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Boomer Sooner to Baylor head football coach Matt Rhule, who despite losing his only two games at the hands of Oklahoma, thinks the Sooners will have a great game against No. 1 LSU, and even gives them a chance to score the upset behind a great offense master mined by their head coach Lincoln Riley and a very improved defense

By Arnie Leshin At least Matt Rhule is not a sore loser. His record-breaking Baylor football team lost only twice this season, both times to Oklahoma, the first time after blowing a 21-0 lead, the second time in overtime for the Big 12 championship. But rather than making excuses, the …

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Albuquerque Academy is paving the way with a head start on girl’s high school wrestling in New Mexico putting together schedules and rosters and coaches and programs in season one for the other gender

By Arnie Leshin  Well, at least Albuquerque Academy has girl’s wrestling in gear, for in checking out most of the 70 New Mexico schools on the list for the initial season that will have girls teams taking to the mats, only the Chargers present a schedule and a roster and …

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Annual Bobby Rodriguez/Capital City basketball tournament tips off with eight games in Thursday’s opening round at host Santa Fe High, with the semifinals Thursday, and one through seventh places finishes on Saturday, with the championship games closing out

By Arnie Leshin  The annual Bobby Rodriguez/Capital City Basketball tournament bounces in Thursday morning at Santa Fe High School with an eight-team girls and boys field, and some of these teams have already began actual play. One has been Valencia, which has both a girls and boys entry, and the …

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Greenhouse Grand Opening!

By SFCC Santa Fe Community College Greenhouse Grand Opening. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 14. The Aquaponics & Hydroponics Club invites the public to tours, educational demonstrations, food provided by local businesses, and tastingsof fresh produce. Tours begin at 10:15 a.m. and continue every half hour, with 10:15 …

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