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Today's Sports

  • Pacquiao advisers rebuff May 5...

    By Oliver Teves
    The Associated Press
    MANILA, Philippines  — Manny Pacquiao’s camp says there is no economic sense in setting up a bout with Floyd Mayweather on May 5 after the unbeaten American publicly challenged the Filipino champion via Twitter.

  • NMHU’s Latinovic honored by...

    By Gavino Archuleta
    NMHU Sports Information

  • Looking Ahead — Sports — Jan. 13...

    FRIDAY
    Basketball
    • NMHU women and men at Chadron State, 5 and 7 p.m., Chadron, Neb.
    • Robertson girls at Bernalillo (A,B,C), 4 p.m., Bernalillo
    • West Las Vegas boys, girls at Hope Christian tournaments, TBA, Albuquerque
    Wrestling
    • NMHU at Mile Hugh Duals, 3 p.m., Prescott, Ariz.
    • Robertson at Joe Vivian Classic, 8 a.m., Albuquerque

    SATURDAY
    Basketball
    • NMHU women and men at Nebraska-Kearney, 5 and 7 p.m., Kearney, Neb.

  • Jets in upheaval; Sanchez...

    By Dennis Waszak Jr.
    AP Sports Writer

  • As playoffs near, Green Bay...

    By Chris Jenkins
    AP Sports Writer

  • Robertson grapples to Pinto final

    Five individual Robertson wrestlers went undefeated — with two making all-tournament team — as the Cardinals placed second in the Pinto Duals this past weekend in Moriarty.

    As a team, RHS won four of five dual meets, losing only in the final, a 44-33 verdict against Albuquerque’s Atrisco Heritage. The Cardinals gave up a number of weight classes via forfeit, particularly in the final dual of the weekend.

  • Lady Cards silence visiting...

    Coach Rick Armijo says he likes seeing a balanced team effort from his Robertson Lady Cardinals.

    He got all of that and then some Monday evening as the Lady Cards dismantled Tucumcari 85-29 at Mike Marr Gym.

    Ten Robertson players scored and everyone who played contributed in the rout of the Class 2A Lady Rattlers.

  • West LV wrestlers 5th in St....

    Brandon Maddux got the breakout performance he’d been looking for over the weekend, advancing to the 120-pound championship match of the Al Salazar Memorial Invitational, St. Michael’s annual wrestling tournament at Perez-Shelley Gym in Santa Fe.

    Maddux, one of West Las Vegas’ team leaders, lost in the final but his second-place finish helped the Dons take fifth place in the team standings. It’s the second straight year West has wrangled a top-five finish in the event.

  • Mora unbeaten at 12-0

    A decisive win over McCurdy and routs of Dulce and Springer have pumped the Mora girls’ basketball record to 12-0 overall.

    Mora and coach Mark Cassidy were to play at Coronado on Wednesday and at Tucumcari on Friday.

    Andrea Romero and Aubrey Rubin led Mora with 10 apiece, Angel Valencia had eight and Chantel Rivera and Destiny Pacheco six each in beating McCurdy (7-6) 46 to 31. The Rangerettes got off to a fast start, leading 16-5 after one, 26-10 at half, and 37-14 through three.

  • Tide is No. 1

    The Associated Press

    NEW ORLEANS  — Alabama split the games and swept the titles.

    The Crimson Tide was voted No. 1 in the final Associated Press poll for the eighth time, tying Notre Dame for the most of any team in college football, after winning a rematch with LSU in the BCS championship on Monday.

    Alabama’s 21-0 victory easily offset the Tigers’ 9-6 win on Nov. 5 in Tuscaloosa, Ala., and gave it the top spot in the AP ranking to go along with the No. 1 ranking in the USA Today coaches’ poll.