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New Mexican (Newspaper) - October 2, 2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico PREP ROUNDUP 2 2005 THE NEW MEXICAN B7 Prep exacts revenge on Horsemen Blue Griff ins 3 Horsemen The New Mexican Two meetings two matches with postregulation finishes and two different results In Saturdays District 2A AAAboys soccer match between Santa Fe Preparatory and St Michaels at Brennand Memorial Field it was the Blue Griffins turn to be victorious They avenged a loss to the Horsemen earlier this season with a 32 finish that was decided in a suddendeath Shootout You hate to lose games like said Merritt Brown SL Michaels head coach Its such a heartbreaker Im so proud of those kids though They played with a lot of The match went back and forth with St Michaels 58 overall 412AAAA striking first on a free kick by Grant Duke A header by Preps Kyle Adesso tied it up then Duke assisted Olin Brown in trie 72nd minute A penalty kick by Preps Daniel Sharf tied it at 2 But while the Horsemen had the first advantage it was Prep that had the final say Both teams knocked in four shots in the first shootout send ing it to suddendeath Sam Mott who replaced Christian Sommer in goal after the sec ond overtime period blocked St Michaels third kicker John DeBella giving the Blue Griffins a 21 edge St Michaels took the first meeting 10 in the Santa Fe City Soccer Tournament They were very excited to play said Santa Fe Prep head coach Todd Kurth We could have given St Mikes a better game in the city tourna ment They were excited psyched and pumped and The two sides meet again on Oct 17 at Brother Abdon Field In other boys soccer Saturday Albuquerque High 4 Santa Fe High 3 Ten minutes from the finish line the Demons allowed two goals and lost a pivotal District 2AAAAA match at Salvador Perez Park Its a disappointing loss because we felt like we had them right where we wanted ROADRUNNERS HOCKEY Offense absent in home loss The New Mexican The veteran goalie came but me offense was still MTA Chris Carlson who played for the Santa Fe RoadRunners last season made his 200506 debut in front of the net for the RoadRunnersand gave up only two goals But the RoadRun ners came up empty more often than not on their opportunities on Saturday as the Texarkana Bandits took a 31 win in the Genoveva Chavez Community Center Despite owning a 3328 shoot ing advantage and the Bandits racking up 36 minutes of pen alties the RoadRunners 02 managed only one goal Carlson saved 25 of 27 shots while Tex arkana added an emptynet ter with 1 minute 13 seconds remaining The first goal Carl son allowed was a tough one as Pat Maroons shot glanced off a skate and into the net in the seventh minute of the first period Cody Donati scored early in the third period for Texarkana and did it again when Carlson was pulled from goal irr the final moments Chris had a great effort Santa Fe head coach Sc9tt Langer said He hasnt played in over 18 days and we threw him in the net It was a real solid Brandon Vossberg tied the game at lat the mark of the second period Vossberg had a chance to tie it at 2 with about 10 minutes to go in the game but Bandits goalie Riley Gill denied his breakaway attempt We had some GradeA chances to Langer said They the Bandits played real good road hockey on Santa Fe continues its home stand on Thursday as Wichita Falls comes in for a threegame series Chris Eadie Santa Fe High head coach said The Demons 2AAAAA took the iead 32 in the 70th minute when Ryan Ford assisted on Presciliano RuizOrquizs goat But the advantage was shortlived John Jared Adams scored twice to cap the comeback for the Bulldogs who played the final 32 minutes of the second half a rnan down after a player was red carded for taunting The Demons out shot the Bulldogs 2610 They had clutch finishing and we said We played a great game except for the two minutes in the first half and the final 10 minutes of the second half Thats all they needed to open the door and walk right David DiJanni gave Santa Fe High a 10 headstart scoring in the 15th minute off a Ronaldo Olivas assist Albuquerque High caught and passed the Demons with a pair of goals in the 28th and 29th minute respectively DiJanni knotted the match a minute before intermission with a goal off a penalty kick Capital 4 Pojoaque 0 The Jaguars firsthalf spurt ability carried them to a nondis trict victory at Pojoaque Oscar Lemus and Luis Ponce scored inside five minutes of each other for Capital which led 20 at intermission Isaac De Luna Navarro and Steven Santos capped the scor ing with goals in the 45th and 68th minute respectively The Jaguars finished 13 shots on goal In girls soccer Saturday Albuquerque High 3 Santa Fe High 2 In a matchup between Dis trict 2AAAAAwinless sides it was Albuquerque High 77 overall 12 2AAAAA that added a T in the win column Eli Baca scored both of the goals for the Demonettes with Kristen Gra ham assisting on one In coed soccer Saturday Waldorf 2 Desert Academy 1 Nathan Goltogly scored the goahead