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With depth being a major concern the Wingate football team hobbled into last Friday’s matchup with Santa Fe Indian School.

Tough games are almost always about getting better.

Monument Valley’s balanced offense was a key factor in the Mustangs’ wild 34-32 victory over the Page Sand Devils last Friday night in Kayenta.

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Pinon’s defense was the key as the Eagles outlasted the Many Farms Lobos, 20-18, in a football season opener for both teams.

Usually the outcome of any game entails the first two choices but last Friday night the Navajo Prep and Laguna-Acoma football teams played something similar to the latter.

With a revamped offense the Tohatchi Cougars are starting to have a knack of finding the end zone.

The initial investment regarding the football field turf by the Ganado school district proved to be an exceptional one.

When Storm Tallbull needed a football family; Navajo Preparatory School gave him one.

Payson’s stellar offense and strong defense proved to be too much for Window Rock to handle, as the Longhorns overwhelmed the Scouts, 57-6, in a season opening Freedom game for both teams at Judd Avey Memorial Stadium in Fort Defiance last Friday.