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HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2014 5 In 00oventure NMSU program now seeking entrepreneurial students with creative ideas By AMANDA BRADFORD/ day life." communicate their ideas," NMSU There's no cost for the stu- Borchert said. Do you know a middle- or dents or the advisers to partici- Borchert said the goal of the high-school student with a knack pate, and signing up is as easy as program is to teach the students for creative thinking who's look- joining the Innoventure social entrepreneurial thinking and give ing for a fun challenge this network at http://innoventure them hands-on experience with school year? Registration is now Team mere- creating something useful. open for the Innoventure program bers sign up individually and "Entrepreneurs really do at New Mexico State University's then form a group for the team. think differently," Borchert said. Arrowhead Center. Through the network, teams can "They're able to take diverse sets keep up on important information of information and find patterns Now in its 12th year, and ask questions about their that lead them to new solutions lnnoventure encourages middle- projects, using the technology to important problems. and high-school students to use much as they would in the busi- "We want more of those science, technology, engineering ness world. The site also has video people in the world, because our and math to solve business prob- presentations, photos and re- problems are becoming more and lems. sources to help teams along the more complex," she added. Students from across New way. Contest winners will be Mexico spend about seven The program culminates in a awarded high-tech prizes like months developing technology competition May 1, 2015, at cameras and tablet devices for to address a specific theme and Corbett Center, when judges - first, second and third place. Win- building a business plan to turn including educators and mem- ners at the high-school level will their idea into a marketable prod- bers of the business community also each receive a $350 scholar- uct. Registration for this year's - will evaluate the teams on their ship to attend NMSU. program continues through Sept. final products, as well as the work 19. For more information about The challenge this year is to that went into them. Innoventure or to sign up for free, create an.innovative product us- "The judges look for creativ- visit http://innoventurenet ing materials that are recyclable ity and innovation, understand- For additional - a theme selected by the stu- ing of the engineering concepts questions, contact Borchert at dents in the program last year. that went behind the products, or 575- the first quarter. Marie Borchert, education spe- and how well the students can 646-7839. The Mavericks cialist at Arrowhead Center who I the first possession versees Innventure' said as SI h  A I many as 70percent of the students 0, e e courtesy NM of the game on a 6- in the program return for another Fi ki g  p  Dept" fl yard pass frm round - some as many as five or   e OP Game & Fish Johnny Plowman to six times. Jacob Esquivel. The "It really helps them to make This fishing report, provided by If you have a catch of the extra point try was the connection between what Bill Dunn and the Department of week story or just want to tell us botched by a bad they're learning in the classroom Game and Fish, has been goner- about your latest New Mexico snap. The Lobos ran and the real world," Borchert ated,from the best information fishing experience, send it to us a long pass play on said. "Research has shown there available from area officers and at We their first play of the is a gap there, and the more we anglers. Conditions encountered may include your story in our night, only to be in- can help them bridge that gap, the after the report is compiled may next report. For catches of the tercepted by JJ better off we'll be." differ, as stream, lake and week, include name, date, and lo- Escobar. On the sec- Many of the teams who par- weather conditions alter fish and cation, type of fish, length and ond play of the ticipate are based at a school, but angler activities, weight if possible and bait, lure drive, Plowman ran the groups can also be made up CATCHES OF THE WEEK: or fly used. 71 yards for a touch- of homeschooled students, mem- - Abiquiu Reservoir: Sept. 5, SOUTHWEST AREA down. The PAT bers of a church or Scouting Andres Alvarado and Darryl Bear Canyon: Fishing was slow failed on a pass try, group, or a collection of friends. Miller, both age 11, of Santa Fe for all species, making the score 12- All they need is a parent or other caught limits of