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Friday High School Football Scores

Friday High School Football Scores Photo: MGN

J.P. Murrieta
September 02, 2017 09:08 AM

Friday Football Scores

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Albuquerque 28, Valencia 14

Atrisco Heritage 49, Onate 7   The Jaguars rushed for over 400 yards in the victory.

Belen 55, Highland 0

Bernalillo 41, Navajo Prep 6

Capitan 50, NMMI 0

Clint (TX) 21, Chaparral 20

Cloudcroft 44, Menaul 0

Clovis 34, Carlsbad 14

Cuba 18, McCurdy 7

Dexter 26, Texico 7

Eldorado 55, Volcano Vista 32    Quarterback Gabe Smith accounted for four touchdowns.

Escalante 12, Espanola Valley 6

Eunice 24, Estancia 16

Farmington 42, Del Norte 7

Ft. Sumner 44, Santa Rosa 20

Hobbs 56, Artesia 49

Kirtland Central 21, Snowflake (AZ) 14

Los Lunas 53, Alamogordo 0        Los Lunas mercy ruled Alamogordo before halftime.  Nick Gaerlan had 114 yards rushing with three touchdowns, he also threw for another score.

Loving 34, Hagerman 32

Melrose 58, Mescalero 6

Mesilla Valley Christian 55, Magdalena 0

Moriarty 46, Los Alamos 0

Mountainair 46, Tatum 6

Piedra Vista 30, Goddard 7

Portales 42, Lovington 21

Raton 46, Trinidad (CO) 0

Rio Rancho 42, El Paso Americas 10          Logan Bruere threw for over 300 yards and 5 touchdowns.

Ruidoso 20, Hatch Valley 18

Sandia 33, Valley 14                         Ky’dae Jones rushed for 157 yards and 2 touchdowns.

Santa Teresa 39, Santa Fe 21

Shiprock 20, Newcomb 6

Thoreau 52, Laguna Acoma 10

Tohatchi 70, Dulce 34

Tularosa 14, Socorro 13

Vaughn 57, Floyd 6

West Las Vegas 53, Grants 0

Thursday

La Cueva 30, Cleveland 7               The Bears almost shutout the Storm and dominated Cleveland offensively and defensively.  Quarterback Dylan Summer threw for over 260 yards and two touchdowns and ran for another.

West Mesa 27, St. Pius X 14         The Mustangs jumped out to a 20-0 lead in the second quarter and never looked back.  Running back Mark Garcia rushed for three scores.

El Paso Del Valle 7, Mayfield 0

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J.P. Murrieta

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