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HIDALGO COUNTYHERALD . FRIDAY', OCTOBER 7, 2011 5 ,. Lady Mavericks beat Panthers in fiw sets The Lad), Mavericks trav- September 27, 2011. eled to Animas for the last non- The Mavericks jumped out conference game of the season on tO a great lead, winning sets one Peterson performs well in AZ for thq MCC RodeoTeam Team is currently ranked sixth in the nation and the Women's Team is ranked 24th. "This is the first time that our Men's and Women's Teams are in the top 25," C.J. Aragon, Mesalands Intercollegiate Rodeo Coach said. "We have started the season strong this year in order to defend our championship title." The next rodeo competition for the Mesalands Rodeo Team will be at Dine' College in Tsaile. AZ, October 7-8. 201 [. Additional information about the Mesalands Community College's Rodeo Team can be obtained at 911 South Tenth Street in Tucumcari, or at (575) 461-4413, or on the Web at www.mesalands.edu. Courtesy information The Mesalands Community College's Rodeo Team competed at Cochise College in Douglas, AZ on September 23-24, 2011. The Men's Team finished in sec- ond place with 870 points, and the Women's Team took fourth place with 245 points. After this rodeo, the Men's Team is sitting in first place in the Grand Can- yon Region and the Women's Team is in fourth place. KC Peterson of Animas, NM, took sixth place in the average in bareback riding. The Mesalands Rodeo Team's exceptional Grand Can- yon Regional standings have placed them in high national standings as well. The Men's and two with scores of Lordsburg 25-Animas 22, Lordsburg 25- Animas 23. The offense was off to a good start, with Rachelle Gomez con- necting with her hitters. Michelle Thomas had 10 kills on the night, Kristine Estrada had 14 kills, Rachelle had 8 kills, Selina Munoz had 3 kills, Tonya Burrola had 2 kills, and Karissa Murillo had one kill. In addition to controlling the hitting game, blockers Cvere very effective in shutting down Animas' hitters. Estrada led the team with 8 stuff blocks, Gomez and Thomas each had 6 stuff blocks,, iVlurillo had 4 stuff blocks, and Burrola had 4 stuff blocks. Passing and digging on the defensive side has become more consistent with Katy Carbajat, Sabrina Medina and Selina Munoz getting Gomez solid passes to run the offense. In set 3, the Lady Mavs came out flat and had too many little errors, which led to Animas taking the set 25-10. In set 4 the Lady Mavs battled Animas but once again came up a little short, losing 25- 27 Animas. This sent it to set 5. Maverick serving domi- nated this match with Murillo serving up 7 ace serves for the night followed by Munoz and Burrola with one ace serve each. The Lady Mavericks came away with a winning score of 15-6. "1 am very proud Of the way the Lady Mavericks keep im- proving different parts of the game," said Coach Katie LeMaster. On Tuesday September 27 the JV Lady Mavericks faced the Animas Panthers for the second time on their home court. The Lady Mavs fought a tough battle but were defeated by the Panthers in two matches. Jessica Sanchez led the team in kills and Ashley Martinez led the team in both serving aces and blocks LeMaster said. "With each practice and game. I have seen both the skills and knowledge of the game improve with e~ch player." Y beat ady ,I J BlocRers make way for Kenny Evans to move the ball forward. Photo by ROBERTO GONZALEZIRoberto's Photography Mavericks are 3-3 after beating Anthony The Lordsburg High School Mavericks added another win to their 2011 record, beating the Anthony Wildcats 32-6 at Mav- erick Stadium last Friday night. This brings their season record to 3-3. In the first quarter, it was Daniel Talavera who first got the Maverick's on the scoreboard with a 10-yard run into the end zone, followed by Adam Murillo with another 10-yard run for a touchdown. With just 32 seconds left in the first quarter, Talavera broke free and had a 50-yard touchdown run. brining the score at the end of the first period of play to 20-0. The remainder of the half went scoreless. Anthony returned to the field after halftime scrafnbling to score, and did so late in the third quarter on an 11-yard run. Their two point conversion attempt failed but they had 6 points on the board. In the fourth quarter Wendell Hayes pulled off a 78- yard run to put the Mavericks on the boarcl one last time. bringing the final score to 32-6. Talavera led the Mavericks in rushing yards, with 158. fol- Tommy Sanchez led the way in with 9 and Thomas Chavez with tackles with 5 unassisted, 12 as- 8. Kenny Evans caught two in- sisted tackles, one q~arterback terceptions. sack and two pass deflections. He The Mavericks will be trav- was followed in total tackles by eling to Ruidoso this Friday with Ernie Rodriguez with 10, Murillo kickoff at 7:00 p.m. lowed by Kenny Evans with 103 Daniel Talavera