walleye while Bill Evans Lake: Fishing was 0in favor of the Mav- adult adviser who can help guide trolling 600 series Orange Crush slow for all species, cricks. The Lobos them through the project and en- courage them to meet their dead- lures at Abiquiu. Caballo Lake: Fishing was slow could not get any- . Bluewater Lake: Sept. 5, Steve to fair using minnows, stink bait thing going on of- lines during the development Rezac of Albuquerque caught a and night crawlers for channel fense as they turned process. Each team gets a budget of 44-inch, 22.5-pound tiger musky, catfish. We had no reports on the ball over on a $50 to develop a product using He was using a crank bait. Sept. other species, fumble on the first recyclable materials. The students 6, Matthew Soto of Albuquerque Elephant Butte Lake: Fishing play of the posses- are expected to design and create caught a 41-inch tiger musky. He was slow to fair using crank baits, sion. The fumble a functional product prototype, a was fishing near the dam and us- grubs and minnows for white was recovered by strong marketing plan and a well- ing celery, bass. Fishing for largemouth bass Esquivel after Plow- written and .well-organized busi- ;..glo Lake: Spt.k and.smallmouth,bass was slow. man. stripped the Sophomore Jaime Artiaga had four tackles Friday night, including the one above. Photos courtesy FRANK ACOSTAILordsburg Mavericks stkt0000: out Lobos at home 54-0 ond quarter a little better than the first. Even though they had 17 passing plays, the Lobos could not reach the end zone. For the Mavericks, Jeremy Pantoja rushed for 42 yards on 6 plays and scored the lone touchdown with a nice 7 yard run. The PAT kick failed 71-yard touchdown on 7 carries. Raymond Saucedo ran for 67 yards and a 25 yard touchdown on 9 carries. Jeremy Pantoja rushed for a total of 43 yards in- cluding a nice 19 yard run and ness plan using-the Business Model Canvas: ' ' "We want them to do some- thing to chang e the use of the material, not the state," Borchert explained. "They need to create something that's useful in every- Plps-:of Aztec caught,and re,  i'iT% 4,5-pound Sii0tith bass. He was using a senko. Sept. 7, Matt Peters of Las Cruces caught and released a 4.25-pound largemouth bass. He was using a senko. DTMS Lady Dogies lose to Cobre The Dugan-Tarango Middle School Dogies hosted Cobre recently, losing to the Lady Indians. Pictured above waiting to assist Ashley Saucedo are Averie Chavez, Artie Romero and Annalisa Castaneda. Photo courtesy JAMIE DIAZ/Lordsburg 2014 Lordsburg Maverick Volleyball DATE OPPONENT TIME Tuesday, August 26 @ Silver 6:30 PM Thursday, August 28 @ Animas 6:30 PM Saturday, Sept. 6 Morenci Invite TBA Tuesday, Sept. 9 @ Hot Springs 6:00 PM 11 vs. Animas 6:30 PM Fri-Sat, Sept. 19/20 Tuesday, Sept. 23 Thursday, Sept. 25 Tuesday, Sept. 30 Tuesday, Sept. 30 Tuesday, October 14 Saturday, October 18 Tuesday, October 21 Saturday, October 25 Tuesday, October 28 Saturday, November 1 Monday, November 3 Tuesday, November 4 Thursday, November 6 Saturday, November 8 Thurs.-Sat. Nov. 9-15 Cloudcroft Invite TBA vs. Hot Springs 6:00 PM vs. Silver 6:30 PM vs. Cobre 6:30 PM vs. Cobre 6:30 PM vs. Mesilla Valley 6:00 PM vs. Capitan 1:00 PM @ Tularosa 6:00 PM @ Mesilla Valley 1:00 PM vs. Tularosa 6:00 PM @ Capitan 1:00 PM District Tourn 6:00 PM District Tourn 6:00 PM District Tourn 6:00 PM District Champ 2:00 PM State Tourn. T.B.A :riday, September 12 @ Zuni 7:00 PI Subject to change Fishing was fair to good using shiners, shrimp, hot dogs, chicken liver and night crawlers for catfish. We had no reports on other species. The surface water temp was in the high 70s. Eseondida Lake: Fishing was slow to fair using shrimp, hot dogs, liver and night crawlers for catfish. Fishing for all other spe- cies was slow. Gila River: Water flow on the Gila as of this past Monday was 55 cfs. We had no reports from anglers this week. Glenwood Pond: We had no re- ports from. anglers this week. Lake Roberts: We had no reports from anglers this week. Percha Dam: Fishing was slow for all species. Quemado Lake: Fishing was fair using crank baits, jerk baits and silver minnows for tiger musky. Fishing for trout was fair to good using Power Bait, Pistol Petes and worms. Rio Grande: Water flow below Elephant Butte on Monday was .35 cfs. Fishing was slow for all species. Snow Lake: We had no reports from anglers this week. Young Pond: Fishing was slow to fair using hot dogs, worms and Courtesy information The Lordsburg Mavericks won their second game of the year beating the Academia Juarez Lobos by a score of 54-0. The Mavericks scored 34 points in scored on a 7-yard touchdown. In the passing department, Johnny Plowman connected on 14 out of 