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HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY r SEPTEMBER 17r 2010 5 Mavs chalk up win against 3A Cobre Indians By LORENZO ALBA, JR./for the Hidalgo County Herald Ugly! That was how the Lordsburg Mavericks second victory in as many weeks started out this last Friday night at Mav- erick Stadium. The Mavericks took on 3A Cobre Indians and won 19-6. The game started out with a series of fumbles, mis- cues and penal- ties coming from both sides of the ball. Frustration set in on both coaching staffs, as neither team could seem to get anything go- ing. The Indians had two fumbles in the first quar- ter while the Mavericks had two fumbles plus and inter- ception. The Maver- icks would even- tually get it to- gether and score first in the sec- ond quarter with 7:07 left in the half on a 4-yard run by Caesar Alvarez; the ex- tra point attempt was blocked and the Mavericks 'led 6-0 at half- time. Lordsburg would score again with no time left in the half on a fumble recovery ran into the end zone by DeeDee Murillo from 12 yards out. Another turn- over by Cobre and this time the Mavericks capitalized with a touchdown. The two-point con- version failed and the Mavericks led at the half,12-0. The Mavericks came out running in the secpnd half, just as in the previous game versus' Hatch Valley. They scored once again with 9:08 left in the third The Mavericks Joseph Jackson (#29) trys to elude a Cobre de' fender, as Lordsburg went on to beat it's sencod 3A school in as many weeks, 19-6.The Mavericks are now 2-1 with an open sched- ule this week, the will face Hot Springs High School on Friday, September 24. quarter on a 45-yard illusive scamper by Daniel Talavera. This time DeeDee Murillo'S kick was good and the Mavericks now led 19-0. Cobre would score in the fourth quarter with 9:27 left in the game on a half back pass from nine yards out. The Indians took advantage of a blocking Caesar Alvarez's punt and scored. Ihci- dental Alvarez blocked the ex- Panther, defenders Erik RomoiChuy Ramirez, and Gabriel ........ Hernandeztake down a helpless Wildkat. Animus Panthers fall short to Duncan Wildkats By ELIZABETH RICHINS/ Hidalgo County Herald On Friday night, September 10, the Animus Panther Football team traveled to Duncan, AZ to take on the Wildkats. The game started out with the Wildkats tak- ing the lead, though the Panthers answered right back. Duncan soon took a bigger lead, though, and Animas trailed the rest of the game. Animas played tough, and they had a number of great tack- les as well as runs. With 4 touch- downs in all, the Panthers played well, hut unfortunately it wasn't enough. Though the boys fought hard, the Panthers fell short to the Wildkats and lost 28-48. This loss won't bring down the Panthers' spirits though. The team is headed to Menaul on Sat- urday, September 18, to take on Springer. tra-point attempt and the game would end 19-6 in favor of the Mavericks. The Mavericks' rushing at- tack was led by quarterback Bo Martinez, who rushed for 52 yards on eightcarries and running back, Daniel Talavera who also rushed for 52 yards on six carries and a touchdown. Caesar Alvarez followed with 39 yards on 12 carries and touchdown; Jo- seph Jackson ran for 18 yards. Passing the Mavericks threw for 55 yards on four attempts. Quar- terback Bo Martinez was 3 for 8 for 22 yards and an in- terception and Caesar Alvarez threw for 33 yards on a run- ning back pass. Alan Landeros had two catches for 20 yards and Boaz Salinas had a 33-yard recep- tion. Defen- sively, the Mavericks were once again solid. They were led in tack- les by linebackers Caesar Alvarez and Alex Rodriguez and defen- sive lineman Chris "Moose" Sanchez, Other notable contribu- tors were Dominick Rodriguez, Daniel Talavera and Bo Martinez. Defensive highlights in- cluded Kenny Evans' second in- terception of the season and the fumble recovery for a touchdown by DeeDee Murillo. The