ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Thursday was not a good night to be a football underdog in the metro area.
Albuquerque High and Capital of Santa Fe can vouch for that statement. Both teams were the underdog and both did not complete their respective games due to the mercy rule.
The Eldorado Eagles and Valley Vikings scored 50 points each as they sent their opponents to defeat.
Eldorado beat Albuquerque High with time remaining in the 4th quarter due to the mercy rule.
Albuquerque High has now lost 32 games dating back a couple of seasons.
Valley's 50 to nothing win over Capital ended after two quarters.
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