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HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 2015 5 Hunting seasons ramp up across NM Submitted by NM DEPT of GAME FISH/Santa Fe Many hunters will be tak- ing to the woods and fields across New Mexico starting Sept. 1, the opening day for deer, elk and turkey archery hunts and for most small game and upland game birds. Submitted by NM DEPT of GAME FISH/Santa Fe 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 ofi‘icers 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: ~Bluewater Lake: Richard Johnson of Rio Rancho caught a 24—pound, 44-inch tiger muskie Aug. 26. He was using a Rapala and reported catching and releas- ing 12 muskies over a three day period. Jake A. Martinez, with the help of his father Andrew J. Martinez, both of Albuquerque, caught a 48-inch tiger muskie Aug. 29. He was using a spin- ner bait. Jesse Apodaca of Al- buquerque caught and released a 34-inch tiger muskie Aug. 30. He was using a Rapala. -Pecos River: Gilbert Suazo caught a four—pound, 21-inch rainbow trout August 30. He was using a live grasshopper. 'Rio Grande: George Koroneos of Santa Fe, caught a 40-inch northern pike Aug. 29. He was using a gold hammered Panther Martin. -Storrie Lake: MykelJon Vasquez, 6, of Las Vegas, caught his first catfish Aug. 30. He was using worms. .Tingley Beach: Phil Sanders of Albuquerque caught a 4-pound, 24-inch channel catfish Aug. 28. He was using a night crawler. The following came in late but we felt they were definitely worth mentioning: -El Rito Creek: Andrew Orlicky of Albuquerque caught a 30- inch channel catfish Aug. 23. He was fishing for trout and using worms. Hopewell Lake: Bill Werntz of Albuquerque caught a 26-inch and a 29—inch rainbow trout Aug. 21. He was using night crawlers and grasshoppers. -Storrie Lake: Chasity Gonzales, 19, of Las Vegas, caught a 21- inch rainbow trout Aug. 11. She was using Zeke’s garlic bait. 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, age, Southwest Area Fishing Re ort Hunting seasons for doves, blue grouse, band-tailed pigeons and squirrels will open in many areas of the state starting Sept. 1. Licenses, maps, question- naires and other related materi- als are available online at the Game and Fish Department’s website, hometown, date, location, type of fish, length and weight if pos- sible and bait, lure or fly used. SOUTHWEST AREA Alumni Pond: We had no re— ports from anglers this week. Bear Canyon: Fishing was slow for all species. Bill Evans Lake: We had no re- ports from anglers this week. Caballo Lake: Fishing picked up this past week for anglers fishing from the bank. They were using night crawlers, liver and crank baits and catching a mixed bag of catfish and white bass. We had no reports from boaters. Elephant Butte Lake: Fishing was slow to fair using crank baits, blade baits, spoons and spinners for white bass. Fishing for largemouth bass and small- mouth bass was slow but there were a few caught by anglers using top water lures, tubes, worms, salt craws and jerk baits. Fishing was good using chicken liver, beef liver, night crawlers and cut bait for catfish. The best reports came from anglers fish- ing at night. We had no reports on other species. The surface water temp was in the low to mid 805. Escondida Lake: Fishing was fair using beef liver, chicken liver and hot dogs for catfish. We had no reports on other spe- cies. Gila River: Stream flow as of Monday morning was 103 cfs. We had no reports from anglers this week. Glenwood Pond: Fishing was fair to good using PowerBait and salmon eggs for trout. Lake Roberts: We had no re- ports from anglers this week. Percha Dam: Fishing was slow for all species. Fishing pressure was very light. Quemado Lake: We had more— ports from anglers this week. Rio Grande: Stream flow as of Monday morning was 2,080 cfs. Fishing below Elephant Butte was slow to fair using night crawlers and liver for catfish. An- glers using night crawlers also reported catching two walleye. We had no reports from below Caballo. Snow Lake: Fishing was fair us— ing PowerBait and salmon eggs for trout. Young Pond: Fishing was fair using liver, hot dogs and night crawlers for catfish. We had no reports on other species. LORDSBURG HIGH SCHOOL LADY MAVERICK VOLLEYBALL DATE Tuesday, August 25 Thursday, September 3 Saturday, September 5 Tuesday, September 8 Fri/Sat, Sept.1 1/12 Tuesday, September 15 Sat., Sept. 19 Tuesday, September 22 Thursday, September 24 Tuesday, September 29 Tuesday, October 13 Saturday, October 17' Tuesday, October 20 Saturday, October 24 Tuesday, October 27 Saturday, October 