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Young Marines Graduation for New Recruits

The public is invited to attend the Graduation Ceremony for the new recruits of Colfax County Young Marines​ this Saturday, March 28th at 10AM at the Raton High School Gymnasium. Also, two seniors who will be retiring from the Young Marines will be recognized during this ceremony. 

Young Marines logoTwenty-five new recruits just finished 26 hrs of training. The program now has seventy-three Young Marines.

Adult volunteers are always welcomed and needed to continue this program.

 

 


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In Loving Memory of Joseph Rocco Monarco, Jr.

Joseph Rocco Monarco, Jr. passed away on March 23, 2015 at home after a lengthy illness.  He was 89.

He was born on June 29, 1925,  to Tomasina and Joseph Monarco, Sr. He had five brothers Carmen (Nancy) Adolf (Mary Grace), Charlie (Mary Rose)and Tommy (Dolly) and Pascale (who died at birth). He had three sisters Mary (Tony) Caputo, Angie (Gene) Laner and Lucy (Chuck) Antista.

He attended and graduated from Hoehne High School in 1943.

Joe proudly served in the United States Navy 1943-1946 in Fairgood, Idaho,  Bremington, Washington,  Seattle, Washington and San Francisco, California. He was processed through Treasure Island for his Pacific assignment and assigned to serve aboard the USS St. Lo (CVE-63).

On October 25,1944, the ship was hit by the very first Kamikaze Pilot and sank. He was wounded and awarded the Purple Heart.

On  September 27, 1947, Joseph was united in marriage to Ella Marie Antista. She preceded him in death on Mother’s Day, May 13, 2007, four months short of their 60th Anniversary. 

He was employed with Santa Fe Railroad 1956-1960 with the Paint and Bridge gang, Standard Paint & Glass  from 1960-1978 and then at Trinidad State Junir College from 1978 until his retirement in 1988.

Joseph enjoyed being outdoors, working in the yard, his vegetable garden, family, friends, gambling, painting and food. He used to say; “Italians don’t eat till we’re full, we eat till we’re tired.”

He is survived by his three sons, Anthony, Joe (Diane) and Robert (David), Brother Tommy, Sister Lucy, Sisters in laws, Mary Rose Monarco, Lizzie Antista, Mary Antista and Dawn Antista. Grandson Damon Monarco and numerous nephews, nieces and wonderful friends also survive.

At his request cremation has taken place. Funeral Services will be held Tuesday, March 31, 2015 with Rosary at 9AM at the Comi Chapel followed by the Funeral Mass at 10AM at Holy Trinity Church.

Inurnment will follow at the Trinidad Catholic Cemetery with graveside services conducted by the US Naval Honor Guard.

Persons wishing to do so may make contributions to the Sangre de Cristo Hospice.

Arrangements made under the direction of the Comi Funeral Home.

 

 

Raton City Commission Handles Business Items

By Marty Mayfield

KRTN Multi-Media

 

The Raton city commission ran through the agenda Tuesday evening, March 24th with little discussion on the items presented in the agenda.

Thomas Vigil, Colfax County Emergency Manager, who introduced himself and offered the county’s services during an emergency especially since the Red Cross status is in doubt. The emergency manager position was started after the track fire and has been there for assistance in emergencies in Cimarron and Springer. The county also has a reverse 911 system in place and is offering that service to the city as well.

DJ Bird and Ally Bird of the Raton High School FFA are asking for the city’s help to rebuild some fence along Gardner Road. The FFA members will do the work if the city can chip in and help get the supplies. City Manager Scott Berry indicated the city would be required to get bids on the fencing material, which is estimated to be 500 fence posts and 5000 feet of barbed wire. The fence is around the FFA ranch located west of Raton High School.

Commissioners approved the contract for Raton Main Street’s Master plan work. The work on the plan will be covered by a $45,000 grant and will include an updated market analysis. The analysis will include looking at regional influences that impact the downtown, trends, competitive markets, underserved markets and identifying gaps for potential new business.

They will also update the Vision and Master plan to work towards partnerships with other organizations. Update funding sources to help with projects that may be identified in the updated plan. The contractor, Sites Southwest, in Albuquerque will present a final draft of the plan by August 10.

