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The New England Patriots turned back the visiting Kansas City Chiefs with an overtime field goal, and a fan sprayed beer all over KC running back Tyreke Hill after he scored a touchdown

By Arnie Leshin  Under cloudy skies with a chill in the air, it was quite a night for New England Patriots fans at Gillette Stadium Sunday night. This doesn’t include all fans of the Pats. They had nothing to do with their team getting away with not a penalty called, …

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St. Michael’s boy’s soccer team on a roll under head coach Mike Feldewert, are 11-5-1 overall, on top the new District 2-A/3A standings at 6-1, and will play at Albuquerue Bosque School Tuesday

By Arnie Leshin  There have been some rough roads along the way, but right now St. Michael’s boy’s soccer team is on the right path. Under fourth-year head coach Mike Feldewert, the Horsemen are 11-5-1 overall and 6-1 in the new District 2-A/3A that includes the likes of 18 state-champion …

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Major League baseball unveils its own Final Four and it shapes up as a stellar post-season treat, with Friday’s NL opener serving up the Dodgers at Milwaukee, and Saturday in the AL, it’s the Astros at Boston

By Arnie Leshin  They are down to the Final Four in Major League baseball and the matchups look like a doozey. In the American League, it’s the defending World Series champion Houston Astros meeting up with a Boston Red Sox team that won the most games, 108, which is why …

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Desert Academy’s soccer team held Moreno Valley’s leading scorer to zero points in Monday’s District 1-3A 6-1 boy’s match at Alto Park

By Arnie Leshin  Desert Academy boy’s soccer was ready for number 14, senior Andrea Fronquelli, this time. “The first time we played Moreno Valley up at Angel Fire, we were cruising along,” said Wildcats’ head coach Rob Lochner, “but this Andrea guy scored three times for them and it ended …

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Eight Espanola Valley football players apparently suspended for two games after Friday night rumble with visiting Bernalillo that brought a 2-0 forfeit for the Spartans on homecoming night

By Arnie Leshin  Whether good or bad, there’s always something happening up in Espanola Valley. The good? Winning two state basketball championships, the only ones in school history. The bad? Well, where do you start? Despite their success in basketball, there were many problems regarding head coach Richie Martinez. Three …

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Led by five sophomores and one senior, the Santa Fe Indian School boys relied on their No. 6 runner to edge Pecos and claim the team championship at the annual John Grimley Memorial Invitational

By Arnie Leshin  The annual John Grimley Memorial Invitation cross country event always brings back memories for Santa Fe Indian School head coach Joe Calabaza, who is the meet director, but Friday afternoon’s boy’s varsity race was extra special to him. Not only did his Braves win team honors in …

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Santa Fe High girls soccer drops its third straight with Saturday’s 3-0 District 5-5A loss to visiting Albuquerque Sandia, while the Capital girls took a 7-1 district defeat at Albuquerque High

By Arnie Leshin  Santa Fe High’s girl’s soccer has plenty of zeros on their schedule, but its next opponent, Albuquerque Manzano, has more  Saturday’s 7-0 loss to visiting District 5-5A foe Albuquerque Sandia, was not only the Demonettes fifth shutout defeat, but also its third-straight setback, all by shutouts. They …

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