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A group of football officials from Los Alamos has been around for quite awhile. It’s been around so long, in fact, that current crew chief Kerry Coffelt remembers it from his playing days.
The officiating crew has been on the hill since the early 1960s and is still going strong. It’s one of the most respected crews in northern New Mexico and recently had a chance to call the 2011 North-South small school All-Star Game, which was played in Española.
“The North-South game was an absolute honor and a privilege to do,” said Coffelt, who is the referee on the Los Alamos crew. “It’s amazing. People don’t believe it just because they’re in small schools, but almost any of them could’ve started for any 4A or 5A school.”
The crew that got to call the All-Star Game included Coffelt, umpire Greg Hanson, head lineseman Roger Anaya, field judge Larry Vaughn and back judge Rick Hinckley. The same crew, with Alan Kirby serving as head linesman, was also asked to call the Class 3A game in 2009.
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