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The Daily Times Football Preview

The Daily Times Football Preview

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Published by Magdalena Wegrzyn
The high school football season kicks off tomorrow, and The Daily Times sports staff has you covered with previews of the San Juan County teams.
The high school football season kicks off tomorrow, and The Daily Times sports staff has you covered with previews of the San Juan County teams.

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Published by: Magdalena Wegrzyn on Aug 29, 2014
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Aug. 29Los Lunas7 p.m.HomeSept. 5Kirtland Central7 p.m.HomeSept. 12Belen7 p.m. AwaySept. 19Durango7 p.m.AwaySept. 26Los Alamos*7 p.m.HomeOct. 3Grants7 p.m.AwayOct. 10Piedra Vista7 p.m.HomeOct. 17Aztec7 p.m.HomeOct. 31Miyamura7 p.m.AwayNov. 7Gallup7 p.m.Away
 Home games played at Hutchison Stadium
Denotes Homecoming game 
Aug. 29San Juan7 p.m.AwaySept. 5Goddard7 p.m.AwaySept. 12Durango7 p.m.HomeSept. 19Moriarty6 p.m.HomeSept. 26Kirtland Central7 p.m.AwayOct. 3Roswell*7 p.m.HomeOct. 10Farmington7 p.m. AwayOct. 17Miyamura7 p.m.AwayOct. 24Aztec7 p.m.HomeOct. 31Gallup7 p.m.Home
 Home games played at Hutchison Stadium
Denotes Homecoming game 
Aug. 29Bloomfield7 p.m.AwaySept. 5Durango7 p.m.HomeSept. 12Kirtland Central7 p.m.AwaySept. 19Del Norte7 p.m.HomeOct. 3Valley7 p.m.AwayOct. 10Gallup*7 p.m.HomeOct. 17Farmington7 p.m.AwayOct. 24Piedra Vista7 p.m.AwayNov. 7Miyamura7 p.m.Home
 Home games played at Fred Cook Memorial Stadium
Denotes Homecoming game 
Aug. 29Bayfield7p.m.AwaySept. 5Farmington7p.m.AwaySept. 12Aztec7 p.m.HomeSept. 19Los Alamos7 p.m.AwaySept. 26Piedra Vista7 p.m.HomeOct. 10Zuni7p.m.AwayOct. 17Thoreau*7 p.m.HomeOct. 24Wingate7 p.m.HomeOct. 31Shiprock7 p.m.AwayNov.7Bloomfield7 p.m.Home
 Home games played at Bronco Stadium
Denotes Homecoming game 
Aug. 29Aztec7 p.m.HomeSept. 5Pojoaque Valley7 p.m.HomeSept. 12Socorro7 p.m.AwaySept. 19Taos7 p.m.HomeSept. 27Hope ChristianTBDAwayOct. 10Wingate7 p.m.AwayOct. 17Shiprock7 p.m.AwayOct. 24Thoreau*7p.m.HomeOct. 31Zuni7 p.m.HomeNov. 7Kirtland Central7 p.m.Away
 Home games played at Bobcat Stadium
Denotes Homecoming game 
Aug. 30Silver2 p.m.AwaySept. 5Bayfield7 p.m.HomeSept. 12Monument Valley7 p.m.HomeSept. 19Newcomb7 p.m.AwaySept. 26Navajo Prep7 p.m.HomeOct. 10Thoreau7 p.m.AwayOct. 17Bloomfield7 p.m.HomeOct. 24Zuni7 p.m.AwayOct. 31Kirtland Central7 p.m.HomeNov. 8Wingate12 p.m.Home
 Home games played at Chieftain Stadium
Aug. 29Laguna Acoma7 p.m.HomeSept. 5Estancia7 p.m.HomeSept. 12Escalante7 p.m.AwaySept. 19Zuni7 p.m.HomeSept. 26Shiprock7 p.m.AwayOct. 4Clayton1 p.m.Away(SFIS)Oct. 18Dexter1 p.m.AwayOct. 24Tohatchi*7 p.m.HomeOct. 31Newcomb7 p.m.HomeNov. 7Crownpoint7 p.m.Away
 Home games played at Navajo Prep
Denotes Homecoming game 
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ONTHECOVER: Deangelo Phillips, left, Champ Mendoza, Chayton Salcido, AveryRasher and Austin Moore pose for a photo on Aug. 27 after football practice atHutchison Stadium in Farmington.
Alexa Rogals/ 
The Daily Times 
ByJoshua Perry
 jperry@daily-times.com @jperrysuu on Twitter 
