The Los Lunas boys and girls swim squads finished fourth in the their third meet of the year at the APS Mini Invitational hosted at the West Mesa Aquatic Center in Albuquerque, while the Valencia girls and boys finished in the bottom half of the seven-team meet.
Articles for the ‘Sports’ Category
The Los Lunas and Belen boys basketball teams both went undefeated on the week while Valencia gained some insight playing up north at the Española Tournament this past weekend.
The New Mexico Activities Association denied the appeals of 16 of 17 schools heard on Thursday, Dec. 5, leaving the Belen Consolidated Schools and Los Lunas Schools to consider their options going into the 2014-15 athletic season.
It was a good weekend for the Belen and Valencia wrestling squads at the Las Cruces Invitational, and an even better one for Los Lunas, which finished second at the Capital Invitational in Santa Fe.
It was tournament time for the Belen and Los Lunas girls basketball teams in Albuquerque and Santa Fe, while the Valencia continued to tear through its pre-district schedule, scoring their fifth win in six away games.
The Tom Torres Tiger Duals wrestling meet hosted a virtual who's-who of elite wrestling programs in the state this past Saturday.
When Ahren Griego last stepped foot in the Los Lunas High School gymnasium, he was an outgoing senior.
The Valencia girls basketball team went undefeated last weekend at the Capital Invitational in Santa Fe, improving to 3-1 on the season with three wins in the round-robin tournament.
The Centennial boys basketball team came to Los Lunas Friday and got a measure of revenge against the Tigers on the hard court as the Hawks beat LLHS 57-51 in the Tigers' season opener.
A pair of Valencia County football players were named finalists for the Class 3A/4A Player of the Year award, while all three county high school football coaches are up for Coach of the Year honors at the Albuquerque Football Coaches Association All-Metro Football award banquet this weekend.
The Valencia boys basketball team found out first hand why Albuquerque Valley are currently rated the top team in Class 5A on Tuesday night.
The 2012-13 wrestling season ended with the Los Lunas and Belen High School teams finishing second and third behind Class 4A titans, Farmington Piedra Vista.
The Los Lunas Tigers faced two relentless opponents Friday night in the state semifinal game at the Wool Bowl — the Goddard Rockets and time.
During the holiday season, a good host is expected to be generous.
In his 23 years of coaching, Lorenzo Carrillo said he has coached wrestling at every level there is — junior, middle school and high school.
Holly Holm the fighter has one concern right now: Win her fight Friday night against Angela Hayes.
The third time was not the charm for visiting Deming Friday night against host Belen in the Class 4A state quarterfinals.
On Wednesday, No. 4 Los Lunas found out that No. 5 Centennial were slated to become their district foes beginning with the 2014-15 season
While Valencia County has been busy becoming in high school football hotbed, the three Class 4A schools in the county have been quietly improving as part of what some call the toughest district in the state at the 4A level.
The Belen girls basketball team is 2-0 early in the season after defeating Albuquerque Academy and Socorro at home in their first two games of the season.