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HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD. FRIDAY rAPRIL2, 2010 LHS releases second semester honor roll Seniors 4.0 Average None 3.0 Average Matthew Aguilera EJ Brito Robert Chaires JoAnn Clark Brittany Collins Caleb DeLaGarza Page Gonzalez Luis Higuera Darian Jarrott Ivan Ponce Leonard Ramirez Serena Sanders Juniors 4.0 Average Alysha Marquez Micah Montiel Denette Mora Kayla Newell 3.0 Average Caesar Alvarez Beatrice Areedondo Sarah Atilano Lindsey Baird Laura Carbajal Natasha Craig Michael DeLaGarza Alisha Gonzalez Ashley Gutierrez Abel Lara Valerie Mend0za Mimi Montoya Zachary Talavera Ruben Tovar Anthony Tucker LHS track competes at Safford meet Courtesy submission The 2010 track season is well underway. On Thursday, March 25, both boys and girls team competed in Safford. The Mavericks were able to improve times and distance and were able to score many points through out the meet. Athletes that placed in Safford were as follows: Girls 4x100 relay of Heather Mesa. Rachelle Gomez, Selena Munoz, and Emily Alvarez. 5 * Boys 4x100 relay of Caleb DeLaGarza. Javi Dominguez, Adrian Rodriguez. and Kenny Evans. 4 th Boys Long Jump Adrian Rodriguez, 7 th Girls Long Jump Rachelle Gomez. 3 rd Boys Triple Jump Abel Lara. 5 th Girls 100 Hurdles Selena Munoz, 6th. Heather Mesa 7 th Boys 110 Hurdles Abel Lara, 5 th Boys 300 Hurdles, Kenny Evans. 3 rd Girls 300 Hurdles Heather Mesa 4th. Selena Munoz 7 m Girls Long Jump Rachelle Gomez 3 a The LHS Track Team will be back in action Tuesday April 6 at the Silver City Invitational and again Friday April 9 again in Silver for the Hidalgo county Relays. THis years team has 38 athletes competing. Sophomores 4.0 Average None 3.0 Average Riley Allen Ryan Allen Kenneth Evans Rachelle Gomez Hailey Gonzalez Demetria Jarroit Kristin Lopez Kristopher Montenegro Matthew Sprott Melissa Thomas Freshmen 4.0 Average Cory Sprott Christopher Whitmore 3.0 Average Christian Carbajal Anthony Garcia Cristian Grado ,Mariah Grado Kristen Gutierrez Brandon Jacquez Selina Munoz Jonathan Murillo Michelle Thomas Danielle Tovar Southside Honor Roll students selected CULBERSON ALL A HONOR LATICIA ESCOBAR BROOKLYN KEMPTON CULBERSON A & B HONOR ROLL CODY BARKA LOUIE GOMEZ FAITH HOOD KATIE MARTINEZ TRISTAN ROJAS HORACIO ZAMBRANO EVERTSON ALL A HONOR ROLL MICHAEL HERNANDEZ HOPE HOOD ANISSA PLOWMAN BRANDIN ROMERO SANTIAGO TRANCOSO EVERTSON A & B HONOR ROLL LASHEA ALVAREZ MIGUEL ARMENTA IAN DELGADO NOAH FARIAS FATIMA GANDARILLA CAMERON GARCIA LAYLA MEZA 2nd Round Copper State at the ACP mud race Thomas Chavez advancing in 2010 racing season Thomas Chavez's 20t0 racing season is underway. After much hard work and dedication, he wrapped his 2009 season up on a strong note. His fight to win and point accumulation moved him up to the Novice Class. So far this year he has been competing m the Copper State Series at ACP in Phoenix. AZ. and also the final rounds of the Tularosa Series in Tularosa, NM. Chavez. 'of Lordsburg, has and will continue to train hard for his ultimate goal of 2010: qualifying for the Ponca National Champion- ships that are scheduled to take place in Oklahoma at the end of JUly. Along with traveling to various tracks throughout New Mexico and Arizona. his training schedule is going full force six days out of the week. alternating between bike time. weight training, sta- tionary bike riding, and pylometrics. After a crash last weekend and several rough months of hard work headed his way, Thomas is staying dedicated to his dream. How- ever. he would not be able to do so without the support of great people in his life. The Chavez Family would like to thanks his Uncle Jason and Aunt Michelle Barker for the use of their land and his won- derful Grandpa for all his sup- port. Chavez's sponsors in- clude Oneal. Amsoil. Gaerne. SixSixOne and Decalworks. Tularosa Series MARIA REYES, ANGEL RODRIGUEZ ZOE SERNA-JARROTT VALERIE SILVAS CONWAY A & B HONOR ROLL ARMANDO BEJARANO GREG CUEVAS KAYLA FLOYD HEATH ALL A HONOR ROLL DEVIN GOMEZ MARINA MONTEZ HEATH A & B HONOR ROLL RYAN ROYBAL BRANDON SAENZ DTMS students participate in Battle of the Books On March 13, 2010, seven DTMS students participated in the Battle of the Books which was held in Las Cruces. Pictured above are Jessica Gonzalez, Aryn Gandara, Jessica Sanchez, Kristopher Artiaga, Korey Montenegro, Taylor Hayes, Martin Lopez and Sponsor Gloria Mata.They were spon- sored by Gloria Mata,Tina Hayes, Maria Sanchez and Lucrecia Medina. The students were in reading groups with students from other districts. Jessica Gonzalez placed 1 =, Jessica Sanchez, Kris Artiaga andTaylor Hayes each placed 2 nd. The DTMS team will be traveling to the State Competition which will take place in Artesia on May 1. Courtesy photo Jason Bishop brings magic to the Safford Center for the Arts Courtesy submission Looking for a little magic that's perfect for your whole family? You'll find it at the Cen- ter for the Arts in Safford on Thursday, April 8. 