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HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY r SEPTEMBER 3012011 5 Peterson helps MCC finish, s econa in Grand Canyon Region Rodeo Courtesy submission The Mesalands Community College's Rodeo Team performed exceedingly well at the first Idled today. You got tired of me and took me to the shelter. They. were overcrowded and I. drew and un- lucky number. I'm in a plastic bag in a landfill now. Some other puppy will get the barely used leash you left. My collar was dirty and too small, but the lady took it off before she sent me to the rainbow bridge. Would I still be home if I hadn't chewed your shoe? I didn't know what it was, but it was leather and it was on the floor. I was just playing; you for- got to get puppy toys. Would I still be at home if I had been housebroken? Rub- bing my nose in what I did only made me ashamed that I had to go at all. There are books and obedience teachers that would have taught you how to teach me to go to the door. Would I still be at home if I hadn't brought fleas into my house? Without flea medicine, I couldn't get them off me after you left me in the yard for days. Would ! still be at home if I hadn't barked? I was only say- ing "I'm scared", "I'm lonely," "I'm here, I'm here", "I want to be your best friend," Would I still be at home if I had made yo u happy? Hitting me didn't make me learn'how. Would I still be at home if you had taken the time to care for me and to teach manners to me? You didn't pay attention to me after the first week or so, but I spent my time waiting for you to love me. i.. I. died today. " LoVe, Yoitr Puppy Grand Canyon Regional Rodeo, two of our best events of the of the 5,ear on September 16- 17, 2011 at the Quay County Fairgrounds. The Mesalands Men's Rodeo Team set a new Mesalands record, earning 880 points, the most points earned at ii single rodeo. The Men's Team finished the rodeo in sec- ond place, behind New Me, xico State University (NMSU) with 885 points. "We had students make it to the short go-rounds in every event except the bull riding, that's probably the best we ever did!" said C.J. Aragon, Mesalands Intercollegiate Ro- deo Coach. "The Men's Team also dominated the bareback and saddle bronc riding. Those were weekend." KC Peterson of Animas, NM, won both rounds and the average in bareback riding with a total of 155 points. Peterson's performance earned him the Bareback Riding Event Cham- pionship Title. The Mesalands Women's Team came in fourth place at the rodeo with 220 points. The Women's Team also set' a Mesalands record, with the most women competing in the short round at a single rodeo. The Mesalands Rodeo Team will travel to Coghise College in Douglas, AZ for their next competition on September 23- 24, 2011. Youth-only hunts in Fort Bayard Fort Bayard Special Manage- ment Area, located Within Game Management Unit 24, on the Gila National Forest, has returned to Youth-Only-Hunts for deer and elk. Youth hunts are limited to youth below the age of 18 that possess a valid hunter safety card, license, and tag. The youth hunts for deer will take place October i-9 and 24- 27 and for elk, October 8-I2. Youth only deer and elk hunts in this area are a change from last year's hunting regulations, which permRted both youth hunts and hunts to individuals of any age. In addition to the youth hunts for deer and elk, Fort Bayard Special Management Area is still open for bear, cougar, turkey, and small game hunting with a valid license, Remember when hunting, that many recreationists use this area, and that safety is priority number one. While New Mexico state law does not require hunt- ers to wear Blaze Orange cloth- ing, it is still highly encouraged. Remember, the best hunt is the' one where everyone returns home safely. Forest visitors are reminded that, while fire danger has de- creased, it is not completely gone due to less than average rainfall received for this time of year. Recreationists still need to com- pletely extinguish their campfires prior to leaving their campsite and ensure they are "dead out", extinguish all cigarettes, cigars, pipes, etc., and ensure fire pre- vention measures are taken to help prevent human caused fires. For more information please contact the New Mexico Depart- ment of Game and Fish at their Las Cruces office'at 575-532- 2100 or visit 3mychx4 to view the Big Game and Trapper Proclamation. GET CASH for your GOLD! Gold jewelry, scrap, broken Fieces,' dental, any condition, 8K-zSK 575-639-2484 COTTAqE HOUSE 214 E. Morel :DrIve Email us at hcherald @ or give us a call at 575.542.8705 Central students read 100,000 words Louie Gomez, Brooklyn Kempton, Alexia Bosrdman, Lillyan Neal, Ksyla Floyd and (not pictured) Harrison Higginbothim have read 100,000 words at Central Elementary School. Dugan-Tarango Middle School Dogie Football 2011-2012 DATE OPPONENT TIMI August 27 @ La Plata 11:00 AI September 8 vs Snell 4:00 PI September 17 @ Huachuca City, AZ 12:00 P September 22 vs Morenci 4:00 PlY October 6 vs Hatch Valley 