TOMÉ – It’s often said that football is a game of inches. For the Belen Eagles, Friday night’s Battle for The Plow rivalry game against Valencia was a game of…[Read more]
LOS LUNAS – Saturday was Senior Day for the No. 3 Los Lunas boys soccer team, but the opening and closing acts in the two-act drama were a freshman and…[Read more]
The Belen and Valencia football teams took their acts on the road Friday, opening the district portion of their schedules with wins and setting the stage for this week's Battle for The Plow rivalry game between the Eagles an Jaguars at Jaguar Stadium in Tomé at 7 p.m. Friday.
Host No. 9 Valencia came into their match against Los Lunas ranked higher in Class 5A, but it was the Tigers who left Valencia High School with sole possession of second place in District 3-5A after a three-set sweep of the Jaguars Tuesday night.
The Belen boys soccer team stunned Valencia by coming back from a 2-0 deficit to force extra time Tuesday. But the Jags shocked the Eagles right back, scoring a stunning golden goal in the 82nd minute â€• just two minutes into overtime â€• to leave Eagle Field with a dramatic 3-2 win Tuesday afternoon and deny Belen their first district win of the season.
LOS LUNAS – Senior runners Carisma Lovato and Aaron Valenzuela each won their second race in a row to lead their respective teams to top three finishes at the David…[Read more]
LOS LUNAS – Through three quarters, the Los Lunas Tigers were within arm’s reach of the No. 1 Centennial Hawks. But the undefeated Hawks scored 24 unanswered points in the…[Read more]
Belen -Los Lunas came into their match against Belen looking to continue their recent string of success. The host Eagles were looking to reverse their fortunes Tuesday night. The Tigers…[Read more]
Tomé – For just over 70 minutes, Tuesday’s girls soccer match between host Valencia and Los Lunas was a stalemate. Finding a game-winning goal in this battle for first place…[Read more]
The Valencia girls turned in a dominating performance while the Belen boys just beat out the Valencia boys for the top spot at the Valencia Invitational, a run on the bosque trails at Los Lunas' River Park on Saturday morning.
A month ago, the Los Lunas boys soccer team went through the toughest part of their schedule and went winless after four games — the toughest stretch of the team's pre-district schedule.
Slow starts have been a bugaboo for the Belen volleyball team. And their match against Valencia Saturday afternoon at Valencia High School was no different.
All three Valencia County teams were victorious over the weekend, sending them all into their bye weeks — and District 3-5A play — on a high note.
Valencia goalkeeper Paige Hunter gets the clean stat sheet following the Jaguars' 1-0 win over host Belen Saturday at Eagle Field — but the shutout of the Eagles belonged to the entire defense.
The Belen boys soccer team was upbeat following their match Tuesday against league-leading Los Lunas.
The Valencia volleyball team earned its fourth and fifth wins in the last six matches by beating a pair of Albuquerque 6A teams last week to finish the pre-district season.
TOME – The only team that could stop the Valencia Jaguars Friday night was the Jaguars themselves. Valencia penalties took a trio of touchdowns off the board in the first…[Read more]