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Gattis boys start off 1-2

The Gattis seventh-grade boys basketball team fell in its season debut, 30-23 in overtime to Portales. Scoring for the Cubs were Lucas Carpenter with 12 points, Nazayah Currie with eight and Brayden Leal with four. The team... — Updated 4/17/2021


Fast start helps Elida notch win over Coyotes

DORA — The Elida Tigers controlled the first half Tuesday night and went on to a 49-32 victory over Dora in District 4-1A boys basketball. Senior Teagan Burton scored 13 points and junior Rylan Creighton chipped in 12 for Elida... — Updated 4/17/2021


Gateway pulls away from Dora

ROSWELL - Gateway Christian's girls pulled away after a close first half on Friday night, and the undefeated Lady Warriors posted a 60-32 victory over Dora in a District 4-1A... — Updated 4/17/2021


Angelo blows up Hounds' no-hit bid

SAN ANGELO, Texas — Despite trailing 1-0, Eastern New Mexico University junior right-hander Fernando Burgos, making just his second start of the season, carried a no-hitter into the bottom of the fifth in Friday night’s Lone... — Updated 4/17/2021


Talented Hobbs cruises to win over Lady Cats

HOBBS - Clovis High girls coach Jeff Reed was appreciative of the fact that Hobbs called off the dogs early on Friday night. Sophomore guard Wisdom Anthony drilled six 3-pointers -... — Updated 4/17/2021

 By Kevin Wilson    Sports 

Lady Rams off to 2-0 district start

PORTALES - Though Portales' Friday win over Artesia never felt in doubt, it wasn't hard to pinpoint exactly where the wheels fell off of the Bulldog bus. Starting post Kaylee... — Updated 4/17/2021


Early hole too much for Rams

ARTESIA — Portales High boys coach Rickie McBroom says it’s not for lack of effort that the Rams have been scuffling in the early going this season. In a District 4-4A loss to Roswell Goddard on Tuesday at the Ram Athletic... — Updated 4/17/2021


PHS boys set for first golf meet

PORTALES — Greg Rowley was scheduled to take over the Portales High golf program last year, but the coronavirus pandemic got in the way. Now, armed with what he thinks may be two of the top golfers in Class 4A, Rowley hopes to... — Updated 4/17/2021


CHS rolls in swimming opener

LOVINGTON — Clovis High’s swimmers earned 13 state provisional qualifying marks in their season-opening dual meet with Lovington on Wednesday. Clovis defeated Lovington 103-23 on the boys side and 124-20 in girls competition.... — Updated 4/17/2021

 By Dave Wagner    Sports 

Eagles nip Cats at buzzer

CLOVIS - For a game where both teams struggled to get out of the 40s, Friday's Clovis High-Hobbs District 4-5A boys matchup at Rock Staubus Gym was pretty action-packed. That... — Updated 4/17/2021


Local scoreboard - April 18

BASKETBALL Prep summaries Tuesday Boys District 4-5A Clovis 44, Carlsbad 33 Carlsbad (3-2, 0-1) — Damian Perez 11, D.J. Moore 7, Andrew Miller 5, Devin McWright 4, Kyle Ramirez 4, Garren Gossett 1, Tyler Gonzales 1. Totals 14... — Updated 4/17/2021


Local scoreboard - April 14

BASKETBALL Prep summaries Saturday Boys Clovis 53, Portales 44 Portales (1-2) — Dason Davis 3, Chanden Neece 7, Adrian Ontiveros 4, Josiah Tellez 8, Kenevan Bailey 8, Quadale Brown 7, Greydon Rigsby 7. Totals 17 7-10 44. Clovis... — Updated 4/13/2021


Cats keep cutting it close

CLOVIS - Clovis High boys basketball coach Jaden Isler says he isn't surprised his team is having trouble stretching leads in the early going this season. The Wildcats had a pair of... — Updated 4/13/2021


Abbreviated swim season starts today

CLOVIS — The Clovis High girls swimming team is the two-time defending District 3/4 champion and placed third both years in the state meet. So what can the Lady Wildcats do for an encore? Despite graduating just four seniors,... — Updated 4/13/2021


Ram girls keep rolling

PORTALES - Clovis High's girls appear to be making progress this season, but the Lady Wildcats aren't good enough to spot a team like Portales eight points right out of the gate. CH... — Updated 4/13/2021


Wildcats set to hold court

CLOVIS — Clovis High girls tennis coach Jeannette Albin is returning a relatively experienced squad as the Lady Wildcats prepare to host New Mexico Military in a season-opening dual at 3 p.m. on Thursday at the CHS courts. Seven... — Updated 4/13/2021


Texico rallies for win

TATUM — Trailing by five at halftime, the Texico Wolverines erupted for 23 points in the third quarter on Monday night en route to a 51-36 victory over Tatum. Sophomore Jahvon Askew scored 16 points and sophomore Max Villarreal... — Updated 4/13/2021


ENMU roundup: Baseball has tough day at LCU

LUBBOCK — Saturday turned out to be a long one for Eastern New Mexico University’s baseball team. The Greyhounds gave up five innings of at least five runs in a Lone Star Conference doubleheader as host Lubbock Christian... — Updated 4/13/2021

 By Kevin Wilson    Sports

Lady Rams subdue Texico

PORTALES - A phrase made famous by Wayne Gretzky, and humorously co-opted by fictional Dunder-Mifflin manager Michael Scott, goes, "You miss 100% of the shots you don't take." You... — Updated 4/10/2021


Cats absorb 1-point loss to Bulldogs

ARTESIA — After posting three relatively close wins to start the season, including two that went into overtime, Clovis High’s boys tasted defeat for the first time on Thursday. Artesia took the lead at the free throw line in th... — Updated 4/10/2021


Lady Cats cruise past Texico, Artesia

CLOVIS — Clovis High girls coach Jeff Reed knows the schedule will get tougher, but for now the Lady Wildcats are enjoying some early success. On Thursday night, 11 Lady Cats scored as Clovis opened a 12-2 lead at the quarter... — Updated 4/10/2021


Rams split first two games

TEXICO - After making a pretty good run at Class 5A Clovis on Tuesday night, Texico pushed Portales High a bit in their Thursday matchup. The Class 2A Wolverines cut a 19-point... — Updated 4/10/2021

 By Dave Wagner    Sports

Buffs deal CCS first setback

CLOVIS — Clovis Christian’s boys came into Friday’s District 6-1A matchup against top-ranked Melrose riding high and with high hopes, but the Buffaloes — particularly senior guard Trace Jackson — quickly shot them down. J... — Updated 4/10/2021


ENMU announces new head football coach

PORTALES — Eastern New Mexico University announced on Friday the hiring of Tye Hiatt as the school’s 17th head football coach. Hiatt replaces Kelley Lee, who resigned last month after nine seasons at ENMU, the last four as... — Updated 4/10/2021


Local scoreboard - April 11

BASKETBALL Prep summaries Boys Tuesday Clovis 50, Texico 35 Texico (1-1) — Cade Collins 3, Anders Nelson 2, Cade Figg 3, David Davalos 13, Max Villarreal 2, Jahvon Askew 12. Totals 13 5-12 35. Clovis (3-0) — Darrell Lewis 4,... — Updated 4/10/2021


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