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New Mexican (Newspaper) - October 2, 2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico B6 THE NEW MEXICAN Sunday October 2 2005 Upset Horsemen now 32 Continued from Page Bl Chavez was taken to St Vin cent Regional Medical Center for observation that would say preliminarily he has a concus sion and a strained neck Manning a sophomore backup with one career start a loss to Capita took to the field against the No 1 Class AAA team in the state according to The Associated Press and most anyone else The game resumed after a 10 minute layoff It was firstand10 St Michaels from midfield mid way through the first quarter Manning threw his first two passes nervously high and incomplete and he and the Horsemen have been dead if not for the fact that NMMI 33 committed its fifth penalty of the game and second personal foul on a thirdand10 from the St Michaels 43 The Horsemen scored on the next play a 43yard beauty of a cutback from the left side by tailback Robbie Castillo The extra point tied the game at 7 with to go first quarter but NMMI would con tinue to make mistakesand St Michaels would continue to take advantage before eventu ally winning 247 in a stunner in nondistrict football at Brother Abdon Field on Saturday I was hoping Kevin would get Manning said But when he didnt I knew I had to do what ever it took to get a Manning was never in a posi tion to win the game for St Michaels but he certainly could have lost it for them by turning the ball over or making mistakes But there would not be a repeat of St Michaels 11 rumbles against Capital Most all the mistakes in this one belonged to NMMI The Colts kept a secondquar ter St Michaels drive going by first committing an offsides and then their third and final per sonal foul of the half on second andfive The walkoff after a late hit gave St Michaels a first down at the Colts 21 Castillo ran for 3 yards then Manning hit junior running back Jason Vigil with an 18yard touchdown pass with left before the half It was 147 St Michaels after the kick Castillo scored another touch down after a NMMI threeand out on a 30yard bobandweave in which he left Colt defender Clay Woodward face first in the grass Castillo dashed up the near sideline and jukcd Wood ard so hard that the senior was nearly dcpantsed at the 15yard line We knew when Mark came in we all needed to step up and take the pressure off Cas tillo who ran for 109 yards on 20 carries with a pair of scores said The Colts were stunned to silence They committed their final penally of the half with 4 sec onds left It was a passinterfer ence call that led to a 26yard field goal by Tony Perez for the final margin NMMI committed 12 penal ties in the first half including three personal fouls which led to 17 points for St Michaels The penalties were our said senior running back David Pickard Some people might think that it was a hometown thing or something But I dont think any offi cial would call something that wasnt The Horsemen avenged two bad losses from last season NMMT beat St Michaels 5414 in the 2004 regular season and 437 in the semifi nals St Michaels only made the AAA championship because of an NMMI forfeit This is the best weve played in a Horsemen head coach Joey Fernandez said Manning finished his day 7for14 passing with one touch down and no interceptions Definitely the biggest game of my he said Chavez will be evaluated through next week Fernandez didnt know for sure the extent of the injuries St Michaels opens its District 2AAA season against Las Vegas Robertson this Saturday at Brother Abdon Field But even if Chavez cant go the Horsemen are pretty sure theyve found a quarterback they can win with HIGH SCHOOL CROSS COUNTRY Eagles soar at SFIS Invitational Albuquerque Eldorado wins four firstplace trophies By Pancho Morris The New Mexican SANTO DOMINGO PUEBLO They were told to stick together They did For miles And then some The Golden Eagles of Albu querque Eldorado High School packed the finish line Saturday in the girls varsity race of the Santa Fe Indian School Invita tionalcross country meet Julie Brasher Rachel Velarde and Erin OstileMadden played followtheleader into the finishing chute while Laynee Valverde and Allison Bedo nie crossed in fifth and sixth respectively Only Sophia Tor res a Pojoaque eighthgrader spoiled what would have been a perfect score by placing fourth Eldorados pack time was an astonishing 51 seconds The Eagles 17 points easily distanced runnerup Pojoaque which finished second with 80 Albuquerque Del Norte was third with 111 points It was one of four firstplace team trophies the Eagles took back to the Northeast Heights Even with the states best dis tance runner Matt Tebo sit ting this meet out the Kevin