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October 12, 2013

Week 7: Friday Night Recap

Today we present our Week 7 Statewide Recap. Please submit top performers to nmpreps@yahoo.com.

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Las Cruces 55, Onate 19
The Las Cruces Bulldawgs moved to 7-0 this season and 1-0 in District 3-5A with a 36 point win over Onate. Las Cruces Running Back JJ Granados ran for 224-yards and scored 6 touchdowns. Quarterback Kameron Miller threw for 2 touchdowns hitting Isaiah McIntyre and Ean Smith. Las Cruces will take on Alamogordo in week 8.

Sandia 17, Cleveland 16
The Matadors jumped to a 17-3 lead after Jimmy Gallegos picked a Kian Homme pass and returned it 65-yards for a touchdown. The Cleveland Storm would cut the lead to 17-10 and then to 17-16, but a missed PAT would be the difference maker in a play-off game type atmosphere. "Phenomenal defense tonight from both teams. Both of our offenses struggled, but we were able to make just enough plays to get it done," Commented Head Coach Kevin Barker.

Valley 49, Atrisco 27
The Valley Vikings are now 6-0 after a 22 point win over District Rival Atrisco Heritage Friday Night. Valley Head Football Coach Enrico Marceli was not at the game, but in the hospital recovering from pneumonia. Valley now has Albuquerque, West Mesa, Rio Grande, and Highland left on the schedule.

Goddard 28, Carlsbad 10
The Goddard Rockets moved to 4-2 on the season after a powerful performance on both sides of the football Friday Night in Carlsbad. They out-gained the Cavemen 327-167 according to the Carlsbad Current Argus News Paper. Cody French finished with 31 carries for 173-yards and 3 touchdowns.

Eldorado 35, Rio Rancho 21
The Eldorado Eagles moved to 3-3 on the season with a giant upset Friday Night over the Rio Rancho Rams. The Eagles jumped to a 21-0 lead and were able to hang on for a 14 point play-off resume building victory. Rio Rancho drops to 5-2 on the season. Zach Gentry ran for 99-yards and 4 touchdowns, he threw for 172-yards of 21 completions.

Hobbs 47, Lovington 0
The Hobbs Eagles are now 6-1 after a 47-0 win over Lovington Friday Night. Eagle Quarterback David Romero threw for 276-yards and 5 touchdowns in the victory. The Eagles will head to Rio Rancho next week to take on Cleveland.

Volcano Vista 33, Del Norte 0
The Volcano Vista Hawks coming off their big 34-14 win over Mayfield only led 12-0 at half over Del Norte, but were able to turn it up in the 2nd half moving to 4-2 on the season. Dominico Chavez ran for two touchdowns.

Aztec 46, Pius 6
The Aztec Tigers moved to 3-4 on the season after a 44-6 victory over the St. Pius X Sartans Friday Night at UNM Stadium. Aztec Quarterback Marcus Crawford threw for 5 touchdowns on the night and Reynel Lewis Adams had close to 215 all purpose yards.

Belen 32, Los Lunas 13
The Belen Eagles took a major step towards the District 6-4A Title Friday Night after a 19 point win over the Tigers to win back the Chilie Roaster. The Eagles who are now 5-1 on the season, Los Lunas drops to 4-2. The Eagles were led by Andrew Castillo who scored two touchdowns and Trent Barba who scored 2 touchdowns.

Clayton 19, Estancia 12
The Clayton Yellowjackets trailed Estancia 12-11 late in the game, before a late touchdown made it a 19-12 final. The Yellowjackets improved to 7-0 this season. Brian Montoya had 2 Touchdowns, and Dakota Montoya hit three clutch field goals.

Clovis 48, Artesia 17
The good news: Clovis won their second game in a row. The bad news: Kamal Cass did not finish the game being pulled in the third quarter because of an ankle injury. Cass would finish with 191-yards and just one touchdown. Travion Sopilla stepped up catching 3 touchdowns from Quarterback Dakotah Yandell (Who threw 4 TD's) as the Wildcats moved to 3-4 on the season. Artesia is now 2-5 after dropping games to Las Cruces and Clovis in back to back weeks.

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Thursday, October 10th Final Scores
Cibola 14, La Cueva 0 Final
Highland 49, Albuquerque 0 Final
Mayfield 49, Gadsden 14 Final
Miyamura 17, Grants 7 Final
Jal 35, Hobbs JV 14 Final

Friday, October 11th Schedule
Aztec 46, Pius 6
Belen 32,Los Lunas 13
Clayton 19, Estancia 12
Clovis 48, Artesia 17
Cobre 28, Tularosa 0
Crownpoint 30, Ramah 20
Deming 44, Alamogordo 14
Eldorado 35, Rio Rancho 21
Farmington 59, Bloomfield 7
Ft. Sumner 33, Escalante 32
Goddard 28, Carlsbad 10
Hagerman W, Cloudcroft
Hatch 67, Mesilla 13
Hobbs 47, Lovington 0
Kirtland 35, Capital 0
Las Cruces 55, Onate 19
Los Alamos 39, Bernalillo 35
NMMI 20, Hot Springs 6
Raton 33, West Las Vegas 16
Roswell 24, Moriarty 21
Ruidoso 31, Silver 28
Sandia 17, Cleveland 16
Santa Fe 27, Espanola 6
Santa Rosa 19, Texico 14
Taos 60, Pojoaque 7
Valencia 28, Gallup 13
Valley 49, Atrisco 27
Volcano Vista 33, Del Norte 0

