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NMAA Board of Directors votes unanimously to start latest sports calendar on Feb. 22

FARMINGTON — After Monday’s lengthy discussion weighing multiple factors in starting up sports, the New Mexico Activities Association Board of Directors voted unanimously to allow the latest sports calendar to get underway on Feb. 22.



a group of men playing a game of football: Aztec's Marcquis Henry fires a pass down the middle against Bernalillo during a 4A state football playoff game on Saturday, Nov. 9, 2019, at Fred Cook Memorial Stadium in Aztec. The NMAA Board of Directors voted unanimously to allow the latest sports calendar to begin on Feb. 22, starting with football, cross country and volleyball.


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Aztec’s Marcquis Henry fires a pass down the middle against Bernalillo during a 4A state football playoff game on Saturday, Nov. 9, 2019, at Fred Cook Memorial Stadium in Aztec. The NMAA Board of Directors voted unanimously to allow the latest sports calendar to begin on Feb. 22, starting with football, cross country and volleyball.

Football, cross country and volleyball would begin practicing on Feb. 22, while soccer would start on March 1.

The revised calendar was approved with the understanding that the NMAA and schools would have to be flexible with the schedule as the season progresses.

NMAA Executive Director Sally Marquez said the soccer season

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2021 college basketball picks, Feb. 6 predictions from proven model

The No. 23 Kansas Jayhawks will visit the No. 17 West Virginia Mountaineers on Saturday at WVU Coliseum. Tipoff is scheduled for 2 p.m. ET on CBS. West Virginia is 12-5 overall and 5-2 at home while Kansas is 12-6 overall and 2-4 on the road. The Jayhawks have won nine of the last 10 head-to-head meetings and covered in seven of those 10 matchups.



a person on a court: Mar 20, 2019; Salt Lake City, UT, USA; General overall view of a basketball approaching the rim and net before the first round of the 2019 NCAA Tournament at Vivint Smart Home Arena.


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Mar 20, 2019; Salt Lake City, UT, USA; General overall view of a basketball approaching the rim and net before the first round of the 2019 NCAA Tournament at Vivint Smart Home Arena.


However, the Jayhawks have covered just twice now in their last seven games entering Saturday. The Mountaineers are two-point favorites, with the over-under for total points listed at 141.5 in the latest West Virginia vs. Kansas odds from William Hill Sportsbook. Before entering any Kansas vs. West

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COVID-19 Update: Restrictions on kids’ sports, restaurants, indoor fitness to be eased Feb. 8



a person standing in front of a bar: Karen Gott, assistant general manager of Trolley 5 Restaurant and Brewery in Calgary, raises a glass Friday after the province announced it will allow in-person dining on Feb. 8, 2021.


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Karen Gott, assistant general manager of Trolley 5 Restaurant and Brewery in Calgary, raises a glass Friday after the province announced it will allow in-person dining on Feb. 8, 2021.

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The Feb. 6 lineup card for The Sports Page | Mdt Format Antenna

“The Sports Page:” live on WKVL 100.9 FM and 850 AM from 10-11:30 a.m. Saturday at Bluetick Tavern in Maryville with hosts Mike Edwards, Donnie Moore and Charlie Puleo.

Facebook:@thesportspagetn (watch live)

Insurance Agency lineup card:

ALCOA TENN FEDERAL CREDIT UNION HEADLINES: Sports Page newshound Donnie Moore digs deep to find the headlines not involving the Super Bowl.

GOTEEZ GOVOLS REPORT: Vol legends Lon Herzbrun and Ray Trail add their head scratching to the mystery of UT men’s basketball. Then the panel looks at what else is going on around the conference in the WATERS’ EQUIPMENT SEC NOTEBOOK.

ANDERSON LUMBER COMPANY PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Seymour girls’ basketball coach Greg Hernandez along with Lady Eagles Maci Pitner and Emily Russell reign 3s down on Daily Times sports editor Troy Provost-Heron.

LAMAR PRINTING MARC IT DOWN: The Alcoa boys middle school basketball team talks about tonight’s sectional game as

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