WHS Softball @ Navajo Prep, 3/5

APRIL 29, 2015

RCHS Softball @ Shiprock NW, 3

APRIL 30, 2015

GHS Baseball @ Farmington, 4

WHS Baseball vs. Shiprock, 3/5

WHS Softball vs...

‘Celebrate the Intensity’

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I love sports! I especially like the high school variety, though I have no aversions to T-Ball, TDFL or GYBL games.

I have discovered over the years that this interest is not always about the quality of play, but rather about the intensity these players utilize on the field, court, or pitch. I know the same intensity is also with them as they build LEGOS, play computer games, or when they study, but those are more private moments, whereas sports is open for everyone to see.

The looks on their faces as they strive to do their best is one that never gets old and has been ageless for centuries. Their particular expression, usually a grimace, seems to light up their face. Even if...

Angelo DiPaolo Memorial Track Meet

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Mickey and Ricky stick together, get skills from athletic family

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The Menapace family has a long history of involvement with athletics in Gallup, starting with the oldest grandson of Rico, the founder of Rico Auto Complex. Howard, their father, coached all three of the boys through their baseball programs in summer leagues.

Oldest son Mickey is the only one to start and finish his early years in school at Cathedral School (now Gallup Catholic), from kindergarten through high school. He played Minor League, Little League and Babe Ruth baseball in the summer months before and during his high school years, and competed in Connie Mack as he aged up. Cathedral did not have a baseball program during his years there.

As a freshman, he was listed as a...

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