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25 Jun 19
KRQE News 13
Monday on the Sports Desk, a fight card scheduled for the Santa Ana Star Center in Rio Rancho has been canceled. A source with knowledge of the cancellation told KRQE sports that some sort of disagreement between the promotion Combate Americas, and the Santa Ana Star Center put an end to the card that was supposed to be June 28. Roswell’s Andres Quintana was set to headline the card and fight for the first Combate Americas featherweight title. UFC fighter Tim Means continues his comeback from a severe ankle injury. Means has added a new training method that includes working out his brain. “I’m seeing things coming at me better, just holding mitts and working with the guys here, you know. My peripheral vision in just the little tests that we have done here on the monitor and stuff. I think it’s the new wave of fighting.” The new training increases cognitive thinking for Means. Meanwhile, the Albuquerque Isotopes will leave Reno with a victory. The Isotopes defeated the Aces 10-4 Monday. Roberto Ramos broke the game open with a grand slam home run in the top of the sixth inning. The Isotopes have won two games in a row, but only three of their last eight. They return home Tuesday for a four-game homestand against Tacoma. Also on the Sports Desk, Ralph Davis served as video coordinator for Lobo men’s basketball last season. This year he will be the Director of Operations. Lobos Head Coach Paul Weir announced the change Monday. Prior to coming to UNM, Davis spent nine seasons at NMMI where he also had a stint as head coach. It’s on to the quarterfinals for team USA at the Women’s World Cup. Megan Rapinoe converted a pair of penalty kicks to help the USA win a tightly contested 2-1 match against Spain. Taos has it’s first ever Gatorade New Mexico Track and Field Athlete of the Year. Jonah Vigil swept the 100, 200 and 400 meters at the state Class 4A championships his senior season. Vigil plans to compete for Adams State next season.
25 Jun 19
sandi's Blog

The summer solstice is a time for strength and vitality for action and movement. Carole Carlton Yes indeed. Summer solstice is the perfect time to run from sunrise until sunset or for half that, ok a quarter of that or even an eighth of it. A new race added to the trails that are Happy. […]

25 Jun 19
Brandywine Overland

June 24th, 2019Miles to date: 2110Daily Mileage: 294 It’s a big day in the Kennedy house. Today is Michele’s birthday, And while we have all sent birthday wishes from the road it’s just not the same as being there to wish her a happy 39th birthday on our own. Happy Birthday Michele — We Love […]

25 Jun 19
The Boys Softball

The Boys proved they can win tight games on the biggest stage this Sunday at the Middle School farm field.  Against their biggest rivals and a team they have yet to beat in the history of the franchise, The Boys would win 13-10.  Here’s how it unfolded:   The Bullworm’s assumed a 4-0 lead behind […]

24 Jun 19
ProFootballTalk

Don’t say it’s the slow time. Even if it’s the slow time. Thanks to Cowboys receiver Amari Cooper, it’s a little less slow today than it would have been. Cooper did a media tour on Monday for Gatorade, and he included a visit to #PFTPM. The full interview appears within Monday’s episode. You also can […]

24 Jun 19
New Market Rebels

Today let’s get to know Jeremiah McCollum and Cade Hungate! Jeremiah McCollum is a 6-foot-1-inch 180-lb Right-handed pitcher from Florida A & M and Fulshear, TX. He is a Broadcast/Journalism major going into his Junior year. FAVORITE MLB TEAM: Houston Astros FAVORITE MLB PLAYER: Josh James BUBBLEGUM or SEEDS: Seeds COOKIES or ICE CREAM: Cookies […]

24 Jun 19
iRunMountains

Alright, it’s been some time folks and I certainly have done a few things. I didn’t manage to do a write up on the Wisconsin Marathon half, Galena Sky Trail 4 hour race, the Madtown half or Twilight 5k, or the Dirty 30 12 miler…all of these races having something in common…all but the Madtown […]

24 Jun 19
Writing Through It

Lately, my mind has been more scattered I think due to getting a new job and the idea of moving back to Boston soon. I started to enjoy having a slower pace to life and being back home, so this feels as if it will be an adjustment. Although a great job opportunity, I will […]

24 Jun 19
Raider Water Polo

We haven’t gotten the schedule yet, but once we receive it, we will post the game times. The games are at Gulliver Prep. We need volunteers to bring a cooler with ice, waters and gatorades. Please message Jaime 786-385-7505 if you can help out. Thanks! BOYS ROSTER:1          Matias Vallejo2          Maximilien Boucher4          Nicolas Valls5          Alexander Freedline7          Lucas Gomez 8          Perry Samimy9          Howard Scharlin10        Seth […]

24 Jun 19
Life With Ellie

WOW…what an amazing and crazy first week it has been here in Lake Tahoe. Let me start off by saying I am so glad that I am here, from day 1 to now I can already see such a positive growth in me both spiritually and mentally. I had arrived on Saturday June 15th, and […]

24 Jun 19
Christina Marie

Breastfeeding is a long rewarding road. Some find it easy and some find it really difficult. My mother struggled to nurse both my sister and I. My sister found it painful and just wasn’t easy for her. My step mom nursed all her kids and it came easy for her. I did have a lot […]

24 Jun 19
Heavy.com

Amari Cooper made the media rounds on Monday and his comments could spell trouble for the Dallas Cowboys’ negotiations with their star wide receiver.

24 Jun 19
JIMBO TIMES: The L.A. Storyteller

  Stay home all day playing Fortnite. Because let’s be frank: if you spend your entire summer just wriggling your thumbs to the Fornite Gods you’ll lose extraordinary amounts of sleep and simply age faster, except not in the cool way, but in the way where you end up looking like Yoda from Star Wars […]

24 Jun 19
Confessions of Parenting- Family Lifestyle

Looking for the perfect kid-friendly fourth of July drink? Meet the 4th of July Layered Sparkling drink perfect for your next party! Plus 4th of July Craft Straws to make as well! ~This may contain affiliate links.   4th of July Layered Sparkling Drink with Patriotic Straws Can you believe the 4th of July is […]

24 Jun 19
Room For Cream

Whenever I’m in a room full of people conversing about exciting things coming up in their lives–that amazing summer trip to Hawaii, a sweet baby’s baptism, a high school graduation or a special wedding anniversary–one of the main topics of conversation that inevitably comes up for me to share with others is my love affair […]