The Los Lunas Tigers tallied the first notable win of the young season this week as all three county boys soccer teams began play.
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TOMÉ – For the first two games against Santa Fe High on Tuesday night, the Valencia High volleyball team played well, winning both games. Then things changed, as the Demonettes…[Read more]
In 2012, Valencia County saw just one soccer squad make the Class 4A State Boys Soccer Tournament — Los Lunas High School.
Last season could be considered a good year for girls soccer in Valencia County as both Belen and Valencia High Schools managed to make the 12-team Class 4A State Tournament.
It's something anyone can do. As you watch Tammy Griego on the mat, grappling with a man nearly twice her size and literally ending up on top, you think maybe she's right.
The Valencia Jaguars officially kicked off the 2013 high school volleyball season for county teams on Tuesday at home against Santa Fe High.
The Belen Eagles 12-and-under club tennis team was not supposed to be in the USTA Junior Team Tennis Sectional Championship tournament this past weekend at the Jerry Cline Tennis Center in Albuquerque. But they made the most of their opportunity, said coach Regina Grega.
Head coach John Lerma will be the first to tell you, the Belen Eagles football teams has had five years of great success.
On paper, the Los Lunas high football team first-year head coach Duane Toliver inherited in 2013 is impressive: 15 returning starters, a pair of 1,000-yard rushers on offense and the framework of a defense that was among the stoutest in Class 4A last year and a big reason the Tigers went 12-1 and made the state championship game.
As the summer ends, the barren land near Valencia High School is being prepped for the building of a solar facility. Up the road, second-year coach Kevin Jolley and his staff are done prepping.
Valencia County riders Quentin Wimberley and Zaylon Zamora finished fifth and seventh at the Young Bull Riders international competition in Abilene, Texas, in early August
It was no surprise to coach Joseph E. Garcia when his Belen boys cross-country team took the podium to accept the third-place trophy at the Class 4A State Cross Country meet last November.
Valencia High School girls cross country team finished the 2012 season as the seventh-best team in the state. Jaguars coach Lynette Padilla thinks the team can improve that standing in 2013.
Our former sports editor here at the News-Bulletin, Jason Brooks, was fond of working the titles of classic rock songs into his columns.
Students in Los Lunas Schools who want to play tennis don't have an outlet to play the sport in the village, but that could soon change.
Five area athletes recently traveled all the way to Australia as part of the combined New Mexico/Texas team that participated in the Down Under International Games, finding success in a pair of races and track and field events along the way.
As a student at Solomon Luna High in Los Lunas, Ross Aragon said he often found himself watching other athletes rather than playing alongside them.
The South struggled defensively for the first quarter and a half against the North in the 70th annual Class 4A/5A All-Star Football Game on Wednesday, July 31. But the South would rise, thanks in part to a defensive effort keyed by three Los Lunas High School seniors, to win 34-20 at Milne Stadium in Albuquerque.
Belen's Ronnie "The Great" White will be part of one of five marquee mixed-martial arts bouts when the Jackson's MMA Series XI returns to Albuquerque's Tingley Coliseum at Expo New Mexico at 7 p.m Saturday night.
Belen Consolidated Schools moved fairly quickly after the move of Athletic Coordinator Rodney Wright from that position to principal at Belen High School, officially naming Valencia County resident Jason Baca as Wright's replacement on July 18.