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HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2014 5 Mavericks suffer first district loss of season Courtesy submission for first place in district with The Lordsburg High School Mesilla Valley Christian School boys' basketball team won one and dropped one spot in the state and lost one game this past Week. rankings to number six. The loss was their first district loss Last Tuesday, the Mavericks of the'season. They are now tied travelled to Animas to face the So.00hwe=00 Area °our.., ""l Dept. of| Fishing Relaort ' '"1 This fishing report, provided by Bill Dunn and the Department of Game and Fish, has been gener- ated from the best information available from area officers and anglers. Conditions encountered after the report is compiled may differ, as stream, lake and weather conditions alter fish and angler activities. CATCHES OF THE WEEK: Tingley Beach: Feb. 8, 3V2-year- old Amelia Brown caught her first limit of trout. She was using homemade dough bait on a tiny treble hook fished on the bottom. If you have a catch of the week story or just want to tell us about your latest New Mexico fishing experience, send it to us at fishforfun2@hotmail.com. We may include your story in our next report. For catches of the week, include name, date, and location, type of fish, length and weight if possible and bait, lure or fly used. SOUTItWEST AREA Bear Canyon: Trout fishing was good using salmon eggs, worms, Power Bait, Pistol Petes and spin- ners. Bill Evans Lake: Trout fishing was very good using homemade Feb. 14 VOTE dough bait, Power Bait and salmon eggs. We had no reports on other species. Caballo Lake: Fishing pressure was light again this past week. Fishing was reported as slow for all species. Elephant Butte Lake: Fishing for white bass was slow with just a few caught by anglers using grubs and minnows. Fishing for catfish was fair using live shad and stink bait. We had no reports on other species. The Marina Del Sur, Rock Canyon and Dam Site ma- rinas are open. Escondida Lake: Fishing was reported as slow with just a few trout caught by anglers using gar- lic Power Bait. Gila River: Water flow on the Gila as of this past Monday was 70 cfs. We had no reports from anglers. Gienwood Pond: We had no re- ports from anglers this week. Lake Roberts: A construction project t 9 improve the dam has begun and extremely low lake levels make it increasingly diffi- cult to fish. The project is ex- pected to continue into next summer. Tile lake is still open to bank fishing but difficult to ac- cess. Pereha Dam: We had no reports from anglers this- week. Rio Grande: Water flow below Elephant Butte on Monday was .05 cfs. We had no reports from anglers this week. Snow Lake: We had no reports from anglers this week. Young Pond: Trout fishing was very good using Power Bait, corn and salmon eggs. A few trout were also caught by anglers using.Pis- tol Petes. We had no reports on other species. EDUARDO D. "EDDIE" [i T Lordsburg Mayor Lad' Panthers. The Mavs used a 25- point first quarter to jump ahead and never trailed--winning 71- 24. The Mavericks had five kids in double figures with Derik Martinez and Johnny Plowman leading the way 'with 12 points each. They were followed by Brandon Strain with 11, Jacob Esquivel and Raymond Saucedo with 10 and Mark Thomas with 8. On Friday, February 7, the boys travelled to Mesilla for a showdown with the Sonblazers. Mesilla jumped ahead early on and lead by as many as 13 points. The Mavericks came out in the second half and after slowly chipping away at the lead, ac- tually got a four-point lead in the fourth quarter. The come- back fell short as the Sonblazers sealed the deal with free throws down the stretch. The Maver- icks were led by Jacob Esquivel with 18 points, Johnny Plow- man with 14, Derik Martinez and Raymond Saucedo with 12 and Brandon Strain with 6. The Mavericks have three district games left and most likely need to win them to force a playoff game with Mesilla Valley. LHS will travel to Tularosa on Friday for another big road game. The final two games of the season will be home games including Satur- day, February 15 against Silver City, who is number three in Class AAA and on Tuesday, Februry 18 for their final dis- trict game with Hatch. Victor Oaxaca presenting Susan Sumrall, Foundation President, with the check for the Cancer Center and Victor Oaxaca with his beard. Silver High School makes donation to GRMC Foundation for cancer awareness Submitted by GRMC At the December 16, 2013 Foundation Meeting, Victor Oaxaca, Silver High School (SHS) math teacher and golf team coach, presented the Gila Regional Medical Center Foundation with a donation of $192.32 to the Gila Regional Cancer Center. During the Month of November, he and fellow SHS faculty members chal- lenged their students to a "Spon- sor a Beard" fundraiser to bring Spring prescribed fires scheduled on Quemad0 RD Submitted by GILA NATIONAL FOREST/Silver City Pending favorable weather conditions, the Quemado Ranger District on the Gila National For- est will be conducting two pre- scribed fires. The Wallow Road- side debris pile ignitions will commence the week of February 18, 2014. Slaughter Mesa Unit 4 broadcast prescribed fire is planned for ignition between February 24 -April 30, 2014. Wallow Roadside Planned Acreage: 180 acres located north and west of the Community of Luna within the burned area of the 2011 Wallow Fire. Objectives: remove slash piles to reduce fire danger. Slaughter Mesa Unit 4 planned acreage: awareness that cancer patients lose their hair during treatment. Oaxaca stated, "100% of the stu- dent s participated with donations from a dime to many dollars in this community-generated effort to give back to our community." Since