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Bulldogs Defeat Eagles For 7th Grade City Title

CCSR Photo Arnold J. Roe.

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The Sierra Eagles squared off against the Berrendo Bulldogs Monday evening as the Bulldogs hosted the seventh CCSR Photo Arnold J. Roe. CCSR Photo Arnold J. Roe. grade city championship game. It the home team that got the victory and took the title as defeated the Eagles 53-41. 

Despite what the final double-digit score would indicate, this game was close until the end. Three points separated the two teams in the third quarter until J. Carrasco’s buzzer-beating layup made it 41-36 in favor of Berrendo, heading into the fourth.

Just as the lead was starting to swell, the Eagles got a 3-pointer to fall with 3:00 minutes to make it 46-40. Steals and blocks by the Bulldogs down the stretch led to free throws, which helped them seal the deal. 

Carrasco led all scorers with 25 points. For the Eagles, L. Lore led the team with 12 points, followed by D. Tucker with 11.

 

 

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Berrendo Bulldogs Return

Kendal Sanders is seen here for the Berrendo 7th grade basketball team. CCSR Photo Tom A. RuizKendal Sanders is seen here for the Berrendo 7th grade basketball team. CCSR Photo Tom A. Ruiz

 

By Tom Ruiz

CCSR-KBIM Writer

The sounds of the bouncing of basketballs, cheers and giggles and a 7th grade basketball game returned to the Berrendo Middle School Gym on Saturday. And so did 7th grader Kendal Sanders who was injured by gunfire at the gym from a fellow classmate on Jan. 14th. Kendal was named the honorary official before the game complete with an official’s shirt and whistle.

Nickie Portillo, Kendal’s mom said returning to BMS was good for her daughter.

“It was nice to be here and for her to see her friends and for support and to get her back into the school,” Portillo said.

As halftime approached the BMS cheerleaders came to the bleachers to greet Kendal and gentlyKendal Sanders is seen here with the real officials. CCSR Photo Tom A. RuizKendal Sanders is seen here with the real officials. CCSR Photo Tom A. Ruiz embraced her as Kendal is still recovering from surgery and her injuries are still very sensitive. It’s the main reason that she will be home schooled for the rest of the year and return for her eighth grade year in August.

Seeing her classmates again made Kendal smile from ear to ear.

“She wants things to be as normal as possible and that’s what she’s trying to do for herself,” said Portillo.

The Berrendo Bulldogs also were glad to be back on their home floor. They hosted Artesia and romped them to the tune of 54-21. High pointscorer was Ty Villareal with 21 points. Berrendo held a 27-12 lead at the half. It was in the third quarter that they began to pull away from Artesia. They began the third quarter by forcing several Artesia turnovers and went on a 12-0 run and never looked back.

“We’ve been working on our trap defense. The first couple of games didn’t work out so well. We worked out some kinks and moved some positions around and a lot of it was just being patient,” said head coach Mike Guerrero.

“It was real important to be back in the gym, there is a lot of pride here.” Guerrero added, “It was good to see Kendal back, she is very resilient, she is very strong, I was very glad to see her.”

RISD Superintendent Tom Burris commented after the game.

 “We had a great day. Kendal was our honorary official and I think that was probably the only official’s team in the state today that got a standing ovation today,” Burris said with a smile.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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Berrendo Earns A Trip To City Championship; B-Team Finishes Undefeated

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The Berrendo Bulldogs got the win over Mountain View Thursday evening to earn a trip to the city championship to square off with Mesa. The big game will be Tuesday, Oct. 29 at Debre.

All photos courtesy of Vanessa Mendez

 

 

In other news, the Berrendo B-Team finished their season undefeated after getting the win over Sierra earlier this week.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Berrendo Finishes As Top Dog In Roswell City Meet

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7th Grade Boys 300 Meter Hurdles. CCSR Photo Shawn Naranjo7th Grade Boys 300 Meter Hurdles. CCSR Photo Shawn Naranjo

Chaunte'l Powell

CCSR Editor 

 

8th Grade Girls Discus. CCSR Photo Shawn Naranjo8th Grade Girls Discus. CCSR Photo Shawn NaranjoBerrendo Middle School swept the competition at the Roswell City Meet Thursday at the Wool Bowl. They were the overall point winners in each grade and gender division. 

Berrondo coach Mike Guerrero said it wasn’t easy participating in such a meet after having a week off, but the few practices they had before the meet really paid off. 

“We were hoping our kids had kept in shape over Spring Break,” he said. “Our times were a little bit slower, but we got enough workouts in...our whole deal was our timing and our blocks and our technique like in the hurdles and the field events. We worked on that extensively Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and I think that’s what really set us apart. I think we were in good enough shape to finish and win some races.” 

Mt. View sprinting coach Chris Carrillo said he saw an improvement in the overall mechanics of his team. 