2010 at 7:00 PM. when Jason Bishop, America's hottest illusionist, takes the stage. The hip, high-tech pet- former, who is best known for being the only illusionisl to perform the awe-inspiring double levitation on tour. will astonish audiences of all ages with his sleight-of-hand acts during a fast-paced. 90-minute show. From his breathtaking double levitation to his cutting edge Op:Art and Plasma screen illusions. Jason Bishop features stunning and original state of the art magic One thing that distinguishes Bishop is his vir- tuosity, Each show features award winning sleight of hand. exclu'sive grand illusions and even close-up magic projected onto a huge movie screen. No other touring illusionist show- c/s such a diverse array of tal- ents Additionally, the show is delivered.with a totally modern energy and an outstanding rock and pop soundtrack. An international award-win-. nlng illusionist. Bishop was the youngest person to win the Magician's Alliance of Eastern States Stage Award and one of the youngest people to compete in the Society of American Magi- cians World-Class competition. His peers have also honored him with the prestigious Jack Gwynne Award for Excellence in Presen- tation. Bishop and his talented as- sistant, Kim Hess. have been tour- ing the country in many notable venues for years. Norwegian What's Happening In Ms. Arredondo's Whoville By RYAN ROYBAIJSouthside This week we had the state test and it was reading. Remember to get a lot of rest. and eat healthy. This week we are going to have a Thirsty Thursday because there is no school on Friday. So there will be no Fun Friday, but we made up a name for Fun Thursday, it is Thirsty Thursday. We want to have pretzels and Hot Cheetos. and root beer floats, but only if we do all of our work. and are good learners. Ms. An-edondo says. And she means it! Last Friday, those of us that behaved and did our work. we had pizza and juice and we read books together and to each other'. We took off our. shoes and danced. We had a great time. Grandma Pat is a great helper in classrooms. She'helps makes copy's and grades papers. Mrs. Conner is our music and art teacher. In her class, we are learning about lines of symmetry. We are drawing the other half of the frog, because the other half is already done for us. Last week our tudent of the week was Jonathan Saucedo. Happy birthday to our Fine-Feathered-Friend Eric Diaz who celebrated his birthday on March 30 th. And thank you to Marina "Max" Montez's parents who donated prizes for good behavior, and mints for our testing. Until next week. your reporter, Ryan Roybal. Cruise lines, Caroline's on Broad- way and the Tropicana Hotel in Atlantic City. Learn more about The Ja" son Bishop Show and/or watch videos from past events at http:/ / www.thejasonbishopshow.com. Tickets are $10, general seating, and $15 for reserve seating. Tickets are on sale lo- cally at Richard's Music Com- pany and Bookworms or call the box office at 928-348-7070. The Center for the Arts is lo- cated at 980 S. 14 th Avenue, Safford, AZ. If you go: What: The Jason Bishop Show Where: Stafford Center for the Arts. 980 S. 14 th Ave, Safford, AZ When: 7:00 p.m. Thurs- day, April 8 Tickets: $10 and $15. Online: http:// www.thej asonbishopshow.com [  Hidalgo County Learning Cente::,  ' ,,;.,.,," ..,...,,, WNP4,.U W6ekJ.rWor3 d It is that time of year again to register for summer and fall classes! Schedules are now on the Western New Mexico University web page. Register as soon as possible because classes fill up fast. If you have not applied for financial aid. students may come by the office ot pick up a FASFA brochure and it will explain how to apply online. Hidalgo County Learning Center Fall 2010 schedule: ACAD-101 Student Success Seminar Tues 5:30-8:15 PM CJUS-111 Intro to Criminal Justice T&T 2-3:15 PM (ITV) CMPS- 111 Computer Literacy-PC Thurs 6-8:45 PM COMM-110 Public Speaking Tues 6:30-9:15 PM DVSM-101 Dev..Math Wed 5-7:45 PM HIST-201 American History I Mon 5-7:45 PM SOC-101 Intro to Sociology Tues 5-7:45 PM More ITV classes may be added. GED Instruction is still going on from 6-8 PM on Mondays, Thurs- days and Fridays at the Hidalgo Learning Center. Patsy Chavez is the instructor and can be reached at 542-3320. The center will be open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thurs- days from 9 AM to 5 PM. During registration days will be extended to Fridays. Call Becky at 542-3315 or 519-0306 (cell) during working hours. We Love Yout Kelly, Milla. Magi, Michelle, Anthonio & Adrian THANK YOU I would like to thank the persons who signed the petition for Irene Galvan, to retain her position. The City Council did not accept the petition. Thank You for your SUPPORT. Me qustaria dar !as gracias a las perso- nas que firmado la peticion para que Irene Galvan, para que conserver su posicion. El Ayuntamiento (o el Concilio) no acepto la petition. Gracias pot su APOYO, Lttz Marqtle COOKOUTI Saturday, April 17th North Park--Lordsburg Our Democratic state and local candidates will be visiting with the public. EIIJOY GilEilt; mUSIC illlD FOOD PLUS IlHFFLE PIlIZES EVEIlY HIILF HOUR. PLEIISE JOIII US! For further information please call: Robert Parra 575-313-9102 or Lupe Ramos 575-546-1934