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Santa Fe (0-4) at Goddard (1-3)
Kickoff 7 p.m. at the Wool Bowl
Goddard head coach Chris White, second year (7-8),
Santa Fe head coach Andrew Martinez, first year (0-4)
Last Meeting: 53-0 in Santa Fe, 2016
Goddard points for season, totals (44) points against (96);
Santa Fe PF (35), PA (188)

Roswell (2-1) at Belen
Kickoff: 7 p.m.
Belen High School
Roswell head coach Jeff Lynn, fifth year (27-22),
Belen head coach Greg Henington, second year (12-3)
Last meeting: 26-7 Roswell, in 2016 at Wool Bowl
Roswell PF (78) PA (66) Belen PF (149) PA (47)

Portales (3-1) at Dexter (3-1)
Kickoff: 7 p.m.
Dexter head coach Kevin Graham, third year (19-8),
Portales head coach Jaime Ramirez, sixth year (41-23)
Last meeting: 21-12 at Portales, 2016
Dexter PF (84) PA (28) Portales PF (159) PA (70)

Gateway Christian (1-0) at Dora/Elida (2-1)
Kickoff: 7 p.m. at Dora/Elida High School
Gateway Christian head coach Shaun Wigley, 10th year (86-21)
Dora/Elida head coach Mason McBee, fourth year (18-17)
Last meeting: 30-26 Gateway, in Gateway, 2016
Gateway PF (50) PA (0) Elida/Dora PF (170) PA (126)

Roy/Mosquero at Lake Arthur
Kickoff:7 p.m. at Lake Arthur
Lake Arthur head coach, Jose Porras, 14th year (92-48),
Roy/Mosquero head coach Matthew Baca, second year (0-10)
Last meeting: Lake Arthur 60-0 at Lake Arthur, 2016
Lake Arthur PF (83) PA (116) Roy Mosquero, PF (25) PA (112)

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NMMI Colts (0-4) at Hot Springs (3-1)
7 pm at Tiger Stadium in Truth of Consequences, NM
NMAA District/Class Info:
NMMI: District 4, Class 4A
Hot Springs: District 3, Class 4A
Head coach Info:
Hot Springs: Daniel Terrazas
NMMI: Randy Montoya, 6th season, 24-34
Last Meeting: Sep. 23, 2016 – NMMI won at Hot Springs, 29-15
Points For & Against:
Hot Springs: PF(122) PA(42)
NMMI: PF(7) PA(176)

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