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HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2014 5 Mavericks continue winning M untaineers, Y Courtesy submission and a defensive team can return 9 total tackles and caused a The Lordsburg High School blocked kicks, interceptions, and fumble. Jaime Artiaga was next Mavericks continued their win- fumbles on PAT tries, with 8 total tackles. Tovar and ning ways with a 47-6 victory On offense, theMavericksPlowman both had 7 total tack- over the Anthony Wildcats in were led by quarterback Johnny les with Tovar sacking the quar- Anthony, TX, bringing their Plowman with 11 pass comple-terback twice. Hondo Estrada also record to 5-0. tions for 207 yards and three tallied 7 tackles and one sack. The Mavericks scored two touchdowns. He also had an 8With 6 total tackles were Escobar, touchdowns in the first quarter to yard touchdown run to start the Ramon Retana, and Gage Elias. take a 12-0 lead, followed by .scoring for the Mavericks. Elias was in 2 sacks and Retana three touchdowns and a PAT in Saucedo rushed for 57 yards and recovered one fumble. Saucedo the second to take a 31-0 lead at two touchdowns. Jacob Esquivel also had a good defensive game halftime. The Mavericks went on led all receivers with 4 catches with 5 total tackles, one fumble to score two more touchdowns for 57 yards and 2 touchdowns, recovery, one caused fumble, a and Marty Lopez kicked both JJ Escobar had 2 catches for 79 pass deflection, and scored a de- extra points to give the Mavs a yards and one touchdown and fensive 2-point conversion on a 45-0 lead at the end of the third also had one rushing touchdown, fumble return. quarter. The Wildcats scored their The Mavericks had 376 yards of The Mavericks will play at only touchdown of the night on total offense for the night and home this Friday, October 3, after the last play of the game on a 35- Anthony 179. The offensive line three games on the road. The yard pass. The Wildcats went for consisting of Anthony Tovar,Cobre Indians will be their next the two-point conversion, only to Gage Elias, Damion Jacquez, opponent. Kickoff time is sched- fumble the ball on a tackle by Cameron DeFoor, Gabriel uled at 7:00 PM. The Mavericks Jacob Esquivel. Raymond Granado, and Zabien Santoyo will have to play their best game Saucedo picked up the fumble worked hard to for the offense to of the year to beat the Indians, and went about 95 yards to score be successful, according to Head Coach Louis two points for the Mavericks. On defense, the Mavericks Baisa. Cobre is Class AAAA and Texas schools play NCAA rules were led by Esquivel who tallied has a 3-1 record for the year. NM True Digital Balloon Fiesta Adventure Guide! encouraging visitors to experience more of NM Submitted by NM DEPT of TOUR- those who drive in and have the ISM/Santa Fe freedom to explore," says Tour- With the kickoff of New ism Cabinet Secretary Monique Mexico's largest event this week- Jacobsen. "Our day trip sugges- end, the state Tourism Department tions make it easy to experience is encouraging visitors to extend Albuquerque and central New their stay by adding a fair or fes- Mexico after the balloons launch. rival to their Albuquerque Inter- For those with the ability to come national Balloon Fiesta trip. The earlier or stay longer there's the New Mexico True Balloon Fiesta opportunity to see more of what Adventure Guide is a special our state has to offer by visiting online section consisting of sev- one of our incredible fairs or fes- eral travel-inspiring suggestions tivals." designed to offer added adven- The New Mexico True Bal- tures between daily ballooning loon Fiesta Adventure Guide con- events, along with statewide spe- sists of seven areas of interest: cial events categorized by inter- Family Fun, Outdoor Adventure, est to encourage attendees to stay Wine Tasting, Brew Pubs, Culi- a little longer, nary Trails, Relax & Unwind "We know that there are two (Spas and Hot Springs), and Na- primary types of travelers com- five American Culture. Each sec- ing to New Mexico for Balloon tion also has a corresponding list Fiesta: those who fly in and have of special events that fall the week a set amount of time here, and before, the week of, or the week ~GCOurtesy NMI Dept. ofI ame & Fishl This fishing ,report, provided,by was fair using crank baits, Bill Dunn and the Department of topwater lures, spinners and Slab Game and Fish, has been gener- spoons for white bass. Fishing was ated from the best information fair using swim baits, crank baits, available from area officers and tubes, jerk baits and worms for anglers. Conditions encountered largemouth bass and smallmouth after the report is compiled may bass. Fishing was fair using differ, as stream, lake and