Today's Sports

  • Friday night football: Dons...

    West Las Vegas' Balizan brothers hooked up for a pair of touchdowns, and Antonio Bustamante pushed his season total to 20 as the Dons beat Bernalillo 42-7 Friday for the Spartan homecoming game.

    Estevan Gonzales returned an interception for a score, and a 2-point conversion gave the Dons an early 8-0 lead.

    West sophomore quarterback John Balizan passed to senior wideout David Balizan for a 5-yard touchdown, and the Dons led 15-0 on Isaiah Deane's extra point.

  • Volleyball:Lady Cardinals...

    In a showdown between two of the best setters in Class 4A volleyball, Robertson’s Lauren Fulgenzi got the better of St. Mike’s Miquela Martinez on Thursday night at Mike Marr Gym.

    None the worse for wear after a recent foot injury, Fulgenzi appeared the more comfortable of the two, connecting with hitters across the front line and zipping in the occasional over-set to help the Lady Cardinals to a four-set victory.

  • Looking Ahead, Sunday, Oct. 15,...


    Soccerr: NMHU women vs. CSU-Pueblo, 1 p.m., Taos; Las Vegas Youth Soccer League games, 1:30 and 3 p.m., UWC fields, Montezuma.


    Football: West Las Vegas (B) vs. St. Michael’s, 4 p.m., Herrera Complex Soccer; Robertson boys (B) vs. Santa Fe Waldorf, 5 p.m., RHS Field.


    Golf: West Las Vegas Invite, 9 a.m., Gene Torres Golf Course; Soccer: West Las Vegas girls vs. Hope Christian, 4 p.m., Herrera Complex.

  • Soccer: It's Elk season

    Eight different players scored goals for Robertson on Thursday evening in an emphatic 9-0 girls’ soccer win over visiting Pojoaque Valley.

    Maricela Montoya led the way with two goals and one assist. Miranda Montoya and Gabriella Montoya each had a goal and two assists. Also scoring were Sierra Atencio, Krysta Cunico, Jasmine Jaramillo, Leann Salazar and Sydney Weathers. Jasmine Montoya added an assist.

  • Go Fish — Oct. 15, 2017

    Editor’s note: This fishing report, provided by Bill Dunn and the Department of Game and Fish, has been generated from the best information available from area officers and anglers.

    Catches of the week

    Eagle Nest Lake: Tommy Ledoux of Cimarron caught a 44-inch, 24-pound northern pike Oct. 6. He was fishing from the bank and using a big lure.

    Conchas Lake: Dylan Dana caught and released a 15-pound blue catfish Sep. 22. He was using a Wally Diver and trolling for walleyes.

  • Football: Ortiz, Redbirds rise...

    Arjay Ortiz said hello to the Santa Fe Indian School Braves with three first-half touchdown passes Thursday night.

    Antonio Padilla’s 70-yard touchdown run made a fitting goodbye.

    Another prolific rushing performance by No. 1- ranked Robertson led to a 60-7 blowout win at Santa Fe Indian’s field. Coach Leroy Gonzalez has his Cardinals at 7-0 overall and 3-0 in District 2-4A with three games left in the regular season.

  • Roundup: RHS soccer teams sweep...

    Reversing course after a troublesome start, the Robertson boys’ soccer team ended up with a convincing 3-1 win over Monte del Sol on Tuesday afternoon at RHS Field.

    With the Dragons dominating play at midfield early on, they spent much of the first 15 to 20 minutes on the RHS half of the pitch and pressured the Cardinal back line.

  • Looking Ahead, Friday, Oct. 13,...


    Football: West Las Vegas at Bernalillo, 7 p.m., Bernalillo.

    Volleyball: NMHU at Metro State, TBA, Denver; Mora (A,B) vs. Peñasco, 4 p.m., Montoya Gym; West Las Vegas Middle School and Valley Middle School at Mountain View tourney, TBA, Rio Rancho.


    Cross country: Robertson, West Las Vegas, Mora, Pecos at Rio Rancho Jamboree, 9 a.m., Rio Rancho H.S.

    Football: NMHU vs. Chadron State, noon, Herrera Complex.

  • Football previews: Good luck on...

    There’s plenty of football to be played, but the West Las Vegas Dons (4-2 overall, 2-0 district) can solidify their playoff chances with a road win Friday at Bernalillo.

    West is currently ranked seventh in both the MaxPreps ratings and NMOTSC.com coaches’ poll for Class 4A. Coming off a 48-6 home win over Santa Fe Indian, the team is hoping to keep the momentum of a three-game win streak going.

  • Bustamante scores four TDs in...

    It took a mere six offensive plays for West Las Vegas to build a 20-0 lead against visiting Santa Fe Indian on Friday night at the Herrera Complex.

    Coming off their bye week, the Dons (4-2 overall) looked rested and ready to take on the remainder of the district schedule. They coasted to a 48-6 win that went the distance probably only because West started inserting its backups before halftime.