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Articles from the November 18, 2016 edition

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Friday area prep basketball summaries — Nov. 18

Boys Maxwell 65, Grady 20 Grady (0-1) — Lucas Whitehead 4, Daniel Edwards 7, Chisum Rush 3, Jeremiah Mitchell 6. Totals 7 4-6 20. Maxwell (1-0) — Carl Gonzales 17, Aaron Salazar 6, Devan Cruz 2, Colten Riggs 24, Jeremy Archuleta 16. Totals 27...

 

Rams set to open title bid

STAFF WRITER [email protected] PORTALES — The Portales High football team’s wait is over, as it will take the field today after its bye week to face off against Silver City in the New Mexico...

 

Las Cruces topples Clovis in 6A quarterfinals

STAFF WRITER [email protected]tonline.com LAS CRUCES — Clovis High’s football team ended its season Friday night, falling in the Class 6A state playoff quarterfinals to Las Cruces High in a lopsided affair, 35-14. With their first several drives going... Full story

 

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Staff photo: Kevin Wilson Portales senior quarterback Junior Ramirez has thrown for 1,257 yards and 17 touchdowns.... Full story

 

Rams set to begin title bid

STAFF WRITER [email protected] PORTALES — The Portales High football team’s wait is over, as it will take the field today after its bye week to face off against Silver City in the New Mexico class 4A state quarterfinals. Playing host to the... Full story

 

Las Cruces topples Clovis in 6A quarterfinals

STAFF WRITER [email protected] LAS CRUCES — Clovis High’s football team ended its season Friday night, falling in the Class 6A state playoff quarterfinals to Las Cruces High in a lopsided affair, 35-14. With their first several drives going... Full story

 

Top-seeded Rambelles oust Hounds

STAFF REPORT SAN ANGELO, Texas — Angelo State shook off several challenges from Eastern New Mexico University and the top-seeded Rambelles advanced to today’s championship match in the Lone Star Conference volleyball tournament with a 25-23,...

 

Pages past — Nov. 19

On this date ... 1956: Briscoe West, scheduled to begin his term as Curry County sheriff on Jan. 1, had named his assistants. Nelson Worley, who lived at 1108 Lea St., was named chief deputy, or...

 

Top-seeded Rambelles oust Hounds

STAFF REPORT SAN ANGELO, Texas — Angelo State shook off several challenges from Eastern New Mexico University and the top-seeded Rambelles advanced to today’s championship match in the Lone Star Conference volleyball tournament with a 25-23,...

 

Wayland Baptist uses second-quarter burst to top Hounds

STAFF REPORT PLAINVIEW, Texas — Wayland Baptist used a 13-0 second-quarter run to take control and the Flying Queens went on to a 63-49 victory over Eastern New Mexico University in women’s basketball on Friday night. Wayland Baptist (2-0)...

 

Wayland Baptist uses second-quarter burst to top Hounds

STAFF REPORT PLAINVIEW, Texas — Wayland Baptist used a 13-0 second-quarter run to take control and the Flying Queens went on to a 63-49 victory over Eastern New Mexico University in women’s basketball on Friday night. Wayland Baptist (2-0)... Full story

 

Coronado tops Clovis girls

STAFF REPORT LUBBOCK — Things went OK for a quarter on Friday night before Clovis High’s girls found themselves playing from behind. The Lady Wildcats led most of the way against Lubbock Coronado through the opening eight minutes, but the Lady...

 

Coronado tops CHS girls

STAFF REPORT LUBBOCK — Things went OK for a quarter on Friday night before Clovis High’s girls found themselves playing from behind. The Lady Wildcats led most of the way against Lubbock Coronado through the opening eight minutes, but the Lady...

 

Cass named LSC's top offensive back

STAFF REPORT RICHARDSON, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University earned 11 selections, including three to the first team, on the All-Lone Star Conference football squad announced this week by the leag... Full story

 

Cass named LSC's top offensive back

STAFF REPORT RICHARDSON, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University earned 11 selections, including three to the first team, on the All-Lone Star Conference football squad announced this week by the...

 

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File photo: Kevin Wilson Eastern New Mexico junior Kamal Cass was one of three Greyhounds named to the All-Lone Star Conference first team, and was also named the LSC’s offensive back of the year. He is the fifth player in school history to... Full story

 

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File photo: Kevin Wilson Eastern New Mexico junior Kamal Cass was one of three Greyhounds named to the All-Lone Star Conference first team, and was also named the LSC’s offensive back of the year. He is the fifth player in school history to...

 

Altrusa set for Holiday Happening

STAFF WRITER [email protected] The Christmas spirit is underway in Portales. Altrusa International of Portales is hosting its 19th annual Holiday Happening 10:30 a.m. Dec. 3 at the Eastern New Mexico University Campus Union Ballroom. The...

 

Altrusa set for Holiday Happening

STAFF WRITER [email protected] The Christmas spirit is underway in Portales. Altrusa International of Portales is hosting its 19th annual Holiday Happening 10:30 a.m. Dec. 3 at the Eastern New Mexico University Campus Union Ballroom. The...

 

Book sale ends today

Staff Writer [email protected] Today marks the second and final day of the Friends of the Library Book Sale, which is slated from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., nestled inside the Ingram Room of the...

 

Book sale ends today

Staff Writer [email protected] Today marks the second and final day of the Friends of the Library Book Sale, which is slated from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., nestled inside the Ingram Room of the... Full story

 

Curry County manager gets vote of confidence

Staff Writer [email protected] Upon reconvening from executive session to discuss threatened and pending litigation in federal/district court, during Friday’s meeting the Curry County Commission extended a vote of confidence to County Manager... Full story

 

Curry County manager gets vote of confidence

Staff Writer [email protected] Upon reconvening from executive session to discuss threatened and pending litigation in federal/district court, during Friday’s meeting the Curry County Commission extended a vote of confidence to County Manager...

 

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