Commissioners approved the annual Cinco de Mayo event to be held in Ripley Park on May 2nd. The approval includes closing the 100 block of Savage Avenue for pedestrian traffic.

The Financial Report is seeing some positive movement despite being 3.01% under budget. Gross receipts saw a better return than expected and the property taxes improved the city’s cash flow position.

City Treasurer Michael Anne Antonucci presented the commission with a timeline for important budget dates and indicated that discussion will begin next month with a preliminary budget deadline of May 26. The interim budget will go to DFA June 1st and a final budget should be approved by July 28.

First National Bank of New Mexico was chosen to handle the city’s primary banking services. They received a grade of 214  as graded by the finance committee with the committee looking at several different criteria. In Response to a comment concerning the RFP for Banking Services, there was no discussion concerning the matter and the vote was unanimous in favor of First National Bank of New Mexico. Also here is the score sheet the financial committee used to grade the banks. RFP for Banking Services

Commissioners approved the Lodger’s Tax Board recommendations for $3,600 in advertising expenditures by the Chamber for upcoming events.

Commissioners also approved the MOU with Raton Little League once the league had the necessary insurance in place.

Commissioners approved an agreement that will allow RPS to continue to negotiate with Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Company to resolve a claim on the Warzilla generator. The extension will allow negotiations to go into November 2016 if necessary.

City Manager Scott Berry informed the commissioners that the floor at the convention center is drying after the new Polyurethane job. The deed on the Highlands building should be ready soon as negotiations on that building is almost complete.  The education committee has been working on uses for that building as well.  Work on the Wells Fargo Building (Art Gallery) will go to bid soon and be presented for commission approval at a later date.

Berry also showed photos of work that is being done on some of the old drainage ditches in town that had been filling up with sediment and debris.

Commissioners then went into executive session to discuss litigation concerning the landfill filed by Mark Van Buskirk and his wife Lori.

Commissioners will meet next month on April 14, at 6:00 p.m. That meeting will be broadcast on KRTN Am 1490.

 Budget Calendar

Raton Financial Summary Feb 2015

 

Cleaning drainage ditches in Raton is being done by city crews the last couple of weeks.

Cleaning drainage ditches in Raton is being done by city crews the last couple of weeks.

 

City Manager Scott Berry showed the commissioners some of the clean up work that is being done on some of the city's really old drainage ditches.

City Manager Scott Berry showed the commissioners some of the clean up work that is being done on some of the city’s really old drainage ditches.

 

 

 

In Loving Memory of Dolores Abrora (Sintas) Ulibarri

Dolores Abrora (Sintas) Ulibarri, age 81, died Monday, March 23, 2015 in Clayton, New Mexico. 

Rosary will be recited at 7:00 P.M. on Wednesday, March 25 and Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10:00 AM on Thursday, March 26 at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church in Clayton with Fr. Joel Bugas as Celebrant. Burial will follow in the Clayton Memorial Cemetery in Clayton by Hass Funeral Directors of Clayton. 

Dolores Abrora (Sintas) Ulibarri was born on March 25, 1933 in Capulin, New Mexico to Ricardo Sintas and Margarita (Salazar) Sintas. She grew up in Clayton and graduated from Clayton High School. Dolores worked for the Luna Theater for several years working both at the Theater and the Drive In Theater. She also worked at the nursing home in Clayton for many years and for Hass Funeral Home for over 30 years. Dolores married Malaquias “Max” Ulibarri in February of 1953 and he preceded her in death on March 8, 1985. In addition to her husband and parents, Dolores was preceded in death by 3 sisters; Lena Maestas, Nellie Martinez and Manuelita Sintas and 2 brothers; Richard Sintas and Eloy Sintas. 

SURVIVORS: 

1 DAUGHTER: Malaqui Spain and her husband Greg of Artesia, New Mexico. 

1 SON: Robert Ulibarri and his wife Debbie of Peru, Indiana. 

7 GRANDCHILDREN: Cassandra “Casie” Mancha and her husband Mark of Moron, Spain, Shawn Spain and Krissy Spain both of Las Cruces, New Mexico, Daniel Ulibarri of Boston, Massachusetts, Robert Michael Ulibarri and his wife Zeina of Sarasota, Florida, Jason Watson of Kokomo, Indiana and Leah Watson Hastings of Houston, Texas. 

