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FARMINGTON — The Navajo Prep volleyball team continued its hot start to the season with a win in Gallup.   Full Story
 
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BLOOMFIELD — The Bloomfield Bobcats will get a shot at redemption when they host the Taos Tigers tonight at Bobcat Stadium.   Full Story
 
FARMINGTON — The 505 Fight Factory will put on its second Fall Fight Fest in about two weeks. About 50 boxers are committed to fight on Oct. 4   Full Story
 
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BLOOMFIELD — The No. 2 Farmington High boys soccer team found a goal-scoring punch against Bloomfield.   Full Story
 
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AZTEC— Aztec wide receiver Josh Harris has had one of the best starts to a season possible. Through the Tigers first three games Harris has caught 23 passes for 489 yards and 10 touchdowns.   Full Story
 
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FARMINGTON — The Shiprock boys cross-country team turned in another solid performance Saturday at the Academy for Technology and the Classics' Invite in Santa Fe.   Full Story
 
FARMINGTON — Farmington High School recently received the Safe Sports School Award from the National Athletic Trainers' Association for providing safe environments for its student-athletes.   Full Story
 
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FARMINGTON — The Piedra Vista volleyball team ran into a familiar opponent in the final of its tournament.   Full Story
 
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FARMINGTON — Aztec earned a signature win Saturday at the Albuquerque Academy Tournament, beating Carlsbad 5-3.   Full Story
 
FARMINGTON — The Farmington High football team ran into an experienced Belen squad during its first road test of the season.   Full Story
 
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KIRTLAND — Continuing their long-time rivalry, the Aztec Tigers met the Kirtland Central Broncos on Friday night at Bronco Stadium in what turned out to be a one-sided victory for the Tigers, who mercy ruled the Broncos 56-6 with 6:32 remaining in the game.   Full Story
 
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FARMINGTON — The Piedra Vista football team had a difficult start to its season, but the growing pains paid off for the young Panthers in their home opener.   Full Story
 
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KIRTLAND — In their first district game of the season, the Kirtland Central Lady Broncos girls soccer team sent a message to the rest of District 1-4A with a dominating 5-0 win over Rehoboth Christian (3-5, 1-2 District 1-4A/A) at Bronco Stadium Thursday night.   Full Story
 
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FARMINGTON — The Farmington Scorpions will hit the road for the first time this season as they prepare for a familiar opponent.   Full Story
 
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FARMINGTON — In a tune-up matchup before the Piedra Vista Invitational this weekend, Navajo Prep had no problem dispatching of Dulce.   Full Story
 
 
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