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Portales holds off Santa Rosa

SANTA ROSA — From a look at the box score, Portales Saturday win at Santa Rosa looked a lot like its Friday win over Robertson — big third-quarter, following by surviving the opposition’s big fourth quarter. But, coach Rickie McBroom said,...

 
 By Kevin Wilson    Sports    January 9, 2019

Cass going indoors

PORTALES — After setting school rushing records at Clovis High and Eastern New Mexico University, Kamal Cass is taking his game indoors. The three-time All-Lone Star Conference first team selection and winner of five All-American honors as a...

 
 By Peter Stein    Sports    January 9, 2019

EPAC offers tune-up

TEXICO - When taking a long drive, it's always good to see certain mileposts, certain landmarks, signifying how far you've come no matter how far you still need to go. The EPAC tournament is a...

 

Clovis drops Gallup final

GALLUP — The Clovis Wildcats and Hobbs Eagles had to drive across the state to see each other for the first time in 2018-19. The Wildcats hope the second meetup during district time is a different story. The Eagles had plenty of scoring and plenty...

 
 By Kevin Wilson    Sports    January 9, 2019

CHS grounds Rockets

CLOVIS - The Clovis girls basketball team has largely suffered its 10 losses this season due to offensive lulls where they either can't find easy shots or don't hit them when available. The Wildcats...

 

ENMU voted seventh

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — After picking up a pair of Lone Star Conference wins over last week, Eastern New Mexico’s women’s basketball team jumped to seventh place in the D2SIDA South Central Regional Poll Monday. The poll, sponsored by the...

 

ENMU basketball capsules

Men’s Thursday Eastern New Mexico (6-6, 3-1 LSC) at Angelo State (9-3, 2-1 LSC) 6 p.m., San Angelo, Texas Last time out: San Angelo State visited Texas A&M-Kingsville on Saturday and took care of business, 75-65. The Greyhounds visited UT Permian...

 

ENMU women off to 4-0 LSC start

SILVER CITY — For the second straight season, the Eastern New Mexico women’s basketball team suffered a poor shooting night at Western New Mexico. This time around, the Greyhound defense played...

 

Clovis boys reach Gallup title game

GALLUP — There was no argument that the Clovis Wildcats were limping into the Gallup Tournament this week, with three key players out — all of them for at least a few weeks — with injury. Two...

 
 By Peter Stein    Sports    January 6, 2019

Cats' goals: Finish strong

CLOVIS — The first segment of basketball season is over, the part when teams size up their opponents, size up themselves, get into the flow of the season, play holiday tournaments. The third segment — district play, likely the most important on...

 

Hereford hands Clovis girls defeat

CLOVIS — Second verse — or in this case, ninth verse — same as the first. Clovis coach Jeff Reed saw the same offensive struggles that have hurt the Clovis Lady Wildcats all season long rear...

 
 By Kevin Wilson    Sports    January 6, 2019

Rams start stretch strong

PORTALES — However many games in however many days, there’s never a better way to start things off than with a win. The Portales Rams did just that Friday night, taking control in the third...

 

Greyhounds pull split in LSC contests

SILVER CITY — With a lot of Chukuka Emili, and a little bit of luck at the free throw line, the Eastern New Mexico Greyhounds escaped Western New Mexico Thursday night with an 80-78 win and the team’s first 3-0 Lone Star Conference start in 13...

 
 By Peter Stein    Sports    January 2, 2019

Year in review: Curry County had plenty of 2018 success stories

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of stories reviewing 2018 for eastern New Mexico. As John Lennon once sang, ‘Another year over and a new one just begun.’ 2018 flew like the high plains wind, with some Curry County sports teams sweeping...

 

Year in Review: ENMU saw program firsts (and a second)

Editor’s note: This is part of a series of stories reviewing 2018 for eastern New Mexico. PORTALES — Call 2018 a mixed bag for Eastern New Mexico sports. There were Eastern teams that had their st...

 

Lubbock Christian tops ENMU women, 64-48

LUBBOCK — Bobbi Chitsey led a balanced effort with 14 points, and Lubbock Christian wasted little time dispatching Eastern New Mexico’s women 64-48 to round out 2018 for both teams. Olivia...

 

Rams take fifth in Littlefield tournament

LITTLEFIELD — Three quarters down, and the Portales girls basketball team was cruising to a fifth-place finish in the Littlefield Wildcat Invitational. Challenged by their own youth and shorthanded...

 
 By Peter Stein    Sports    January 2, 2019

Hawks top Clovis girls in consolation game

CLOVIS — Once upon a time there was a Clovis girls basketball team called the Lady Wildcats. They battled for points and rebounds and were in every game they played. But try as they might, those...

 
 By Peter Stein    Sports    January 2, 2019

Wildcats finish second at tourney

CLOVIS — Clovis’ boys basketball team was hoping to lug a nice bounty into 2019. A seven-game winning streak and a holiday tournament title were the treasures Clovis wanted to haul into January. N...

 

Eagles topple ENMU men

EDMOND, Oklahoma — The Eastern New Mexico men’s basketball team was hoping to carry a five-game winning streak into 2019, but will instead go into the new year on a one-game losing skid. The Greyhounds lost at Oklahoma Christian 72-62 Saturday...

 

Three area players make USA Today state team

Three area prep football players were selected as the state’s best, regardless of classification, as part of the All-USA New Mexico Football Team, announced by USA Today High School Sports. Players were selected based on their athletic...

 

Portales teams battle at Littlefield

LITTLEFIELD — With district season still more than a month away, Portales’ basketball teams are looking for challenges early in the season to be prepared for it. They certainly found it about 90 miles to the east, with both Ram teams getting plen...

 

What's happening - Dec. 30

Registration is ongoing for the upcoming women’s volleyball league. Games will be Monday and Tuesday nights at roy Walker Gym, starting Jan. 7. Fees are $150 per team and $25 per player, and are due 5 p.m. Friday. The team entry fee can be dropped...

 

Cats split first two holiday tourney games

For Clovis girls basketball coach Jeff Reed, it was simple. He didn't have to think too hard and long to figure out what his team had learned over the first two nights of the Plateau Holiday...

 

Cats start tourney strong

CLOVIS — The only win streak Clovis’ boys basketball team really cares about is a four-game stretch to win a state tournament in March. Miles to go before then. But as of Friday night, the...

 

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