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Oñate football players erupted with exhilaration when Interim Superintendent Dr. Steven Sanchez informed them that the NMAA Board of Directors will allow Oñate to keep its four wins that were previously forfeited. The athletes got the news during their lunch period. Bulletin report Steven Sanchez, Las Cruces Public Schools Interim Superintendent, announced Monday, Oct. 17, that the New Mexico Activities Association (NMAA) Board of Directors modified an NMAA ruling based on an appeal by ... CONTINUE
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LCPS wins appeal; Oñate gains back forfeited wins BULLETIN REPORT Steven Sanchez, Las Cruces Public Schools Interim Superintendent, announced Monday, Oct. 17, that the New Mexico Activities Association (NMAA) Board of Directors modified an NMAA ruling based on an appeal by Las Cruces Public Schools on behalf of Oñate High School, which reverses the previous forfeiture of four games by the Oñate Knights football team. Sanchez informed the team during a lunchtime gathering at Oñate. ... CONTINUE