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HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 10,2010 5 Budget cuts force , program cuts at LHS By ALEX BEJARANOILHS study showed that the educa- New Mexico's constitution tional system is lacking more it reqmres a. "uniform system of than 350 million dollars for fund- free public schools sufficient to ing of school districts through- the education of and open to all out the state. children of school age in the state Last year, the Lordsburg shall be established and main- School District lost a number of tained". This means that under our staff members due to resignation state's constitution that educe- and relocation. Most of those tion is a priority, positions were not refilled. In 2009, statistics showed At Lordsburg High School. l that for the past severalyears edu- certain educational programs cation spending has diminished have been affected by these due to funding issues. A two-year changes. Advanced Placement HYRA to host w.s hit hard this year, go- ing from three AP classes to only one. and the foods, child devel- opment, and life skills classes SWNM finals were all removed from the sched- t ule. Because of the small amount October 16 of student interest in taking courses with the rigor of AP, and Lady Mavericks beat C0bre, bring record to 5-2 The Hidalgo Youth Rodeo the elimination of one half of an Association (HYRA) is hosting English position as well as one The Lady Mavs took the Lady Indians in three straight games to win the match; 25-23; 25-16 and 25-23. Lordsburg looked extremely the Southwest New Mexico Finals half of a Social Studies position good in this match, with all players contributing as they continue their winning ways.The Lady Mavericks are next scheduled to play this (a competition of youth rodeo the AP U.S. History course had to weekend at the Morenci tournament. Above left, Alyssa Gonzalez (#12) spikes the ball over the net towards a defending Lady Indian. organizations) on October 16, be dropped from two courses Above right, Karissa Murillo taps the ball over two waiting Cobre defenders.This victory brings the Lady Mavericks to 5-2. 2010 at the Hidalgo County Fair- down to one. and AP Rhetoric and Photos by LORENZO ALBA, JRJfor the Hidalgo County Herald grounds inLordsburg, NM. This Composition coursehadto be Lordsburg mavericks trounce Hatch Bears 35 15 will be an all-day competition of eliminated altogether in favor of ,,, 5 teams: Lordsburg, Doming, Sil- a regular English class.. , l ver City, Reserve & Las Cruces - AP rigor courses at the senior By LORENZO ALBA, JR.Ifor the slow offensively 'with a qu!ck though they were being slowly score again with 2:52 left on a 1- each bringing 24 members, level were also eliminated from Hidalgo County Herald -- four and out on their first posses- but surely worn down by the yard run by Caesar Alvarez. He The rodeo will start at the schedule due to the small The Mavericks opened their sion; however they did capital- Mavericks. also set that touchdown up with 8:00am. Food vendors and trade class loads for AP while the class new stadium with a convincing ize on a fumble by the Bears. The Mavericks scored again a 34-yard scamper to the l-yard show will run all day. Dance at- loads for regular,.less rigorous, victory over past rival. Hatch Chris Sanchez fumble recovery with 9,.'09 left in the game. This line two plays prior. Murillo's terwards (approx 8 or 9pm). senior level English and Govern- Bears this past Friday night with 6:23 left in the first quarter time on a 20-yd pass from quar- kick was good again and that was All events are free admission! merit courses were too large for Lordsburg's offense came alive in sparked the Mavericks momen- terbaclt Bo Martinez to receiver about the entire Maverick Come watch the rodeo, do some just one class, the second half and scored 35 to- tum. Alan landeros. The Mavericks needed. i early Christmas shopping and For AP to be possible next tel to up end the Bears 35-15. And with 2:35 left in the first opted or a two-point conversion Caesar Alvarez ended the enjoy the dance!!! year the number of students want- The Bears came out firing in quarter, the Maverick's quarter- this tinge and were successful with game with 28 carries for 166 to- Anyone interested in having ing to take AP has to increase, all cylinders, playing very physi- back. Bo Martinez scored Daniel Talavera running it in tel yards on the ground and two a booth can contact, Kay "'Until we get more support cal football. The scored