FARMINGTON — Katie Hegarty initially was apprehensive about switching from middle hitter to right-side hitter for the Southern Methodist University Mustangs volleyball team. "At first, I was just totally out of my zone," the 2013 Piedra Vista volleyball graduate said. That's why she redshirted for the Dallas-based NCAA Division I program during her first year in the fall of 2013, giving her time to adjust to her new role.
Farmington works middle of field to coast to victoryFARMINGTON — The Farmington football team looked to break free from the up-and-down cycle that its offense had been stuck in for much of the season during tonight's homecoming game against Durango, Colo., and the Scorpions did just that. Farmington exploited the middle of the field with its passing game and coasted to a 34-7 victory over the Demons tonight at Hutchison Stadium.
Bloomfield girls have scored six goals or more in three of their last five matchesBLOOMFIELD — The Bloomfield girls soccer team has turned up the heat on its opponents. The Bobcats have scored six goals or more in three of their last five matches. And with District 1-5A play just around the corner, the Bobcats intend to prolong their scoring surge. "I've never been in a situation where I've had the opportunity to score as much.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Hashtags (e.g. #sxsw, #london2012)
Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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