The 2012-13 wrestling season ended with the Los Lunas and Belen High School teams finishing second and third behind Class 4A titans, Farmington Piedra Vista.
The Los Lunas Tigers faced two relentless opponents Friday night in the state semifinal game at the Wool Bowl — the Goddard Rockets and time.
During the holiday season, a good host is expected to be generous.
In his 23 years of coaching, Lorenzo Carrillo said he has coached wrestling at every level there is — junior, middle school and high school.
Administrators from Belen and Los Lunas schools expect the New Mexico Activities Association to place the three Valencia County high schools into a district with schools from Doña Ana County in the association's new alignment scheme.
The third time was not the charm for visiting Deming Friday night against host Belen in the Class 4A state quarterfinals.
On Wednesday, No. 4 Los Lunas found out that No. 5 Centennial were slated to become their district foes beginning with the 2014-15 season
While Valencia County has been busy becoming in high school football hotbed, the three Class 4A schools in the county have been quietly improving as part of what some call the toughest district in the state at the 4A level.
The Belen girls basketball team is 2-0 early in the season after defeating Albuquerque Academy and Socorro at home in their first two games of the season.
Los Lunas senior Teige Zeller officially signed her national letter of intent to play basketball at the University of Nevada, Reno next season while friends and family looked on Tuesday at Los Lunas High School.
The No. 7 Valencia football team knew what to expect coming into its state quarterfinal game Friday night against No. 2 Farmington.
Time and again Friday night, the No. 7 Valencia Jaguars made big plays to keep pace with the No. 10 Piedra Vista Panthers from Farmington.
Los Lunas proved to be the class of Class 4A in the 2012-13 season.
The Los Lunas volleyball team fell a few points short of the semifinals in the Class 4A State Volleyball Tournament last week at the Santa Ana Star Center.
Surrounded by family and teammates, Belen High senior Victoria Spragg signed a national letter of intent to play with the University of New Mexico on Wednesday, Nov. 13, the first day of the early signing period.
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Sometimes you can't just go through an obstacle, you have to go around it.
Things went as planned through 60 minutes of the No. 4 Los Lunas soccer team's 80-minute match against No. 5 Santa Fe Capital Thursday morning at the APS Soccer Complex.