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The formula for winning district championships in most sports is pretty simple — defend your home court and steal a few matches on the road.
The exuberant Los Lunas girls soccer team broke their halftime huddle against No. 5 Belen Tuesday chanting "Who Wants It? WE DO!"
Belen juniors Aaron Valenzuela and Jared Garcia finished fourth and seventh in the Boys Championship division while sophomore Arena Lewis finished seventh in the Girls Championship division of the Rio Rancho Jamboree cross country meet Saturday at Rio Rancho High School.
The formula for winning district championships in most sports is pretty simple – defend your home court and steal a few matches on the road. After this past week, the…[Read more]
In a must-win game last Thursday at Belen High, the Eagles volleyball team came up with an inspired performance against Valencia, defeating the Jaguars in an epic five-set match to snap VHS' nine-game winning streak.
Friday afternoon, Belen students hosted a bonfire they dubbed "Toast the Tiger."
The Los Lunas boys soccer squad clinched the District 6-4A title Tuesday night, defeating second place Miyamura 3-0 in Gallup to win the league title with two games left in the district season.
The Belen Eagles boys took second while a trio of county runners finished 1-2-3 on the girls side at the Los Lunas David Allen Invitational at Los Lunas High School Saturday.
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The Belen Eagles girls and Los Lunas Tigers boys both passed key tests against county rivals this past week to remain undefeated in District 6-4A.
The stakes will be high when the 61st Valencia Bowl between the Los Lunas Tigers and Belen Eagles, kicks off at Friday night at Willie Chavez Field in Los Lunas.
The host Valencia boys and girls cross country squads claimed first place at the Valencia Invitational Saturday at Valencia High School.
Round one of the Los Lunas-Belen volleyball battles in 2013 went to the Tigers. But LLHS' three-set win over the Eagles Tuesday night did not come easily.
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LOS LUNAS – Round one of the Los Lunas-Belen volleyball battles in 2013 went to the Tigers. But LLHS’ three-set win over the Eagles Tuesday night did not come easily.
Positives and negatives: LLHS and BHS football move to 4-1, have issues in wins; VHS stung by Scorps
The No. 2 Los Lunas Tigers and No .3 Belen Eagles both won Friday night, setting up a huge District 6-4A game at Los Lunas High on Friday, Oct. 11, between the two teams currently ranked No. 2 and No. 3 in Class 4A with identical 4-1 records.
The Los Lunas and Valencia High volleyball teams each swept Metro-area opponents this past week to conclude the pre-district portion of their schedules. The Tigers and Jaguars both begin league play Tuesday, with VHS going on the road to Gallup and LLHS hosting county rivals Belen High at home.
The Los Lunas boys and girls soccer squads remained undefeated in District 6-4A play as did the Belen girls as all three teams won matches over the weekend. The Tiger boys entered the weekend ranked No. 6 by MaxPreps at www.maxpreps.com while the Eagles and Tiger girls were ranked No. 8 and No. 11, respectively.