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Page 161 text:
7 Bel Air
7 Crime Stoppers
7 Las Cruces
3 District Meet
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Top row: Gerry Chaparro, Cindy
Fuentes, Luis Balderrama, Albert Nunez,
Rudy Grandos, Tomas Tinajero,
Margaret Brooks. Second row: Laura
Villanueva, Laura Andrade, Gina Baker,
Fernie Carbajal Lisa Villanueva, Eddie
Brooks, Gino Gonzalez. Third row:
Marc Ranc, Richard Gay, ggy Enriquez,
Maria Rodrguez. Fourth row: Art
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Beatriz Cha vez, Sylvia Hernandez,
Nacho Maldonado, Art Arias. Fifth ro w:
Francisco Lopez, Maggie Cereceres,
David Hamilton, Gerald Vargas. Sixth
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Steve Barrera, Georgina Gonzalez, Patti
Natividad Pete Cha vez.
The Coach of the Cross-Country team
Gerry Chaparro tries to pass Tom Tina-
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Hurting while running is Gino Gonzalez,
Page 160 text:
This year the lunior Varsity team placed
well all season long, as shown on the
scoreboard below. They came in 7st half
of the time which is a great accomplish-
ment for this small team. To come in first
the team had to have the lowest number
of points. They got their points by coming
in between 1st and 20th in the meet, "All
in all the team worked hard and ran well all
season long, " said coach Alsup.
Practice started in the first week of
August for the team. They ran a few miles
a day and weight lifted every other day.
Something new went on this year for
the team they run in the Crime Stoppers
run where the team placed 1st over all the
other teams. Many other schools par-
ticpated in this race, but the team won the
Something else happened this year for
the team, they had one of their meets at
home this has not happened for a long
period of time. The team hopes that they
could have a home meet every year.
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Page 162 text:
The girls' varsity cross-country team,
despite their busy schedule, did very well
throughout the season. They attended
several invitationals which led up to the
district championships. Throughout the
months of September and October, they
ran at the Bel Air, Riverside, Burges, Cor-
onado, Alamogordo, and Mayfield
Their final competition was at Cor-
onado, which was the District champion-
shkzs. There they were proclaimed district
champions for the second consecutive
year and qualified for the regional meet to
be held in Lubbock, Texas. In Lubbock they
finished in third place and qualified for
state competition. State competition was
held in Georgetown, Texas at
Southwestern University. There they finish-
ed seventh in the state. Coach Alsup is
very proud of his girls and how they finish-
ed overall in the season. The girls feel good
about their season. Margaret Brooks had
one thing to say about their season, "I am
very satisfied with how we finished and I'm
going to miss the thrill of competing against
other runners. "
Mercy Hernandez paces herself.
Girls' Varsity, Top fl-rj: Rosie
Espinoza, Margaret Brooks, Gina
Baker, and Mercy Hernandez. Bot-
tom: Laura Villanueva, Pat - -
Natividad, and Georgina Gonzalez. if -
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Villanueva turn up the speed.
Luz goes for air after a hard run.
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