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Who is that undefeated at 6-0 and finally making a statement for its soccer program? Surprise, it’s Eddy Segura’s girls team at Academy of Technology and The Classics

By Arnie Leshin  Lesson to be learned, patience, just have patience.   Eddy Segura, who grew up with a love for soccer and had his finest years on the pitch playing club ball in Costa Rica, had coached the girl’s team at Academy of Technology and The Classics from 2014 …

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All kinds of college football takes place on Saturdays, slaughters that should include the mercy-rule, last-second wins on touchdowns or field goals, surprising upsets, and more fun

By Arnie Leshin  They play all kind of college football, especially on Saturday, but the only thing they have in common is the football itself.   There are the schools like New Mexico State last Saturday looking for a big payday by hitting the road to Alabama and getting shellacked …

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Santa Fe High travels up to defending state 4A champion Taos after winning two in a row and after the previously undefeated Tigers were tamed last week at Aztec, while Santa Fe Indian School makes a trip to winless Fort Wingate

By Arnie Leshin  While Capital and St. Michael’s prepare for Saturday afternoon’s cross-town rivalry football game at Christian Brothers Athletic Complex, Santa Fe High and Santa Fe Indian School hit the road Friday night.   The Demons are 2-1 after losing their home opener 6-0 to Robertson, and after back-to-back …

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St. Michael’s girl’s golf team doesn’t have the required numbers – four – for qualifying for the team championship, but has junior Clarisa Padilla favored for a second state individual title

By Arnie Leshin  The St. Michael’s girl’s golf team is short one more official player and will fall short of a third-straight state championship, but junior Clarisa Padilla is favored to claim her second-straight individual title when the girl’s state 1A-3A tournament is played May 10-11 in Hobbs.   As …

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