Bobcats' softball field wins national...

Bobcats' softball field wins national award

There are 8 comments on the Farmington Daily Times story from Jun 5, 2011, titled Bobcats' softball field wins national award. In it, Farmington Daily Times reports that:

Fans from around San Juan County have been in awe of the new fields at Bloomfield High School for a couple of years now, but the Bobcats' turf is also gaining national recognition.

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mr mo

Los Angeles, CA

#1 Jun 6, 2011
well coach, i guess the kids have been selling a bunch of licorice, lol.. Good luck and keep up the great work as AD and Cross-Country and track coach...
Concerned

Albuquerque, NM

#2 Jun 6, 2011
I hope that softball field is still called the Oscar Lewis Field. It should be, but I didn't read anything about that in the article.
jaded

Cerrillos, NM

#3 Jun 6, 2011
Maybe old Phill will start to like softball now, and softball players, and softball coaches.....
LPLPLPLPLP

Spring, TX

#4 Jun 6, 2011
Hey, Bloomfield actually won something this year!
Concerned too

Albuquerque, NM

#5 Jun 6, 2011
Concerned wrote:
I hope that softball field is still called the Oscar Lewis Field. It should be, but I didn't read anything about that in the article.
It is NOT still called the Oscar Lewis Field, and the baseball field is NOT the John Gutierrez field. I wonder what the new track is going to be called?

Since: Sep 08

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#6 Jun 6, 2011
Concerned too wrote:
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It is NOT still called the Oscar Lewis Field, and the baseball field is NOT the John Gutierrez field. I wonder what the new track is going to be called?
it will probably be called "The Phil Sat" lol
btown

Albuquerque, NM

#7 Jun 7, 2011

All the other high schools in the area allow access to their nice fields to the public, for example I took my daughter to soccer practice in Kirtland and ran on their nice track, there were a lot of locals at the track running and walking. Why not BHS, correct me if I am wrong, are tax payer dollars used to purchase the nice fields? If so then why not give access to the public?

Since: Sep 08

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#8 Jun 7, 2011
btown wrote:
All the other high schools in the area allow access to their nice fields to the public, for example I took my daughter to soccer practice in Kirtland and ran on their nice track, there were a lot of locals at the track running and walking. Why not BHS, correct me if I am wrong, are tax payer dollars used to purchase the nice fields? If so then why not give access to the public?
because we all know that the bloomfield school district has a tight grip on what goes on with our campuses...the Miners football team had to go and ask the board for permission to access the field. It took a long time for that to be granted.

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