31 Silver DATE Wednesday, August 19 Friday, August 28 Saturday, September 5 Friday, September 11 Friday, September 18 Friday, September 25 Friday, October 2 ' Friday, October 9 Friday, October 16 Friday, October 23 Friday, October 30 Friday, November 6 Fri-Sat, November 13/14 Fri—Sat, November 20/21 Fri-Sat, November 27/28 Fri-Sat, December 46 OPPONENT at Silver at Animas at Morenci Invitational Hot Springs at Magdalena Tournament Animas Cobre at Hot Springs at Cobre at MV Christian at Capitan Tularosa MV Christian at Tularosa Capitan 2015 LORDSB TIME 5:00/6:00:00 PM 4:00/5:30 PM TBA 5:00/6:00 PM TBA 4:00/5:30 PM 11:00 AM/12:00 PM 5:00/6:00 PM 5:00/6200 PM 4:00/5:00 PM 5:00/6:30 PM 1:00/2100 PM 5:00/6:00 PM 11:30 AM/1 :00 PM 5:00/6:00 PM 1:00/2:00 PM OPPONENT www.wildlife.state.nm.us. The 2015-16 migratory game-bird hunting rules and in- formation booklet is available on the department website. Printed copies will be available soon at game and fish offices and license vendors. The department will accept draw applications for sandhill crane and pheasant hunts from Sept. 2 to Sept. 30. Apply online with a customer account at www.wildlifestate.nm.us or by phone at (888) 248-6866. A list of available hunt dates and more information about bag limits and seasons is available on the department website. This year, department staff manning crane harvest check stations also will inspect har- vested ducks for evidence of avian flu, said Kristin Madden, bird program manager for the department. Pronghorn antelope hunting season began in early August and is ongoing while big—game muzzleloader and rifle hunts commence later in the fall and continue through the early win- ter. An estimated 36,000 elk hunters, 27,000 deer hunters, 4,400 pronghorn hunters and 30,000 small—game and bird hunters are expected to be in the field this season. The Department of Game and Fish urges all hunters to stress safety while in the field, especially during archery sea- sons when hunters commonly are dressed in camouflage. Hik- ers, bikers and others using the back country during hunting seasons are encouraged to wear bright clothing so they are eas- ily visible to hunters. For more information about hunting in New Mexico please visit the Department’s website at www.wildlife.state.nm.us. "Kitchens of the Midwest" by J. Ryan Stradal About a young woman with a once-in-a- generation palate who becomes the iconic chef behind the country’s most coveted dinner reservation, is the summer’s most hotly-anticipated debut. Neuro Tribes-The Legacy of Autistm and the Future of Neurodiversity By Steve Sllberman What is autism? A lifelong disability, or a naturally occurring form of cognitive difference akin to certain forms of genius? in truth, it is all of these things and more»— and the future of our society depends on our understanding it. Last Bus to Wisdom By Ivan Doig Donal Cameron is being raised by his grandmother, the cook at the legendary Double W ranch in Ivan Doig’s beloved Two Medicine Country of the Montana Rockies, a landscape that gives full rein to an eleven-year-old’s imagination. But when Gram has to have surgery for "female trouble" in the summer of 1951, all she can think to do is to ship Donal off to her sister in faraway Manitowoc, Wisconsin. There Donal is in for a rude surprise: Aunt Kate— bossy, opinionated, argumentative, and tyrannical—is nothing like her sister. The ADHD Advantage By Dale Archer, MD What you thought was a diagnosis may be your greatest strength, it offers an inspiring new way to view your or your loved one’s diagnosis. Microsoft Windows 10-The Fast Easy Way to Learn By Paul McFedries Clear step by step screen shots that show you how to tackle more than 150 Windows tasksjnspiring new way to view your or your loved one‘s diagnosis. W. Lordsburg Hidalgo Library 208 East 3rd Street 575'542'9646 URG MAVERICK FOOTBALL at Silver City (Scrimmage) vs. Willcox, AZ at Newcomb (at Shiprock, NM) at Hatch vs Hot Springs vs Anthony,TX at Cobre vs San Elizario, TX OPEN at Capitan vs Mesilla Valley Christian vs Tularosa State First Round State Quarter Finals State Semi-Finals State Championship Mavericks kick off 2015 s shutting out Willcox, 53-0 Courtesy submission The Lordsburg Maverick Football Team started the 2015 season with a lopsided victory over the visiting Willcox Cow- boys. Quarterback Johnny Plow- man started the scoring with a 68— yard-run on the first play of the game. The Mavericks led 7—0 with 11:44 left in the first quarter after Matt May kicked the extra point. The Maverick defense forced the Cowboys to punt on their opening offensive series af- ter which