3 GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN: Maddisun Mancha, Aneesa Marie Ulibarri and Emma Watson. 

2 SISTERS: Rachel Quintana of Greeley, Colorado and Helen Sintas of Clayton, New Mexico. 

1 BROTHER: Jose B. Sintas and his wife Celina of Spearman, Texas.

Raton Baseball at the Pueblo Tourney

RATON VARSITY (1) AT PUEBLO CENTENNIAL VARSITY (11)

RATON VARSITY        AB  R  H BI  PUEBLO CENTENNIAL VA AB  R  H BI
Ethan Washburn        3  0  1  0  Josh Cotter           2  2  1  1  
Johnathan Cabriales   3  0  1  0  Brennen Gurule        3  0  0  0  
Dante Mileta          3  1  2  0  Gavin Fesmire         3  2  2  2  
Martin Ortiz          2  0  0  0  Darian Manzaneras     3  2  0  1  
Danny Record          3  0  0  1  John Becerra          3  2  0  0  
Dillon Lemons         3  0  1  0  Jackson Reed          4  1  1  2  
Brandon Luksich       3  0  0  0  Trevor Valencia       2  1  1  0  
Conelll Ware          1  0  0  0  Asher Bourdon         4  0  1  1  
Damian Martinez       2  0  0  0  Ty Valencia           4  1  2  2  
TOTALS               23  1  5  1  TOTALS               28 11  8  9

RATON VARSITY                 000 001 -- 1  
PUEBLO CENTENNIAL VARSITY     101 135 -- 11 

LOB--RATON VARSITY 6, PUEBLO CENTENNIAL VARSITY 10.
ERR--Cole Medina, Trevor Portillos, Ethan Washburn, Dante
Mileta (2), Brandon Luksich, Ty Valencia. 2B--Gavin Fesmire,
Ty Valencia. HR--Gavin Fesmire. SACB--Trevor Valencia.
SB--Dante Mileta, Josh Cotter (3), Trevor Valencia, Gavin
Fesmire, Brennen Gurule.

 RATON VARSITY                   IP    H    R   ER   BB   SO   HR
Johnathan Cabriales (L)        4.00    4    3    3    4    1    0
Martin Ortiz                   1.00    1    3    2    2    1    0
Dakota Martinez                0.00    2    5    1    1    0    1
Ethan Washburn                 0.00    1    0    0    0    0    0
 PUEBLO CENTENNIAL VARSITY  
Braydon Jimenez (W)            6.00    5    1    0    2    5    0

PB--Dillon Lemons. WP--Dakota Martinez. SO--Damian Martinez
(2), Martin Ortiz, Danny Record, Dillon Lemons, Josh Cotter,
Asher Bourdon. BB--Conelll Ware, Martin Ortiz, Josh Cotter
(2), Trevor Valencia, Gavin Fesmire, Brennen Gurule, John
Becerra, Darian Manzaneras.


Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 R H E L
Raton Varsity 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 5 6 6
Pueblo Centennial Varsity 1 0 1 1 3 5 11 8 1 10

WP: Braydon Jimenez, LP: Johnathan Cabriales, SP: –

 

RATON VARSITY (0) AT BAYFIELD VARSITY (10)

RATON VARSITY        AB  R  H BI  BAYFIELD VARSITY     AB  R  H BI
Ethan Washburn        3  0  0  0  *Anthony Chamblee    31 10 11  7  
Johnathan Cabriales   3  0  2  0                                    
Dante Mileta          1  0  1  0                                    
Dillon Lemons         2  0  1  0                                    
Brandon Luksich       2  0  0  0                                    
Martin Ortiz          2  0  2  0                                    
Dakota Martinez       2  0  0  0                                    
Cole Medina           2  0  0  0                                    
Trevor Portillos      2  0  0  0                                    
TOTALS               19  0  6  0  TOTALS               31 10 11  7

RATON VARSITY                 000 00 -- 0  
BAYFIELD VARSITY              401 32 -- 10 

LOB--RATON VARSITY 6, BAYFIELD VARSITY 7. ERR--Damian
Martinez, Cole Medina, Dakota Martinez, Trevor Portillos
(2), Dante Mileta, Johnathan Cabriales. 2B--Anthony
Chamblee. 3B--Martin Ortiz. SACB--Dante Mileta. SB--Martin
Ortiz, Anthony Chamblee.