McNallyled Eagles ran unchal lenged in the boys varsity race Eldorado was low team with 46 points Sandia Prep of Albu querque took second with 98 while Capital which was on a twoinvite winning streak was third with 104 It was the second indi vidual victory of the season for McNally who set the course record at the Belen Invitational a couple weeks ago I wanted to get out and attack the first McNally a senior said Just to see who would go with Luis Chavez and Jeremy Chavez both in Capital uni forms were the only runners to stay loyal to McNallys pace which was 5 minutes 17 sec onds after the first mile and at the twomile mark McNally threw in a pair of surges between the first and second mile which took run ners through a series of moguls that had been softened by the midweek rain Those surges dropped everyone except for Luis Chavez After two miles I knew where it was at all McNally said I wasnt too worried but I definitely knew where he McNally completed the hilly and challenging course in And since it was newly designed from a year ago his time also was a course record Luis Chavez was second in while Jeremy Chavez ran third in McNally missed Tebo Sort of There was no one to he said of his junior teammate who is considered one of the top 15 distance runners in the country Hes a great runner and he gets after it Sometimes its good not to always race against Tebo and McNally give the Eagles a pair of runners capable of leading their team to its first state championship since 1997 Who says so James Butler their coach He knows what hes talking about Butler running for Eldo rado took individual honors at state in 1997 and also led the Eagles to their one and thus far only state title The boys are just as tal said Butler who is in his first season as head coach Theyre just lacking the confi McNally concurs If we race like we train we Albuquerque Eldorados feats have not gone unnoticed The Eagles are ranked third in the Southwest Region and eighth nationally have a great shot at he said If that happens the Eagles likely will be celebrating two championships on the first Saturday in November the day state titles are dispensed In winning their fifth invita tional of the season the unde feated Eldorado girls have not scored above 30 points in each victory save one the UNM Invitational Their feats have not gone unnoticed The Eagles are ranked third in the Southwest Region and eighth nationally And the best is yet to come This season and beyond Brasher who pulled away from her teammates in the final mile and took home individual honors in is a freshman Two of her classmates are Valverde and Bedonie Velarde and OstileMadden are sopho mores Gulp Its amazing to be running with those Brasher said after her second victory in as many weeks Its just awe some IN THE BAG THE FIRST ANNUAL OLF CLASSIC WAS A HUGE SI I I UCCESS THANK You TO ALL OF OUR SPONSORS WE COULDNT HAVE DONE IT WITHOUT YOUR GENEROUS SUPPORT TITLE SPONSOR PROAM SPONSOR PREMIUM SPONSORS Premier Distributing Company KKOB Radio Hambe K08TV The Santa Fe New Mexican VIP SPONSORS BT HomK Santa Fe Properties The Pepsi Bottling Group PRO AM DINNER St Vincents Regional Medical Center Akal Security SCOREBOARD SPONSOR Bauncbugh Associate GOLD HOLE SPONSORS Hew Mexico Department of Tourism New Mexico Sport Authority Hilton Hotels Hie Juynes Companies Bmks Bubbles WelK Farqo Ohkay Casino Berordinclli Family Funeral Service Regional Development Corp SATOP HK Comei Institute of HeMmce Daniels Insurant Vaughn Wedeen Creative Boydston First Slain Bank SPONSORS This season is not the first time Brasher and her mates have tasted success Four com pete for Albuquerque Athletics Track Team which finished second nationally in the Midget Division of the USA Track and Field Junior Olympics Cross Country Championships in 2002 and sixth in 2003 They have a lot of experi ence despite their But ler said of his freshmen And their presence also has made the sophomores better Theyve improved their rimes by a Butler said Still it goes beyond the num bers On Saturday when one Eagle would drop off the frontrun ning pace the other four were there with constant encourage ment until she rejoined the flock Something like that will pull iw you through a race if you are w having a bad Butler said As for she is a 10 P time AllAmerica six in track four in cross country though not a peep about her ev individual accolades came fromiI her n We just like running together and doing the best we od Brasher said Were real close as a f L It showed a After winning their division fe the Eagle girls cheered on the v boys as they sped past the I way mark They did so as a pack Naturally Contact Pancho Morris at 9953835 or firstname.lastname@example.org. 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