Mavericks have an open schedule this week and will pre- pare for their next opponent, Hot Springs High School out of T or C. This should prove tO be an- other tough test for the Maver- icks as they face yet another 3A school. AHS JV beats Lady Wildkats By ELIZABETH RICHINS/ Hidalgo County Herald Animas' JV Volleyball girls won their game against the Duncan Wildkats on Friday[ Sep- tember 10. The game was held in Duncan, and the Panthers won the match in 2 games. The first game was a close one, and Animas barley pulled off the win, with the score being 26- 24. In the 2 "d game, the Lady Pan- thers were able to leap ahead and hold the lead, winning 25-19. Both, Marlana Moore and Mikenzie Choate had a kill of their own, scoring points for their team. Important Dates This Month in the life of Geronimo (Goyaa 'Le) 1. Escape from the San Carlos Concentra- tion Camp, Arizona--30 September 1851 2. Rescue of one of his wives from the San Carlos Concentration Camp, Arizona --22 September 1885 http ://thegosh iny am aj uj uts uandco m puter- 113113 St. Joseph's North Park eptember 18th f.4 19 Saturday, S 00pt. 18 Sponsored by the Knights of Columbus / BBQ Plates prepared by Renterias DJ Music by Josh 12:00 PM 5:00 PM 6:30 PM 7:00 PM 8:00 PM Food and Games Begin Evening Mass at Park Presentation of Queen & Court singing by C*laa eung, Sunday, Sept. 19 12:00PM Food, Fun&Games 2-4 PM Talent Show Gorditas for Sale! Mr. B's DJ Singing by Oscar Penn Knights of Columbus Raffle 7:00 PM Bazaar Concludes Music by "ea Cleee de Sitte eit" The Animas Lady Panthers with their 2nd place trophy AHS Lady Panthers take 2 nd in Morenci Tourny By ELIZABETH RICHINSl and lost in. 2 games with the sented, and they took 3 rd in the Hidalgo County Herald scores being 17-21 and 11-21. tournament. Animus' Varsity Volleyball The Panthers took home the 2 "d Merrilee Richardson and team traveled to Morenci on Sat- place trophy with pride, though, Kayla Shelton of Animas, along urday, September 11, to partici- knowing they played their best with Laura Carbajal of Lordsburg pate in the Morenci Volleyball in the tournament and represented and Kylee Jones of Duncan, made Tournament. The tournament their school well. The Lordsburg the All-Tournament team. lasted all day long, and there were Lady Mavs were also well repre- 7 other teams, besides the Lady Panthers, who attended. Those other teams included Lordsburg, Morenci, Ft. Thomas, Duncan,. San Simon/Bowie, Pima, and Wilcox. In pool play, the teams played one game to 30. Then in bracket play, 2 games would be played to 21 and a 3 ' game to 15 if needed to break a tie: The Pare thers started out the tournament with a 'bang, beating everyone in pool play except the Lady Mav- ericks. Since they had only one loss, though, they were seeded #1. They faced off against Ft. Tho- mas, the #8 seeded team, in the first round of bracket play. Animus was able to take over Ft. Thomas easily, winning both games 21-8. In the next round of pool play, the Panthers were faced with Morenci. The games were tougher than the first round, but Animus was still able to pull off Merrilee Richardson and Kayla Shelton, All Tourney team t00ewin,00eatin, Morenc,00,l00 Rodeo d Hidalgo and 21-13. This win put the Lady |i Y Panthers in the Championship, e wows against the Pima Roughriders. AnimasBth games were intense' and crowd at County Fai played really well against r their opponent, but they fell short Submitted by. DUTI WALTER/ In the steer wrestling Cole Lady Panthers Animas Jackson won the title with a time The open rodeo held Fri- of 4.97 paying him $400, 2 "d pick p- win day and Saturday night at the went to Beau Blile 5.84 $240 U Hidalgo County Fair in and 3 rd went to Grady Gray 6.21 Lordsburg proved to be one of and $160. against Duncan the best yet. Several NFR quali- Team Roping went to the fiers and a whole lot of local college boys atNMSU Clancy talent went head to head for the Wilkerson/Bo Simpson with a By ELIZABETH