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By Arnie Leshin  So where does the Colorado football team go from here?    First its new head coach Deion Sanders signed out of Jackson State and brought his Buffalos a classic win over Texas Christian, the other thing is last year’s national runner-up that was clobbered by Michigan came …

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HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER

By Arnie Leshin  Santa Fe Prep turned in a 3-1 victory in non-district boys soccer play at Hatch Valley.    It was the fifth win in a dozen starts for the Griffins who were led by a pair of goals from junior Weston Stump, the other from Gordan Zang, and …

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MEGAN RAPINOE IN HER OWN WORLD

By Arnie Leshin On Sunday, Megan Rapinoe will play her final soccer match in a United States uniform. Good.   The red, while and blue will play South Africa at Chicago’s Soldier Field. You can catch the 38-year-old Rapinoe at 3:30 p.m. on TNT. After this, she figures to play …

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UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO FOOTBALL

By Arnie Leshin  With one win in three starts, University of New Mexico’s coach Danny Gonzales is still thinking post-season for his football team.   The schedule is the schedule, there are good and bad teams, but what’s ahead for the Lobos are two back-to-back out of town trips starting …

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WNBA BASKETBALL PLAYOFFS NOW IN SEMIFINALS

By Arnie Leshin  The second-seeded New York Liberty claimed its initial playoff berth in the Women’s National Basketball Association by turning back 7th-seeded Washington, 90-85, in overtime of the best two-of-three series Tuesday, and next takes on the 3rd-seeded Connecticut Sun in the best three-of-five semifinals.    New York is …

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WNBA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL -PLAYOFFS QUARTERFINALS

By Arnie Leshin  For the first-ever time, the New York Liberty WNBA franchise has made it past the opening round and into the playoff semifinals as league Most Valuable Player Brianna Stewart paved the way with her masterful all-around game Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden.    The 6-foot-6 Stewart, …

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Commission Approves Proclamation Declaring September 15th to October 15th

At the September 12, 2023, Santa Fe County Board of County Commissioners (BCC) meeting, Commissioner Camilla Bustamante, (D-3) introduced aproclamation recognizing September 15 to October 15th as National Hispanic Heritage month. The proclamation celebrates the contributions, histories, and cultures of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean …

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