Valencia County will be well represented in both the Class 5A baseball and softball state tournaments, which begin this weekend at campus sites. The Valencia baseball team as well as…[Read more]
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ISLETA PUEBLO – On a perfect day at Isleta Golf Course, the Los Lunas boys and Valencia girls took advantage, winning the District 3-5A golf championships last week. The Tiger…[Read more]
All three county track and field squads were among the top Class 5A squads at the Richard Harper Memorial Track Meet at Albuquerque Academy Friday and Saturday, with Belen taking…[Read more]
The Belen girls tennis team finished the regular season Saturday with a 9-0 sweep of Santa Teresa at Gadsden High School in Anthony, N.M., to claim the District 3-5A championship, going 4-0 in league play.
All three boys and girls golf teams from Valencia County converged on Tierra del Sol Golf Course Thursday for the Abbie Paiz Invitational, hosted by Belen High School.
The District 3-5A title chase cleared up more over the weekend, as the Los Lunas softball team closed in on crosstown rivals Valencia.
The Valencia Jaguars took a big step to securing a second consecutive district championship Saturday, defeating visiting Centennial 2-0 at Jaguars Field behind a two-hitter from senior pitcher Landon Moya.
BELEN – Belen senior runner Aaron Valenzuela has made his mark at Belen as one of the top runners in the program over the last four years. Come the fall,…[Read more]
TOME – Valencia distance runner Carisma Lovato , the reigning Class 5A cross county state champion and the top runner for the Jaguar girls for the past four seasons, will…[Read more]
The Valencia and Belen girls track and field teams finished 1-2 at the 27th annual Ruidoso Invitational at Ruidoso High School Friday, while the Eagle boys finished second as the prep track season winds to a close.
The Los Lunas boys took second behind East Mountain, while host Valencia took fifth and Belen finished sixth at the Valencia Invitational at Isleta Golf Course Monday.
The Valencia softball team set up their Saturday showdown for the District 3-5A lead with No. 1 Centennial in style Tuesday, defeating cross-county rivals Belen 15-0 in four innings at Jaguar Field.
A week before their match up with Centennial, the Los Lunas baseball team was tied with the Hawks, crosstown rivals Valencia and Santa Teresa for first place in District 3-5A.
The Belen boys and Valencia girls each nabbed second-place finishes this past weekend, while a large group represented the county at a statewide track event at the University of New…[Read more]