Follow along with tonight's Daily-Times game of the week
BLOOMFIELD − 9:01 p.m. -- And that's gonna be a wrap on this one, as the Elks simply can't get out of their own way. We're headed downstairs for halftime interviews and we'll wrap things up here later tonight.
Durango blows out Farmington 56-7.
8:54 p.m. -- And just like that, George Rascon, Jr. takes the ensuing kickoff back for another Bobcat TD. Bloomfield gets the running clock turned back on, leading 42-6.
8:51 p.m. -- Pojoaque Valley finally gets on the board as Ethan Meloy Chavez scored on a 70-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Adam Pacheco. The PAT attempt was blocked, and Bloomfield still leads 35-6.
8:47 p.m. END OF FIRST QUARTER, Bloomfield leads 35-0.
8:45 p.m. -- Sharpe found receiver Andrew Bair for a pair of first down passes on the near sideline to get the Bobcats inside the red zone. On a third and 10 play, the two teamed up again for Sharpe's fourth touchdown pass of the night, the score now 35-0 with still a minute to go in the first quarter.
8:36 p.m. -- Pojoaque Valley mounts their best drive of the game so far, getting the ball out past midfield before a fourth down pass attempt falls incomplete, resulting in a turnover on downs. The Bobcats went right back to work, with a pass completion from Sharpe to Javan Williamson and a big running play up the middle by Aaron Johnson. Sharpe then found George Rascon wide open down the near sideline for another Bloomfield score. Christian Alcantar grabbed the 2-point conversion pass to extend Bloomfield's lead to 29-0 with three minutes left in the first quarter.
Durango leads Farmington 49-7 in the second quarter. Sandia leads PV 7-0 at the half.
8:24 p.m. And just like that, Bloomfield has now gone back-to-back-to-back scoring drives, as Sharpe found a wide open Seitzinger down the middle of the field for their third score of the game. The PAT makes it 21-0 with 6:39 left in the opening quarter.
The game got started a little after 8 p.m., and it took only a few minutes for the Bobcats to establish their dominance on the field.
After a Pojoaque Valley 3-and-out drive to start the game, Bloomfield marched down the field and got a short touchdown run from Jesse Seitzinger, followed by Drew Perez getting in the end zone for a 2-point conversaion.
After a fumble recovery, Bloomfield wasted little time scoring again. On the second play after the turnover, Ryan Sharpe found Perez in the corner of the end zone for a touchdown. The PAT kick was good and extended Bloomfield's lead to 15-0 with 8 minutes left in the opening quarter.
p.m. -- We had another lightning strike in the area, so the start of the game tonight has been pushed back to at least 7:50 p.m.
7 p.m. -- There's more lightning on the horizon. There's also several hundred people lined up outside the stadium. Gametime is still scheduled for 7:30 p.m., and we're watching the skies.
6:25 p.m. -- Because of lightning in the area, the start of tonight's game between Bloomfield and Pojoaque Valley has been pushed back to 7:30 p.m.
There has been a light, steady rain falling here for the last 15 minutes and the winds are gusting pretty well on Hwy 64 coming out here from Farmington and on the roads leading to Bobcat Stadium.
We're live at Bobcat Stadium where the second-ranked football team in Class 4A Bloomfield Bobcats will face off with Pojoaque Valley High School tonight at 7 p.m.
We'll have updates from games across San Juan County and around the state, as well as live scoring updates and views from the press box as Bloomfield looks to improve to 2-0 on the current season.
Here's a look at the most recent coaches poll, which was released earlier this week.
Bloomfield is coming off a solid win last weekend to open the season, cruising past St. Pius by a final of 61-20. The victory puts the Bobcats squarely in the conversation for being one of the top teams in Class 4A in the state of New Mexico. The Bobcats are currently ranked second in the most recent MaxPreps poll for Class 4A football teams, just behind defending state champion Lovington. The Wildcats lost their season opener last weekend to top-ranked 5A Roswell by a final of 69-29.