Football Friday Night Week 4

Football Friday Night

The Rio Rancho Rams continue to dominant. The Volcano Vista Hawks pick up a signature victory and the Clovis Wildcats leave the UFC City with a win.

In this block of NM Football Friday Night we have all the action from Valencia County. Then the 3-0 Sartans of St. Pius finally get their first dash in the loss department. Then its a wrap with the Highland Hornets doing their rendition of Brick House for band of the Week.

St. Michael’s is the latest team to experience the power of the Portales Rams. Kirtland Central plays spoilers on homecoming for Los Alamos and Bloomfield leaves Bernallilo with a win.

In the homestretch of NMFF we take a look at this week’s edition of the Brain Performance Centers Comeback of the Week. Then we wrap up week four with a look at this weeks Power Poll. As usual, expect more Football Friday Night next week on Fox New Mexico.

Watch New Mexico Ford Dealer’s High School Football Friday Night each week on FOX New Mexico at 11:00 pm! All of the sports action, highlights and scores from the sidelines on Football Friday with the KRQE Sports Team.

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This week’s edition of the New Mexico Ford Dealers Thursday Night Rewind was shortened due to the Lightning here in the Metro Area. Highland and Valencia would get things started but it would be cancelled due to lightning before the half, which means it does not count. The Hornets led 20-6 in 2nd QTR though, and as for the game at Milne between Del Norte and Atrisco Heritage. It didn’t even get a start after being cancelled due to that lightning. The times and dates for the make up match-ups have not be released, but stay tuned for more information on that.

TLC Development Centers Spirit Stick Week 4. The Rio Rancho Rams use over 26,000 votes to win the Spirit Stick for week 4. Albuquerque High finished second with a strong performance that saw them tally over 19,000 votes.

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