For a time at the Class 1A State Track and Field championship meet on Friday and Saturday, May 8-9, the four girls from Canon Christian Academy in Belen were in…[Read more]
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RIO RANCHO – You could call the Valencia a Cinderella in the Class 5A State Softball Tournament, but coach Jeff Young doesn’t think the title fits. “Our kids had this…[Read more]
RIO RANCHO – Twice on Thursday, the Valencia softball team looked like they were done. And twice they came back to shock higher seeds to advance to Friday’s championship semifinals…[Read more]
RIO RANCHO – Albuquerque Academy’s Randall Gurule ended the Valencia High School baseball team’s season with a walk-off home run on the first at-bat of the seventh inning, but sadly…[Read more]
LOS LUNAS – The Los Lunas Schools released the names of the three finalists for the vacant Valencia High School boys basketball position on Monday, the number being reduced from…[Read more]
If the races for the boys and girls District 3-5A track and field titles were individual races, they would have been photo finishes or near that.
Valencia will be the only area team advancing in the Class 5A State Baseball Tournament after the first weekend, but not because of a lack of effort by their first round opponents, No. 12 Los Lunas or No. 13 Belen, which lost its two-game series to No. 4 Albuquerque Academy over the weekend.
High winds made for difficult playing conditions on Friday in Valencia County for hosts Valencia and Los Lunas, while a difficult opponent made things tough for Belen in the opening round of the Class 5A State Softball Tournament.
The stay was short for Belen High School tennis players in the Class 5A State Tennis Tournament last week, but coach Barbara Grega said the experience is something that the young Eagles will be able to build on in coming years.