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2018 NMTCCCA All-Harrier Teams NMAA Cross Country Championships  
Must be members of both associations NMTCCCA & NMHSCA to be awarded All-Harrier  
 
First  Last School Place NMTCCC    
1A-2A Boys  
Martin Flores Hagerman 3rd no  
Justin Madalena Jemez Valley 8th yes  
Angel Varela Pecos 9th no  
Isaac Gonzales Pecos 16th no  
Jakob Kaare-Rasmus Desert Academy 19th no  
Dylan Canney ATC school 25th yes  
1A-2A Girls  
Jaimey Fastnacht Estancia 7th no  
Shante Jensen NACA 19th no  
Faith Flores Pecos 20th no  
3A Boys  
Epherem Zerai Sandia Prep 1st no  
Josh Valdez Robertson 5th no  
Isaac Paiz West Las Vegas 7th no  
Dallen Plummer Thoreau 9th no  
Adrian Whitten Santa Fe Prep 12th no  
Tony Chase Sandia Prep 15th no  
Fran Costa-Nunes Bosque 19th no  
3A Girls  
Latisha Lopez Wingate 3rd yes  
Holly Tsosie Thoreau 4th no  
Janai Clayton St. Michaels 5th no  
Makayla Quintana Robertson 7th no  
Nieves Pacheco Robertson 14th no  
Shante Natewa Zuni 18th yes  
Violet Eklund St. Michaels 23rd no  
4A Boys  
Kashon Harrison Kirkland Central 1st no  
Duncan Fuehne Los Alamos 3rd no  
Ty McCray Miyamura 4th yes  
John  Hall Pojoaque 8th yes  
Skyler Forman Alb Academy 9th no  
Demetri Begay Gallup 11th yes  
Osean Nez Kirtland Central 16th no  
4A Girls  
Zoe Hunter Alb Academy 1st no  
Jayleen Guerrero Santa Teresa 4th no  
Jane Archibeck Alb  Academy 5th no  
Grace Alley Alb Academy 7th no  
Tiajhae Nez Kirtland Central 10th no  
Faith Helgesen Hope Christian 11th no  
Marin Kelly Los Alamos 15th no  
5A Boys  
Yonas Haile Cleveland 1st yes  
Patrick Colborn Hobbs 2nd yes  
Simon Baca Albuquerque High 6th no  
Sean  Dwyer Eldorado 7th no  
Cody Smith Rio Rancho 8th no  
Walker Quale Albuquerque High 9th no  
Daniel Beam Rio Rancho 10th  no  
5A Girls  
Reilly McClanahan Eldorado 3rd no  
Alisa Meraz-Fishbein Albuquerque High 4th no  
Reina Paredes Rio Rancho 8th no  
Natalie Ortiz Eldorado 16th no  
Sage Payne Onate 17th yes  
Xotchil Ramos-Gonzales Cleveland 21st  yes  
Brenda Prieto Mayfield 24th no  

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Member-Spotlight David Nunez

davidNunez It's often said that new coaches tend to coach the way that they were coached. An important thought for all of us to consider, and in this instance it is especially good to know....

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HOF-Spotlight Tove Shere

ToveShere It all started in a different time and a different place..England. It all ended, a 21 year coaching stint at Santa Fe Prep, with one last victory lap around the Great Friends UNM Track Complex in celebration ....

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Alum-Spotlight Christian Gering

christiangering Gering, a runner from San Felipe Pueblo, ran track his junior and senior years at Santa Fe Indian School and cross-country his senior year. Since then he has been chasing his dream — literally ....

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NM-Spotlight Lady Lobos XC

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We are the NMTCCCA !!!

Begun in 1987 by a small group of visionaries with the goal of a NM Meet of Champions, as well as developing better communication and unification between all track and cross country coaches, the New Mexico Track and Cross Country Coaches Association was born and has grown to what you see today. Our association has and must continue to be the guiding force for positive change and the protection of all aspects of New Mexico Track and Cross Country that we believe important to our athletes and our coaches. Changes are a part of life. We are our best "Advocates" for helping to direct that change in a positive and constructive way. We must continue to "Educate" our membership and give them the best tools for success. And, as a professional organization, we must "Celebrate" those successes, those stories, those special moments and actions that make our sports such wonderful tools in helping to mold the youth of New Mexico. We ARE the NMTCCCA !!!

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