NM Varsity Scores 11/1/13


Posted Nov 3, 2013


Albuquerque High School had former NFL coach Tony Dungy in for a motivational speech. Did it help?

West Mesa 41 Albuquerque High 20

Former Indianapolis Colts and current NBC NFL analyst Tony Dungy was brought in to Albuquerque earlier this week for a motivational speech for the AHS Bulldogs, but unfortunately for AHS they did end up setting a new record they would rather not have as the Bulldogs lost their 38th consecutive game in a row. West Mesa's Jaemin Ramirez rushed 11 times for 158 yards and 3 TD's



Manzano 17 La Cueva 13

Monarchs QB  Angel Gonzales led Manzano on a nine play drive that culminated with Gonzales scoring the game winning TD with 14 seconds left in the defensive battle.


Atrisco Heritage 60 Highland 8

Once again last week's TRM Sports TV Metro Area player of the week went for Ricci Alvidrez ran for 286 yards and 3 touchdowns. QB Aaron Bean ran for 150 yards another TD and added two more through the air as the game was halted at halftime.

Cibola 28 Rio Rancho 27

Rio Rancho continues a wild year where they look unbeatable one week and then not so well the next as Cibola's Derek Martinez led the Cougars with 277 yards and a TD through the air and on the ground. The Cibola defense also picked off Rio Rancho QB Easton Bruere 4 times

Cleveland 38 Volcano Vista 14

Storm QB Kian Homme had a 97 yard TD pass to Sterling Napier who had 82 yard YAC TD and Cleveland RB Jesse Nieto added 3 touchdowns.

Sandia 35 Eldorado 28

Sandia ground up the Eagle defense in the 4th quarter with a 15 play 75 yard drive that ended with a Ben Hamrich 1 yard touchdown run with under a minute left. It was Sandia's first lead.





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