 RATON VARSITY                   IP    H    R   ER   BB   SO   HR
Cole Medina (L)                4.67   11    8    2    0    4    0
 BAYFIELD VARSITY           
Taed Heydinger (W)             5.00    6    0    0    1   11    0

PB--Dante Mileta (2). WP--Taed Heydinger. SO--Cole Medina,
Dakota Martinez (2), Trevor Portillos (2), Ethan Washburn
(3), Dillon Lemons, Johnathan Cabriales, Brandon Luksich,
Anthony Chamblee (4). BB--Dante Mileta.

LOCATION: Pueblo

WEATHER: Clear


Team 1 2 3 4 5 R H E L
Raton Varsity 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 7 6
Bayfield Varsity 4 0 1 3 2 10 11 0 7

WP: Taed Heydinger, LP: Cole Medina, SP: –

 

RATON VARSITY (1) AT RYE VARSITY (11)

RATON VARSITY        AB  R  H BI  RYE VARSITY          AB  R  H BI
Ethan Washburn        1  1  0  0  Luis Ortiz, Jr.       4  4  4  2  
Johnathan Cabriales   2  0  0  0  Ryan Drury            3  1  1  0  
Dante Mileta          2  0  0  1  Bailey Benz           4  1  2  1  
Martin Ortiz          2  0  0  0  Trenton Hughes        3  1  1  2  
Dillon Lemons         2  0  0  0  Kevin Bailey          3  1  1  0  
Danny Record          2  0  0  0  Austin Gookin         3  1  1  0  
Brandon Luksich       2  0  0  0  Brandon Johnson       3  0  0  0  
Brent Trujillo        1  0  0  0  Chance Abert          3  0  0  0  
Conelll Ware          1  0  0  0  Austin Johnson        3  2  1  1  
TOTALS               15  1  0  1  TOTALS               29 11 11  6

RATON VARSITY                 100 00 -- 1  
RYE VARSITY                   109 01 -- 11 

LOB--RATON VARSITY 0, RYE VARSITY 6. ERR--Conelll Ware,
Damian Martinez, Danny Record, Ethan Washburn (3), Brandon
Luksich. HR--Luis Ortiz, Jr.. SACB--Ryan Drury. SB--Austin
Gookin, Kevin Bailey.

 RATON VARSITY                   IP    H    R   ER   BB   SO   HR
Dillon Lemons (L)              3.00    6   10    2    0    5    1
Christian Granado              1.33    5    1    1    0    0    0
 RYE VARSITY                
Trenton Hughes (W)             5.00    0    1    1    1   10    0

WP--Trenton Hughes. SO--Conelll Ware, Brent Trujillo, Martin
Ortiz (2), Danny Record (2), Ethan Washburn, Dillon Lemons,
Johnathan Cabriales, Brandon Luksich, Chance Abert (2),
Kevin Bailey, Brandon Johnson (2). BB--Ethan Washburn.


Team 1 2 3 4 5 R H E L
Raton Varsity 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 7 0
Rye Varsity 1 0 9 0 1 11 11 0 6

WP: Trenton Hughes, LP: Dillon Lemons, SP: –

In Loving Memory of John Paravecchio

John Paravecchio, 87 was received into the Lords hands on March 21, 2015.  

He was a lifetime resident of Jansen, CO.  He was a loving husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather.

He is survived by his wife Hazel Paravecchio, Daughters Annamarie and Bruce Stewart, Jonnette and Mark Jones Sister, MaryGrace and Larry Hoskins grandchildren Jacob Cuccia, Jeremiah Cuccia, Candice Olmstead, Megan Briody, Amanda Paolillo and Jennica Fournier ,8 great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.

Graveside services will be held Friday, March  27, 2015 , at 11AM. at the Trinidad Catholic Cemetery. Family can be contacted at 3609 Carla Dr., Cheyenne, WY 82009.

Arrangements made under the direction of the Comi Funeral Home.

In Loving Memory of Jack D. Boggs

Jack D. Boggs, age 84, died Friday, March 20, 2015 in Clayton, New Mexico. 