the Mavericks scored on a 66-yard drive, culminating with a 16—yard touchdown run by running back Raymond Saucedo. May converted his second extra point kick of the night. On the first play of the Cowboy’s next possession, cornerback Ramon Retana tipped a pass that was intercepted by Greg Cuevas. The Mavericks scored on the next play an a 27- yard pass from Plowman to Saucedo. May kicked the extra point making the score 21-0 Mavericks with 6:56 left in the first quarter. The Cowboys turned the ball over again on the first play of the next possession. Gabriel Granado recovered a fumble after a hard tackle by Plowman jarred the ball loose. The Maverick offense wasted no time in putting points on the scoreboard. Plowman hit Jacob Esquivel on a nice pass for a 31-yard touchdown. May hit the extra point making the score 28- O with 6:40 left in the first quar- ter. On the next possessions Willcox punted twice and the Mavericks once. On their next possession, the Maverick running back Caleb May scampered on a nifty 34-yard run to the Cowboy 13—yard line. Matt May scored on the next play on a 13—yard run, but missed the extra point mak- ing the score 34-0 in favor of the Mavericks with 11:52 left in the second quarter. On their first play of their next possession, Plowman again caused the Cowboy runner to fumble the ball and was recovered by Matt May. The Mavericks again scored on the next play on a quick 32—yard run by Jaime Bullying can affect you in many ways. You may lose sleep or feel sick. You may want to skip school. You may even be thinking about suicide. If you are feeling hopeless or helpless or know someone that is, please call the LIFELINE at 1-800—273-TALK(8255) For more resources, visit StopBullying.gov. am up LocAL Foon Artiaga. The extra point try failed on: a pass after a bad snap. The score was now 40-0 with 10:29 left in the half. On their next pos- session, Brandon Strain inter- cepted a Cowboy pass. Strain capped of the drive with a 5- yard run and Plow- man kicked the extra . point for a 47-0 lead with 8:32 left in the first half. The Maver- icks kicked off to the Cowboys to start the third quarter. The Cow- boys kept the ball for six plays after two Maverick penalties kept the drive alive. The Mavericks forced the Cowboys to punt and got pos- session of the ball on their own 45- ‘ yard line. The ‘I .1; Mavericks capped off the game with a 10 yard run by quar- terback Greg Cuevas, making the score 53-0 and ending the game with the 50 point rule with 10:18 left in the game. The Maver- ick offensive line blocked well for most of the game, creating holes for the backs to run and giving the quarterbacks time to pass. The line consists of Chris Arambula, Gabriel Granado, Alejandro Estrada, Alex Estrada, Zabien Santoyo, Horacio Zambrano, Malachi Salinas, and Miguel Armenta. The Mavericks rushed for 241 yards on 19 car- ries and Plowman passed for 165 yards on 8 completions on 10 passes and 2 touchdowns. The Maverick defense held the Cow- wt» x.“ meme Jaime Artiaga Brandon Strain Photos by JAMIE DlAZ/Lordsburg eason by boy offense for a total of minus 16 yards for the game. Plowman led the Mavericks in rushing with 76 yards and one touchdown, followed by Caleb May with 58 yards and Jaime Artiaga with 45 and a touchdown. Matt May, Bran- don Strain, Greg Cuevas and R a y m o n d Saucedo each scored a rushing to u c h d o w n . Saucedo and Jacob Esquivel each scored on a touchdown pass. On defense, the Mavericks were led by line- backers Jacob Esquivel and R a y m o n d Saucedo with 6 t and 4 tackles, re- s p e c t i v e l y . A l e j a n d r o Estrada had two q u a rte r b a c k sacks, a hurry, and a pass deflection. Plowman caused two fumbles and had two pass de- flections. Matt May:- and Gabriel Granado recov- ered one fumble each. Greg "‘ Cuevas and Bran- don Strain each intercepted a pass. The Maver- icks will be on the road the next two weeks. The Mavericks will travel to the 4-Corner area of the state to play the Newcomb Skyhawks in Shiprock, NM as part of the Northern New Mexico Football Classic. The game is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 5 at 2:00 PM. Shiprock will play Chinle, AZ after the Maverick- Skyhawk game. On Friday, Sept. 11, the Mavericks will travel to Hatch to take on the Bears. ANIMAS HIGH SCHOOL 2015 PANTHER FOOTBALL DATE August 15 August 28 September 5 September 1 1 September 18 September 26 October October 1 0 October 16 October 23 OPPONENT Ft. Hancock, TX NMSU vs Floyd @Mescalero @ San Smon @ Hondo vs. Reserve @Vaughn vs. Corona vs. San Simon vs. Ft. 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