Santa Fe New Mexican Pojoaque Valley, September 1, 2004

Santa Fe New Mexican Pojoaque Valley

September 01, 2004

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Santa Fe New Mexican Pojoaque Valley, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 2004, Santa Fe, New Mexico ARROYO SECO CUYAMUNGUE Ei RANCHO JACONA JACONITA NAMBI POJOAQUE PojoAqur PUEBLO SAN ILDITONSO PUEBLO TESUQUE PUEBLO FIFTY CENTS Grants beats Elkettes in soccer Pojoaque managed just eight shots on goal Thursday afternoon on Chris Peterson Field and lost to Grants 30 in their season Fifteen minutes into the Audrey Torres shot from just outside the and the ball rolled between goalkeeper Lyly Parishs legs to give Grants a 10 Five minutes Tor res scored Lee Anna Olguin scored the final goal for Grants 15 minutes into the second I think Lyly was a little Pojoaque head coach Lench Romero This was her first game in the Parish made 11 and Romero said she played bet ter as the game Most of the action occurred at Both teams looked flat offen and neither team could generate a consistent Grants edges the Elks in soccer Pojoaque outscored Grants 10 in the second but it wasnt enough to make up for their firsthalf deficit after the Elks lost their home opener 21 Thursday on Chris Peterson Grants won the first and we won the second Pojoaque head coach Vince Cowan Our improvement from the first to the second half was Firstyear goalkeeper Andrew Jaramillo got off to a rocky start when a shot by Grants slid off his hand into the goal in the 15th minute of the first After Jaramillo seasoned Cowan said who tallied 12 made three blocks on one Grants Grants bombarded the net with 23 Midfielder Richard Her rera scored the Elks only goal on a 30yard penalty kick 15 minutes into the sec ond Construction continues This weeks lane closures for the recon struction which are from to 4 will include the following Varied lane closures from to in both Expect brief delays for paving and strip ing Nighttime lane from 6 to in both Teen center hosts artist event Teenagers arid adults are welcome to attend Artist of the Month Club events at the Arroyo Seco Teen A free pastelpainting workshop with artist Cruz Lopez will take place from 1 to 18 at the which is ninetenths of a mile from on County Road 88 in La Supplies will be and snacks will be Other free events will follow in the coming For more call The New Mexican New day dawns for Pojoaque football By JOHN KNOLL For The New Mexican Pojoaque combined a ball control offense and stingy defense to defeat Cuba 180 and end a 14game losing streak in their home opener Saturday at Jacona It was old threeyards and a cloud of dust The Elks reeled off 63 plays from Elks end their 14game losing streak in a homefield battle against while the Rams ran just 30 Jamie Rohrs and Nate San chez gained 101 yards and 92 yards respectively to power the Elks ground game that racked up 246 Both teams failed to win a game last year and Satur days game started off like neither team wanted to win one this The Elks took the open ing drove 40yards to the 25 and the penalty virus They picked up 35yards in penalties and the drive ended when quar terback Juan Sanchez lost a On their second posses the Elks manufactured an 80yard drive that ended on the 6yard After the first two I told the team to just suck it up and hold the Pojoaque head coach Bob Estep Our motto this year is to maintain our patience and While the offense sput the defense was holding the Rams to minus 5 yards rush ing in the first Cuba finished with just 42 rushing yards on 14 Cubas passing game almost gave them an early In the first quar Tim who fin ished 8of16 for 133 hooked up with Andrew Please see Page 3 RUNNING WITH GHOSTS The spirits of three standout runners lead the Pojoaque High School crosscountry team on to success Steve New Mexican Pojoaques crosscountry team runs through the arroyo behind the high school during a Thursday afternoon By JOHN KNOLL For The New Mexican The University of New Mexicos crosscoun try team would be drastically depleted without their five former Pojoaque High including three time state crosscountry Jackie Gallegos twotime champion Stephen and last years Dar ren When the current crop of PHS crosscountry runners disappear into the arroyos and its the ghosts of these past champions that spirits the runners to Seventeen years Allan Lockridge became the Pojoaque High head cross country Before he took over the both It sounds kind of but Allan Lockridge isnt a rather hes a thoughtful coach who knows the value of the girls and boys teams had been blanked at During Lockridges the Elkettes and Elks have garnered three state cham The boys team hasalso won seven district titles and the Elkettes Whats the secret to Pojoaque Highs unsur passed success Lockridge Our teams run the hills with the ghosts of past It sounds kind of but Lockridge isnt a mystic rather hes a prag thoughtful coach who knows the value of Our runners have a tradi tion of success and theyve learned a good work Lockridge For exam Robert Roybal runs with the ghosts of Martinez and Calvert on his back because he trained with them and he knows what it takes to be a a fractured his tibia during last years track He just started training for after a threemonth As a Roybal won the District 2AAA champion Last he placed second in the state meet in The only other senior on the Elks squad is Vince who placed ninth at state last But theres a talented crop of young runners on the horizon like the freshmen Jose and Juan Tru Both Trujillos were on last years district champi junior varsity Lockridge said he expects Roybal to recover and con tend for the state while he expects the Elks to place in the top three at The boys may be too young to win Lock Please see Page 3 Teens bring poetry to life Valley poetry club gives teens a chance to express themselves By CELIA SHATZMAN The New Mexican lit erature and heartache are just a few of the things that influence Demi Oli vas This year a student at McCurdy High will recite her poetry with the very first Espanola Valley Poetry Club and Slam I got more interested in it as a way for my stu dents to get involved in so its not so ster ile and said Espanola team coach Michelle It works in conjunction with traditional paper It brings alive the words that are on the It gets more as an audience is more and as a poet becomes involved with the poem and When you read your its This takes it out of yourself and brings it to public in an immedi ate For the immediacy is what works the metaphors and understanding of language transcend the The team holds slams at the Hands Across Cultures Teen Center in La Practices take place every Tuesday from to 6 The group is open to students age 14 to There are no fees to Please see Page 3 Teacher committed to improving lives of her students Ideas about how to help her students sometimes come to an elementary school teacher after she leaves Anna who has been working at the Te Tsu Geh Oweenge Day School for 18 uses various methods to teach her stu Im constantly brain storming How can I help this child Each student learns differently and must be approached the 54yearold said Some learn with educational puzzles while others catch on with Thats why the individual MARISSA STONE attention students receive at the which is called Tesuque Pueblo Day is so she who must have a cer tificate of Indian blood to also study the Tewa language Twentysix American Indian students from vari ous tribes in New Mexico attend the which is Down the Street operated by the Bureau of Indian In recent teachers werent sure if the school would stay open because atten dance Last attendance plummeted to 19 Some Indian par ents prefer public Dorame But this she word gut around among parents about the great learning environment and individual attention stu dents receive at the The school can accommo date 60 Although teachers dont have aides and lack many Please see Page 2 Luis New Mexican Anna Dorame is a teacher at Tesuque Pueblo Day ;