montez montez  /moʊn ˈtɛz/

Definition(s):

  • (n) Irish dancer (1818-1861)

News

  1. McDonald’s wins back-to-back titles

    Author(s):  Ronald Montez In the majors title game against Creamer Tile, it was a clutch two-run triple and dominant pitching performance that helped McDonald’s repeat as kings of the Madera National Little League (MNLL). In a rematch of last season’s MNLL Majors championship game, it was McDonald’s (22-1) that advanced to the City Championship for the second straight season as it edged out ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Madera Tribune

  2. Stallions runner paves path to Fresno State

    Author(s):  Ronald Montez When curiosity about competitive running got the best of a young Uriel Cabanas, he had no idea, at the time, that it would be his ticket to improving his future. Fast forward from his seventh grade year to Wednesday afternoon, when the Madera South graduate and talented runner signed a National Letter of Intent to compete next season on the NCAA Division I Fresno State ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Madera Tribune

  3. Man wanted in June 6 slaying in Muscoda turns self in, faces capital murder charge

    Paudriciquez Montez Fuller surrendered Monday through his attorney and will be booked into the Jefferson County Jail after he is questioned by detectives.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Birmingham News

Quotes

  1. "Montez has his degree and has decided to leave the Auburn football team to pursue other opportunities," Auburn head coach Gene Chizik said. "We appreciate what he gave to the football program during his career and wish him the best in his...
    on Sep 18, 2009 By: Gene Chizik Source: ESPN

  2. "He's definitely stepping up and becoming a go-to guy," Cox said. "Rod's a big playmaker, and having Montez next to him, it softens up the defense. They're not able to key on one guy. We have two guys out there that are playmakers."
    on Oct 24, 2007 By: Brandon Cox Source: SportingNews.com

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