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Tigers capitalize on critical miscues by the Sartans Saturday at Nusenda Community Stadium in Albuquerque. Aztec improved to 5-1 this season. J.P. Murrieta/NMAA, Farmington Daily Times

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FARMINGTON – The San Juan County football scene is wrapping up non-district play, and multiple players are continuing to post strong numbers. 

Here’s how they’re doing after the first six weeks of 2019:

Passing yards

Farmington’s Caleb Carrillo, 1,568

Bloomfield’s Vince Marquez, 1,552 (through Week 5)

Newcomb’s Deondre Begay, 741

Aztec’s Marcquis Henry, 565

Touchdown passes

Bloomfield’s Vince Marquez, 23 (through Week 5)

Farmington’s Caleb Carrillo, 16

Newcomb’s Deondre Begay, 8

Aztec’s Marcquis Henry, 4

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Navajo Prep running back Kyler Clitso gets the offense going en route to a 36-20 victory Thursday at Eagle Stadium. Clitso had three touchdown runs. Sam Ribakoff, Farmington Daily Times

Rushing yards

Aztec’s Alex Parra, 823

Newcomb’s Deontay Begay, 490

Newcomb’s Deondre Begay, 474

Farmington’s Thomas Montoya, 378

Bloomfield’s Kenyon Mosley, 351 (through Week 5)

Farmington’s Caleb Carrillo, 243

Rushing touchdowns

Aztec’s Alex Parra, 13

Newcomb’s Deondre Begay, 9

Farmington’s Caleb Carrillo, 6

Farmington’s Thomas Montoya 6

Newcomb’s Deontay Begay, 4

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Receiving yards

Bloomfield’s Noah Gurule, 632 (through week 5)

Farmington’s Chance Carrillo, 523

Farmington’s Thomas Montoya, 474

Newcomb’s Leandreth Begay, 304

Touchdown receptions

Farmington’s Chance Carrillo, 6

Bloomfield’s Noah Gurule, 6

Bloomfield’s Raymundo Alcantar, 6 (through Week 5)

Newcomb’s Leandreth Begay, 4

Newcomb’s Sean King, 4

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