chicken liver, homemade dough weather conditions alter fish and bait and'night crawlers for catfish. angler activities. We had no reports on other spe- CATCHES OF THE WEEK: cies. The surface water temp was * Eagle Nest Lake: Sept. 19, in the mid 70s. Mike Bacca of Pueblo, Colo., Escondida Lake: Fishing was caught a 35-inch, 10.5-pound slow for all species. northern pike. He was using a Gila River: Water flow on the Gila spoon, as of this past Monday was 1,030 If you have a catch of the cfs. Heavy rains and high water week story or just want to tell us kept anglers away this past week. about your latest New Mexico We had no reports. fishing experience, send it to us Glenwood Pond: Trout fishing at fishforfun2@hotmail.com. We was fair to good using Power may include your story in our Bait. next report. For catches of the Lake Roberts: We had no reports week, include name, date, and lo- from anglers this week. cation, type of fish, length and Percha Dam: Fishing was slow weight if possible and bait, lure for all species. or fly used. Quemado Lake: Fishing was SOUTHWEST AREA good using wooly buggers, Pis- Bear Canyon: We had no reports tel Petes, worms and Power Bait from anglers this week. for trout. We had no reports on Bill Evans Lake: Fishing" was tiger musky., slow for all species. Rio Grande: Water flow below Caballo Lake: Fishing was fair Elephant Butte on Monday was using night crawlers, chicken .70 cfs. We had no reports from liver and stink baits for catfish, anglers this week. We had no reports on other spe- Snow Lake: We had no reports cies. from anglers this week. Elephant Butte Lake: Fishin[ Dugan-Tarango Middle School Athletics 2014-2015 Lady Dogie Volleyball DATE OPPONENT TIME Sat., Aug 23 @ Hot Springs Scrimmage 9:00 AM Tues., Aug 26 @ Duncan (7-8) 4:30/5:30 PM Thurs., Aug 28 vs La Plata (7-8) 4:00/5:00 PM Tues., Sept 2 @ Snell (7-8) 4:00/5:00 PM Thurs., Sept 4 vs. Snell (7-8) 4:00/5:00 PM Tues., Sept 9 @ La Plata (7-8) 4:00/5:00 PM Tues., Sept 16 vs. Mesilla Valley Christian (7-8) 4/5:00 PM Tues., Sept 23 vs. Morenci (7-8) 4:00/5:00 PM Tues., Sept 30 @ Mesilla Valley Christian (7-8) 4/5:00 PM Sat., Oct 4 End of Season Tournament TBA Tues., Oct. 7 vs. Animas (Double Header)4/5:00 PM :riday, October 3 vs Cobre 7:00 Dogie Football _DATE OPPONENT TIME Thurs., Sept. 4 @ Snell 4:00 PM Sat., Sept.13 vs Hot. Springs 11:00 AM Thurs., Sept.18 @ Morenci, AZ 4:00 PM Sat., Sept.27 vs Huachua City, AZ 11:00 AM Thurs., Oct. 9 vs La Plata 4:00 PM Thurs., Oct. 16 @ Deming (7th) 4:00 PM Wed., Oct. 22 vs Hatch Valley 4:00 PM after Balloon Fiesta. "We know that fairs and fes- tivals are a huge attraction for people while they are traveling," says Jacobson~ "So by connect- ing with someone's interests and suggesting events around the state they might enjoy we're giving them a reason to stay longer and have a more memorable experi- ence during their trip to New Mexico." By partnering with the Albu- querque International Balloon Fiesta to reach RV enthusiasts, and by using social media to reach those who are driving in, the department hopes to maxi- mize the impact of visitors with the ability to extend their stay. The New Mexico True Bal- loon Fiesta Adventure Guide is also designed to enhance the travel experience for those con- sidered Balloon Fiesta veterans. "In addition to Albuquerque's incredible attractions there are dozens of things to do in the sur- rounding area if you add a day or two to your trip" ~ays Jacobsen. "For wine lov S, there's the Santa Fe Wine and Chile Fiesta the weekend before Balloon Fiesta, and for outdoor enthusiasts there's the Chile Challenge Trail Event the weekend after. Even if you've been here before you'll find something new each year at a local festival." The New Mexico True Bal- loon Fiesta Adventure Guide is online at http:// www.NewMexico.org/balloon-fi- esta-adventure-guide. The infor- mation will also be distributed at the New Mexico Tourism Department's "True Traveler" Mobile Visitor Information Cen- ter located on Main Street on the Balloon Fiesta grounds. REGISTER & VOTE day to register to Vote in Ithe November 4, General Election is OCTOBER 7 Visit the Hidalgo County Clerk's Office for details 2014 Animus FFA, Cotton City 4-H do well at NM State Fair Members of the Animus FFA Chapter and Cotton City 4-H Club represented Hidalgo County well at the 2014 New Mexico State Fair Livestock Show.Tell Swift, right, exhibited sheep and goats and sold his 4th place lamb to the South- ern New Mexico Buyer's Club for $1800.Tell also had a 3rd and 5th place lambs and a 5th place goat. Dallas Pompeo, above right, exhibited the Reserve Champion New Mexico Bred Spot bred by Hunter Show Pigs of La Mesa, NM. Her spot also placed 6th in the market show and she had a 6th place