17 passes and 203 yards and 4 touchdowns. Jacob Esquivel led all receivers with 74 yards on 5 recep- tions and 2 touch- downs. JJ Escobar had 3 receptions for 63 yards including a 38 yard touchdown. Saucedo also had 3 catches for 32 yards, Marty Lopez caught 3 passes for 16 yards, Jaime Artiaga had 2 receptions for 5 yards, and Alejandro Estrada 1 catch for a 20 yard touchdown. The re- ceiver did a great job of blocking downfield on run- ning plays all night. The offensive line consisting of An- thony Tovar, Cameron DeFoor, Gage Elias, Chris ball from the Lobo dJ Escobar had a great night against the Lobos, inter- runnirtg back. Plow-cepfing their only valid drive during the first quarter. He man then hit Escobar also had three i'eceptions for 63 yards gained--one earn- for a 38-yard touch- ing a touchdown nod from the refs. down pass on the next play. The 2-point conversion was good on a pass from Plow- man that bounced off Esquivel and then caught by Raymond Saucedo on a spectacular catch making the score 20-0. On their next possession, the Lobos ran two plays on offense only to have a pass intercepted by Saucedo who ran for 38 yards. Plowman then connected with Alejandro Estrada on a nice 20-yard touch- down pass. The extra point kick was good by Marty Lopez. The Mavericks were now ahead 27-0. The Mavericks regained posses- sion of the ball after forcing the Lobos to punt on fourth down. The Lobos regained possession of the ball after a Maverick fumble on the ninth play of the drive. The Maverick defense again forced the Lobos to punt and started the drive on their own 9 yard line. Plowman hit Esquivel on a 58 yard pass on the first play. After a few plays, Plowman again connected with Esquivel for a 7- yard touchdown pass. Lopez then kicked the extra point to make the score 34-0 at the end of the liver for catfish. We had on re- first quarter. ports on other species. The Lobos started the sec- making the score 40-0 into half- time. The Mavericks would stop the Lobos on four plays their'first possession of the third quarter. On their ensuing drive, Maverick running back Raymond Saucedo scampered for a 25-yard touch- down run, breaking a few tackles on the way. Lopez ran for the PAT conversion after another bad snap for the kick. The Mavericks took a 47-0 lead. On the next posses- sion, the Lobos tried a middle screen pass on their first play but was snuffed out by Esquivel who intercepted the pass and ran 42 yards for the defensive touch- down, making the score 54-0. The game was over with 4:45 left in the third quarter. In New Mexico a game is over anytime a team is ahead by 50 points or more in the second half of the game. The Maverick offense had 451 yards on 47 plays for the night, with 248 rushing and 203 passing. Leading rushers for the Mavericks were Johnny Plow- man with 121 yards and a long Arambula, ...... a'nd Damion -/acquez again had success in blocking on Offen- sive plays all game. The Maverick "Black Magic" Defense again had a stellar performance by holding the Lobos to 64 total yards of offense. Plowman led in tack- les with 8, followed by Escobar with 7 and Esquivel 6. Follow- ing with 4 tackles each were Lopez, Artiaga, and Estrada. With 3 tackles each were Pantoja, Tovar and Elias. Jer- emy Salazar had 2 tackles, a quarterback sack, and 2 hurries. Plowman also caused 2 fumbles and recovering a fumble was Esquivel. Escobar and Saucedo each had one pass interception as did Esquivel with a 42-yard interception return for a touch- down to end the game. Tovar and Estrada also had 2 quarter- back hurries. The Mavericks will be mak- ing the long trip to take on the Zuni Thunderbirds on Friday, Sept. 12. Kickoff time is 7:00 PM. The Mavericks next home game is on Friday, October 3 against the Cobre Indians. 2014 Lordsburg Maverick Football DATE OPPONENT Thursday, August 21 Silver City (Scrimmage) Friday, August 29 vs. Willcox, AZ Friday, September 5 vs. Academia Juarez 5 ;-542 I 00L_.Mom & Pop sPyro Shop 1000 Birchfield Street ' Lordshurg, NM We are right next to's 7)'uck Stop GUN DEALER out our se,00ion ofAM M 0 ! We do transfers for $20 TIME 6:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM @ Hot Springs @ Anthony, TX vs Cobre @ San Elizario vs. Capitan @ MVCS @ Tularosa Friday, September 19 Friday, September 26 Friday, October 3 Friday, October 10 Friday, October 17 Friday, October 24 Friday, October 31 Friday, November 7 Friday, November 14/15 State First Round Fri-Sat, November 21/22 State Quarter Finals Fri-Sat, Nov. 28/29 State Semi-Finals Fri-Sat., December 5/6 State Championship 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM OPEN 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM TBA TBA TBA TBA