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North sports: Week in review

CANCELLATIONS: A positive COVID-19 test within the St. Michael’s football program led to the cancellation of the Horsemen’s scheduled game on Saturday at Raton, as well as this coming Saturday against Socorro. The team’s scheduled junior varsity game Monday also was cancelled.

QUALIFIED: Taos alum Jonah Vigil, who now runs for Adams State, qualified for the D-II indoor track and field national championships in the 200-meter dash, clocking a 21.34 to earn the fifth seed. Preliminaries in Birmingham, Alabama, are set for Friday afternoon. He won the gold medal in the 400 at last weekend’s Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference championships, but his time of 49.02 seconds was too slow to make the reduced field.

HEADED TO COLORADO: West Las Vegas senior Elijah Alarcon, who batted .429 with five steals in an abbreviated 2020 season, has signed to play at Otero Junior College in La Junta, Colo.

OKLAHOMA-BOUND: Fellow WLV senior Brianna Marquez has signed to play basketball at Oklahoma Panhandle State in Goodwell, Oklahoma. As a junior, Marquez averaged 18.3 points, 6.4 assists and 4.5 rebounds.