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HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2014 5 BLM, NM G&F partner [o pr )viae mobile big-game hun00 ing unit maps Submitted by NM DEPT of GAME & FiSHSanta Fe The Bureau of Land Man- agement (BLM) has partnered with the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish to offer mobile maps of New Mexico's big-game hunting units through the CarryMap Application. This unique application allows users to store hunting unit maps on their miobile devices and access I them regardless of cellular cov- erage. / T, he free CarryMap Applica- tion fr iOS and Android devices is av'eiilable at the App Store and / ,, ,Godgle Play Market. The infor- mation also is available for down- load to computers. To download the big-game hunting unit infor- mation, please visit the BLM website www.blm.gov/nm/ huntingmaps and accept the con- ditions. "This application is a great example how agency partners can use modern technology to im- prove customer service," New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez said. "I'm sure hunters throughout the state will .appre- ciate the hard work that went into it." "The BLM is pleased to part- ner with the Department of Game and Fish to provide this mobile application to the hunters of New Mexico," said BLM State Direc- tor Jesse Juen. "This will provide better access to public lands, while also increasing hunter's confidence that they are in the correct locations for their hunt, regardless of cell phone recep- tion." "The New Mexico Depart- ment of Game and Fish believes in utilizing technology to pro- vide our hunters and anglers With the best information in the field," Department Director Alexandra Sandoval said. "We are thankful for the effort BLM put into de- velopment of this free mobile application." For more information, please contact BLM Geographic Infor- mation Systems Specialist Jeremy Zimmerman at (575) 838-1259 or New Mexico Department of Game and Fish Assistant Chief of Infor- mation Lance Cherry at (505) 476-8003. Patriq)tic :o00or run to be held Octot)e' 18 in I.ordsburg The Lordsburg Elks Lodge Registration will begin at will be hosting a Red, White and 7:30 a.m., with the start of the Blue Color 5k Run/1 Mile Walk race set for 9:00 a.m. Pre-reg- on Saturday, October 18, 2014. istration fee is $15, or $20 the Dept. of l Fishing Re p0r00 ' ' "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: * Eagle Nest Lake: Sept. 19, Mike Bacca of Pueblo, Colo., caught a 35-inch, 10.5-pound northern pike. He was using a spoon. 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 lo- cation, type of fish, length and weight if possible and bait, lure or fly used. SOUTHWEST AREA Bear Canyon: We had no reports from anglers this week. .Bill,EvansLake: Fishing was slow for all species: Caballo Lake: Fishing was fair using night crawlers, chicken liver and stink baits for catfish. We had no reports on other spe- cies. Elephant Butte Lake: Fishing was fair using crank baits, topwater lures, spinners and slab spoons for white bass. Fishing was fair using swim baits, crank baits, tubes, jerk baits and worms for largemouth bass and smallmouth bass. Fishing was fair using chicken liver, homemade dough bait and night crawlers for catfish. We had no reports on other spe- cies. The surface water temp was in the mid 70s. Escondida Lake: Fishing was slow for all species. Gila River: Water flow on the Gila as of this past Monday was 1,030 cfs. Heavy rains and high water kept anglers away this past week. We had no reports. Glenwood Pond: Trout fishing was fair to good using Power Bait. Lake Roberts: We had no reports from anglers this week. Percha Dam: Fishing was slow for all species. Quemado Lake: Fishing was good using wooly buggers, Pis- tol Petes, worms and Power Bait for trout. We had no reports on tiger musky ........ Rio Grande: Water flow betow Elephant. Butte' drl Monday wa.s .70 cfs. We had no reports from anglers this week. Snow Lake: We had no reports from anglers this week. day of the event for persons age 10 and up. Those under 18 will require parent or guardian per- mission. Participants will re- ceive color packs and a t-shirt. Those under 10, and those just wanting to participate without paying the full registration fee, can do so for $5 (no t-shirt). Runners/walkers are en- couraged to wear white cloth- ing for the event. Red and blue non-toxic holi paint stations will be set up throughout the race/ walk, which will begin at the Hidalgo County Fairgrounds. The event, held in conjunc- tion with 2014 Discover Hidalgo, will be held in honor of all American veterans. All proceeds from the run/walk will go to the New Mexico Elks Association's Veterans Services Program and to the Lordsburg Elks Lodge #1813 local veter- ans' fund. For more information