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Aziz signs to play at Adams State University

Posted: Friday, Apr 17th, 2015
Courier Sports Editor
LA JARA--Centauri High School senior Leah Aziz has signed her National Letter of Intent to continue her education and basketball career close to home as she will be playing for the Adams State University Grizzlies.
Aziz celebrated her signing with her brother Jerab, her mother Elia Cerrato, Head Coach Dave Forster, Assistant Coach Mark Parrish and Centauri
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Wolverines hand Alamosa first loss of 2015

Posted: Friday, Apr 17th, 2015
Courier Sports Editor
ALAMOSA--Even 35 mile per hour wind gusts driven by snow flurries in the first half and the second part of the final frame could not keep the Alamosa Mean Moose and Bayfield Wolverines from completing their Southwestern League soccer match on Thursday afternoon as Bayfield won the game 2-1. Last time these two teams met over Wolf
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Ullibarri signs with Adams State

Posted: Thursday, Apr 16th, 2015
ALAMOSA--Alamosa High School senior Jericho Ullibarri signed a National Letter of Intent to continue his education and running career at Adams State University. Ullibarri, who has been a 4-time All-Valley selection, celebrated with his father and assistant coach Ezy Ullibarri, mother Anna and Alamosa High School Head Coach Larry Zaragoza.
Ullibarri was also a 4-time state qualifier in cross
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Martin signs NLI to stay in Alamosa

Posted: Thursday, Apr 16th, 2015
ALAMOSA--Following in his sister's footsteps, Alamosa High School senior Tanner Martin signed his National Letter of Intent to continue his cross country and track and field career at Adams State University. Tanner, a 3-time All-Valley Selection, celebrated his choice with his father and future coach Damon Martin, mother Konnie, sister Lauren, assistant coach Ezy Ullibarri and Alamosa Head Coach Larry
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Corona signs to run with UC-CS

Posted: Thursday, Apr 16th, 2015
ALAMOSA--Alamosa High School senior Brianna Corona signed her National Letter of Intent to continue her education and running career at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs. Corona, who has been a 2-time All-Valley selection, celebrated her signing with her family, sister Abby, sister Jessamy, mother Leslie, father Luis, coach Ezy Ullibarri, Alamosa High School Head Coach Larry Zaragoza and assistant coach
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Falcons fly over Farmers in baseball action

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 15th, 2015
Courier Sports Editor
LA JARA--A perfect day weather wise saw the Centauri Falcons defeat the Sargent Farmers in baseball action on Tuesday night as the Falcons tallied ten hits to get the 9-5 win despite stranding ten runners on the base paths.
The Falcons, who are now 7-7 on the season, were led offensively by Christopher Martin, who was 3-for-4
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Grizzlies win half of Pod Weekend games

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 15th, 2015
Courier Sports Editor
DENVER--With some teams securing spots in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) tournament, the Adams State University softball team is still battling for their spot as they dropped both of Sunday's Pod Weekend games. They fell 5-1 to Regis University before falling 5-4 to CSU-Pueblo in the second game.
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Mean Moose sweep Pirates in IML doubleheader

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 14th, 2015
Special to the Courier
ALAMOSA--In need of wins after two tough losses at Lamar earlier in the week, Alamosa took the field Saturday as they played host to Intermountain League rival Monte Vista. Seniors Cody Garcia, Brett Del Tondo, Dalton Carleo, Jonah Martinez, Tyler Husmann, Jon Gurule and Zeke Bernal took the field at OMS for the last
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Vikings sweep Farmers in Southern Peaks games

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 14th, 2015
Courier Sports Editor
CENTER--Two huge sixth inning performances by the Center Vikings helped them sweep the Sargent Farmers in a Southern Peaks League doubleheader on Saturday at Lloyd M. Garcia Field at Center Community Park. The Vikings posted three runs in the sixth inning of the first game for a 9-7 comeback before posing six runs in the sixth inning
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AHS soccer keeps rolling

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 14th, 2015
Courier Sports Editor
ALAMOSA--The Alamosa Mean Moose soccer team is still maintaining momentum as they won their eighth game on Friday with a 5-0 win over Ridgway at home.
In the game senior captains Taylor Nye and Tayleur Hillis found the back of the net as did junior Darby Bolt.
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Adams State splits 1-run games with NMHU

Posted: Thursday, Apr 9th, 2015
Courier Sports Editor
LAS VEGAS, N.M.-Adams State University's softball team split Saturday's doubleheader with the New Mexico Highlands where they won the opening game of the contest 8-7 before losing the second game 2-1 in nine innings.
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Pirates win Cañon City Tournament

Posted: Thursday, Apr 9th, 2015
CANON CITY-The Monte Vista Pirates Golf team is off to a strong start after they won their first gold tournament of the 2015 season on Monday. The Pirates won the 2015 Cañon City Invitational at Four Mile Ranch Golf Club with a team score of 276, 42 strokes ahead of second place and host Cañon City, who shot 318.
Individually,
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Moose munch inexperienced Ignacio, 10-nil

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 8th, 2015
Special to the Courier
IGNACIO--Fortunate just to have enough players available to comprise a full eleven, and even more overjoyed that his Lady Bobcats survived to see halftime Tuesday afternoon, Ignacio head coach Oscar Cosio's undying faith was nearly rewarded at the expense of--ironically--3A/2A Southwestern leaders Alamosa.
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Indians dominate Trojans in Tuesday tilt

Posted: Wednesday, Apr 8th, 2015
Courier Sports Editor
SANFORD--A dominating showing by the Sanford Indians baseball team that saw every starting batter score at least one run saw them win Tuesday evening's match up with the Antonito Trojans via the run-rule, 21-2.
After a quick 1-2-3 top of the first inning, the Indians scored five runs in the bottom half of the frame on one
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Mean Moose baseball pick up three W's

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 7th, 2015
Special to the Courier
ALAMOSA--Gaining momentum and establishing confidence plays a huge role in the course of any team sport and season. The Alamosa Mean Moose varsity baseball struggled earlier in the young season to gain momentum and confidence as they have continually played from their heels.
They entered this past week in need of wins to improve
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Panthers drop pair to Bulldogs

Posted: Tuesday, Apr 7th, 2015
Courier Sports Editor
ALAMOSA--A rare Monday midday doubleheader at the Adams State University Baseball Field saw the Sierra Grande Panthers play two competitive baseball games with the Primero Bulldogs. They opened up the series with a heartbreaking 12-11 loss before losing the second game 25-21.
The first game saw the Panthers take an early lead before falling behind.
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