Today's News

  • RHS girls hold on, beat WLV

    Jamie’s got a gun.

    Whether banking perimeter shots off the window or slicing to the rim for layups, Jamie Allen shot with precision and led by example in Robertson’s 53-49 victory over West Las Vegas on Tuesday night at Gillie Lopez Gym.

    Allen scored 15 of her game-high 18 points in the first half, including nine in the opening quarter as the Lady Cardinals closed in on a District 2-3A regular season championship.

    The district tournaments for prep hoop teams across the state get under way early next week.

  • On to State

    St. Michael’s is the heavy favorite to win a second state wrestling championship in three years this coming weekend.

    A Valencia County News-Bulletin statewide wrestling coaches poll tabbed the Horsemen No. 1 in Class 1A-3A, and the Santa Fe school garnered 12 first-place votes.

    The only other first-place ballot went to Robertson, which was picked second just ahead of defending champ Silver. Cobre and West Las Vegas rounded out the top five in the poll. RHS lost to Silver 218.5 to 217 last year.

  • Lady Cards take district

    Robertson’s girls basketball team has wrapped up a regular-season district championship. Several other area teams look to do the same in the days ahead.

    Mora Rangers

    Mora’s boys (22-3 overall) defeated Monte del Sol 90-71 on Wednesday, improving to 6-1 in District 2-2A with one game — against Peñasco Saturday night at Montoya Gym — left to play. A win in that game would give the Rangers and head coach James Branch the regular-season district title.

  • RHS juniors camp next week

    The Robertson High School wrestling team and coaching staff will sponsor the Junior Cardinal Classic this coming week, Feb. 20- 25 on the Robertson campus.

    Children in kindergarten through fifth grade are eligible to participate.

    Camp cost is $25 ($15 for second child from same family) and includes a T-shirt and tournament entry with medal.

    Schedule is as follows.

    Monday: Registration from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at McFarland Hall. Wrestlers will not practice on this day but will be weighed for grouping so they should be present.

  • Pitchers star as Highlands teams begin seasons

    New Mexico Highlands University

    Pitchers for New Mexico Highlands University’s baseball and softball teams are in the spotlight as the Cowboys and Cowgirls opened their seasons in road tournaments this past weekend.

    Greg Fowler, a senior from Bakersfield, Calif., was named National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Regional Pitcher of the Week after his performance against Tarleton State University on Feb. 10.

  • Lobos stun No. 13 Aztecs

    By Bernie Wilson
    AP Sports Writer

    SAN DIEGO — The New Mexico Lobos came into No. 13 San Diego State’s loud, crazy arena and made a bold statement of their own.

    Kendall Williams scored 21 points and Drew Gordon had 17 points and 17 rebounds as the Lobos stunned the Aztecs 77-67 on Wednesday night to move into sole possession of first place in the Mountain West Conference.

    “We needed momentum and we needed a proving game, and this is a pretty good proving game for us,” New Mexico coach Steve Alford said.

  • NMHU teams to host ‘Pink Out’

    New Mexico Highlands University’s athletic department is doing its part to spread awareness about the fight against breast cancer. Friday night’s basketball doubleheader featuring the Cowboys and Cowgirls against Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference opponent Regis will carry the “Pink Out” theme. Fans are asked to join in by wearing pink to the games.

    Tipoff is 6 p.m. for the women and 8 for the men at the Wilson Complex. NMHU hosts Metro State on Saturday.

  • Looking Ahead - Sports - Feb. 17, 2012

    • NMHU at University of the Southwest and Eastern New Mexico, TBA, Hobbs
    • NMHU women and men vs. Regis, 6 and 8 p.m., Wilson Complex
    • West Las Vegas girls vs. Taos (A,B,C), 4 p.m., Gillie Lopez Gym
    • LCC at Midland tournament, TBA, Midland, Texas
    • NMHU vs. Eastern New Mexico (DH), Canyon, Texas
    • State tournaments, TBA, Santa Ana Star Center, Rio Rancho

  • Jail Log - Feb. 17, 2012

    The following individuals were booked into the San Miguel County Detention Center by area law enforcement between Feb. 7 and Feb. 13:

  • In Brief - New Mexico News - Feb. 17, 2012

    From The Associated Press

    Navajo president to sign bill
    FARMINGTON — Navajo President Ben Shelly is set to sign a new law aimed at protecting vulnerable adults from discrimination, abuse and neglect.

    The Farmington Daily Times reports that Shelly is scheduled to sign the Vulnerable Adult Protection Act on Thursday at the Navajo Nation Sports Center in Window Rock, Ariz.