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College soccer: Hounds hammer Crimson Storm

PORTALES — Bailey Bosley wasn’t sure she would do it. Her coach wasn’t sure she could do it. In a game where most doubt was eliminated, Bosley took out the nanometer of doubt that remained with...

 

Football roundup: Texico, Farwell notch wins

Another weekend of area football passed with another dose of mixed results. Elida played its first home game since 2010, Texico returned to the .500 mark and Dora suffered its first loss of the season. It all kicked off Thursday with Melrose...

 

Nonvarsity sports update - Sept. 16

Cubs top Portales The Gattis Cubs seventh-grade football team defeated Portales 21-0. Scoring for the Cubs were Jett Stone with a 50-yard touchdown run and Kash Roberts on scoring runs of 45 and 35 yards. Roberts also kicked all three conversions....

 

TexAnns sweep Hounds

PORTALES — Friday’s home opener for Greyhound volleyball was a confidence booster, as Eastern took Angelo State down to the wire in a loss. A key injury forced coach Sia Poyer and company to...

 

Top-ranked Commerce avoids upset at ENMU

PORTALES — Eastern New Mexico put itself in a prime position to rock the world of Division II football, with 14 minutes remaining and just one score away from upsetting the No. 1 team in the...

 

Hounds need huge upset to avoid 0-3 hole

PORTALES — A Greyhound football team that gained national recognition last year for nursing a lead and keeping the ball out of the other team’s hands finds itself at 0-2, and so far no lead to nur...

 

College soccer: East Central tops ENMU women

PORTALES — Morgan Medina scored late in the first half, and Chloe Hull made it stand up with a shutout as East Central scored a 2-0 nonconference win over Eastern New Mexico Thursday night at Greyhound Stadium. Jocelyn Caracheo scored an insurance...

 

Cross country: Rotich finishes second at Texas Tech

LUBBOCK — Senior Mercy Rotich crossed the finish line in second place, helping lift Eastern New Mexico’s women to a sixth-place finish in Friday’s Texas Tech Open. Meet host Texas Tech took...

 

Prep soccer: Clovis drops first in rout

ALBUQUERQUE — The Clovis High girls soccer team entered Friday with an 8-0 mark, including a 2-0 mark in games decided by eight goals or more. Make that 8-1 and 2-1. Tatyanah Wiley scored the first...

 

Greyhound rally falls short

PORTALES - With their backs against the wall, Eastern New Mexico volleyball was in a tough spot. A rough opening set and a second set that got away from the Hounds, made it appear as if ENMU was on...

 

Goddard pummels Portales, 28-0

ROSWELL — Friday’s night game at Goddard can be chalked up as a learning experience for Portales football. However, that learning experience meant getting schooled by the 5A Rockets, in a 28-0...

 

Clovis falls to 2-2, loses at Lubbock Monterey

LUBBOCK — Say this for the Clovis High football team — the Wildcats never gave up Friday when down by a bunch against Monterey at Lubbock’s Lowrey Field. Unfortunately, the ’Cats were in...

 

Rams hope to ground Rockets

PORTALES — While it can certainly be said for any given opponent, being a disciplined football team is key. For Portales, tonight is certainly no exception. The Rams (2-1) travel to Roswell to take... Full story

 

Clovis seeks bounce back on gridiron

CLOVIS — The Monterey football team’s nickname — the Plainsmen — has the sound of a John Wayne or Clint Eastwood Western, maybe a Zane Grey novel. And tonight, Clovis High’s football team...

 

Greyhounds win Heartland opener, 3-1 over Falcons

ODESSA, Texas — Gabriel Peres and Aderi Arthur-Dede scored less than five minutes apart, and Eastern New Mexico made the most of a shooting advantage to top Texas Permian Basin 3-1 in the Heartland...

 

Clovis girls soccer moves to 8-0, routs Lovington

CLOVIS — Sometimes you can’t tell how a game is going to turn out based on the team’s records coming in. But sometimes, you kinda can. Thursday’s Lovington-Clovis girls soccer game at Yucca...

 

Regional football preview: Buffs look to survive injury bug

Last week proved to be a nice rebound week for some area teams. Elida and Farwell both avenged losses from the previous week, while Dora got a win on the field after winning its opener via forfeit....

 

Clovis girls rout Artesia

CLOVIS — Clovis’ girls soccer team stayed undefeated, taking a shutout into the closing minutes before going on to a 7-1 win over Artesia at Yucca Middle School. Danielle Griego, Nevaeh Coronado and Madison Lynch also scored twice for Clovis,...

 

'Cats move to 9-0

CLOVIS - For the Portales and Clovis boys soccer teams, there was something positive to take from Tuesday night's game at Leon Williams Stadium. For Clovis, it was the ultimate positive, the most...

 

Artesia sweeps Clovis volleyball

CLOVIS — Tuesday night saw Clovis drop another volleyball match to Artesia via sweep, but the Wildcats were much more competitive than in the season opener. The Bulldogs left Rock Staubus Gymnasium with a 25-20, 25-20, 25-19 victory. It was a...

 

Falcons deal Greyhounds first LSC loss

ODESSA, Texas — Eastern New Mexico suffered its first Lone Star Conference volleyball loss of the season on Tuesday. UT-Permian Basin took down the Greyhounds in four sets, 25-15, 16-25, 25-23, 25-16. The Falcons (6-4, 1-1) went on a 17-8 run to en...

 

Lady Rams cruise again

PORTALES - Rams girls soccer coach Ruben Tellez was able to put an exclamation point on his 46th birthday celebration on Tuesday, after his squad beat Ruidoso, 4-0. Portales scored late in the first...

 

ENMU women post first victory

ALAMOSA, Colo. — Eastern New Mexico University’s womens soccer team peppered Adams State with shots all Sunday, and got rewarded in the form of its first victory of the season. Victoria Nunez and Anahi Hernandez both netted their first...

 

More of the same

PORTALES - Eastern New Mexico's 2018 home football opener proved to be a mirror image of the previous week, as untimely penalties and a lack of execution cost the Greyhounds on Saturday night. The...

 

Clovis boys finish 1-2, team takes second

AMARILLO — Neither the Clovis boys nor girls cross country teams won Saturday’s meet at Amarillo’s Thompson Park. But it’s fair to say that each team did as well as expected. Clovis’ boys...

 

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