Saturday, October 12th Schedule
Centennial @ St. Michael's
Lake Arthur @ Dora
Mescalero @ SFIS
Portales @ Hope Christian
Portales @ Hope
Rio Grande @ West Mesa
Tucumcari @ Academy

Deming 44, Alamogordo 14
The Deming Wildcats moved to 5-1 on the season and jumped to a quick start on Alamogordo after Michael Hernandez took the opening kick for a touchdown to make it 7-0. After a field goal and a Tiger touchdown when Isaiah Saldana found Andrew Yates for a score, the Wildcats extended their lead to 17-7 when Dante Urrera scored from 15-yards out. Another long run from Urrera and a Graham Borden touchdown made it 44-7.

Santa Rosa 19, Texico 14
Texico led 14-13 with just over a minute left in the game and was set to run out the clock for what would of been a Statewide Shocker… That's when the Wolverines fumbled the football and Lion Defender Ryan Lopez returned it for the game winning touchdown Friday Night as Santa Rosa continued their winning streak at 25 games in a row. Lopez finished with 116-yards and a touchdown for the Lions.

Roswell 24, Moriarty 21
The Roswell Coyotes are now 5-2 this season after giant 4A victory Friday Night over Moriarty. The Coyotes have won 4 in a row and will take on the Portales Rams in week 8.

Ruidoso 31, Silver 28
The Ruidoso Warriors moved to 5-1 on the season and made a huge statewide statement Friday Night with a three point win over Silver who beat them twice last season. Ruidoso's Parker Johnson scored 3 touchdowns on the night and also came up with a key interception. Silver drops to 4-2.

Farmington 59, Bloomfield 7
The Farmington Scorpions made another strong case that they are San Juan County's top flight team in a 52-point win over Bloomfield Friday Night. The Scorpions were led by Senior Austin Foutz who had a game to remember. He returned two interceptions for touchdowns, and ran for 3 rushing touchdowns in the game that ended in a mercy rule.

Ft. Sumner 33, Escalante 32 OT
The Ft. Sumer Foxes defeated Escalante Friday Night, in a game which will shake up the NMPreps.com 1A Rankings come Sunday. In overtime, Escalante scored, but missed the 2PT Conversion. Ft. Sumner scored and then kicks the game winning PAT.

Kirtland Central 35, Capital 0
The Kirtland Central Broncos are yes: 5-1 this season after beating Capital Friday Night 35-0. The Broncos were led by Reese Foutz, Rashaan Sorrellhorse, and Keishaun Aspass who each scored touchdowns. Kirtland Central will take on Bloomfield in week 8.

Navajo Prep 34, Shiprock 18
The Navajo Prep Eagles might be Class 2A, but they could likely make a run for the District 1-3A Title moving to 5-1 on the year after beating Shiprock Friday Night. Eagle Quarterback Tyler Sorensen threw for 410-yards and 4 touchdowns on the night.

Thursday Night Recap

Today we recap the Thursday Night High School Football Games from around the State of New Mexico.

Cibola 14, La Cueva 0 
The Cibola Cougars pitched a shutout against La Cueva Friday Night moving their record to 4-2 on the season. Coach Rod Williams' name continues to be thrown into the Coach of the Year Nomination Category as he's turn the Cougars around in just one-short year, remember last year Cibola was 1-9. This year, the Cougars have beaten Sandia, Highland, west Mesa, and La Cueva. Thursday Night the Cougars were led by Vicent Gallegos and Oscar Chatman, each who scored a touchdown. La Cueva is now 2-4 on the season and has not scored a touchdown in their last 8 quarters of play.

Highland 49, Albuquerque 0 
The Highland Hornets won their first game of the season moving to 1-5 this year, while the Bulldogs dropped to 0-6 extending their consecutive losing streak to 35 games (two short of tying the record set by Santa Fe in the early 90's). The Bulldogs have not been outscored 207-0 in their last 4 games and 330-34 over the course of the season and their schedule does not let up with Valley and Atrisco Heritage next up. Highland is now 1-0 in District 5-5A.

Mayfield 49, Gadsden 14 
The Mayfield Trojans moved to 6-1 overall and 1-0 in District 3-5A with a no-contest win over the Panthers Thursday Night at the Field of Dreams. The Trojans are 4-1 against 5A competition and have outscored season opponents 208-158. Trojan Running Back David Stookey ran for 96-yards and 3 scores and Kavika Johnson ran for 120-yards and 2 touchdowns. For Gadsden Steven Herrera threw 2 touchdown passes to Frank Jauregui.

Miyamura 17, Grants 7  
The Miyamura Patriots got their first win of the season Thursday Night in their District 6-4A opener. Grants jumped to a 7-0 lead after Pirate Senior Quarterback Cassius Corley scored on a quarterback keeper. Miyamura struck back with a 1-yard touchdown run to make it 7-7 at the half. The Patriots then kicked a 30-yard field goal in the 3rd to make it 10-7 and then closed the door with a touchdown with just over 2:00 minutes left to make it a 17-7 final. The Pirates are now 1-5 this season.

Jal 35, Hobbs JV 14 
Panther Running Back Marc Acosta ripped off 361-yards and 4 touchdowns Thursday Night in Jal's victory over the Hobbs JV.



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