New Mexico 2A State Football Champs

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On Saturday, Lordsburg captured its second New Mexico 2A state football championship. Below is the complete list of Class 2A champs.

All-Time New Mexico 2A State Football Champs

2016 – Lordsburg

2015 – Escalante

2014 – Clayton

2013 – Santa Rosa

2012 – Santa Rosa

2011 – Santa Rosa

2010 – Santa Rosa

2009 – Tularosa

2008 – Texico

2007 – Santa Rosa

2006 – Lordsburg

2005 – Hatch Valley

2004 – Hatch Valley

2003 – Hatch Valley

2002 – Tucumcari

2001 – Tularosa

2000 – Eunice

1999 – Eunice

1998 – Santa Rosa

1997 – Dexter

1996 – Santa Rosa

1995 – Eunice

1994 – Eunice

1993 – Santa Rosa

1992 – Jal

1991 – Menaul

1990 – Animas

1989 – Animas

1988 – Animas

1987 – Animas

1986 – Animas

1985 – Animas

1984 – Animas and Tularosa (Co-champs)

1983 – Jal

1982 – Moriarty

1981 – Moriarty

1980 – Jal

1979 – Estancia

1978 – Eunice

1977 – Eunice

1976 – McCurdy

1975 – Eunice

1974 – Jal

1973 – Kirtland

1972 – Ruidoso

1971 – Jal

1970 – Jal

1969 – Kirtland

Class B

1968 –  Hot Springs

1967 – Jal

1966 – Bloomfield

1965 – Eunice

1964 – Carrizozo

1963 – Kirtland

1962 – Eunice

1961 – Eunice

1960 – Jal

1959 – Jal

1958 – Eunice

1957 – Eunice

1956 – Cathedral

1955 – Santa Rosa

1954 – Cathedral

1953 – Aztec

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