first with Lordsburg's first varsity touch- with egse. The Mavericks led for touchdowns. Quarterback Bo Peterson, for an application 575- from the state, money's going to 9:31 left in the first quarter on a down in the new stadium's his- the f'lrt time in the game 21-15. Martinez ran for 25 yards on 8 T]te Maverick fans were in carries with two touchdowns on 436-2611. One is also attached be tight and the District is going 5-yard run by Joshua Chavez. The tory with a keep down the middle, frenzy by now and with good rea- the ground and also threw for a to this email to share freely. Food to have to watch how it's spent extra-point was blocked by the The drive was sparked by hard- son as Mavericks defense held on touchdown. Kenny Evans carried vendors $40 and anything non- with the interest of all students," Maverick's Caesar Alvarez and nose runs down the middle of the a criti:al 4 t and five with 7:01 the ball 7 times for 19 yards. food $20. All vendor fees go to- said Lordsburg High School prin- Hatch led early 0-6. field by fullback Caesar Alvarez. left in the game. The Mavericks Dominick Rodriguez had 2 car- wards prizes for the kids!!! cipal, J. Vance Lee Jr. The Mavericks started out The extra point was missed and it offens capitalized' and scored on ries for 12 yards. Alan Landeros was all tied up. 6-6. 19-yd run by Bo Martinez with had one reception for 20 yards and The rest of the half was very 4:01 left in the game. DD a touchdown. defensive on both sides of the Murillo's kick was good again The Mavericks are now 1-1 ball. until the last minute of the and th Mavericks now led 28- onthe season and will face Cobre game when Hatch blocked a punt 15. this Friday night at home. It was into the Mavericks end zone for That was Martinez's second a good win for. the Mavericksin a safety and then was set up with touchdown on the ground and he front of a capacity crowd. Defen- good field position with los than had also thrown for another sively they were once again back a minute left in the half. touchdown contributing to three to form. The Bears would score on a TDs total, The Mavericks would 32-yard pass from quarterback Ani Panth edge Geno Angel to receiver Kurtis mas ers out Molinar with :18 left in the half and the extra point was good and Melrose Buffaloes 28 24 the Bears would take a 6-15 lead - ,, ........ into the locker room in front of a stunned Maverick crowd. By ELIZABETH RICHINSIHidalgo County Herald The second half was all The Mighty Animus Panther Football team defeated the Melrose Lordsburg! They came out with a Buffaloes, on Friday, September 3, at Melrose's home field. Melrose different attitude and played was ranked #1 in the State. but Animas bumped them down with a win hard, physical football with heart, of 28-24. The game was close throughout the whole night, and the They drove down the field right score was tied at 16 at the half. During the 2 nd half. though, Michael at the Bears defense and wore Evans, a junior at Animus High School. caught an interception to ,--hi ca ,--hi high them down. make a touchdown for his team. He also made another TD during the maverick Cheerleaders kee n s rits Caesar Alvarez. scored on a game, along with Gabriel Hernandez, a senior, who contributed 2 touch- The Lordsburg High School Cheerleaders did very well rooting for the Mavericks at the first home 32-yard scamper with 5:10 left in downs for the team. Along with their 4 touchdowns, the Panthers also game last Friday night against Hatch. Pictured above are (back) Kayla Gonzalez, Raehelle Gomez, the third quarter with DD had 2 successful two-point conversions, leaving the final score 28-24. Starr Gonzalez, Allyah Gallegos, dodi Madero, Cory Sprott i Emily Alvarez, DevanyWhipple, Marissa Murillo's kick good. The Maver- The Panthers will be back on the field on Friday, September 10. Ruiz, Jessica Sanchez, Gabby Gutierrez, Ashley Martinez, Jessica Gonzalez, (front} Sarah Atilano, icks were in business. Now only They will travel to Duncan to take on the Wildkats and game time will Emily Atilano, Denette More, Valerie Mendoza, Joey Ruiz arid Ashley Gutierrez. trailing 13-15. and after three pe- be at 7:30. Come on out and show your support for our boys as they riods of play the Bears still led continue, to work their way up to the top! Courtesy photo Dugan Tarango Middle School Dugan rorongo Middle School Animos High School Dogie Football Dogie Volleyboll : 2010 Football 2010-2011 2010-2011 Date " Location Game Time DATE OPPONENT TIME DATE OPPONENT LOCATION