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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.
LOS LUNAS – The mood following Friday night’s homecoming game between the host Los Lunas Tigers and Albuquerque St. Pius X was not celebratory, despite LLHS’ domineering 55-27 win over…[Read more]
The Valencia girls cross country team took second while the Belen boys team took third in the Adron Gardner Classic at Belen High School Saturday morning.
Play began for county soccer teams in District 6-4A on Saturday and continued Tuesday as boys and girls teams from Belen, Los Lunas and Valencia High School turned their attention to league matches.
The Valencia Jaguars had their homecoming ruined by Class 4A's top runner Friday night, while Belen and Los Lunas both fell from the ranks of the undefeated, capping a disappointing night of football.
The Los Lunas and Belen volleyball teams faced each other in the opening game of the Tournament of Champions Gold Bracket over the weekend — a preview of their upcoming district matches.
The Valencia Jaguars faced Class 4A’s top runner Friday night and fared poorly, losing their homecoming game to visiting Atrisco Heritge in the News-Bulletin’s Game of the Week. The county’s…[Read more]
The Belen High and Valencia High volleyball teams were both successful in their respective brackets at the 16-team Roswell Zia Tournament over the weekend while Los Lunas came off a…[Read more]
County cross country teams will get their first look at each other as well as district foes this weekend at the Adron Gardner Classic at Belen High School.
The Belen Eagles went to overtime to remain undefeated while the Los Lunas Tigers notched their third consecutive mercy rule victory as both teams went to 3-0 on the season…[Read more]
A quartet of Valencia County runners — Carisma Lovato and Camila Orozco of Valencia High School as well as Arena Lewis and Jared Garcia of Belen High — were among the top finishers at a pair of out-of-town cross country meets over the weekend.
All three county high school football teams moved to 2-0 on the season by winning in dominating fashion over the weekend, posting double-digit scores and posting big individual performances in the victories — which included wins over two Albuquerque-area teams.
In the second News-Bulletin Game of the Week, the Valencia Jaguars remained undefeated, shutting out Rio Grande 49-0 in its home opener to remain undefeated heading into a road encounter…[Read more]
Both the Belen Eagles and the Los Lunas Tigers remained undefeated, winning in impressive fashion Friday night to remain undefeated in the young 2013 season.
All three Valencia County high school football teams started their seasons with wins Friday night, the first night on the gridiron this season.
The 2013 high school volleyball season should be an interesting one for one big reason — all three Valencia County schools in Class 4A will have new head coaches. Add to that, the fact that the county's small school representative, Calvary Chapel Academy, is in its last season of probationary play under the New Mexico Activities Association, and you have the makings for some captivating action.