Watching Los Lunas take the Gallup boys soccer team to the woodshed at LLHS’ Volunteer Field on Saturday was not pleasant to anyone there — well maybe it was to…[Read more]
It was close, but no cigar for the Valencia football team against No. 4 Artesia at home Friday night.
Playing in their temporary home, the Los Lunas Middle School gym, the Los Lunas volleyball team started well against visiting St. Pius X Tuesday night.
The Belen girls soccer team capped a very successful week Tuesday, winning its sixth game in a row and moving to 7-2 on the season by defeating visiting Del Norte 2-0 at Eagle Field.
The Valencia boys soccer team bounced back Tuesday from a disappointing loss Saturday at home to claim their sixth win of the season, defeating Del Norte 2-1 in overtime in Albuquerque.
BELEN – Any Star Trek nerd will tell you that “Revenge is a dish best served cold.” And it was cold at Eagle Stadium Friday night as Belen avenged themselves…[Read more]
A week after falling by a 30-point margin at Artesia, the Belen football team did an about face, dominating host Moriarty in a 55-7 mercy rule-shortened victory Friday night.
Like all the other preps sports teams in Valencia County, the Belen, Los Lunas and Valencia boys and girls cross country teams enter a new district this season and the Belen boys and Valencia girls are contenders for both the league title as well as high placers at state.
The Belen Eagles remained undefeated on the season with a pair of home wins last week while Los Lunas and Valencia found rough going at the Las Cruces Invitational last weekend.
All three area prep cross country teams began their seasons over the weekend with Los Lunas' boys and girls at the Socorro Stampede on Friday and Belen and Valencia's squads at the UNM Invitational in Albuquerque.
The Los Lunas Tigers hoped to avoid the same fate that befell their cross-town rivals Valencia last week against Alamogordo. But the Tigers were no more successful against the Alamo…[Read more]
ALBUQUERQUE – What a difference a week makes. The good luck that eluded the Valencia Jaguars in their season opener against Alamogordo last Friday night was fully on their side…[Read more]
Kickoff weekend was not kind to the three Valencia County prep football teams, as all three fell in their openers.
The 2013 prep volleyball season ended in the district tournament for Belen and Valencia, while Los Lunas rode a great team effort and the hitting of since-departed middle blocker Katie Inman.
If there was any disappointment of missing the old bracket of their own Belen Invitational for the Belen volleyball team this past weekend, it was swept away by the Eagles five-set win over Class 6A Carlsbad in the fifth-place game on Saturday.
TOME – The next Friday the 13th doesn’t come until February. But the unluckiest of all Fridays made an early visit to the Valencia Jaguars. Looking snake-bitten almost from the…[Read more]
Based on several pre-season rankings released earlier this month, there’s a lot of respect for Valencia County football. And the battle for District 3-5A is going to be one of…[Read more]
If the last three seasons were a movie, the Los Lunas football team would have been the leading men, a talented group that was among the favorites in Class 4A.
As the late summer sun beat down on the practice field at Valencia High School, a potential conundrum the Jaguars faced in their upcoming season was masked by all the activity.
With summertime ending, many young people are looking at moving on to the next chapter of their lives — whether that chapter includes college or simply moving out of their parents' home and on their own.