Funeral services will be held at 2:00 PM on Tuesday, March 24, 2015 at the First Baptist Church in Clayton, New Mexico with Rev. Billy Rammage Officiating. Burial will follow in the Clayton Memorial Cemetery by Hass Funeral Directors of Clayton. 

Jack D. Boggs was born on December 3, 1930 in Stead, New Mexico to Fred L. Boggs and Lizzie (Kile) Boggs. He attended school in Sedan through the 11th grade and graduated from Clayton High School in 1950. Jack married Beatrice (Gove) Boggs on December 24, 1955 in Clayton, New Mexico. After graduating from high school, he went to work at the Farmers & Stockmans Bank and farmed nights and weekends. He worked for the Union County Leader, the Galveston Tribune in Galveston, Texas and the Amarillo Globe News in Amarillo, Texas. While living in Amarillo, he bought 15 rental units and he and Bea worked on them nights and weekends. He started feeding cattle and was involved in the building of Clayton Cattle Feeders. He left the Globe News to work as Assistant Manager of the feedlot in 1970. He bought a place north of Sedan and farmed and ranched. At one time he was farming 1000 acres. In 1980 he retired from farming. Jack and Bea started selling and installing satellite dishes and solar systems. They worked with that until the small satellite dishes came out. Jack helped get the Sedan Fire Department started and he was on the properties committee at the Baptist Church. He enjoyed repairing and painting the church. On one occasion, he visited with the deacons about painting the sanctuary. One of the deacons spoke up and said “Jack, if you would pay more attention to the preacher instead of looking up, you wouldn’t see those spots on the ceiling”. He was baptized as a member of the First Baptist Church in Clayton, New Mexico in 1996. Jack enjoyed taking the kids camping and later the grandkids. Although Jack was handicapped, he never let it slow him down or keep him from doing what he wanted to do. He always found a way. Jack was preceded in death by his brothers; Ernest Boggs, James Parker and Harry Boggs, sisters; Mable Parker, Beaulah Ryan, Opal Monroe, Margaret Boyett and Nettie Wheelock and a great-granddaughter; Brylee Anne Smith. 

SURVIVORS: 

WIFE: Bea Boggs of Clayton, New Mexico. 

2 SONS: Keith Boggs of Dalhart, Texas and David Boggs and his wife Cynthia of Canyon, Texas. 

1 DAUGHTER: Barbara French and her husband Brian of Dalhart, Texas. 

GRANDDAUGHTERS: Kendra Smith and her husband Brandon and Amanda Boggs 

GRANDSONS: Joshua Boggs and Nathan French 

GREAT-GRANDCHILDREN: Ethan Smith and Emily Smith 

1 SISTER: Gertrude Shields of Seguin, Texas. 

MEMORIALS: The family asks that memorials be made to the New Mexico Baptist Children’s Home, P. O. Box 629, Portales, New Mexico 88130.

In Loving Memory of Doris Winnifred “Winnie” Rice

Doris Winnifred “Winnie” Rice, age 92, died Friday, March 20, 2015 in Dumas, Texas. 

Funeral services will be held at 10:00 AM on Saturday, March 28, 2015 at the Don R. Wood Auditorium in Clayton, New Mexico with Jim Price, Diane Knaub and Ruth Henderson Officiating. Burial will follow in the Clayton Memorial Cemetery in Clayton by Hass Funeral Directors of Clayton. 

Doris Winnifred “Winnie” Rice was born on July 5, 1922 in Grenville, New Mexico to Joseph Clifton Douglass and Myrtle Iva (Smith) Douglass. Winnie attended school and graduated from high school in Grenville, New Mexico and attended business school in Amarillo, Texas. Winnie married Orville Elmo Rice on June 13, 1948 in Mt. Dora, New Mexico and he preceded her in death on March 17, 2002. They lived in Union County until 1955 when they moved to Dumas, Texas. In addition to her parents and husband, Winnie was preceded in death by a son; Douglas Rice on March 13, 2014 and by 6 sisters and a brother. 

SURVIVORS: 

1 DAUGHTER: Wynell Quackenbush of Albuquerque, New Mexico. 

1 SON: David Rice and his wife Juanita of Tyler, Texas. 

1 DAUGHTER-IN-LAW: Mari Rice of Longmont, Colorado. 

6 GRANDCHILDREN: Jason Quackenbush and his wife Stacy, Jocelyn McConnell and her husband Brandon, Rachelle Atkinson, Tyler Rice and his wife Kristen, Crystal Havins and Lindsey Heaton. 