goal in a nondistrict match at Salvador Perez Park in football Saturday Pojoaque 40 Wingate O If nothing else came out of the Elks shutout of the Bears 05 in Pojoaque it at least was an egobooster It was good for said Bob Estep Pojoaque head coach It was a good pick meup It got their confidence level back up and now we have two weeks to prepare for St Randal Ortega threw four passes for 119 yards for the Elks while Fernandez led the ground attack with 207 rushing yards Travis Leyba ran for 129 yards including an 80yard touchdown while seven other backs combined for 134 yards Santa Fe Indian School 43 Springer 12 Springer was all but done once the Braves established their running game After a 226 lead at halftime SFIS capped off its sixth win of the season behind running back Aaron Cajero Cajero finished with 146 yards on 25 carries good for two touchdowns in the nondistrict home victory The undefeated Braves also werent afraid to use their pass ing game as Miguel Rodriguez completed 14 passes for 55 yards and a touchdown Jonathan Vigil was on the receiving end of the and two other Rodriguez passes for a total of 24 yards McCurdy 12 Questa 8 A 30yard pass from Greg Naranjo to Esteven Sanchez in the fourth quarter lifted the Bobcats to a nondistrict victory in Questa The Bobcats 42 and Wild cats exchanged firstquarter touchdowns with McCurdy scoring on a 47yard touchdown run by Rafael Aterlcio Escalante 40 Dulce 8 The Lobos continued their undefeated pace as running back Adam Martinez ran for 152 yards and quarterback Lucas Chavez threw for 195 Escalante improved to 60 In volleyball Saturday St Michaels 3 Las Vegas Robertson O The Lady Horsemen took care of business quickly in PerezShelley Gymnasium shutting down Robertson 259 2519 2511 The win improved St Michaels District 2AAA record to 31 Game 2 was very said St Michaels head coach Chela Butler They played well I think we were just very confident going Rosemary Othmer had 10 ser vice points and four kills for the Lady Horsemen while Heidi Geyer chipped in seven points at the service line and 20 assists Kara Gindlesperger finished with seven kills Santa Fe Preparatory 3 Monte del Sol O It was nice to open District 2AA with a win but the goal of Prep head coach Gutierrez was preparing for other district foes They did really Gutier rez said of his Blue Griffins in a 2520 2512 2510 victory Weve been wor king on a new defense which Im trying to get ready for Seniors Sell Vareia and Erica Hoback had 19 and 11 service points for Santa Fe Prep 58 overall 10 respectively Kings Jaguars come from behind In win Continued from Page Bl non said I hope hes all right I just knew I had to get it done to help my team out Thats what we Ironically it was the 20min ute delay from Moultons injury that saved the Jaguars Nineteen points in the first 12 minute 52 second of the sec ond half gave Santa Fe a 2519 lead and Capital 23 was going the wrong way on every single offensive play The first 13 plays of the sec ond half totaled a loss of 16 yards three interceptions and a fumble The turnovers gave the Demons 06 a short field to work with and their longest drive was 43 yards When quarterback Nunez scored on an option keeper from 2 yards out Santa Fe took the lead with left in the game We just gave them too many chances on such a short Capital head coach Stephen Castille said We can only ask our defense for so Moultons injury came at the 951 mark but another touch down seemed imminent with Santa Fe only 11 yards from pay dirt The Jaguars stood firm however giving up only 2 yards before a penalty forced Sigi Chacon to try a 31yard field goal that was short and to the right The slow down in the game you have to take every precaution with an injury and we hope the kids all Demons head coach Mike Ulibarri said I dont know if it slowed us down or gave us a different Capital slowly moved down At a glance Turning point With Santa Fe at the Capital 11yard line early in the fourth quarter the Jaguars defense stiffened and forced the Demons back to the 14 SIgi Chacons 31yard field goal was no good and Capital scored the goahead touch down on its ensuing drive Telling stat Even though Capital had three interceptions quarterbacks Levi Harmon and Marc Moulton combined to complete 14of26 passes for 182 yards and four touch downs The Demons Derek Nunez and Julio Rascon were lfor15 for 7 yards with three interceptions field needing three big fourth down plays to keep the drive alive The first was a roughing the punter call on Santa Fe Flannon then hit Dominic Medrano on a fake punt play for a 14yard gain on fourth and4 The final one was a fourth and9 just inside the Santa Fe 20 where Harmon lobbed a pass to the 62 Vigil who out jumped the 58 Ivan Ortega then jogged into the end zone to make it 2625 with L06 to go I saw it before the play the height Harmon said We were going to pick on him a little and I just threw it up Hes a big guy an athlete Hes going to make that Harmon knows about play making easily 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