FARMINGTON —Navajo Prep had a historic2013 season and is lookingto pick up right where itleft off.The Eagles reached the2Aquarterfinals thanks tothe arm of quarterbackTyler Sorensen and aplethora of speedy widereceivers.Sorensen is back for hissenior year, but he willhave to work with a differ-ent receiving corps afterMika Mauga, AlexDanzuka and IsaiahYazzie all graduated in thespring.The Prep quarterbacksaid it took some workover the summer, but hisnew targets are gettingaccustomed to the offenseand will be ready to go forWeek 1.“The whole summer,they’ve been working inthe system, and nowthey’regetting it,” saidSorensen, who threw for just more than 4,000 yardsand 51 touchdowns in2013. “Everything is com-ing along. This is my lastyear of high school foot- ball, so I’m really excited.While the receiversmay all be new, Sorensencan take comfort in thefact that he’ll have most of the offensive line back toprotect him as he orches-trates the Eagles’ aerialattack.“Not only is the line back, but they’ve beenworking really hard in theweight room during theoffseason,” Sorensen said.While the offense wassolid throughout the yearfor Prep in 2013, thedefense struggled againstsome of its strong oppo-nents.In the Eagles’ two loss-es, they allowed 102points to their opponents.“They just need to getmoremean,” Sorensensaid of the defense. “Idon’t see what we had lastyear, but I’m confidentthey’ll get it done.”Like most teams in San Juan County, Navajo Prepfinds itself in a new dis-trict, playing in 1-3Athisseason. Newcomb is theonly remaining opponentfrom last year’s District 5-2A, and the Eagles willnow face off with Tohatchiand Crownpoint, insteadof Cuba, Dulce andNavajo Pine.The Eagles are expect-ed to roll through the dis-trict similarly to last year,when they went 4-0 whileoutscoring their oppo-nents 229-0.To make up for theweaker district slate, headcoach Rod Denetso loadedup with the strongest non-district schedule theEagles have played in histenure.Prep’s schedule fea-tures 2AchampionClayton, along withDexter, Estancia andLaguna Acoma. All fourschools areranked in thetop six in 3Aby MaxPreps’preseason rankings.Denetso said the sched-ule will play a role in get-ting the team ready for thepostseason as it tries toimprove on its 2013 finish.“I think it’s good for us.Having a schedule like wedid last year hurt us,”Denetso said. “Thoseteams used to beat up onus. But with the develop-ment of the program, wewant to see where we’reat. It will just prepare usfor the playoffs. We’ve gotto face guys like that.Those teams called us andwanted to play,so thatmeans a lot to our pro-gram.”Prep will also take onShiprock, which theEagles defeated a yearago, and Escalante, theteam that handed Prep itsonly regular season loss in2013.“I think we’ll matchupwell this season,” Denetsosaid. “Our front seven is big and has a lot of experi-ence. They’ll be a strengthfor us.”
 Joshua Perry is the sportseditor for The Daily Times. He can be reached at 505-564-4577.
 NPS looks to build on its 2013 performance
Alexa Rogals/ 
The Daily Times 
Navajo Prep starting quarterback Tyler Sorensonpasses the ball on Aug. 21 during football practice atNavajo Preparatory School in Farmington.

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