incorporation as a 501(c)3 organization in 1988, foundation members, physicians, and hospital administrators have worked together to maintain and continuously improve GRMC as a place of medical excellence and patient-centered care for people of southwestern New Mexico. Panther Basketball - 2013 - 2014 Girls Schedule Location Game Time Team Date Opponent Mid November 20 Duncan Duncan 3:30/5:30 4374 acres located ap- proximately 20 miles south/ southeast of Quemado, NM. Objectives: improve wildlife habitat, watershed conditions, and reduce fire danger Smoke will be visible in the Community of Luna, in the Quemado Lake, Mangas, Apache Creek, Aragon, and Armijo Springs areas during early morn- ing and evening hours and is ex- pected to decrease as daytime temperatures increase. Fire personnel will closely monitor the progress of the two burns. Implementation of projects is expected to last up to two weeks with minimal smoke vis- ible for a few more weeks. For additional information, contact the Quemado Ranger Dis- trict at 575-773-4678. Hunters: Don't forget to file mandatory harvest reports their mandatory harve'st report online at https:// onlinesales.wildlife.state.nm.us by logging in to their account and clicking "Harvest Reporting" in Submitted by NM DEPT of GAME & FiSH/Santa Fe Mandatory harvest dead- lines are fast approaching for hunters and trappers who held li- the main menu. Reports also can be submitted by phone toll-free at (888) 248-6866 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Hunters have until Feb. 14 to re- port by phone, as Feb. 15 is a Sat- urday and Department offices will be closed. The department encourages hunters and trappers to keep their confirmation number for their records and to update their ac- count information and provide a valid email address so they can receive important information, confirmation emails and receipts from the department. License holders must file a report, even if they did not hunt or trap. Failure to file a manda- tory harvest report on time will result in rejection of all big-game applications. Game Time 4:30/6:30 censes for New Mexico's 2013- 14 seasons. New mandatory harvest re- porting requirements are in effect this year. The deadline to file a free report for hunters who held 2013-14 deer, elk, antelope or turkey licenses is Feb. 15, 2014. After that date, an $8 late fee will apply. Hunters must report on or before the March 19 application deadline or their applications will be rejected from, the big-game draws. • The deadline to report for those who held 2013-14 Barbary sheep, javelina, oryx, ibex, or trapping licenses is April 7, 2014. The later harvest-reporting dead- line allows license holders for those species to submit results after the seasons have closed. Hunters and trappers can file Panther Basketball - 2013 - 2014 Boys Schedule Team I Date I 01 Opponent I Location Mid November 20, 2013 Duncan Duncan December 5 - 7, 2013 Thur - Sat Cliff Tournament Cliff TBA December 10, 2013 Lordsbur 9 5:00/7:30 December 12 - 14, 2013 Thur - Sat Cloudcroft Tournament CIoudcroft TBA Mid December 19, 2013 Cliff Cliff 3:00/5:00 ,4, 2014 Hatch Hatch 11:00/12:30 Maverick Stampede Lordsburfl Lordsburcj Lordsbur 9 Reserve Tournament Reserve TBA 3:0015:00 " TBA December 5-- 7. 2013 Thur - Sat Magdalena Tournament TBA December 10, 2013 4:00/6:30 December 12 - 14. 2013 Thur - Sat Cloudcroft Tournament Cloudcroft TBA Mid December 19 Cliff Cliff 4:00 - 11, 2014 Toumament TBA Mid January 14, 2014 Lordsburg 4:00 - 18, 2014 Thur - Sat Reserve Tournament Reserve TBA Varsity January 9- 11, 2014 Mid January 14, 2014 Thur - ,Sat Tuesday - 18, 2014 Thur - Sat 1". 2014 Quemado Quemado 12:00/3:30 Quemado Quemado 1:0012:00/5:30 t 28, 2014 District TBA 6:00 HELP WANTED • HELP WANTED • HELP WANTED ENTRY LEVEL MANAGER WANTED: As an entry level management employee you will learn the operation of our business from the ground up. Working side by side with one of our district training managers, you will get hands on experience as well as an awareness of our company culture and business philosophy. This paid training program extends for 90 days and will prepare you to run your own facility as the next step in your development process. RESPONSIBILITIES: As a facility manager for Healthcare Services Group, your responsibilities will include: • Managing a stf between 10-25 employees • Recruitment and training of all front line staff • Responsibility for daily payroll and budget management • Acting as a liaison between the facility and HCSG • Marketing our services to other facilities in the area • Developing a strong assistant manager • Day to day oversee of the operations in the departments • Ordering supplies PROMOTIONAL POSSIBILITIES: Healthcare Services group, Inc. has several levels of management throughout the organization, which allows every management person to move on a career path best suited for their skills and talents. These opportunities include: • Account manager • Training manager • Area (key) manager • District manager ° Regional manager • Regional sales director With performance-based promotional opportunities, you have the flexibility to chart your own professional course. COMPETITIVE SALARY: Comprehensive benefit package includes health, dental, life, disability, 401k, stock purchase plan and awarding stock options. Please send your resume to: jesus.lira@hcsgcorp.com ,13. 2014 Cliff Cliff .4:00/7:30 District TBA 6:00 C0000lcntine (Jun A great Valentine alternative Friday, 2/14 6:::30 PM-9:30 PM Lordsburg High School Cafeteria * 401 W. 4th Street No Alco hol Ages 14& Up For ticket information call 575.534.5292 (Lucy's Cell) or 575.313.5015 (Ruth's cell) Catering, decorations and music by professionals. o. /B W " HELP WANTED • HELP WANTED • HELP WANTED