RICHINS/ $3000 in added money provided time 5.87 winning $1020, 2 "d Hidalgo County Herald The Animas Varsity Lady by sponsorship of local busi- place Rick Keikheifer/Jimmy nesses. Don McKinley 6.06 $850, 3 rd Panthers now have a 2-0season, In the barrel racing 1" place Ray Siggins/Lane Siggins 6.46 as they picked up another win on went to Sara Keickheifer with $680, 4 *h Twister Smith/Curt Friday, September 10, against the a time of 16.56 winning $600, Smith 6.75 $510 and 5 th Enoch Duncan Wildkats. The Panthers 2 "a went to April Denny with a Maloof/Clay Snure 6.78 and traveled to Duncan to take on the 16.79 $500, 3 ,d Zoe Billings $340. Lady Kits and won the match in 17.09 $400, 4 h Carly Todd In the Bull Riding on Fri- 3 games. 17.10 $300, and 5 h Ali Hostadar day night Joseph McConnell The first game was close, and 17.19 winning $200. rode the bull Bad Brown and the teams battled back and forth In the Breakaway Roping scored 83 points to win $780 and for the lead. The Panthers were 1 st place went to Kelsey Lutjen 2 "d place went to Dexter Huber able to pull off the win though, with a time of 3.65 winning scoring 80 points and winning beating the Kits 25-20. The 2 d  $330 and 2 "d went to Kayla $520. On Saturday night Sam game wasn't as close, though, and Shores of Willcox with a time de la Cruz took home 1 ,t place Animus was able to take that win of 3.81 paying her $220. winning $1068 and 2 "d place as well, beating Duncan 25-11. There were 32 calf ropers Joseph McConnell paying him In the 3 'd game, Duncan almost entered, 1 '' place went to Royce $712. came back to win it, tailing Lynch of Deming with a time Animus the entire game, but in of 9.15 paying him $630, 2 "a the end, the Panthers came out on place went to Curtis Berry 9.28 Email us at hcherald @ o, hcherald @ top. The final score of the last $525, 3 ,d Kyle Dutton 9.56 game was 25-23. Erika Mendoza $420, 4 h Jimmy Don McKinley and Stacie Shelton led the team 9.68 $315 and 5 h John Pete in offensive kills, each contrib- Etcheverry 9.93 $210. uting 3 of their own. 2010 LORDSBURG HIGH SCHOOL MAVERICK FOOTBALL Thursday, August 19 vs.gilver-CIJVN(Scdmmage) 5:30PM Thursday, August 26 JV vs. Willcox. AZ 6:00 PU Riday.August 27 @ Willcox, AZ 8:00 PU Thursday, September 2 JV@HatdlVallay 6"OOPM Friday, Septamber 3 vs. Hatch Valley 7:00 PM Thursday, September 9 JV @ Cobre 6:00 PM ' Friday, September 10 vs. Cobre'" Homecoming"' 7'00 PM Thursday, September 16 JV vs, Silver 6:00 PM Friday. September 17 "* OPEN"' Thursday, September 23 JV vs, Doming 9th 5;00 PM Fnday, September 24 @ Hot Spdnga 7:00 PM Saturday, Seplamber 25 JV vs, Hot Spdngs 11:00 AM Friday, October 1 @ Anthony, TX 7:00 PM Friday. OctOlr 8 vs, R 7:  1 driday, oclober 15 vs. Lagun/Coma 7:00 PM Friday, october 22 @ Estancia Friday, october29 @ Tularosa Saturday, November 13 State Quarter-finals Saturday, November 20 State SemNinals Saturday, November 27 Stale ChamlOnsh  Sat. October 9 Sat. October 16 Sat. Octotr 23 Tues, October 26 gPJ0JBI Mlll Temey(VNN)  (JV-V) 5:0(6:00 PM @ Ca)re (CJV-V) 4:C(5:00 PM Dune,m,  (JV.V) 5:0:00 PM @ More Toumamen IA v. Animus (JV-V) 5.0(}/8:00 PM @ SanSinlclJV-V) 5:0G6:OOPMmdl v. Cobre (C.JV-V) 4:0(P3:OG:O0 PM @ Animus (JbV) 5:O:00 PM Valley Chriian (Jr-V) 5:O0:30 PM O Tularosa (C.JV.V) 1 :{X2:00/3:00 PM vs. Cloudcrft (JV-V) 2:00/3:00 PM vs.Tularou(C-JV-V) 1:02:0OG:3 PM Maxilla hUey Chrin (JV-V) 5:(0/6:30 PM @ Cloudoroff (JV-V) 2:00/3:00 I'M District Tourl,ent (V) 6:00 PM Dtstnct Tournament (V) 6:00 PM Distrct Tournament (V) 6:00 PM SUde Tourient (V) T.B.A, r:o0PM PAL SCHEDULE: TBA Sept, 18 Upper Mavericks vs, Panthers 10:30 PM Fox Field "IBA tordsburg 0Fie Works Gila Regional Medical Center Jerry Turner Tk Service OelaGarza Carpet Cleaning Abeyta Physical Therapy PAL Co#ago House Hidalgo County Herald Saucedo's Supermarket Daysinn Circle H HMS Lower 'Mavericks vs, Saints 1:00 PM Stout Field D.ewgG,onePlumbi Flag Mavericks vs, Wildcats 9:00 AM Fox Field Itaber