The Los Lunas High softball team's pair of District 6-4A wins over Grants on Thursday at Tiger Field would have been noteworthy enough based on the double-digit scores and mercy rule shortened length.
Los Lunas took the first baseball meeting this season against arch rival Belen this week, but all was not lost for the Eagles, who bounced back at home against Gallup Saturday to split their games for the week and remain solidly in second place with a record of 14-6, 4-2 in district as of the end of play Saturday.
The Belen baseball team had plenty of motivation to play its best game of the season against host Valencia Tuesday afternoon at Jaguar Field.
Valencia pitcher Amber Baca scattered five hits and the visiting Jaguars were able to keep host Los Lunas off balance at the plate to earn a crucial District 6-4A 4-2 win at Tiger Field in Los Lunas Friday afternoon.
Valencia pitcher Garret Garcia scattered four hits and the visiting Los Lunas Tigers committed several uncharacteristic mistakes Saturday morning as the Jaguars took the District 6-4A lead with a decisive 10-1 win at Jaguar Park at Valencia High School.
TOME – Valencia pitcher Garret Garcia scattered four hits and the visiting Los Lunas several uncharacteristic mistakes Saturday morning as the Jaguars took the District 6-4A lead with a decisive…[Read more]
LOS LUNAS – Valencia pitcher Amber Baca scattered five hits and the visiting Jaguars were able to keep host Los Lunas off balance at the plate to earn a crucial…[Read more]
Good things came in threes for the Belen boys and girls tennis teams over the weekend.
The host Valencia boys track and field team took first place while the Valencia girls squad finished third at the Valencia High Invitational on Saturday.
Less than a year after replacing its head football coach, the Los Lunas School are again looking for a new head man at Los Lunas High School after coach Duane Toliver's sudden regination Friday.
The 2014 prep baseball season is well underway and all three Valencia County high school squads have seen their share of successes.
"A Tale of Two Cities" author Charles Dickens could have easily written the script to Los Lunas' dramatic experience in the Class 4A Girls Basketball Tournament championship game Friday night at The Pit.
The Los Lunas boys made history Saturday, as the first Tiger team to step onto Bob King Court at The Pit to play for a state championship.
You don't have to tell the Valencia girls basketball team that basketball can be a game of inches. Looking into their teary, red-rimmed eyes at a post-game press conference Thursday, you could tell they'd just experienced it first hand.
ALBUQUERQUE – The talk around The Pit during this week’s Class 4A Boys Basketball Tournament about the second-seed Los Lunas has centered on the Tigers’ dynamic duo – seniors Jacob…[Read more]
ALBUQUERQUE – You don’t have to tell the Valencia girls basketball team that basketball can be a game of inches. Looking into their teary, red-rimmed eyes at post-game press conference…[Read more]
ALBUQUERQUE – Top-seeded Los Lunas will return to the Girls Class 4A State Championship game in The Pit today for a second straight year after a dominating 67-41 win over…[Read more]
ALBUQUERQUE – Near the end of their quarterfinal match-up with third-seeded St. Pius X Tuesday morning, the Valencia girls basketball faced a situation that they’d encountered in nearly every loss…[Read more]
ALBUQUERQUE – At a certain point, fans watching the second-seeded Los Lunas in their back-and-forth battle with the seventh-seeded Albuquerque Academy Chargers Wednesday must have thought that who ever made…[Read more]
ALBUQUERQUE – Familiarity really does breeds contempt – just ask the ninth-seeded Miyamura Lady Patriots. [subscriber-content] Before Tuesday, the plucky Pats had faced top-seeded Los Lunas four times this season,…[Read more]