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 By Dave Wagner    Sports    January 10, 2021

Vega holds off Farwell

FARWELL - Vega's girls may not have quite closed out Friday's District 3-2A matchup in style. Nonetheless, Lady Longhorns coach Randy Henderson was glad to take the win. Vega scored the game's first...

 

ENMU adds two prospects

PORTALES — Eastern New Mexico added a pair of prospects for the 2022 season, according to a pair of releases from the university. Signings announced were high school pitcher Juan Milera and junior college infielder Juan Chaparro. Milera, a...

 

Farwell boys come through against Panhandle

PANHANDLE, Texas — Facing perhaps its toughest challenge during a lengthy winning streak on Monday, the Farwell boys basketball team came through down the stretch. Senior Jonathan Mora hit a pair of 3-pointers to start the final period, erasing a t...

 

ENMU hires sports information director

PORTALES — Eastern New Mexico University has brought on a new sports information director, according to a release from the athletic department. Nicolle Holcomb, who will start immediately, previously served as the assistant SID at Guifford College...

 
 By Dave Wagner    Sports    January 3, 2021

Two CHS soccer players sign with ENMU

CLOVIS — Clovis High seniors Madison Lynch and Danielle Griego have played soccer together for a while now, and they plan to continue doing just that. Both have signed national letters of intent to compete next fall at Eastern New Mexico...

 

Farwell boys extend winning streak to 13 games

SEAGRAVES — The Farwell boys basketball team extended its winning streak to 13 games on Thursday with a 60-26 victory over Seagraves. Senior Jonathan Mora scored 22 points and junior Leo Nunez added 14 for the Steers (14-1), whose only loss came in...

 

ENMU making the best of lack of play

PORTALES — Only a handful of Lone Star Conference football teams will take part in the upcoming spring season, set to begin in February. Eastern New Mexico University is not one of them, but fourth-year Greyhounds coach Kelley Lee said his squad...

 

Farwell boys extend winning streak

FARWELL — The Farwell boys basketball team extended its winning streak to 11 games on Tuesday afternoon with a 45-29 victory over Littlefield. The Steers (12-1) erased an 8-7 deficit early in the second quarter with 10 consecutive points. They...

 

Brownfield takes 65-46 win over Muleshoe boys

MULESHOE - The Muleshoe boys basketball team always seems to play hard. At times, the Mules are reasonably effective. But in basketball, if you don't make shots it becomes tough to give yourself a cha...

 

Wildcats sign D-I letters

CLOVIS - It's been a fall with plenty of unfortunate firsts, particularly for the Clovis High football team. There have been practices, but no first scrimmages, no first games, no first district...

 

New Home pulls away to victory

FARWELL - Playing shorthanded didn't seem to be a big issue on Saturday for the New Home girls basketball team. Locked in a seesaw battle with Farwell, the Lady Leopards suddenly caught fire with six...

 

Mustangs dominate young Sudan team

BOVINA — Bovina boys coach Eric Fierro has some empathy for what Sudan is going through this season. The Mustangs took full advantage of Sudan’s youth and inexperience on Friday to register a 69-40 victory, and head into a three-week holiday brea...

 

Bovina girls take second win over Friona

FRIONA — Relatively speaking, Bovina’s girls played a near-flawless game on Tuesday. Senior Ireydi Vela scored 20 of her 22 points in the first half, all nine Bovina players scored and the Fillies dominated defensively as well in a 61-23 rout of...

 

Clovis roper takes national title

ARLINGTON, Texas - Shad Mayfield, in a season compacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, won big early and gave himself quite a cushion in the tie-down money lead entering his second Wrangler National...

 

Coaches: No cons to Feb. 1 start date

There is no downside to restarting New Mexico high school sports on Feb. 1, according to local high school athletic directors. That’s the latest date given to high school officials by the New Mexico Activities Association. But as with previously...

 

Farwell boys take seventh straight win overall

FARWELL — Farwell’s boys rely on multiple players to be able to shoot 3-pointers and try to break down defenses. On Saturday, that strategy paid off handsomely for the Steers. Senior Jonathan Mora and junior Grayson Waldrop each converted three...

 

Littlefield rallies against Muleshoe

MULESHOE - It's been a rough start to the season for the Littlefield girls basketball team. Fourth-year coach Teddy Duncan said her squad has had seven games erased from their schedule, mostly due to...

 

Mayfield keeps tenuous lead

ARLINGTON, Texas - Entering the final night of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, Clovis native Shad Mayfield held onto a tenuous earnings lead for the world tie-down roping title. Mayfield, with...

 

Mayfield wins Wrangler NFR tie-down title

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Shad Mayfield, in a season compacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, won big early and gave himself quite a cushion in the tie-down money lead entering his second Wrangler National...

 
 By Dave Wagner    Sports    December 9, 2020

ENMU basketball coaches looking to 2021-22

PORTALES — It’s going to be a long time between games for Eastern New Mexico University’s basketball programs — about 20 months — but the Greyhounds are trying to make the best of it. For men’s coach Brent Owen, it’s a...

 

Mayfield finishes out of the money

ARLINGTON, Texas - Halfway through the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, the runs have been tough ones for Clovis native Shad Mayfield. Mayfield, after finishing second in the opening round Thursday nig...

 

Lady Blue complete weekend sweep

HALE CENTER — Farwell’s girls completed a weekend sweep on Saturday, cruising to 79-16 victory over Hale Center. All 13 Lady Blue players reached the scoring column. Sophomore Charlie May Trimble posted a team-high 14 points for Farwell (6-3), wh...

 

ENMU's 2020-21 sports schedule shrinks

PORTALES — Eastern New Mexico University’s 2020-21 sports schedule got a lot smaller on Monday. The school announced that it would be unable to meet guidelines for intercollegiate sports set by the state, and as a result the school will not...

 
 By Dave Wagner    Sports    December 6, 2020

NMAA approves new sports calendar

There’s almost no one in the United States — or the world, for that matter — who hasn’t had to make significant adjustments due to the coronavirus pandemic. That certainly includes the New Mexico Activities Association, which for the third ti...

 
 By Dave Wagner    Sports    December 6, 2020

Muleshoe squads dominate

MULESHOE — You could say that both games on Friday night between Muleshoe and Amarillo Highland Park were a little rough around the edges. Not that it really mattered much, especially after the early going. The Lady Mules held Highland Park...

 

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