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Today's Sports

  • ‘Beasties’ rumble past East...

    Once upon a time, the East Mountain girls’ soccer team was responsible for ousting Robertson from the state tournament — another classic case of entrenched private school trumping public on the postseason pitch.

    But Wednesday’s match at RHS Field was far removed from that chapter in Beastie Girls history — in more ways than one.

    Robertson (6-2 overall) scored three times in the first 11 minutes and went on to an 8-0 romp.

  • West volleyball
  • Friday night huge for LV prep...

    Two of the top three Class 4A football teams in New Mexico will clash Friday night at Cardinal Stadium.

    Top-ranked Robertson and usual nemesis St. Michael’s, the No. 3 team according to the NMOTSC.com poll, kick off at 7 p.m.

    The Cardinals’ front line has been clicking, resulting in good production in the ground game. QB Dominic Lucero is averaging 115.7 rush yards a game, with Marcelo Cedillo and Joseph Paul Griego at 74.3 and 60.3, respectively.

  • Youth Soccer - Sept. 19

    The following are Las Vegas Youth Soccer League matches scheduled for this coming weekend.

  • Youth Football - Sept. 19

    The following are Las Vegas Young American Football League games scheduled this weekend.

    JUNIOR DIVISION
    Cowboys vs. 49ers, 9 a.m., Sunday, Cardinal Stadium
    Santa Fe Chiefs vs. Lions, 10:45 a.m., Sunday, Cardinal Stadium

    SENIOR DIVISION
    Rams vs. Santa Fe, noon, Sunday, Cardinal Stadium

  • Looking ahead - Sports - Sept....

    Friday
    Football
    • Robertson vs. St. Michael’s, 7 p.m., Cardinal Stadium
    • West Las Vegas vs. Capital (homecoming), 7 p.m., Herrera Complex
    Volleyball
    • NMHU vs. Colorado School of Mines, 5 p.m., Wilson Complex
    • Robertson at Tournament of Champions, TBA, Santa Fe

    Saturday
    Cross country
    • Robertson, Memorial Middle School at Bosque, 8 a.m., Albuquerque
    • West Las Vegas at Manzano, 8 a.m., Albuquerque
    Football

  • Highlands cross country sets the...

    Consistently the flag-bearer for competitiveness among fall sports programs at New Mexico Highlands University, the school’s cross country team is off to another promising start this fall.

    The men raced to an open win in the season-opening Northern Arizona University George Kyte Invitational in Flagstaff on Sept. 6, paced by Stephen Carbajal’s 23:52 finish, good for ninth overall and second among college men.

    Then the Cowboy harriers ran fifth in the Texas Tech Red Raider Invite on Sept. 12 in Lubbock, Texas. Carbajal was 16th individually.

  • Soccer, volleyball host matches

    NMHU women’s soccer will round out homecoming weekend with a home matinee Sunday against league rival Fort Lewis.

    Kickoff is noon at Perkins Stadium.

    The Cowgirls, coached by Justin Wagar, were 3-1 going into a midweek road game at Colorado State-Pueblo. Not counting a 4-0 loss at Angelo State on Sept. 7 in San Angelo, Texas, the team has outscored opponents a combined 10-0, with wins over Texas-Permian Basin, West Texas A&M and Eastern New Mexico.

  • Santa Rosa sweeps RHS

    Santa Rosa swept Robertson in a Monday night volleyball contest held in Santa Rosa.

    Game scores were 25-11, 25-19, 25-22, in favor of the Lady Lions.

    The Lady Cardinals slipped to 2-2 under first-year head coach Dominique Montoya. Santa Rosa is off to a strong start at 6-3 overall with a 2-0 record at home.

    Rachele Portillo paced Robertson with 17 kills and eight service aces. Setter Kimmeah Martinez notched 47 assists.

    Jaci Fulgenzi had seven digs, and Hannah Lopez two blocks to highlight the defensive effort.

  • Dons XC fourth at Jemez Valley

    Despite being shorthanded, the West Las Vegas boys’ cross country team had a spirited effort in finishing fourth in this past Saturday’s Jemez Valley Invitational.

    “Really, we should’ve been first or second, or at least second,” said WLV head coach Leroy “Caro” Armijo. “We were missing one, and that hurt us.”

    The Dons’ lead varsity runner, senior Moises Coca, earned an individual runner-up finish, crossing the line in 18 minutes and 49 seconds.

    Kevin Villanueva was 12th with a time of 20:01.