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The Los Alamos Hilltopper football team couldn’t keep up with the Farmington Scorpions in a nondistrict game Friday night in the Four Corners area.
The suddenly-resurgent Scorpions rolled up seven touchdowns in the first half and cruised to a 35-0 victory Friday night over the visiting Hilltoppers.
Farmington, which has been up and down the dial during the 2009 regular season, is playing as well as just about any team in Class AAAA right now.
Following a bumpy start to the season, in which it won just one of four games, that a 1-point victory against a so-so Gallup squad, has now won three straight in impressive fashion.
For the Hilltoppers (2-5), it was their third sizeable loss to a AAAA team this season.
Los Alamos was able to move the ball fairly well for a good portion of Friday’s contest, but was hampered by penalties, something that has plagued it all season.
Los Alamos also struggled to slow down Farmington fullback Kamrun Bowen, who rumbled 66 yards for the first score of the game on Farmington’s first possession.
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