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NM Stars owners pull plug on season

By Bob Christ / Journal Staff Writer

Owners plan to restructure franchise, return in ’16

From left to right, New Mexico Stars head coach Dominic Bramante talks with two of his players Jayson Serda and James Cleveland on Wednesday. Cleveland holds his son Jaxan James Cleveland. (Jim Thompson/Journal)

NM Stars sign 2 vets from last year’s team

By Bob Christ / Journal Staff Writer

The New Mexico Stars have bolstered their roster with the signing of two stalwarts from last year’s …

With new GM on board, Stars prepare for season

By Bob Christ / Journal Staff Writer

Things are starting to percolate in earnest around New Mexico Stars headquarters as coach Dominic Bramante’s pro team prepares for its Champions Indoor Football season opener a little more than five weeks away.

Wearing a Baltimore Ravens cap, Dominic Bramante oversees a New Mexico Stars practice this past spring. (Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal)

Bramante sounds off on hot topics

By Bob Christ / Journal Staff Writer

Coach dislikes Redskins name, says Rice, Peterson deserve second chance

League runner-up slot not satisfying

By Bob Christ / Journal Staff Writer

N.M. Stars head coach says final game loss lingers, stings

BRAMANTE: Stars coach saw his QB struggle (Greg Sorber/Albuquerque Journal)

NM loses to San Angelo in indoor football championship

By ABQnews Staff

SAN ANGELO, Texas – In a battle between two teams that were wearing Cinderella’s slipper, the San Angelo Bandits defeated the New Mexico Stars 64-34 on Saturday night in the Lone Star Football League championship game.