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  • Ski Report 12-07-11
    Angel Fire 30-inch base of powder. 16 inches of new snow reported. Scheduled opening is Dec. 15. Enchanted Forest 20-inch base of packed powder. Trace new snow reported. 100 percent of trails open. Pajarito 24-inch base. 13-15 inches of new snow. Will open when conditions permit. Red River 32-inch base of powder and machine-groomed snow. 15-18 inches of new snow reported. Will reopen Friday. Sandia Peak 16-inch base. 12 inches of new snow reported. Scheduled opening is Dec. 17. Sipapu
  • Ski Report 12-06-11
    Angel Fire 30-inch base of powder. 6 inches of new snow reported. Scheduled opening is Dec. 15. Enchanted Forest 20-inch base of packed powder. 100 percent of trails open. Pajarito 24-inch base. 13-14 inches of new snow. Will open when conditions permit. Red River 24-inch base of powder and machine-groomed snow. Will reopen Friday. Sandia Peak 16-inch base. Scheduled opening is Dec. 17. Sipapu 17-21 inch base of powder, packed powder and machine-groomed snow. Will reopen Friday. Ski Apache 31-inch base of powder. 4 trails and 3 lifts open. Ski Santa Fe
  • Fishing Report 12-04-11
    Northwest Animas River: The flow is 359 cfs. Fishing is good for trout above Cedar Hill using various bead-headed nymphs, spinners and worms. Please respect private property when fishing in this area.
  • Aztec nips Goddard in Class 4A title game
    This was the year of the Tigers. After finishing second four times since 2003, the Aztec Tigers picked up the Class 4A football title Saturday. The Tigers squeaked past the Goddard Rockets 28-27. The win was the first ever state football title for Aztec, which has been an elite state program for most of the past decade. Aztec lost a shootout to Artesia in the 4A title game a year ago, 45-34. Also Saturday, the Lovington Wildcats came back from a 10-0 deficit against the St. Michael’s Horsemen to win 14-10 in the Class 3A state title game. That game was played at Ivan Head Stadium in Santa Fe.
  • Moore, Broncos rout Lobos in finale, 45-0
    BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Kellen Moore threw three touchdowns in the final home game of his brilliant career and Doug Martin ran for two more as No. 9 Boise State rolled over New Mexico 45-0 Saturday. Moore, the winningest starting quarterback in college football history, was nearly flawless and the Broncos’ defense had no problem bottling up the punchless Lobos. The victory gives the Broncos (11-1, 6-1) their second straight season with a single loss and looks to clear the way for another trip to the MAACO Bowl in Las Vegas, where they dismantled No. 20 Utah a year ago 26-3. Boise State’s only loss came Nov. 12 against TCU. But Saturday was clearly a landmark day for Moore.
  • UNM drops Idaho St.
    ALBUQUERQUE (AP) — New Mexico used a balanced scoring attack and a dominating rebounding performance Wednesday night to defeat Idaho State 65-41. A.J. Hardeman and Demetrius Walker scored nine points each for the Lobos (5-2) and Drew Gordon equaled a season-high with 13 rebounds and added eight points. Melvin Morgan scored 23 for Idaho State (1-5), but no other Bengal had more than five points. The Lobos outrebounded the Bengals 51-28, including a 22-9 on the offensive glass which led to a 26-8 advantage in second-chance points. That inside dominance also helped New Mexico outscore Idaho State 30-12 on points in the paint. Although the Lobos went just 12 for 24 from the free-throw line, the Bengals were just 2 for 4.
  • Tuesday's prep basketball scores
    Boys basketball Albuquerque High 62, Sandia 47 Bernalillo 77, Pojoaque 53 Eldorado 67, Valley 63 Hobbs 83, Midland, Texas 62 Hope Christian 65, Highland 55 La Cueva 50, Cibola 43 Manzano 46, Los Lunas 28 Pecos 52, Bosque School 43 Piedra Vista 73, Miyamura 55 Sandia Prep 55, Atrisco Heritage 41 St. Pius 49, Gallup 29 Volcano Vista 64, Del Norte 51 West Mesa 64, Rio Grande 51
  • State Notes 11-30-11
    Aggies fall short at home against Wildcats The New Mexico State University men’s basketball team’s upset bid fell short Tuesday night against the Arizona Wildcats. NMSU forward Wendell McKines had a career night for the Aggies, but it wouldn’t be enough as the Aggies fell to the Wildcats, 83-76 Tuesday at the Pan Am Center in Las Cruces. Early in the contest, NMSU went up by eight points, but Arizona would come back to take a 44-40 lead at the half. NMSU would tie up the contest less than a minute into the second half and led briefly at 53-51, but Arizona (5-2) countered with a 21-9 run over nearly eight minutes to go up 72-62.
  • Ski Report 11-30-11
    Angel Fire 16-inch base of variable conditions. No new snow reported. Scheduled to open Dec. 15. Enchanted Forest 12-inch base of packed powder. No new snow reported. 60 percent of trails open. Pajarito Will open when conditions permit. Red River 20-24 inch base of packed powder and machine-groomed snow. No new snow reported. Will reopen Friday. Sandia Peak 3-inch base. Opening scheduled for Dec. 17. Sipapu 16-20 inch base of packed powder and machine-groomed snow. No new snow reported. Will reopen Saturday. Ski Apache
  • State Notes 11-27-11
    St. Mike’s, Lovington and Aztec win in football In baseball-like scoring contests, the St. Michael’s Horsemen and the Lovington Wildcats won in the Class 3A football semifinals and will advance to the state title game. That wasn’t the case in Saturday’s Class 4A semifinal, however, as the Aztec Tigers won a shootout over the Valencia Jaguars. The Tigers, the No. 2 seed in the 4A football playoffs, topped Valencia 47-41. They will face the top-seeded Goddard Rockets in the championship this weekend. The Rockets knocked off Artesia 28-10 to advance to the final. The game’s date and location hadn’t yet been announced by the New Mexico Activities Association.