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ENMU men stay close to Miners

El PASO, Texas — The Eastern New Mexico University men’s basketball team dropped its third and final exhibition game against Division I competition this season on Friday night, falling to Texas-El Paso 71-57. The Greyhounds, who lost in earlier... Full story

 

ENMU teams add 18 prospects

PORTALES — The women’s soccer season has concluded, the volleyball season is nearly there and the baseball season still hasn’t started at Eastern New Mexico University. Still, it’s not too early to start thinking of next year, and 18... Full story

 

Dalton named top goalkeeper in LSC

BY THE STAFF OF THE NEWS PORTALES — Led by junior goalkeeper Ross Dalton, the Eastern New Mexico University men’s soccer team put five players on All-Lone Star Conference squads announced by the league on Thursday. ENMU finished the season... Full story

 

ENMU women off to hot start

PORTALES — Hope springs eternal in mid-autumn for every basketball team everywhere — pro, college or high school. For the Eastern New Mexico women’s team, there’s more than hope. The Greyhounds have legitimate reason for optimism. They were a...

 

Steers ousted by McCamey

LAMESA, Texas — The season came to an all-too-early end for the Farwell Steers on Friday night in the first round of the Texas Class 2A Division II playoffs. McCamey used an early safety and touchdown for a 10-point lead and the Badgers went on to...

 

Maldonado asks state win be overturned

CLOVIS — Toward the finish line they ran, promising an exciting end to the season’s biggest cross country race. Clovis’ Jerrick Maldonado and Piedra Vista’s Triston Charles were neck-and-neck in last weekend’s 5A championships. They...

 

UTPB sweeps Greyhounds

ODESSA, Texas — Texas-Permian Basin took control late in the second set and went on to a 25-20, 25-16, 25-14 Lone Star Conference volleyball sweep over Eastern New Mexico University on Thursday. The Greyhounds (4-21, 2-15 LSC) was slated to finish...

 

Texico, Melrose reach title matches

RIO RANCHO — Championship Saturday saw a flurry of activity at the New Mexico State volleyball tournament, but plenty of familiar faces in the final matches. Texico and Melrose both made their way back into their respective state title games ...

 

Cats crush Bears in quarterfinals

CLOVIS — Clovis High’s football team is moving on, yet won’t have to move an inch. In their first home state tournament game since 2016, the Wildcats pulled away from defending 6A champion La...

 

Portales pulls away late

PORTALES — Portales’ football team knows that even with a first-round bye it takes three steps to win a state 4A championship. And the Rams took Step 1 on Saturday afternoon at Greyhound Stadium....

 

Buffs back on top

MELROSE — Suffice it to say, Tristan Sena had a full night in his final football game at Melrose High School. To say he was a stat-stuffer may be a bit of an understatement. Sena scored six...

 

Texico pulls six-peat in 2A, Melrose upset in 1A

RIO RANCHO — The Texico Wolverines hadn’t lost a set at the Class 2A state tournament heading into Saturday’s championship against a Mescalero Apache team they’d already swept. The Melrose Buffaloes hadn’t lost a set in the Class 1A...

 

Texico rallies to make it six straight

RIO RANCHO – For Texico, call it six the hard way. The top-seeded Wolverines volleyball team captured its sixth consecutive state championship Saturday, but it had to get past an upset-minded,...

 

Logan repeats as 1A champion, spoils Melrose bid for 23-0

RIO RANCHO – Logan stunned top-seeded and previously unbeaten Melrose 25-16, 25-20, 25-20 in the Class 1A volleyball championship Saturday after the Lady Buffaloes mostly dominated the Lady Longhorn...

 

Clovis girls swimmers fourth in tight Lubbock field

LUBBOCK — Clovis’ swim team is about progressing, about driving forward through the season, improving times and preparing for district and state competition. The Wildcats moved in that direction this past weekend in the Lubbock Fall...

 

Greyhounds hope to finish strong

PORTALES — Call it one for the road. It is, after all, the last one this year for Eastern New Mexico’s football team. And it is on the road — way out on it. ENMU (6-4) will conclude its 2019 slate on Saturday afternoon (1 p.m. Pacific Standard...

 

Greyhounds upset No. 21 Angelo State in overtime

PORTALES — Eastern New Mexico’s football team saved its best for last. Last home game, that is. Next-to-last game overall. The Greyhounds, in their final appearance at Greyhound Stadium this...

 

ENMU women seeking 3-0 start

PORTALES — After a successful opening weekend in the LSC/RMAC Conference Challenge last weekend at Durango, Colo., the Eastern New Mexico University women’s basketball team gets back in action with a 5 p.m. tipoff today against NAIA member...

 

Rams expect battle from No. 10 Colts

PORTALES — Portales Rams senior lineman Philip Blidi is looking forward to a college football career. For now, though, he still has some unfinished business. The 6-foot-4, 258-pound tackle/defensive end is hoping to help his team advance in...

 

Buffs seek return to top

MELROSE — A run of four consecutive 8-man state championships came to an abrupt end for Melrose in last year’s semifinal round. The Buffaloes are looking to possibly start a new streak this...

 

Three Hounds pick up LSC honors

RICHARDSON, Texas — Two days after scoring a big upset in Lone Star Conference play, Eastern New Mexico University scored a three-for-three in the LSC’s weekly player awards. The Monday release from the league office designated ENMU’s Paul...

 

Melrose, Texico pick up top seeds

The Texico Lady Wolverines have set a high standard when it comes to Class 2A state volleyball tournament play. Meantime, the Melrose Lady Buffs are certainly trying to follow suit in Class 1A. Both...

 

Stay right here ...

CLOVIS — Welcome home, state playoff football. After a three-year wait, postseason action is finally returning to Leon Williams Stadium as Clovis hosts defending 6A champion La Cueva on Friday,...

 

ENMU women 13th in regional meet

CANYON, Texas — The Eastern New Mexico women's cross country finished its 2019 season with a 13th-place finish out of 29 teams Saturday at the 2019 South Central Regional meet hosted by West Texas A&M. The Hounds were paced by 2019 All-Lone Star...

 

Maldonado wins 5A boys meet

RIO RANCHO — Clovis High’s boys didn’t attain their goal of a team trophy, but the Wildcats did claim an individual champion in Saturday’s Class 5A state cross country competition. Junior Jerr...

 

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