“I thought they came out and did extremely well. Everything we practiced, they put into work here today at the city meet,” he said. “[we had been working on] coming out of the blocks and our sprints, making sure they weren’t standing straight up and getting our arms in motion with our movements.”

Berrendo’s girls track coach Beth Rhodes said she was most pleased with seeing her team’s hard work pay off against stiff competition. 

8th Grade Girls Shot Put. CCSR Photo Shawn Naranjo8th Grade Girls Shot Put. CCSR Photo Shawn Naranjo“I think all of the athletes did a super job,” she said. “...and it was really a nice surprise and a treat for the kids to have all in one school finish first. They really worked hard. They’ve been out working in the wind everyday after school...[they] tried to do things they’ve never done before and that was another thing. They worked hard and really, really deserved this. I was real pleased with their determination. 

 

Final Results 

 

7th Grade Boys

 

1. Berrendo 208

 

2. Sierra 171

 

3. Mt. View 134

 

4. Mesa 49

 

 

7th Grade Girls

1. Berrendo 208

 

2. Sierra 184

3. Mt. View 113

4. Mesa 31

 

8th Grade Boys

 

 

1. Berrendo 218

2. Mt. View 169

 

3. Sierra 159

 

4. Mesa 8

 

 

 

8th Grade Girls

1. Berrendo 228

2. Mt. View 153

 

3. Sierra 144

 

4. Mesa 41

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Midschools Make Noise At 3rd Annual Cheer Competition

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Berrendo Bulldogs.  CCSR photo Arnold J. RoeBerrendo Bulldogs. CCSR photo Arnold J. Roe

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Middle school cheer fans flooded Goddard High School's gym Saturday for the third annual City Cheer Competition. Berrendo, Mesa, Mt. View and Sierra cheerleaders have been prepping for the competition all year and displayed all their hard work on the mats. All schools performed in two categories: Game Day and Performance.  All teams performed two routines and left it all out on the mat.

The team that came on top was the Berrendo Bulldogs for the 2nd year in a row.  Coach Becky Blanco stated, “Our girls have worked very hard this year. They cheered their hearts out and received the award that they worked so hard for all year. They dedicate a lot of time and put all their effort into this competition because they wanted to get the repeat. I couldn't be prouder of them because they truly deserve this honor. They are awesome and true definition of what teamwork is all about.”

 

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Mt. View Falls to Bulldogs in Championship Game

 

The 8th grade Berrendo Bulldog boys basketball team win the City Championship.  CCSR photo Arnold J. RoeThe 8th grade Berrendo Bulldog boys basketball team win the City Championship. CCSR photo Arnold J. Roe

Arnold J. Roe

CCSR Writer

Cal Villareal pivots and goes up for two of his game high 21 points.  CCSR photo Arnold J. RoeCal Villareal pivots and goes up for two of his game high 21 points. CCSR photo Arnold J. RoeBoth teams showed signs of nerves the first two minutes of the game with five missed shots and five turnovers between them.  The first points finally came with 2:30 left in the first quarter when Cal Villareal grabbed an offensive rebound and went right back up for a basket.  Bear Kyser added a basket to put the Bulldogs up 4-0, but Mustang Nick Palomino answered when he was left wide open underneath.  Kyser hit his first 3-pointer to put the Bulldogs up 7-2.  The Bulldog lead increased to 9-2 when Villareal danced his way through the defense for a layup.  Garrett Smothermon closed the gab hitting with 23.2 seconds left on the clock.  Villareal increased the lead back to seven hitting with 13 seconds left in the first quarter.

Garrett Smothermon goes up between two defenders for a layaup.  CCSR photo Arnold J. RoeGarrett Smothermon goes up between two defenders for a layaup. CCSR photo Arnold J. RoeThe scoring didn’t take as long in the second quarter as it did in the first.  Carter Beene started things off for the Bulldogs scoring a basket a mere five seconds in, and Mt. View’s Alejandro Campos hit a trey from the corner ten seconds later.  The Mustangs pulled two more points closer when Palomino took a pass from Smothermon and dropped it in the hoop.  Leading 13-9, Kyser hit two 3-pointers in 21 seconds to push the lead to 10.  The Mustangs once again closed the gap when Smothermon drained a long trey and on the next possession passes to Ty Jordan for a layup.  Up by five, Kyser hit his third trey of the quarter and fourth overall to push the lead to eight.  The Mustangs continued to battle and cut the lead down to three when Campos hit a 3-pointer and Ty Jordan added a bucket.  The Bulldogs dominated the last minute of the quarter, Chris Mesquita hit a long trey from the corner and added a layup with 19.2 seconds, and Villareal dropped in a layup with 1.3 seconds left to end the half with the Bulldogs up 29-19.

