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  • Friday prep FB scores across NM
      PREP FOOTBALL Artesia 49, Deming 14 Aztec 42, Miyamura 20 Carlsbad 38, Alamogordo 13 Carrizozo 58, Logan 42 Cleveland 27, Clovis 21 Clint Mountain View, Texas 53, Mesilla Valley Christian 0 Clovis Christian 32, Reserve 10 Durango, Colo. 35, Farmington 28 Escalante 61, Navajo Prep 12 Foothill 32, Floyd 12 Fort Sumner 50, Espanola Valley 14 Gallup 35, Capital 0 Gateway Christian 56, Springer 6
  • UNM’s Nare named MW Player of Week
    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Liz Nare has had a season of firsts so far, including her first career goal and first career assist.   Monday, Nare picked up her first Mountain West Defensive Player of the Week award as well. She was named for her play in UNM’s 1-0 win over New Mexico State University. Nare is the second Lobo in three weeks to earn a conference honor, as Jordan Craig was named MW Offensive Player of the Week after scoring three goals in wins over SMU and Texas. Originally from Lake Forest, Calif., Nare anchored the UNM defense in the 1-0 double-overtime victory over in-state rival NMSU. The Lobo defense allowed just three shots and none from inside 25 yards of the goal.   Nare drew an assist on the winning goal, as her long pass found Jordan Craig at the edge of the box, who settled the ball and passed to Elba Holguin for the winning shot. That game was Nare’s 50th consecutive start — she hasn’t missed a game in her career. Despite playing in the back, Nare is tied for third on the team in scoring with a goal and two assists. She held down the fort with teammate Lauren Irwin in front of Kelli Cornell as UNM saw a change in the defensive back line on Sunday due to an injury.
  • State Roundup: Saturday Prep FB scores
      PREP FOOTBALL Albuquerque Academy 29, Bernalillo 26 Cleveland 19, Onate 18 Dora 64, Vaughn 0 Las Cruces 48, Cibola 8 Manzano 26, Clovis 20 McCurdy 45, Santa Fe Indian 0 Menaul 34, Floyd 8 Pojoaque 34, Espanola Valley 20 Silver 28, Hope Christian 12 St. Michael's 40, Lovington 0 St. Pius 41, Los Alamos 0
  • Prep football scores from Friday games around the state
      PREP FOOTBALL Alamogordo 28, West Mesa 21 Artesia 49, Valencia 16 Atrisco Heritage 48, Centennial High School 6 Belen 34, Moriarty 33, OT Cobre 25, Academia Juarez, Mexico 22 Crownpoint 50, Thoreau 32 Deming 34, Santa Fe 6 Dexter 35, Hagerman 7 EP Eastwood, Texas 28, Gadsden 3 EP Jefferson, Texas 21, Chaparral 20 Escalante 47, Jal 25 Estancia 34, NMMI 6 Foothill 70, Melrose 20
  • Prep football scores from around the state
      PREP FOOTBALL Anthony, Texas 30, Cobre 26 Artesia 57, Hobbs 13 Atrisco Heritage 47, Gallup 0 Belen 48, Del Norte 7 Bloomfield 25, Pojoaque 6 Carlsbad 16, Del Rio, Texas 10 Clovis 67, Highland 12 Crownpoint 26, Navajo Pine 14 Deming 55, Hot Springs 6 Durango, Colo. 30, Kirtland Central 0 EP Chapin, Texas 29, Rio Rancho 22 EP Chapin, Texas 29, Cleveland 22 EP Irvin, Texas 55, Chaparral 18
  • Friday's prep football scores from around the state
      PREP FOOTBALL Artesia 56, Lovington 7 Belen 14, Deming 7 Carlsbad 20, Roswell 6 Carrizozo 20, Menaul 14 Clayton 54, Dulce 0 Clovis 55, Capital 0 EP Bel Air, Texas 20, Onate 14 Escalante 54, Magdalena 8 Eunice 42, Jal 0 Farmington 54, Gallup 0 Gadsden 34, Hobbs 33 Gateway Christian 50, Mountainair 8 Grants 30, Santa Fe 26
  • Fishing Report 08-31-12
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  • Aggies win big in season opener
    LAS CRUCES — The New Mexico State University football team opened its season with a big 49-19 victory over Sacramento State at Aggie Memorial Stadium. Sophomore quarterback Andrew Manley and sophomore wide receiver Austin Franklin led the Aggie offense with career-high performances. Manley finished with a career-high 367 passing yards and three touchdowns on a 14-of-22 showing through the air.  Franklin recorded a career-high 236 receiving yards and a pair of touchdowns. Defensively, junior linebacker Trashaun Nixon led the team with 15 tackles, his first career double-digit tackle performance.  Junior linebacker Bryan Bonilla and senior safety Davis Cazares also finished with double-digit tackles.  Bonilla finished with 11 tackles, his second career double-digit tackle performance, while Davis finished with 10, his first career double-figures performance. Following a missed field goal attempt on Sacramento State's first drive, the Aggies took advantage, capping a five play, 79-yard drive with a 52-yard Manley pass to Franklin for a touchdown.  Manley again found Franklin for a 50-yard pass that put the ball on the Hornets' 19-yard line early in the second quarter.
  • Lobo XC has quality, depth
    In a way, there is a reversal of sorts on the New Mexico Lobos cross country teams. In 2011, the women were outstanding and the men were good. In 2012, there might be a flip-flop. But we'll see. One thing is certain: the coaches of the Mountain West eye the two sides that Coach Joe Franklin has put together and predict that the Lobo women will win their fifth straight MW title and the men will make it four straight. Not bad. "I think the conference coaches know we have a good thing going and that this is a program that usually has quality depth," said Franklin, who has more Coach of The Year awards than he has fingers. "We return all but one of the runners on the men's side, which ran at conference last year. We might not have Top 20 depth on the women's side, but we have some kids with some solid running ability. A lot depends on how much we improve and if we can stay healthy." Another thing is certain: Franklin has depth on both squads. If that depth stands out, UNM might be outstanding on both sides.
  • Lobos suspend quarterback David Vega indefinitely
    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico suspended junior quarterback David Vega has been suspended from the football team indefinitely. The suspension was announced Tuesday by Lobos coach Bob Davie, who says Vega was arrested early Sunday by Albuquerque police. Details of the arrest weren't immediately available. Davie says that until he's satisfied that he has all the facts, he won't make a decision on Vega's return to the program. Vega is the second Lobos player suspended in two days. On Monday, Davie announced that sophomore defensive back Devonta Tabannah has been suspended and won't play in Saturday's season-opening game against Southern. Davie said the suspension was for violating team rules, but he wouldn't elaborate. However, police told KRQE-TV that Tabannah was arrested Sunday in downtown Albuquerque on suspicion of drunken driving.