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Both Los Lunas and Belen were winners Friday night, the final night of regular season play – but the Eagles took home the ultimate prize for the season. Needing to…[Read more]
BELEN – Twice this season, the Belen Eagles volleyball team had turned away their cross-county rivals, the Valencia Jaguars with a dominating performance in the deciding fifth game. Thursday night…[Read more]
ALBUQUERQUE – Things went as planned through 60 minutes of the No. 4 Los Lunas soccer team’s 80-minute match against No. 5 Santa Fe Capital Thursday morning at the APS…[Read more]
The Belen High boys and Valencia High girls both captured third place in the District 6-4A cross country meet while BHS sophomore Arena Lewis took first place, leading from start to finish on the grass course at Tierra del Sol Golf Course Friday afternoon.
In the News-Bulletin's Game of the Week, the Valencia Jaguars laid claim to first place in District 6-4A Friday night with a stunning 7-0 win over the No. 2 Belen Eagles at Belen High — the program's first win in Belen since it started playing varsity ball in 2009.
All three county girls soccer teams met with disappointment this weekend, crashing out in the first round of the Class 4A State Soccer Tournament. The losses leave only the Los Lunas boys squad alive in the post-season.
No. 3 Valencia opened the District 6-4A Tournament Tuesday by beating No. 6 Gallup Miyamura in three straight sets, but coach Connie Campos was not entirely happy with the win at home.
In the News-Bulletin Game of the Week, the Valencia Jaguars laid claim to first place in District 6-4A Friday night with a stunning 7-0 win over the No. 2 Belen…[Read more]
The Valencia volleyball team brought urgency early against cross-county rivals Los Lunas, but were unable to sustain it, falling to the Tigers 3-1 Thursday night. That loss coupled with a…[Read more]
While the Los Lunas volleyball team was busy clinching the District 6-4A title Tuesday night, their county rivals Belen and Valencia battled each other at Valencia High for the second-seed in next week's district tournament.
All three Valencia County football teams won their league games last weekend, setting up the end game in the chase for the District 6-4A title.
The Class 4A Soccer Tournaments start this weekend and representation is heavy on the girls side, with all three Valencia County prep teams participating. On the boys side, only Los Lunas made the post season, as the Tigers were rewarded with a No. 4 seed and a bye this weekend.
More than 236 competitors from 23 different schools competed in the eighth annual Capt. Tamara Long- Archuleta Memorial Open Karate Championships at the Belen High School gym on Saturday, Oct. 19.
Six schools will converge on Tierra del Sol Golf Course Friday afternoon for the District 6-4A Cross Country meet, hosted by Belen 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.
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]