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Socorro AD Rottman resigns - El Defensor Chieftain


Socorro AD Rottman resigns
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Rottman was previously Cobre's coach from 2011–14, and began his career as a wrestling coach back in the mid-1990s while still playing football at Western New Mexico University. During the off-season he'd coach the Indians, who have a long and rich ...

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A bioblitz, Hurricane Andrew and a new football team - taosnews


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A bioblitz, Hurricane Andrew and a new football team
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A bioblitz, Hurricane Andrew and a new football team. Hurricane Andrew gets ... She asked a coalition of groups - the Taos Land Trust, the Frank Waters Foundation and the chapter in Taos of the New Mexico Native Plant Society - for help in conducting a ...

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Big Bend will honor All-Sports Hall of Fame inductees on Saturday - Columbia Basin Herald


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Big Bend will honor All-Sports Hall of Fame inductees on Saturday
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Graves, a 6-foot-6 all-state guard, actually played for Poth at Dixie (Utah) High School before moving on to Rick's College (BYU-Idaho) and eventually the University of New Mexico. His coaching career (1989-92) started with the Vikings. Graves (1992-96 ...

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Former Alice coach LG Henderson being added to Hall of Honor - Alice Echo News-Journal


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Former Alice coach LG Henderson being added to Hall of Honor
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Some of the Alice Coyote football teams from the 1970s represent the Golden Era of Coyote football, and the man at the helm of the program at the time was Lenard G. Henderson, better known as coach L.G. Henderson. Between 1974 to 1979, Henderson ...

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Bands step up to help Williamstown High School drumline - Parkersburg News

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Bands step up to help Williamstown High School drumline
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Currently the director of entertainment and music technology at New Mexico Junior College, he said playing the Band-Aid concert is his way of giving back. “If they're (students) not given the chance to pursue what they love or even know if they like it ...

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NMAA trims number of football playoff qualifiers

KRQE NM Sports Feed - September 20, 2017 - 10:19pm

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The New Mexico Activities Association Board of Directors voted on Wednesday to cut the number of playoff qualifiers in high school football from 12 to 10.

The change will go into effect in 2018 and will be for eight-man all the way to Class 6A football. The number of playoff qualifiers for six-man football will be four.

The board cut the number of qualifiers for baseball and basketball back in June from 16 to 12. The peel back of qualifiers in football was done to keep pace with the changes in the other sports.


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Top seeds fall in singles play at Coleman Vision Tennis Tournament

KRQE NM Sports Feed - September 20, 2017 - 9:57pm

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Call it “Wacky Wednesday” because nothing went as scripted at the Coleman Vision Tennis Tournament.

Second seed Sofia Kenin, who had a decent showing against Maria Sharapova in the U.S. Open, was a victim of a string of upsets in singles play Wednesday at Tanoan Country Club.

Emina Bektas dropped Kenin 6-4, 7-6(5). The win advanced the former University of Michigan tennis player to the round of 16.

The biggest shock of the day would follow that match. Maria Sanchez got into the field on a wild card and made the most of it. It didn’t matter that she faced the number one seed in Viktorija Golubic.

Sanchez handled her business and took Golubic out 3-6, 6-4, 7-6(9). The match lasted two hours and 48 minutes and ended in near darkness. Sanchez is now on to the round of 16.

In all, the number 2, 3, 4, 7 and 1 seeds suffered defeat on Wacky Wednesday.

 


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NMAA reduces number of football playoff qualifiers to 10 | KOB 4 - KOB 4

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- The New Mexico Activities Association board of directors voted to change the number of high school football teams that make the ...
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Young players contributing for New Mexico State - Las Cruces Sun-News

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Young players contributing for New Mexico State
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LAS CRUCES — The New Mexico State volleyball team returned 12 players from last season's 24-7 team, including preseason Western Athletic Conference first-teamers Jordan Abalos, Brianna Ainsworth, Ari Sierra, and Sasha-Lee Thomas. The Aggies were ...

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Mayhew headed to USGA Women's Team Championships - Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal

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Mayhew headed to USGA Women's Team Championships
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Mayhew has been selected to play for the Mississippi Team in the USGA Women's Team Championships in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sept. 26-28 at ... Her father and high school coach, Mike Mayhew, said she deserves this because of her effort and hard work.

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UNM Hall of Honor will induct a class of six

KRQE NM Sports Feed - September 20, 2017 - 8:23am

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.(KRQE)- The University of New Mexico Hall of Honor will induct six individuals in November.

The 1997 first round pick of the Miami Heat, Wayne Gares will be joined by former women’s basketball point guard Mandi Moore Stovall. A pair of golfers Tim Herron and Jodi Ewart Shadoff and former track and field star Richard Howard will also be added. All-time men’s basketball leading scorer Charles Smith is also being inducted.

In addition, Sue Jollenten, who is known for her with the tennis community will be awarded the 2017 Distinguished Service Award.

The event will be held at the Crowne Plaza Albuquerque November 3 at 6 p.m.

 

 


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Love for golf carries on through memorial fund - Crawford county avalanche

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Love for golf carries on through memorial fund
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Potter, the Grayling High School boys golf coach, was killed in a vehicle crash on April 29, 2013. Louis Menard, a Grayling High school senior, also died from injuries ... Rob Lawe, another childhood friend of Jason's on the board of directors ...

