Valencia (12-11, 4-1) blasted through St. Pius 15-0 on Tuesday.
The Lady Jags’ next game will be on the road when they play Grants at 6 p.m., Thursday.
Los Lunas (15-7, 4-0) did not play over the last week. Their district rivalry game against Belen was postponed and not played until after the News-Bulletin deadline.
The Lady Eagles’ next game will be when they host St. Pius at 4 p.m., Thursday.
Belen (10-11, 2-2) breezed through Grants 22-4 last week. Their next game was scheduled against Los Lunas, but that game was postponed for Wednesday.
The Lady Eagles’ next game will be on the road as they face Valencia at 6 p.m., Friday.
Valencia participated in the Espanola Tri-Meet. The boys fell 9-0 to Cleveland and 8-1 to Espanola Valley. The girls fell 8-1 to Cleveland and 9-0 to Espanola Valley. The Jags’ next meet will be when they host Miyamura at 12 p.m., Friday.
Belen will host Grants at 9 a.m., Tuesday.
Los Lunas will take on Gallup at 3 p.m., Monday.
Track and Field
Belen and Los Lunas participated in the Ruidoso Invite.
Los Lunas boys placed third at the meet, while Belen placed 11th.
On the girls’ side, Belen placed sixth and Los Lunas placed eighth.
The Marilyn Sepulveda Meet of Champions, which hosts the best track and field athletes in the state, showcased a couple of Valencia County athletes.
Los Lunas junior Sandy Quintana placed fifth in the long jump.
Valencia senior Saydie Moss placed fourth in the discus throw. Moss also placed seventh in the javelin throw.
Up next for all three squads is the Academy Invite in Albuquerque on Friday.