9 Great-Grandchildren 

1 SISTER: Dollie Oldham and her husband Aubrey of Albuquerque, New Mexico. 

MEMORIALS: The family asks that memorials be made to the Memorial Hospice of Dumas, 209 S. Bliss, Dumas, Texas 79029.

In Loving Memory of Paul Burton Riley, Jr

Paul Burton Riley, Jr., age 66, died Friday, March 20, 2015 in Clayton, New Mexico. 

Funeral services will be held at 10:00 AM on Monday, March 23, 2015 at the First Baptist Church in Clayton, New Mexico with Rev. Billy Rammage Officiating. Burial will follow in the Clayton Memorial Cemetery in Clayton, New Mexico by Hass Funeral Directors of Clayton. 

Paul Burton Riley, Jr. was born in Hemit, CA to Murlene and Paul B. Riley, Sr. on April 4, 1948. He graduated from high school in Roy, NM in 1966. Paul married his high school sweetheart, Connie Jo Baum the following November at the Baum Family Ranch in Roy. He became the first Riley to earn a Bachelor of Business Administration & Finance degree with a minor in Real estate from Eastern New Mexico University in 1971. Upon graduation Paul and Connie moved to Clayton, New Mexico where Paul was hired as a teller in The Farmers & Stockmans Bank. They farmed and ranched west and southwest of Clayton where they raised there boys. Paul and his wife were adamant that their family be raised in the farm and ranch way of life so that they might acquire the work ethic and values that come with it. After 35 years, Paul retired from The Farmers & Stockmans Bank of Clayton as a Vice President of Loan Operations. He dedicated his career to helping people realize there dreams. He was always willing to try to help those who needed it. He was preceded in death by his father Paul B. Riley, Sr. and mother Murlene Riley of Des Moines, New Mexico. 

SURVIVORS: 

He is survived by his wife Connie and three sons; Patrick and his wife Barbara Riley along with their children Reid and Tori Riley of Clayton, New Mexico, Joseph and his wife Tricia Riley with their three children, Bethany, Wesley and Kamy Riley also of Clayton, New Mexico, and their youngest son Solon and his wife Jerra Riley with their children Braelynn and Creed Riley of Canyon, Texas. Paul is also survived by his sister Barbara Riley from Raton, New Mexico and her son Jason and his wife Casey Newell of Eagle, Colorado, a brother George and his wife Jackie Riley with their children Katie of Flagstaff, Arizona and Darcey Riley from Colorado Springs, Colorado, Jennifer Knight and her husband Josh knight and four boys of Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Jessica Riley also from Albuquerque, New Mexico, and his youngest brother Brad and his wife Alicia Riley and their children Lakin and Zoey Riley of Texline, Texas. Paul is also survived by his mother-in-law Anna Faye Baum from Clayton as well as numerous other cousins, brothers and sisters in law along with many nieces and nephews that were held near and dear to his heart. 

MEMORIALS: The family asks that memorials be made to the New Mexico Baptist Children’s Home, P. O. Box 629, Portales, New Mexico 88130.

Raton Boys Baseball at the St Mikes Invitational

Game Stats – 3/19/15 Bernalillo Varsity at Raton Varsity

BERNALILLO VARSITY (7) AT RATON VARSITY (4)

BERNALILLO VARSITY   AB  R  H BI  RATON VARSITY        AB  R  H BI
Isaac Gutierrez       5  2  2  0  Ethan Washburn        4  1  1  0  
Marcello Chavez       3  1  0  0  Johnathan Cabriales   4  0  3  0  
Daniel Jaramillo      3  0  2  1  Dante Mileta          3  1  1  0  
Anthony Martinez      3  1  2  2  Brandon Luksich       2  0  0  0  
Vincent Sanchez       4  0  1  0  Dillon Lemons         2  0  1  0  
Diego Aragon          4  1  1  0  Danny Record          2  0  0  1  
Matthew Montoya       3  1  0  0   Dakota Martinez      1  0  0  0  
Austin Darnell        2  0  1  1  Damian Martinez       3  0  1  0  
Denzel Lucero         4  1  1  0  Conelll Ware          1  1  0  0  
                                  Martin Ortiz          2  1  2  1  
TOTALS               31  7 10  4  TOTALS               24  4  9  2