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Jackson tops Kamiak 3-1 in Wesco 4A girls soccer clash - The Daily Herald

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Jackson tops Kamiak 3-1 in Wesco 4A girls soccer clash
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Jackson freshman Gabi Franco netted the go-ahead goal in the 70th minute and Katie Cheng added another score just moments later, lifting the Timberwolves to a 3-1 win over their rivals in a rain-soaked Wesco 4A clash at Kamiak High School between two ...

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Coaches' winding roads intersect - Arkansas Online

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Coaches' winding roads intersect
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SMU Coach Chad Morris (right) contacted Arkansas State Coach Blake Anderson for guidance in 2014, as Anderson was completing his first season at ASU and just after Morris had accepted his first collegiate head coach position with the Mustangs.

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Lobos will stick with 3rd-string QB in Tulsa - Santa Fe New Mexican

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Lobos will stick with 3rd-string QB in Tulsa
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New Mexico quarterback Coltin Gerhart is sacked by Boise State cornerback DeAndre Pierce during Thursday's game in Boise, Idaho. Gerhart will start as quarterback in Saturday's game against Tulsa, as starter Lamar Jordan and backup Tevaka Tuioti are ...

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UA Football: Bielema says LB Greenlaw has room to grow - Times Record

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UA Football: Bielema says LB Greenlaw has room to grow
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FAYETTEVILLE — Linebacker Dre Greenlaw making 17 tackles appeared to be one silver lining to Arkansas' 28-7 loss to TCU. No, not really, Arkansas Coach Bret Bielema and defensive coordinator Paul Rhoads implied. The junior weakside linebacker from ...
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Gerhart will get his first start as Lobo quarterback at Tulsa

KRQE NM Sports Feed - September 19, 2017 - 11:18pm

ALBUQUERQUE, NM. (KRQE) – When he came as a transfer from Arizona State junior quarterback Coltin Gerhart didn’t really know he would be under center for the University of New Mexico Lobos. “You know I came here as a running back so I didn’t think I would start at quarterback for this week,” said Gerhart. “I didn’t expect that whatsoever, but it’s a blessing and I am just going to take advantage of the opportunity.”

Don’t expect to see a nervous player when Gerhart gets his first start at Tulsa Saturday. “I feel like I’ve prepared as the starter or mentally tried to prepare as the starter the whole time and I feel like that is going to help me in this game and so on.” Gerhart, a former high school quarterback, took his first snaps when starter Lamar Jordan was knocked out of a game in a loss at Boise State last Thursday.

Gerhart even had a touchdown pass towards the end of the game. “I started feeling more comfortable once I got that first pass under my belt,” said Gerhart. “Things started rolling and it started feeling normal again.” Lobos head coach Bob Davie liked the cool demeanor of his third string quarterback and is hopeful Gerhart can do a good job. “He is just a straight line, doesn’t show his emotion and he plays that way,” said Davie. “You know when he went in that game you didn’t feel the least bit rattled having him in there. We feel really good about what we can do with him because of his personality and because of his skill set.” The Lobos and Tulsa have an 11:30 am start time Saturday. The game will be broadcast on ESPN 3.


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Cowboys lineman Byron Bell in Van Tate’s Sports Office

KRQE NM Sports Feed - September 19, 2017 - 9:34pm

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman Byron Bell is living his NFL dream and playing in his home state. The former University of New Mexico Lobos lineman came back from a serious ankle injury to keep his career going.

Bell suffered the injury as a member of the Tennessee Titans two season ago.

“You know some of my teammates, even in Tennessee, they helped me out a lot and just helped keep my mental game strong,” said Bell. “You know, just tried to put the injury behind me, because it’s the NFL and you are going to get hurt its football.”

Bell signed a one year deal with the Cowboys back in March. His career started as an un-drafted free agent who signed with the Carolina Panthers in 2011. Since becoming a member of the Cowboys, Bell has done his best to stay in lean physical condition. That is how the Cowboys like their linemen.

Bell is disciplined about his diet and has a sense of humor about his go-to cheat meal.

“Grilled chicken and salad, that would be the healthy meal,” said Bell. “If I want to go hard, Whataburger is the go-to. We’re talking about triple stack, jalapenos, extra cheese, mayo, lettuce, tomato, a large fry, super coke.”

Bell was competing for a starting job during training camp, but is currently listed the number two right guard and the number two right tackle on the depth chart.


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Lobo football coach Bob Davie comments on being investigated

KRQE NM Sports Feed - September 19, 2017 - 9:00pm

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – Lobo football coach Bob Davie says he can not answer any questions at the moment on reports that he is being investigated for mistreatment of players.

He did say that at the appropriate time he will give all the facts. Davie also said that he doesn’t feel like he needs to defend himself.

“I don’t say that from an arrogant standpoint, I don’t say that like I’m above being questioned, I say if from the standpoint that the truth is the truth and I don’t think you have to defend the truth,” Davie said.

Davie also said Coltin Gerhart is expected to be the starting quarterback this week.


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Arkansas is the worst team in the SEC West in Bret Bielema era, so says … - SECcountry.com

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Arkansas is the worst team in the SEC West in Bret Bielema era, so says …
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Arkansas football rules the world of Razorbacks sports. So, with ... Arkansas high school football is having an above-average year. ... Arkansas and New Mexico State will go from Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium at 11 a.m. CT (noon ET) on Sept. 30.
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