 Chris Mesquita gets fouled taking it to the hoop. CCSR photo Arnold J. Roe Chris Mesquita gets fouled taking it to the hoop. CCSR photo Arnold J. RoeThe Bulldogs continued the run to start the third quarter with a basket by Mesquita, two baskets by Luke Fink and  basket by Villareal.  Campos gets the Mustangs on the board making it a 37-21 game.  After some free throw trading the Bulldogs lead was 38-23 , then the Mustangs had a nice seven point run sparked by a Smothermon trey from the corner followed by baskets by Campos and Brandon Watley.  More free throw trading would end the quarter with the Bulldogs up 41-31.

Watley quickly cut the lead with a 3-pointer to open the fourth.  Mesquita snakes his way in for a layup to answer and the bulldogs are back up by nine.  The Mustangs would get another surge with a 6-0 run on baskets by Jordan, Campos and Jeremy Determan.  Mesquito moved the lead back to seven and seven seconds later Smothermon would go to the line Ty Jordan goes up in traffic.  CCSR photo Arnold J. RoeTy Jordan goes up in traffic. CCSR photo Arnold J. Roefor a one and one and hit both.  The Mustangs battled and kept cutting into the lead, but trailing by nine, the Bulldogs hit eight out of 12 free throws in the last two minutes of the game to maintain the lead and capture the City Championship.

 
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Berrendo Crowned 8th Grade City Champs

The 8th grade Berrendo Bulldog boys basketball team win the City Championship.  CCSR photo Arnold J. RoeThe 8th grade Berrendo Bulldog boys basketball team win the City Championship. CCSR photo Arnold J. Roe

Arnold J. Roe

CCSR Writer

Cal Villareal pivots and goes up for two of his game high 21 points.  CCSR photo Arnold J. RoeCal Villareal pivots and goes up for two of his game high 21 points. CCSR photo Arnold J. RoeBoth teams showed signs of nerves the first two minutes of the game with five missed shots and five turnovers between them.  The first points finally came with 2:30 left in the first quarter when Cal Villareal grabbed an offensive rebound and went right back up for a basket.  Bear Kyser added a basket to put the Bulldogs up 4-0, but Mustang Nick Palomino answered when he was left wide open underneath.  Kyser hit his first 3-pointer to put the Bulldogs up 7-2.  The Bulldog lead increased to 9-2 when Villareal danced his way through the defense for a layup.  Garrett Smothermon closed the gab hitting with 23.2 seconds left on the clock.  Villareal increased the lead back to seven hitting with 13 seconds left in the first quarter.

Garrett Smothermon goes up between two defenders for a layaup.  CCSR photo Arnold J. RoeGarrett Smothermon goes up between two defenders for a layaup. CCSR photo Arnold J. RoeThe scoring didn’t take as long in the second quarter as it did in the first.  Carter Beene started things off for the Bulldogs scoring a basket a mere five seconds in, and Mt. View’s Alejandro Campos hit a trey from the corner ten seconds later.  The Mustangs pulled two more points closer when Palomino took a pass from Smothermon and dropped it in the hoop.  Leading 13-9, Kyser hit two 3-pointers in 21 seconds to push the lead to 10.  The Mustangs once again closed the gap when Smothermon drained a long trey and on the next possession passes to Ty Jordan for a layup.  Up by five, Kyser hit his third trey of the quarter and fourth overall to push the lead to eight.  The Mustangs continued to battle and cut the lead down to three when Campos hit a 3-pointer and Ty Jordan added a bucket.  The Bulldogs dominated the last minute of the quarter, Chris Mesquita hit a long trey from the corner and added a layup with 19.2 seconds, and Villareal dropped in a layup with 1.3 seconds left to end the half with the Bulldogs up 29-19.

 Chris Mesquita gets fouled taking it to the hoop. CCSR photo Arnold J. Roe Chris Mesquita gets fouled taking it to the hoop. CCSR photo Arnold J. RoeThe Bulldogs continued the run to start the third quarter with a basket by Mesquita, two baskets by Luke Fink and  basket by Villareal.  Campos gets the Mustangs on the board making it a 37-21 game.  After some free throw trading the Bulldogs lead was 38-23 , then the Mustangs had a nice seven point run sparked by a Smothermon trey from the corner followed by baskets by Campos and Brandon Watley.  More free throw trading would end the quarter with the Bulldogs up 41-31.

Watley quickly cut the lead with a 3-pointer to open the fourth.  Mesquita snakes his way in for a layup to answer and the bulldogs are back up by nine.  The Mustangs would get another surge with a 6-0 run on baskets by Jordan, Campos and Jeremy Determan.  Mesquito moved the lead back to seven and seven seconds later Smothermon would go to the line Ty Jordan goes up in traffic.  CCSR photo Arnold J. RoeTy Jordan goes up in traffic. CCSR photo Arnold J. Roefor a one and one and hit both.  The Mustangs battled and kept cutting into the lead, but trailing by nine, the Bulldogs hit eight out of 12 free throws in the last two minutes of the game to maintain the lead and capture the City Championship.

 

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