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North-South teams chosen

Winning championships, even just having a chance to compete for them, is the ultimate reward for a team’s season and offseason of hard work. So are the all-star games that come during that offseason. Announced recently, local programs big and...

 

Portales girls get win at Trinity Christian

LUBBOCK — They never trailed all night, but things nonetheless came down to the wire on Tuesday for Portales High’s girls. PHS built a 12-point lead in the third quarter, but needed two free throws each from sophomores Teagan Faust and Kylyie Pad...

 

Nonvarsity update - Jan. 19

Yucca seventh-grade boys split pair on road Yucca’s seventh-grade boys basketball team, thanks to a big third quarter, defeated Marshall 40-27 Monday night on the road. Johnny Saiz led a balanced effort with nine points, while Brayden Eldridge...

 

ENMU puts 143 on LSC honor roll

PORTALES — Eastern New Mexico University placed 143 athletes on the Lone Star Conference’s Commissioners Honor Roll for the fall semester, according to a release from the school. The list is announced by the LSC at the conclusion of each...

 

Tuesday prep roundup: Farwell girls romp

FARWELL — The Farwell Lady Blue put four players in double figures and posted a season scoring high on Tuesday in rolling past Bovina 86-55 in a District 3-2A girls matchup. Farwell (18-7, 2-0 district) built a 27-14 lead at the quarter and...

 

Prep roundup: Sudan no match for Lady Blue

BY THE STAFF OF THE NEWS FARWELL — The Farwell Lady Blue held Sudan to 12 first-half points and went on to a 43-37 District 3-2A victory over the Hornettes on Friday night. Senior Karson Barnes led a balanced attack for Farwell (19-7, 3-0...

 

Volcano Vista tops Clovis girls

ALBUQUERQUE — After missing the previous two games, coach Jeff Reed was back on the sideline for Clovis High’s girls on Friday night, one week after undergoing an appendectomy. The long bus ride and Volcano Vista’s domination of the Lady...

 

Fort Sumner grabs sweep at Clovis Christian

CLOVIS - Clovis Christian's girls are more competitive this season than at any time in recent years. Still, though, it's a lot to ask for them to stay with the better teams in the area with two...

 

Lubbock Christian rallies to top ENMU men

PORTALES - In the end, the final score is all that matters. And so, when the Eastern New Mexico University men's basketball team fell just shy, 62-60, against Lubbock Christian on Thursday night at...

 

Hounds score Texas-sized upset

PORTALES — Once the Eastern New Mexico University women’s basketball team let Lubbock Christian back into Thursday night’s game, the Lady Chaps weren’t going away. That tends to happen against...

 

Greyhounds pull split in Odessa

ODESSA, Texas — Senior guard Devin Pullum capped off a 26-point outing by making two free throws with one second left on Saturday, sealing Eastern New Mexico University’s wild 100-97 Lone Star Conference men’s basketball victory over...

 

Clovis girls top Caprock on road

AMARILLO — It was anything but easy, but Clovis High girls assistant coach Candace Jordan managed to even her record for the weekend while filling in for the ailing Jeff Reed. The Lady Wildcats shot a season-best 74 percent from the foul line (28-o...

 

Portales drops Shootout finale against Carlsbad

PORTALES — In basketball, things never look too good when the shots aren’t falling. The young Portales Lady Rams are still trying to figure some things out. They were unable to take advantage of a dreadful night by Carlsbad at the free throw...

 

Lovington outlasts Portales in Shootout finale

PORTALES — Portales High boys basketball coach Rickie McBroom knows his team is close to where it would hope to be; just not close enough at this time. The Rams went down for the third consecutive...

 

Clovis girls swimmers take third at Albuquerque

ALBUQUERQUE — Clovis’ swim team stormed ahead in its season this past weekend, competing at the Albuquerque Invite, with solid results. Out of 26 teams, the Clovis girls were third, the boys ninth. And the girls showing came with head coach...

 

ENMU hosting D-II champion Chaps

PORTALES — The Eastern New Mexico women’s basketball program has faced some tall tasks this season. So far, none of them are quite as tall as a national champion. That will change Thursday, as the Greyhounds hope to score a huge upset in the...

 

Clovis tops Canyon

CLOVIS — Were you ready for some … basketball? In a rare Monday-nighter at Rock Staubus Gymnasium, the Clovis boys basketball team hosted a Texas visitor, this time from Canyon. And after a tight...

 

Logan rallies, tops Melrose in 2OT

PORTALES — It was a matter of perspective. For the Logan girls basketball team, Saturday night’s Eastern Plains Athletic Conference championship game at Greyhound Arena was a stirring comeback, a...

 

Stampede ends Melrose EPAC drought

PORTALES — Any night that ends with a big trophy, a plaque and medals is a pretty good night. Saturday night ended with all of the above hardware for the Melrose boys basketball team after a 66-37 r...

 

Steers take big win over Patton Springs

AFTON, Texas — The Farwell Steers rode a career-best 16 points from junior Jose Rodriguez to a 60-27 victory over Patton Springs on Friday. Farwell led 10-4 at the quarter and steadily pulled away. Junior Jonathan Mora added 14 points for Farwell...

 

Agee lifts Farwell girls past Sanford-Fritch

VEGA — Presley Agee scored 25 points on Tuesday night. Suffice it to say, she had plenty of help — much more than she actually needed. The junior guard led four players in double figures and outscored the opposition by herself as the Lady Blue do...

 

Kazakhstan next up for Crockett

Another season, another stamp on the passport for former Wildcat Jaye Crockett. The 6-foot-7 forward flew Tuesday out of Albuquerque to join BC Astana out of Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan. It is his 10th...

 

Clovis boys shaky late in win over Lovington

CLOVIS — If you had told Clovis boys basketball coach Jaden Isler before Tuesday night that his Wildcats would win their first home game of the new year 66-51 against a Lovington team with a plus-.500 record, he probably would’ve signed up for...

 

Ram Tuesday roundup: Boys fall to Texico, girls top Roswell

PPORTALES — In a game that was nip-and-tuck from start to finish, it came down to a late free throw. Junior guard Anders Nelson made 1-of-2 charity tosses in the closing seconds, and Portales High missed a shot at the buzzer as Texico claimed a 58-...

 

Elkettes prove too much for Portales girls

PORTALES — Pojoaque girls coach Seledon Martinez knew his team would face some stiff competition in the Portales Shootout. It’s nothing that won’t help the Elkettes down the line, though, and if they can win a game or two, all the better....

 

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