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High School Sports Schedule For the Week

FRIDAY:  September 21

(all games start at 7 p.m.)

FOOTBALL – Bernalillo at Santa Fe High

                        Capital at Moriarty

                         Santa Fe Indian School at Zuni

                          Los Alamos at Gallup

                          Espanola Valley at Navajo Prep

                          West Las Vegas at Hatch Valley

                          Socorro at Robertson


BOYS SOCCER – Los Alamos at Artesia, 6 p.m.


CROSS COUNTRY – Indian School at Laguna-Acoma  

                                      Invitational, 2:30 p.m.



SATURDAY:  September 22

BOYS SOCCER – Santa Fe High at Goddard, 1 p.m.

                              Capital at Miaymura, 11 a.m.

                                St. Michael’s at Santa Fr Prep, 1 p.m.

                                Monte del Sol at Questa, 1 p.m.

                                Los Alamos at Roswell, 1 p.m.


GIRLS SOCCER – Santa Fe Prep at St. Michael’s, 1 p.m.

                                 Grants at Pojoaque, 1 p.m.

                                 Cleveland at Los Alamos, 1 p.m.


VOLLEYBALL – Santa Fe High, Espanola, Robertson at Zia

                               Classic at Roswell


                               Santa Fe Prep, Monte del Sol, Tierra

                               Encantada, McCurdy, Mora, at Indian

                               School Dig Pink Classic


CROSS COUNTRY – Santa Fe High, Capital, at Adron

                                     Gardner Classic run at Belen, 9 a.m.


                                     At Ron Valdez Memorial Invitational

                                     at Pecos: Santa Fe Prep, Desert

                                     Academy, ATC, Espanola McCurdy,

                                     Mesa Vista, Coronado, Taos, Mora,

                                     West Las Vegas, Robertson, 9 a.m.


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