adds to his 158 rushing yardsl and Hayes with 77. Defensively, Photo by ROBERTO GONZALEZlRoberto's Photography LadyPanthersbeatReserve Panthers Ftsh "n g Rep t ii TheAnimasLadyPantherVarsityVolleyballteamtookonthe.Re- The LadyDogieshostedthe Southwest Area t or serve Lady Mountaineers in a three game defeat on Saturday. Lady Panthers from Animas last Reserve had a well-fought game against the Panthers, getting a Thursday The 7th grade girls beat Courtesyof NM DEPT of GAME Caballo Lake - Fishing is slow. worms and Power Bait. in the seeond game but still coming up short. With the panthers in a t~wo n3~tch gattae & FISHISaota Fo Water levels are very low. Best bet Lake Roberts - Fishing is re- Gilii River - The llow is 30 cfs is below spillway on the Rioported as good for catfish with ~'hits~from all the girls, everyone played as.a teamand came- ~ scores wer~25-iJ~nd 2;~-9: aiiit fishi'ng Ts i~aif t6 slow with Grande. li'oer and wOt~ns. Trout fishing is Out victorious. Halfway through the game, there was a sudden halt The 8th grader won their game in due to a shortage in the score board system;Their victory made a three matches. The match scores wonderful ending to Animas's homecoming week, along with the were 25-17. 13-25, and 15-5. Animas Football team defeating the Carizzozo Grizzlies in an 8-0 The Lady Dogies season will victory. Pictured above is Chelsea Rodriguez. end October 6th with a game at By RACHEL STONEIt-lida/go County Herald Animas. REVI: ;ED Photo by Mariela Cuevas/AHS Panthers edge past Grizzlies late in game By SEBASTIAN FOTUIAHS The Animas Panthers put on a great, hard-fought game agamst the Carrizozo Grizzlies on Sep- tember 30th for their homecom- ing last weekend The score stood at 0 to 0 for the first three quarters until Lain Elias had a 3-yard run in for a touchdown with just 4 minutes left in the fourth quarter. Michael Evans made the 2 point conver- sion. The Panthers won 8 to 0. Animas had a good ground game running all up and down the.Grizzlies. They had 210 rush- ing yards. Lain Elias had 12 car- ries for 85 yards: Matt Arambula had 10 carries for 50 yards: Mar- quis Mashak had 15 carries for 56 yards: and Michael Evans 3 carries for 33yds. Mashak's pass- lng record was 3 for 11 for 20" 244yds. The Panther's defense is what made the difference in this game. Erik Romo had 7 tackles and one caused fumble: Michael Evans had 6 tackles; Qes Gomez had 2 tackles and caused 2 fumbles; Sebastian Fotu recorded 3 tack- les. 3 sacks, and caused 2 fumbles: Colton Allen had 5 tackles and a fumble recovery; Lalo Elias had 2 tackles and l sack: Marquis Mashak had 3 tackles and 1 V2 sacks: and Matthew Arambula had 4 tackles. According to the players, "It was a hard fought game--it was a battle all the way to the end!" the best success in the upper reaches of the river on the West. East and Middle forks. Rio Grande - The flow is 2.5 cfs below Elephant Butte Dam. Cat- fish are fair using worms, fiver or stink bait. Walleye are reported as good here and better below Caballo Lake with worms and shiners. Bill Evans Lake: Winter stock- ing for,trout has ended for the year and will resume late next fall. No fishing report. For Maverick. port $ lohool photos 575-574-5382 Math Tutoring PO Box 520 Lordsburg, NM 88045 bidandeechohi @yahoo.com Elephant Butte Lake-- Fishing for white bass is reported as fair but slowing down. Most anglers are catching fish with shiners and spinners. Stripped bass are re- ported slow by the dam with a few fish being landed No report on other species. Glenwood Ponds - Fishing is fair for trout when using Pistol Petes. reported as good since the recent stockings with worms. No report 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 muskie's. The lake was stocked last week with 8.497 triploid rain- bow trout. DATE S-eeptember 6 September 10 September 13 September 15 September 27 October 1 October 4 October 8 October 18 October 22 October 25 October 31 November 1 November 3 November 5 Nov. 10-12 Lordsburg High School Lady Maverick Volleyball 2011-2012 OPPONENT TIME vs Cobre (JV/V) 5:00/6:30 PM @ Morenci Tournament (V/V/V) TBA vs Animas (JV/V) 5:00/6:30 PM @ San Simon (JV/V) 4:00/5:30 PM @ Animas tJV/V) 5:00/6:30 PM vs Cloudcroft (JV/V) 1:00/2:30 PM @ Mesilla Valley Christian (JV/V) 5/6:30PM vs TularosafJV/V) 1:00/2:30 PM @ Cloudcroft (JV/V) @ Tularosa (JV/V) vs Mesilla Valley Christian District Tournament (V) District Tournament (V) District Tournament (V) District Championship (V) State Tournament (V) Head Coach: Katie LeMaster Assistant Coach." Codi Lark Principal:Troy Hudson Athletic Director: Leo Garcia 5:00/6:30 PM 1:00/2:30 PM 5:00/6:30 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 PM 6:00 T.B.A. J TECH. Sgt. SaENZ best you can has earned you a stripe higher. Yesterday you were Sgt. Saenz. t0dav you Yech. 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