LOS LUNAS – The Farmington Scorpions are becoming Freddy Krueger to the Los Lunas – a recurring nightmare. The Scorpions stunned the host Tigers by converting a two-point conversion after…[Read more]
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TOMé – Host Valencia was very resilient in their season opener against Santa Fe Tuesday night, but the Demonettes were just a little bit more resilient. The Santa Fe team…[Read more]
Opening weekend was a mixed bag for area soccer squads as they got the 2015 season underway. Boys Both Belen and Valencia managed to get wins over Socorro in their…[Read more]
Colinn Justiss knows a little about winning high school championships. The first-year head coach for Valencia High School built his last two schools, Capitan and Clayton, into state title winners….[Read more]
After three seasons at the top of their classification, the Los Lunas Tigers simply survived in 2014. Now coach Terrell Trantham says they’re ready to thrive. “It felt really good…[Read more]
Head football coach John Lerma doesn’t mince words when asked about his 2015 Belen football team. “We’re going to be a young team, no doubt about it,” Lerma says of…[Read more]
The 2014-15 season ended with a tough couple of days in Roswell for local prep golfers, but showed the returning trio to have a lot of potential going into next season.
ALBUQUERQUE -At times in the past two seasons, Valencia’s Josh Burbank made the University of enw Mexico Track Complex seem like his home. The Jaguar made that official recently, signing…[Read more]
All three Valencia County girls basketball squads won in Friday night’s first round state games, advancing to the Class 5A State Tournament quarterfinals at The Pit in Albuquerque next Tuesday….[Read more]
Valencia senior Kristina Contratto signed her National Letter of Intent to play at the University of the Southwest in Hobbs, N.M. on Wednesday, Feb. 11 at Valencia High School. Contratto,…[Read more]
For one half, the Los Lunas basketball gave No. 1 seed Centennial a game, said LLHS coach Travis Julian ruefully. The second half was a completely different story.
Prep Softball Preview: Area softball squads enter 2015 season with different challenges but same goals
The 2014 season proved to be an interesting one for all three Valencia County softball squads as each strove to attain new goals and overcome different challenges. This season will likely be a continuation of those trends.
The 2015 prep baseball season started with snowy weather, forcing all three Valencia County teams to postpone their season openers over the weekend.
LOS LUNAS – The Los Lunas Schools have culled a field of a dozen or so hopefuls for the head football job at Valencia High School down to six, confirmed…[Read more]
LOS LUNAS – Back-to-back championships are great. Back-to-back-to-back championships are better. Ask the Los Lunas girls basketball team. The Tigers won their third consecutive district title to go along with…[Read more]
LOS LUNAS – It’s said defense wins championships. On Thursday night, the Los Lunas boys basketball team proved that defense can also get a team into the championship game. Using…[Read more]
RIO RANCHO – The Belen High School wrestling team held the attention of New Mexico wrestling fans as the Eagles held first place for much of the two-day NMAA Class…[Read more]
BELEN – The Belen boys and girls swept Chaparral in a rare hoops double-header Tuesday to advance to the semifinals of this week’s District 3-5A Tournament. The Eagle boys cruised…[Read more]
RIO RANCHO – Four Valencia wrestlers were among the 14 Class 5A grapplers who came away from Saturday’s final round with their hands held aloft and gold medals hanging around…[Read more]