Farmington Daily Times
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BLOOMFIELD — If you punt the ball to Bloomfield, watch out. That's the mentality of the Bobcats' Adrian Vigil and Ray Sanchez, each of whom returned a punt for a touchdown in their team's 55-0 homecoming win over Thoreau Friday night at Bobcat Stadium.   Full Story
 
FARMINGTON — The Aztec football team's top priority is a District 1-5A championship, and that goal is one win away.   Full Story
 
KIRTLAND — The Kirtland Central football team kept rolling Friday night, shutting out the Wingate Bears 60-0, ending the homecoming game at halftime at Bronco Stadium.   Full Story
 
FARMINGTON — After struggling through a difficult nondistrict schedule, the Navajo Prep football team came into district play ready to roll Friday night.   Full Story
 
AZTEC — Piedra Vista needed at least a draw to secure a second-place finish in District 1-5A, but Aztec had no plans of helping out the Lady Panthers, scoring twice in the first half to roll to a 2-0 win Thursday night at Fred Cook Memorial Stadium on senior night.   Full Story
 
FARMINGTON — The Piedra Vista volleyball team can check one goal off its list. The No. 1 Lady Panthers locked up the District 1-5A title with victory over Gallup in straight sets 25-5, 25-16, 25-13 on Thursday night in Gallup.   Full Story
 
Alexa Rogals The Daily Times
FARMINGTON — The District 1-5A gauntlet continues today for Aztec and Piedra Vista as the two teams square off at Hutchison Stadium.   Full Story
 
FARMINGTON — Super Bowl Saturday is just a few days away for young football players in the Four Corners.   Full Story
 
Alexa Rogals — The Daily Times
FARMINGTON — The top-ranked Piedra Vista volleyball team was lucky to emerge with a win against crosstown rival Farmington High.   Full Story
 
FARMINGTON — The Aztec girls soccer team clinched the District 1-5A title in dominant fashion.   Full Story
 
Jon Austria — The Daily Times
AZTEC — In the rain and wind Friday night at Hutchison Stadium, Aztec senior Jake Harris turned in his best performance of the season, rushing the football 12 times for 70 yards and three touchdowns.   Full Story
 
FARMINGTON — Sampson Sage, the head coach of Piedra Vista's cross-country team, had high hopes for the Panthers at the Rio Rancho Jamboree on Saturday.   Full Story
 
Alexa Rogals — The Daily Times
FARMINGTON — With seven minutes and 39 seconds left in the second overtime, Farmington's Kahlil Stoltzfus gained possession on the right side and dropped the ball back to Ismael Quintana on the right corner of the 18-yard box.   Full Story
 
FARMINGTON — A few miscues proved to be too much for Navajo Prep to overcome as the Eagles fell to the Dexter Demons 46-16 Saturday afternoon in Dexter.   Full Story
 
Jesse Hankins — Special to The Daily Times
FARMINGTON — Aztec head coach Matt Steinfeldt told his team that every game for the rest of the season is a district championship game.   Full Story
 
 
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