TIME Thurs.,Aug. 26 at Snell (7-8) 4:00/5:00PM August 20 @ Valley Union 6:00 p.m. August28 LaPlata Home 11:00AM Tues.,Aug.31 Duncan 4:00/5:00PM August 27 vs. Tatum 6:00 p.m. September 9 @ Snell Away 4:00 PM Tues., Sept. 7 la Plata (7-8) 4:00/5:00 PM Thurs. Sept. 9 Morenci. AZ(7-8) 4:00/5:00PM September 3 @ Melrose 4:00 p.m. Septernberll Thatcher Home 11:00AM Sat.Sept. 11 MVChristian (7-8) 11:00AM/12:OOPM September 10 @ Duncan 7:30 p.m. September 18 Huachuca City, AZ Home 11:00 AM Thurs. Sept. 16 at Hatch (7-8) 4:00/5:00 PM Septernber21 MVChristian Home 4:00PM Tues. Sept. 21 at La Plata (7-8) 4:00/5:00PM September 18 @ Menaul 10:00 a.rn. October2 @ Morenci, AZ Away 2:00PM Thurs. Sept. 23 Snell(7-8) 4:00/5:00PM September 24 vs. Gateway 7:0,0 p.m. Sat., Sept. 25 at MV Christian 11:00 AM/12:00 PM (mdt) Tues. Sept. 28 Animus (7-8) 3:00/4:00 PM October 1 vs, J uarez 7:00 p.m. October7 @HatchValtey Away 4:00PM Sat. Oct. 2 atMorenci, AZ Round Robin (7-8) TBA October 9 vs. Foothills 100 p.rn, Head Coach: Jason Hawley Assistant Coach: Tommy Lopez Athletic Director: Don Smith Head Coach: Tom Stidham October 15 vs. Mountainair 7:00 p.m. Principal: Leo Garcia SuPerintendent: Jim Barentine Assistant Coach: Amanda Guerrero Athletic Director: Don Smith Principal: eo Garcia Superintendent: Jim Barentine October 22 @ Reserve 3:00 p.m. Animas High School ,0,0 I Scrimmage @ San Simon August 20 August 31 September 10 September 11 September 14 September 21 September 24.25 September 28 October 1 October 2 October 9 October 14 October 21 October 23 November 11-13 @ Duncan 5/6 PM @ M0renci Tournament TBA L0rdsburg 516 PM Duncan 5/6 PM @ Capitan Tournament TBA @ L0rdsburg 5/6 PM Carriz0z0 4/5 PM @ Reserve 1/2/3 PM @ Quemad0 2/3/4 PM Reserve 4/5/6 PM @ Carriz0z0 1/2 PM Quemad0 2t3/4 PM District TBA 1st Round of State TBA State TBA THE FOLLOWING 00USINESSES & INDIVIDUAIL$ SUPPORTERS 00..,.es,nsuranc. r Tile LORlUlJR6 POLIO[ ATHLETIC (PAIL) Tr PNM _ -- LADY MAVERICK VOLLEYBALL - - o s uck Stop 2010 LORDSBURG HIGH SCHOOL r  , .  "  Lordsburg Cycle Works . =  ...... Jim Fd.& Sat,, Augt/stO.21 r MaglalTourney(VNN ) TBA --l  * *. l* = . MAVERICK P-OOTBALL g r .... Aug,t24 s,s,(v-v) 5:oo;coM e,,nl(eg,onalmea,cal.enter Tura. August 26 @ Cobe (C-.V.V) 4:0CS:00/6.CO PM Canon Stevens PATe, #tOIIE rME Thursday, August 19 vs. Silver-C/JVN (Scrimmage) Thursday, August 26 Friday, August ")7 Thursday, September 2 Friday, September 3 Thursday, September 9 Friday, September 10 Thursday, September t6 Friday. September t7 Thursday, September 23 Friday, September 24 Saturday, September 25 Friday. October 1 Friday. October 8 Friday, October 15 Friday, October 22 Friday, October 29 Saturday, November 13 Saturday, November 20 Saturday, November 27 5:30 PM JV.vs, Wiltcox. AZ 6:00PM @ Willcox, AZ 8:00 PM JV @ Hatch Valley 6:00 PM vs, Hatch Valley 7:00 PM JV @ Cobra 6:0OPM vs. Cobre '* Homecoming*'* 7:00 PM JV va. Silver 6".00 PM **" OPEN*** JV vs. Doming 9th 5:00 PM @ Hot Spnngs 7:OO PM JV vs, Hot Spnngs 11:00 AM / @ Anthony. TX 7:OO PM | vs. Ruidoeo 7:00 PM vs, Laguna Acorns 7:OO PM @ Estaneis @ Tutarosa State Quarter4inats State Semi-finals State Championship Tues. August 31 @ Duran. AZ (JV*V) 5:OO/6;OO PM ,  11 @ Moten Tournament TEIA Tuai Sal, 14 vs, Animus [JV-V) 5:OO6:OO PM Thu. Sept. 16 @ 8an 81mort (JV-V) 5:00/6:00 PM malt Tues. 8pt. 21 v CO (C-JV*V) 4:oo/5:oo/6:oo PM Tue Sept. 28 @ Anlrna (JVV) 5:00/6:00 PM Tue Oerlober 5 . MI.JIS Vfley Christie1 (JV-V) 5:00/6:30 PM Sl. October g @ Tulero (C-JV*V} 1 :OO/2:t3:O0 PM Set, Otol0er 16 VS. CtetuJc.roft {Jr-V) 2:00/3:00 PM Sat. October 3 VS.TuI(CJVV) 1:00/2:00/3:00 PM TUOL October 26 @ Mesllla Vafley Christian (3V-V) 5:00A5:;30 PM Sat. October 30 @ Old'din'Oft (Jr-V} 2;OO/3:OO PM Men. Novr't'd: 1 Ot4ct Toerrament (V) 6:00 PM TU. Novecnbr 2 district Toutn&mert (v) 6:00 PM Ttl. November 4 Dtrict Tournament IV) 6:CO PM at` No'bra district Championship (V) 6:co PM Thurs.-at, NOV. t 1-13 Stele Tournament (V) T.PA. 7:OO PM TE Sept. 11 Upper Maverleks vs. eardi,als 1:00 PM Fox Field TBA TBA Jerry Turner Truck Service Det.aGarza Carpet Cleaning Abeyta Physical Theropy Dorr Shannon dba Short Co. Triple T Plumbing Smith Ford Ibarra Family Western Bank PAL Cottage House Hidalgo County Herald Saucedo's Supermarket Days Inn Circle H HMS Lower Mavericks vs. Jaguars 10:80 AM Stout Field D.awg G.one Plumbing & Heating Flag Maverleks vs. Pobeats 9:00 AM Fox Field Robert Swan ' ill 'tit, TI",! tii'r"l"]l " " ,IIlF"; i,ll lift 1I [rl, Illlilll,,llillHl'Ulllliilllll/ - - -- ....... _