BERNALILLO VARSITY            003 003 1 -- 7  
RATON VARSITY                 000 110 2 -- 4  

LOB--BERNALILLO VARSITY 9, RATON VARSITY 4. ERR--Diego
Aragon, Marcello Chavez, Conelll Ware, Ethan Washburn,
Brandon Luksich. 2B--Martin Ortiz, Dillon Lemons, Dante
Mileta, Johnathan Cabriales. 3B--Isaac Gutierrez .
HR--Anthony Martinez. HBP--Martin Ortiz. SACF--Daniel
Jaramillo . SACB--Austin Darnell, Conelll Ware, Dillon
Lemons. SB--Isaac Gutierrez , Diego Aragon.

 BERNALILLO VARSITY              IP    H    R   ER   BB   SO   HR
Deshaun Masawiestewa (W)       7.00    9    4    1    1    5    0
 RATON VARSITY              
Cole Medina (L)                5.00    6    3    0    1    2    1
Johnathan Cabriales            2.00    4    4    4    3    0    0

WP--Johnathan Cabriales (2). SO--Vincent Sanchez, Marcello
Chavez, Dakota Martinez, Danny Record, Ethan Washburn (2),
Brandon Luksich. BB--Austin Darnell, Matthew Montoya,
Anthony Martinez, Marcello Chavez, Brandon Luksich.


Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E L
Bernalillo Varsity 0 0 3 0 0 3 1 7 10 2 9
Raton Varsity 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 4 9 3 4

WP: Deshaun Masawiestewa, LP: Cole Medina, SP: –

 

Game Stats – 3/20/15 Raton Varsity at Pojoaque Valley Varsity


RATON VARSITY () AT POJOAQUE VALLEY VARSITY ()

RATON VARSITY        AB  R  H BI  POJOAQUE VALLEY VARS AB  R  H BI
Johnathan Cabriales   3  0  0  0  Logan Montoya         3  1  1  0  
Danny Record          3  0  1  0  Dominic Roybal        2  1  1  1  
Dante Mileta          3  0  1  0  Isaac Estevan         1  0  0  0  
Ethan Washburn        1  0  0  0  Andres Romero         2  1  1  1  
Brandon Luksich       1  0  0  0  Devon Escobado        2  1  1  1  
 Brent Trujillo       1  0  0  0  Paul Tafoya           1  1  0  0  
Dillon Lemons         1  0  0  0  Nathan  Agulair       2  0  1  1  
Dakota Martinez       1  0  0  0  Aaron Atencio         2  1  1  1  
Damian Martinez       1  0  0  0  Jason Quintana        2  1  0  0  
Martin Ortiz          1  0  0  0                                    
TOTALS               16  0  2  0  TOTALS               17  7  6  5

RATON VARSITY                  --    
POJOAQUE VALLEY VARSITY        --    

LOB--RATON VARSITY , POJOAQUE VALLEY VARSITY . ERR--Dillon
Lemons. 2B--Devon Escobado, Aaron Atencio . SB--Damian
Martinez, Ethan Washburn (3), Dillon Lemons, Jason Quintana,
Dominic Roybal.

 RATON VARSITY                   IP    H    R   ER   BB   SO   HR
Christian Granado (L)          1.33    5    7    6    3    1    0
Martin Ortiz                   2.67    1    0    0    2    3    0
 POJOAQUE VALLEY VARSITY    
Isaac Estevan (W)              5.00    2    0    0    7    6    0

PB--Brandon Luksich, Jason Quintana (2). WP--Christian
Granado. SO--Damian Martinez, Brent Trujillo, Dakota
Martinez, Danny Record, Johnathan Cabriales, Brandon
Luksich, Jason Quintana, Aaron Atencio, Dominic Roybal, Paul
Tafoya. BB--Damian Martinez, Dakota Martinez, Martin Ortiz,
Ethan Washburn (2), Dillon Lemons, Brandon Luksich, Dominic
Roybal, Andres Romero, Paul Tafoya , Isaac Estevan (2).