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Today's Sports

  • Mora teams confound SF Prep

    Tuesday’s twin victories over Santa Fe Prep meant plenty for both Mora boys’ and girls’ basketball squads.

    For the Rangers and coach James Branch, beating the Blue Griffins gave them some serious momentum in the District 2-2A chase.

    For the Rangerettes and coach Mark Cassidy, the win was No. 21 in what has been another dream season.

  • Dons complete sweep of Raton

    Eleven West Las Vegas players got into the act scoring against overmatched Raton on Wednesday in a 79-47 road romp.

    Joe Ortiz led the way with 24 points, and Andres Gallegos had 10 for Ernie Rodriguez’s Dons, who completed a sweep of the regular-season series with the Tigers.

    After a road game in Taos on Friday, West (8-15, 3-3 DIstrict 2-3A) wraps up the regular season with a home game vs. Pojoaque Valley on Thursday, Feb. 21. Taos is sixth and Pojoaque seventh in the MaxPreps rankings of Class 3A.

  • NMHU wrestlers go winless at...

    Points, much less victories, were difficult to come by for the New Mexico Highlands wrestling team in its trip to Gunnison, Colo., on Tuesday night.

    The host Western State Colorado swept all 10 weight classes in the final dual meet of the season to take a 38-0 win.

    Four matches almost went the Cowboys’ way, and NMHU heavyweight Robert Rockhill took Kyle Graulus to overtime before losing via sudden victory, 2-1.

  • No. 19 Lobos rally past Fresno

    Kendall Williams’ buzzer-beating dunk capped a University of New Mexico rally from an 11-point halftime deficit as the No. 19 Lobos won 54-48 at Fresno State on Wednesday night.

    Williams finished with 13 points; Alex Kirk had 10 points, nine rebounds and six blocks for UNM (21-4, 8-2 Mountain West). The Bulldogs led 31-20 at halftime.

  • Looking Ahead - Sports - Feb. 15...

    Friday
    Baseball
    • LCC at Western Oklahoma, noon, Altus, Okla.
    • NMHU vs. Eastern New Mexico, 2 p.m., Brandt Park
    Basketball
    • NMHU women and men vs. Colorado Mesa, 6 and 8 p.m., Wilson Complex
    • Robertson boys (A,B) vs. Raton, 5:30 p.m., Mike Marr Gym
    • Wagon Mound boys at Maxwell, 6:30 p.m., Maxwell
    • West Las Vegas boys (A,B,C) at Taos, 4 p.m., Taos
    Softball
    • LCC in Midland Classic, TBA, Midland, Texas

    Saturday
    Baseball

  • Every day I’m Shovelin’
  • Youth soccer sign-up under way

    The Las Vegas Youth Soccer League is accepting registrations for the upcoming spring season by waiting list basis only.  

    Parents may sign up their youngsters online at www.lasvegasyouthsoccer.org. There is no cost to register, but a $50 fee will be collected as players are placed on teams.

    The LVYSL holds fall and spring seasons for players age 4-15, with divisions organized according to age groups. Spring play will begin in March.

  • Cowgirl distance runners...

    New Mexico Highlands’ women’s distance runners had a strong presence in the Don Kirby Open indoor meet held this past Saturday at the Albuquerque Convention Center.

    The Cowgirls made up half the field in the women’s 3,000-meter run, for example, and Ivana Aragon’s fourth place finish was just 21 seconds shy of winner Nancy Holguin of the host UNM Lobos.

    Up next for NMHU and head coach Bob DeVries is the Joe Davies Open on Saturday in Golden, Colo.

  • Luna softball wins three of four...

    By Jesse Gallegos
    Luna Community College

    The Luna Community College softball team travelled north to play Lamar (Colo.)Community College and while there, they traveled north in the standings.

    The Lady Rough Riders took three of four, winning 8-3, 7-6 and 5-3. They lost the last game of the series 7-5.

    “It was great to see how well this team played together,” said LCC Interim head coach Nathan Trujillo. “It was a great start to the season.”

  • Taos girls jockey past Robertson

    Forecasting with any degree of accuracy the District 2-3A races in either boys’ or girls’ basketball has proven to be a fool’s errand this season.

    Even within the course of a game, things have had a way of going topsy-turvy.

    Robertson’s girls may have had some positive momentum going into their visit to Taos on Monday night, coming off an important win over crosstown foe West Las Vegas.