con- tact Felicia Barker at 575-342- 2509 or Brenda Hood at 575- 590-0377. Registration forms can be picked up at the Hidalgo County Herald or the Cottage House or can be requested by email at lorffsburgelks @ ytHoo.com .... .... The Red, ;While and Biue Color 5k Run/1 Mile Walk is also sponsored by the NMEA Veterans Services, the City of Lordsburg, Short Company and H. Bishop Co. AHS Panthers beat Duncan, fall to Floyd On September 10, 2014 the Animas Panthers hosted Duncan, Arizona, where they took on the Wildcats. The Panthers were victorious 67-25 (above). On September 20, the Panthers suffered a loss to Floyd, 62-20.The Panthers' 6-man football team will be in action at home this Friday when they RummAGE SALE ITEMS, CORn Off A STICI{, mtflUDO & mORt' host Reserve at 5:00 p.m. Photos courtesy SHANNON LASHER/Animas Thursday, Sept. 25 vs. Silver 6:30 PM Tuesday, Sept 30 vs. Cobre 6:30 PM :riday, Se tember 26 @ Anthony, TX 7:00 PIk Maverick defense in action. Mavs continue winning streak with victory over Hot Springs Courtesy submission The Lordsburg High School Mavericks won their fourth game of the season with a hard fought battle against the Hot Springs Tigers in T or C on Friday, Sep- tember 19, 2014. The Tigers were first on the scoreboard on an ll-play, 69- yard opening drive of the game to go ahead 7-0. The Mavericks re- sponded with a 6-play scoring drive and a 33- yard touchdown pass from Johnny Plow- man to Marty Lopez. The PAT failed making the score 7-6, Tigers. The Mav- ericks recov- ered a fumble on the next Hot Springs offen- sive drive. The Mavericks scored a few plays later on a 6-yard pass from Plowman to JJ Escobar. The try for two failed but the Mavericks were ahead 12-7 in the second quar- ter. On the sec- ond play of the next offensive series for the Ti- gers, the fullback broke a nice 60- yard run for a touchdown and then kicked the extra point to go ahead 14-12. The Tigers then forced the Mavericks to punt, but fumbled the return with the Mavericks re- covering. The Mavericks went on to score two more times in the sec- ond quarter with 2 touchdown passes from Plowman to Jacob Esquivel, 20 and 24 yards respec- tively, making the score 24-14 in Senior Marty Lopez caught three passes for 54 yards, including a 33-yard touchdown, fr6m sophomore quarterback Johnny Plow- man, below. Photos courtesy JAMIE DIAZlLordsburg MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARDI REGISTER to register To Vote in the November 4 General ['.'[eetion is OCTOBER 7 Visit the Hrdalgo County Clerk's Office for details 2o14 Lordsburg Maverick Volleyball OPPONENT TIME @ Silver 6:30 PM @ Animas 6:30 PM Morenci Invite TBA @ Hot Springs 6:00 PM vs. Animas 6:30 PM Cloudcroft Invite TBA vs. Hot Springs 6:00 PM vs. Calvary West 6:00 PM vs. Mesilla Valley 6:00 PM /s. 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 DATE Tuesday, August 26 Thursday, August 28 Saturday, Sept. 6 Tuesday, Sept. 9 Thursday, Sept. 11 Fri-Sat, Sept. 19/20 Tuesday, Sept. 23 Thursday, Oct. 9 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 Subject to change favor of the Mavericks at half- time. The Mavericks controlled the second half, scoring one more touchdown on a spectacular 59- yard run by Raymond Saucedo. The extra point kick try failed, making the score 30-14, which was the final score. Saucedo led all rushers with 132 yards on 11 carries and one touchdown. Plowman was 16- 31 inthe passing department for 211 yards. Esquivel led in catches with 5 for 98 yards and 2 touchdowns. Jaime Artiaga caught 4 for 35 yards, Lopez 3 for 54 yards and a 33 yard touch- down, Ramon Retana 2 catches for 18 yards and JJ Escobar 1 for a 6 yard touch- down. The defense was led by Esquivel and Escobar with 11 total tackles each. Escobar also had 3 tack- les for a loss, 1 quarterback sack, recovered 2 fumbles and caused one fumble. Plow- man was next with 9 total tackles and 2 caused fumbles. Gage Elias had a total of 8 tackles, Saucedo had 7 tackles and re- covered a fumble and Hondo Estrada also had 8 tack- les. The Mavericks will travel for the third week in a row for their next game, which will be at Anthony, TX. Kickoff time is 7:00 PM. Fans are warned to be prepared for mosquitoes. I RUMMAGE/FOOD SALE Saturday, Sept. 27 Starting at 8 AM 928 E. 2nd St. 2o14 Lordsburg Maverick Football DATE Thursday, August 21 Friday, August 29 Friday, September 5 Friday, September 12 Friday, September 19 OPPONENT TIME Silver City (Scrimmage) 6:00 PM vs. Willcox, AZ 7:00 PM vs. Academia Juarez 7:00 PM @ Zuni 7:00 PM @ Hot Springs 7:00 PM Friday, October 3 Friday, October 10 Friday, October 17 Friday, October 24 Friday, October 31 Friday, November 7 vs Cobre @ San Elizario vs. Capitan @ MVCS @ Tularosa 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 OPEN 7:00 PM 7:00 PM 7:00 PM TBA TBA TBA TBA