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Girls Junior League Softball
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The 2010 Girls Junior League Softball tournament marked the end of the season May 20. The Diamond Divas came in first place, followed by Cyclones in second, Code 3 in third and Logan Lakers in fourth.
Cylones team members in the back row from left to right are: Brittni Brockman, Anne Marie Strong, Janae Portillo, Justyne Portillo, Gabby Gray, Skyler Block-Wallace, Amaya Munoz, Jasmine Jones, Jordan Martinez, and Gabby Aguilera. Front row are Cristal Hernandez and Tori Chavarria.
Cyclones coaches are Leif and Angelica Gray, Clint Brockman and Joey Martinez. The Cyclones were sponsored by Quality Lube and Tire.
New Mexico Boys' State 2010 conference
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Adrian Franco, Andy Rinestine and Raymond Castro were selected as the American Legion Post 77 representatives for New Mexico Boys' State 2010 conference at Eastern New Mexico University in Portales.
This is the first year the American Legion Post 77 in Logan has had a representative in approximately 10 years. Our boys are going to have their hands full. They left on Sunday the 30th for Portales for a week of intense and concentrated study of the intricacies of how government really works at a state level. The week will take them more in depth over what they had in school. Our own former Commander of Post 77 and former State Commander, Vigil Brown will accompaned the boys.
— Submitted by Angie Chavez
Cullum Ground Fighting
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Cullum Ground Fighting cleaned house at Que Loco Cage Fights at Mother Road Rally. The group had four wins and one draw at Friday night’s event. The group will be heading to the World Grappling Quest Aug. 13 in Dallas. Pictured, L-R, top row, Ray Borg, won by a TKO; Tramae Skinner, won by a guillotine choke; Esteban Martinez, won by a submission arm bar and Jonathan Gonzales-Vargas, won by a rear naked choke. Bottom row, Felicia Lopez, draw. Coached by John, Abel and Jeremiah Cullum.
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Payson Ray Nials celebrated his third birthday in Tucumcari with family and friends on Sunday. His parents are Dustin and Relissa Nials of Tucumcari. He has one sister, Rilee Jo Nials. His grandparents are Ray and Jo Ann Nials and Robin and Aleta Smith. His great-grandmother is Leona Smith, all of Tucumcari. Payson likes Thomas the Tank Engine, jumping off things that he’s not supposed to, and watching “toons.”
— Submitted by Relissa Nials.