4:00 P1V Head Coach: Jason Hawley " . Assistant Coach: Principal/AD: Leo Garcia Superintendent: Jim Ba.rentine Dogie Volleyball 2011-2012 Aug. 25 vs Snell (7-8) 4:00/5:00 PlY Aug. 30 @ Duncan (7-8) 4:00/5:00 PlY Sept. 6 @ La Plata (7-8) 4:00/5:00 PlY Sept. 8 @ Morenci (7-8) 4:00/5:00 PIV Sept. 10 vs Mesilla Valley Christian 10/11:30 AI Sept. 15 vs Hatch (7-8) 4:00/5:00 Ply Sept. 20 vs La Plata (7-8) 4:00/5:00 PlY Sept. 22 @ Snell (7-8) 4:00/5:00 PIy Sept. 24 @ Mesilla Valley Christian 10/11:30 AIr Sept. 29 vs Animas (7-8) 4:00/5:00 PlY Oct. 1 @ Morenci, AZ Round Robin (7-8) TB,  Oct. 6 @ Animas (7-8) 4:00/5:00 PI Head Coach: Bradi Nelson Mavericks lose to Tigers at Homecoming The Lordsburg High School Mavericks hosted the Hot Springs Tigers for.their Home- coming game last Friday night at Maverick Stadium. Although Maverick enthusiasm was high, it were theTigers who prevailed after numerous successful runs with the ball, 35-6. Above, quarterback Adam Murillo charges through a group of Ti- ger defenders. At right, senior Thomas Chavez gains a few yards with this carry for the Mavericks. The Mavericks will be hosting Anthony this Friday night at 7:00 p.m. Photos by ROBERTO GONZALES/ Roberto's Photography HSHS Tigers defeat Mavericks, 35-6 The Lordsburg High School Mavericks took on the Hot Springs Tigers,at their 2011 Homecoming Game last Friday night at Maverick Stadium. The Tigers proved to be dominant throughout the game, winning 35-6. Finding their way onto the scoreboard first were the Tigers on a one-yard run in the first quar- ter. They scored again in very early the second quarter on a 52- yard halfback pass. A 93-yard run on a recovered Maverick fumble by the Tigers brought the half- time score to 21-0. The third quarter was more of the same when HSHS scored on twice more, bringing the score up to 35-0. Late in the third quar- ter, LHS Maverick Adam Murillo threw a touchdown running pass to Matthew Saenz to put the Mavericks on the board. Final score was 35-6. Kenny Evans led the Maver- icks in rushing with I2 carries. Adam Murillo led with 10 tackles, followed by Tommy Sanchez, Joseph Lopez, Kris Montenengro and Alonzo Rojas .with 7 each. Kenny Evans had six tackles, one fumble recovery and one onside kick. Courtesy photo i Lordsburg High School Maverick VarsityFootball 2011-2012 Assistant Coach: Amanda Guerrero Athletic Director: Leo Garcia Principal: Leo Garcia Superintendent: Jim Barentine DATE OPPONENT TIME August 18 @Silver - C/JV/V 6:00 August 26 vs Wilcox 7:00 PM September 2 @ Hatch Valley " 7:00 PM September 9 @ Cobre 7:00 PM September 16 vsZuni 7:00 PM September 23 vs Hot Springs 7:00 PM September 30 vs Anthony, TX 7:00 PM October 7 Open October 14 @ Ruidoso 7:00 PM October 21 @ Laguna Acoma 7:00 PM October 28 vs Estancia 7:00 PM November 4 vs Ttilarosa 7:00 PM November 12 State Quarter Finals TBA November 19 State Semi-finals TBA November 26 State Championship TBA Maverick JV Football DATE OPPONENT TIME August 25 @ Willcox, AZ 6:00 September 1 vs Hatch Valley 6:00 PM September 10 vs Cobre 10:00 AM September 15 @ Silver City 6:00 PM September 24 vs Hot Springs 10:00 AM September 29 @ Anthony, TX 6:00 PM Head Coach: Louie Balsa The Mavericks will host An- thony High School this Friday, September 30, af Maverick Sta- dium. Kickoff is at 7:00 p.m. The JV will travel to Anthony on Thursday, September 29. Kickoff Assistant Coaches: Mike Newell, Brian Culberson, Tommy Ray Lopez. Principal:Troy Hudson Athletic Director: Leo Garcia Superintendent: Jim Barentine is at 6:00 p.m. The JV's game against Silver City that was suspected due to lightning on September 15 wiR be played in Silver City on Thurs- day, October 6, 2011 at 6:00 p.m. F iski.g Rep0 I'( G,"o ' "'sh I Gila River - The flow is 30 cfs and fishing is fair to slow with the. best success in the upper reaches of the river on the West, East and Middle forks. Rio Grande - The flow is 2.8 cfs below Elephant Butte Dam. Cat- fish are fair using worms, liver or stink bait. Wllleye are reported as good here and bettei7 beloW Caballo Lake with worms and shiners. Bill Evans Lake: Winter stock-' ing for trout has ended for the year and will resume late fall. No fishing report Caballo Lake - Fishing is slow. Water levels are very low. Best bet is below spillway on the Rio Grande. Elephant Butte Lake - Fishing for white bass is reported as fair but slowing down. Most anglers are catching fish with shiners and spinners. S. tripped bass are re- ported slow by the dam with a few fish being landed. No report on other species. Glenwood Ponds - Fishing i s fair for trout when using Pistol Petes, worms and Power Bait. Lake Roberts - Fishing is re- ported as good for catfish with liver and worms. Trout fishing is reported as good with worms since the recent stockings. No re- por t on other species. Quemado Lake - Trout fishing is reported as fair. Anglers are hav- ing success using green Power Bait. No report on the tiger muskies. BODY 900WEIZI00Y New Inventory Huge Selection! 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