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Antonio Gabaldon had his choice of receivers as he passed for six touchdowns, two each to Joey Fernandez, Jr., and Israel Chavez, in Saturday afternoon’s victory over visiting Capital High

Once Gabaldon got on a run, he was unstoppable through the air as the Horsemen advanced to 2-0 and a key test Friday night at Moriarty, while the Jaguars are home to Santa Fe High Friday night in a match-up of 0-2 teams By ARNIE LESHIN, Santa Fe Today Like …

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St. Michael’s girl’s soccer team was outshot by a large margin, but found the goal more times to win Thursday afternoon’s match against visiting Los Alamos

Senior Tiana Baca scoring twice Junior Claire Lee assisted on three goals as the Lady Horsemen triumphed 3-2 in two overtimes By ARNIE LESHIN, Santa Fe Today The only thing that counts is the big W, as St. Michael’s girl’s soccer team found out Thursday afternoon at Christian Brothers Athletic …

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New Mexico Fishing and Stock Report

Check out the latest stocking report Catches of the week Conchas Lake: Mike Estrada of Belen caught and released a 4.38-pound largemouth bass Aug. 26. He was using a green jig with a green pumpkin Yamamoto baby craw trailer. Shuree Ponds: Ruth Laws, 8, and Will Laws, 7, of Albuquerque, …

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High School Sports Schedule

TUESDAY: Boy’s Soccer — Capital at Robertson, 5 p.m. Santa Fe Prep at Hope Christian, 3:30 p.m. Moriarty at Pojoaque Valley, 4 p.m. Los Alamos at St. Pius X, 4 p.m. Girl’s Soccer — Santa Fe Prep at Bosque School, 4:30 p.m. ATC at Moriarty, 4 p.m. St. Pius X …

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Santa Fe Indian School boys top the field at the Espanola Invitation, Santa Fe Prep girls finish first at Julian Delorenzo Dulce High Invitation for cross country

Griffins’ sophomore Hayden Colfax paved the way by placing first, and their third-place boys received a triumph from senior Adrian Whitten, while the Braves swept both junior varsity races By ARNIE LESHIN, Santa Fe Today Santa Fe Indian School’s boys showed its balance when it began the cross country season …

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