lamb. Dallas also place 6r" in the Se- nior Swine Showmanship con- test. Cap Massey, above left, was the New Mexico State Fair Junior Goat Showman. Also representing Animus FFA and Cotton City 4-H showing goats and lambs was Jade Massey. Animus FFA member Holly Free- man also exhibited pigs and lambs. All exhibitors worked hard and represented well!! They'll all be back on the road to the Southern NM State Fair in Las Cruces this week along with Jalyn McDonald, Troy Pompeo, Helena Ramirez, and Levi Ruebush. Photos courtesy TAMMY POMPEOIAnimas ! (StatePoint) One out Of ev- in our FIT Functional Fitness pro- ery'fliree adults over 65' ears old gram start seeing long-lasting and falls each year, according to the significant strength training ben- Centers for Disease Control and efits within an eight to 16 week Prevention. And for older adults period." with dementia, the risk of falling The experts behind the FIT is three times higher than those Functional Fitness program, a with no cognitive impairment, new, national, personalized func- according to the AARP Bulletin. tional fitness program developed However, research supports by The Goodman Group in part- the notion that many of the physi- nership with a physical therapist ological changes related to aging and board certified geriatric spe- -- such as loss of balance -- can be cialist, are offering some tips for prevented or postponed with older adults looking to improve regular exercise. With this in their well-being and restore their mind, it's no surprise that many vigor. senior living communities are Engage in exercises that making comprehensive health can improve your core strength, and wellness programs available balance and cardiovascular to their residents, health. If you live in a senior liv- "We're seeing residents in- ing community, inquire about on- crease their mobility, endurance site programs. Additionally, many and balance, and improve their community centers and health range of motion and fitness lev- clubs conduct exercise classes els," says Katie Westberg, na- designed specifically for senior tional director of Life Enrichment health. at The Goodman Group, a com- Invest in a stationary bike. pany that has developed a new It's easy to incorporate this activ- fitness program for its senior liv- ity into your day while watching ing and health care communities. TV, listening to music or talking Additionally, Westberg cites to your family, and pedaling low- that participants feel better and ers blood pressure, according to are having fun, showing quick AARE results to their overall well-being, Consult your physician "Many of the residents involved before getting started. Your exer- Lordsburg 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 Thursday, Sept. 11vs. Animas 6:30 PM Fri-Sat, Sept. 19/20 Cloudcroft Invite TBA Tuesday, Sept. 23 vs. Hot Springs 6:00 PM Thursday, Sept. 25vs. Silver 6:30 PM 30 vs. Cobre 6:30 PM Tuesday, October 14vs. Mesilla Valley 6:00 PM Saturday, Octbber 18 vs. Capitan 1:00 PM Tuesday, October 21 @ Tularosa 6:00 PM Saturday, October 25 @ Mesilla Valley 1:00 PM Tuesday, October 28 vs. Tularosa 6:00 PM Saturday, November 1 @ Capitan 1:00 PM Monday, November 3 District Tourn 6:00 PM Tuesday, November 4 District Tourn 6:00 PM Thursday, November 6 District Tourn 6:00 PM Saturday, November 8 District Champ 2:00 PM Thurs.-Sat. Nov. 9-15 State Tourn. T.B.A Subject to change cise routine should take into ac,~- count your current health ttvel and functionality as well as your physical needs. Food and health are directly correlated, so pair your exercise with healthy eating. The FIT Functional Fitness program at The Goodman Group, for ex- ample, incorporates local, or- ganic, seasonal produce as well as lean protein alternatives and plant strong ingredients in their menu options. Stick to it. Results may come quickly, but a long-term health benefit requires commit- ment. For more information about senior fitness and health pro- grams, visit www.TheGoodman G oup.com. While you can't stop time, research shows that with exercise, you may feel better, longer. 2o14 Lordsburg Maverick Football DATE OPPONENT TIME Thursday, August 21 Silver City (Scrimmage) 6:00 PM Friday, August 29 vs. Willcox, AZ. 7:00 PM Friday, September 5 vs. Academia Juarez 7:00 PM Friday, September 12 @ Zuni 7:00 PM Friday, September 19 @ Hot Springs 7:00 PM Friday, September 26 @ Anthony, TX 7:00 PM Friday, October 10 @ San Elizario 7:00 PM Friday, October 17 OPEN Friday, October 24 vs. Capitan 7:00 PM Friday, October 31 @ MVCS 7:00 PM Friday, November 7 @ Tularosa 7:00 PM Friday, November 14/15 State First Round TBA Fri-Sat, November 21/22 State Quarter Finals TBA Fri-Sat, Nov. 28/29State Semi-Finals TBA Fri-Sat., December 5/6 State Championship TBA