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 By Kevin Wilson    Sports    January 20, 2019 

Former Ram signs on with Buffaloes

PORTALES — In his last game at Greyhound Stadium, Jeremie Karngbaye left a winner in front of a raucous home crowd, anchoring a stout defense that helped the host Portales Rams win the Class 4A football championship. If Karngbaye wins his next...

 

Indoor track begins

LUBBOCK — Eastern New Mexico junior Ivar Moinat got a hot start to what is a short indoor track and field season, breaking two school records and helping break a third at the Red Raider Invitational at Texas Tech University. Moinat finished second...

 
 By Peter Stein    Sports    January 20, 2019 

Biggest one yet

PORTALES - The Eastern New Mexico men's basketball team may remember Jan. 17, 2019 for the remainder of this season. Maybe longer. It was the night an injury-riddled 2018-19 team seemed to find...

 
 By Peter Stein    Sports    January 20, 2019 

Gaining steam

PORTALES - Teams having special seasons, teams looking like championship contenders usually have at least one game of the gut-check, character-building variety throughout the course of a season. Check...

 
 By Peter Stein    Sports    January 20, 2019 

Ram teams suffer tough defeats to Trinity Christian

PORTALES — Both Portales High basketball teams looked to use Tuesday’s cross-state games with Lubbock’s Trinity Christian as educational experiences. And both did learn, though it might not have seemed so from a glance at the Ram Athletic...

 
 By Peter Stein    Sports    January 20, 2019 

Hawks stop Clovis girls again

CLOVIS - You again? That was the theme of Friday's Volcano Vista-Clovis girls basketball game at Rock Staubus Gymnasium. After all, it was a mere 20 days earlier that the teams had met at the Rock...

 

Sports: In brief

ENMU puts 144 on LSC honor roll Eastern New Mexico University finished tied for second with 144 athletes honored on the Lone Star Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll. In all, the LSC announced 1,237 student-athletes for the fall 2018 semester....

 

What's happening?

The Eastern New Mexico men's soccer team will host a Winter ID Camp 10 a.m. Jan. 27 at Greyhound Stadium and the soccer practice fields. The camp is for players in grades 9-12 to work with the ENMU coaching staff and showcase their talents in a...

 

LSC Women's basketball players of the week

OFFENSIVE Tyesha Taylor, West Texas A&M University, SR, Criminal Justice, Center, Temple, Texas, Temple HS Taylor continued her strong senior campaign this past weekend as the Temple, Texas native averaged 22.0 points per contest as the No. 2 Lady...

 

LSC Men's basketball players of the week

OFFENSIVE Tyree Robinson, Texas A&M University-Commerce, SR, General Studies, Forward, Fall River, Mass., Durfee HS Robinson was the catalyst in the No. 24 Lions' 76-64 win over No. 23 Tarleton to remain undefeated and in first place in the LSC. He...

 

Wildcats survive foul trouble, top Santa Fe

CLOVIS — In most of its games this season, Clovis’ boys basketball team has had more opponents than just the one it was facing on a given night. The Wildcats have also battled injury after injury. Saturday night against Santa Fe, they battled...

 

ENMU basketball capsules - Jan. 16

Women Thursday Tarleton State (10-4, 3-3 LSC) at Eastern New Mexico (10-4, 5-1 LSC) 5:30 p.m., Greyhound Arena Last time out: Tarleton State had a fairly easy time of it last Thursday when hosting...

 

Three Hounds named to Hansen regional team

PORTALES — Eastern New Mexico junior Paul Terry, who led the Greyhounds in rushing last season, received first-team honors on the Don Hansen All-Super Region Four Team on Tuesday. Terry was joined by offensive guard Mister Birdo and kicker Tyler...

 

ENMU women drop to eighth in regional poll

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Following a split in their Lone Star Conference games last week, Eastern New Mexico University’s women dropped one slot to eighth in the D2SIDA South Central Regional poll, released Monday by the College Sports...

 

Rams go 3-0 in Shootout, top Lubbock Christian

PORTALES - Lubbock Christian had plenty of star power in Saturday night's finale of the Portales Shootout. The host Rams had plenty of balance. The latter won out, as the Rams pulled away in the...

 

Carlsbad survives Potales girls

PORTALES — Carsyn Boswell had 23 points, and the Carlsbad Cavegirls controlled the fourth quarter in a 45-33 win Saturday night to close out a 3-0 run in the Portales Shootout. Kaliyah Montoya...

 
 By Peter Stein    Sports    January 16, 2019

History repeats itself

PORTALES — Any team that wins three consecutive tournament championships expects to win a fourth straight. But expecting doesn’t guarantee it. The only guarantee comes from what the scoreboard say...

 
 By Peter Stein    Sports    January 16, 2019

Texico triumphs again

PORTALES — The Texico boys basketball team entered Saturday night’s EPAC Tournament championship game at Greyhound Arena knowing history was within reach. Early in the second quarter, though,...

 

Wednesday EPAC roundup

MELROSE - Hailey Martin had 21 points, including a pair of key layups in a 10-0 fourth-quarter run as fourth-seeded Melrose just held off former district rival Elida 44-42. Fifth-seeded Elida, down...

 
 By Peter Stein    Sports    January 13, 2019

Thursday EPAC roundup

MELROSE - Dora's boys basketball team was not without its chances to climb back into Thursday night's EPAC Tournament quarterfinal at Melrose High School. Those chances, though, lessened with each off...

 

EPAC non-semifinal Friday rounup

PORTALES — Morgan Berumen had 20 points to lead three Eagles in double figures, as Vaughn escaped the Eastern Plains Athletic Conference tournament with a 58-56 victory Friday at Greyhound Arena. Matthew Nelson added 14 and Lawrence Salazar 10 on... Full story

 

Portales' White honored for scouting prowess

Logan White was torn. The 1980 Portales High graduate was watching last October’s World Series like a father watching his children compete against each other in a Little League game. White is currently the San Diego Padres’ Senior Advisor and Dir...

 

Rams take first two at Shootout

PORTALES - When Portales coach Rickie McBroom was asked about a stretch where his Ram basketball team would play six games in nine nights, he naturally had concerns. Fatigue was never really one of...

 

Elkettes stun Ram girls on late shot

BY THE STAFF OF THE NEWS PORTALES — It’s not much solace at the time, but it’s always good to know when something builds character. Take the Portales girls basketball team, and its early rough...

 
 By Peter Stein    Sports    January 13, 2019

EPAC: Texico teams reach finals

PORTALES — Texico’s boys basketball team always has eyes on an EPAC championship. The Wolverines win it so regularly, it’s almost like a rite of January. The Melrose boys approach it a little... Full story

 

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