Winning cures all ills – just ask the Los Lunas High baseball team.
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The Los Lunas Boys and Girls Track and Field teams both took first place at the District 6-4A Track Meet last weekend at Los Lunas High School.
Belen High School double tennis duo Matthew Decker and Gilbert Devlin got off to a strong start but could not solve the service of Las Cruces Centennial High School duo Chris Palmer and Jackson Sosin, falling 6-4, 6-2 in the first round of the Class 4A State Doubles Tennis Tournament at the Jerry Cline Tennis Center in Albuquerque last Wednesday.
The Los Lunas High and Valencia High School teams had dramatically different outcomes in their opening-round games at home in the Class 4A State Softball Tournament last Saturday.
Experience ended up the key as Roswell Goddard swept the youthful Belen High School baseball team in two straight games for the Class 4A State Baseball Tournament's best 2-of-3 series last weekend.
The underdog Valencia High School baseball team couldn't find victory on the road in the Class 4A State Baseball Tournament. But they did find something to build off of for next season after losing their best 2-of-3 series 2-1 to host Santa Teresa last weekend.
Belen baseball coach Steve Contreras was pretty certain his Eagles were already locked into a berth in the Class 4A State Tournament that starts Friday.
Don't believe everything you see on the Internet.
A tough District 6-4A schedule has prepared both the Los Lunas High School and Valencia High School softball teams as they head into play in the Class 4A State Tournament this weekend.
The Valencia baseball team sure is turning the odometer on the old school bus.
The afternoon was a mix of sunshine and clouds, interspersed with a few raindrops, as the Belen High School boys tennis doubles team squeezed in one final practice Tuesday before heading to state tournament play.
Los Lunas head football coach Jeremy Newton, who led the Tigers to the Class 4A Football Championship game in December, confirmed Monday night he has stepped down to accept a position as head coach at a Sheyenne High School in West Fargo, N.D.
Playing true to form, the Los Lunas baseball team waited until the last possible moment to come up with a big rally Saturday against Miyamura.
The Belen baseball team had one comeback in them Tuesday. But the Eagles couldn't manage two.
Last weekend was busy for county track and field teams, as they traveled across the state for their penultimate meet before district competition begins.
The host Lady Tigers dropped a district contest to cross-town rival Valencia on Tuesday night.
After a 15-0 mercy rule win on Saturday at home against the Lady Pirates of Grants, the Lady Eagles lost their road game to Miyamura, 16-1, by the same rule.
One win is all that separates Los Lunas from a District 6-4A title after the Tigers beat up Gallup 10-1 on Tuesday behind Isaac Parra's dominating performance from the pitching slab.
Every softball game can be a teachable lesson, especially for a young team that is struggling.
The Valencia softball team continued its march to the state tournament on Tuesday evening with an 11-2 victory over visiting Belen.