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Today's Sports

  • Robertson stumps Pojoaque

    It wasn’t Robertson’s finest offensive exhibition, but the Cardinals scored a solid victory nonetheless in their district opener Tuesday against Pojoaque Valley.

    The Redbirds (9-4) won a pitchers’ duel by a 4-1 count amid windy conditions at dusty Whorton Field.

    “We didn’t hit the ball particularly well,” said RHS head coach Kenneth Sandoval.

    “The dust and wind affected us, but I won’t put it all on that.”

  • Benefit run honors late Pecos...

    Area residents are invited to take part in the fourth annual Amanda Lynne Byrne Memorial Run and Walk set for 8 a.m. Saturday, April 12, at Pecos High School.

    The event, which benefits a scholarship fund for Pecos High School seniors, is held in tribute to Byrne, a Rowe native killed in a January 2011 accident.

    A 10-kilometer run, a 5K run, a 5K walk and a quarter-mile kids’ run will all be open to competitors. Entry fee is $20 for the adult events.

    “This is a good way to honor Amanda,” said Pecos cross country coach Victor Ortiz.

  • LV fitness winners announced

    Area resident Debbie Martinez is not only in better shape in time for the summer, she’s also the grand champion of the City of Las Vegas’ recent 2014 Fitness Challenge.

    Martinez led all competitors in the Challenge, which measured weight loss from Feb. 2 through March 14, according to a news release from the Abe Montoya Recreation Center.

  • Final Four teams have history in...

    The Associated Press

    The invitation to this year’s Final Four seemed to have specific rules: No upstarts or Cinderellas. Big boys only.

    Yes, we’re well aware that Kentucky was a No. 8 seed and UConn was a 7. But c’mon. These are two power programs with storied histories, each with a championship under their belt within the past four seasons.

    Following a string of NCAA tournaments with mid-major party crashers, the Final Four is going back to the big time with Florida and Wisconsin joining the Wildcats and Huskies in North Texas.

  • Youth Soccer - April 4

    The following are this coming weekend’s scheduled Las Vegas Youth Soccer League matches:

    U6 DIVISION
    All U6 matches are played at 8:45 a.m. Saturdays at Commerce Street Park.
    Peru vs. Chile, Field 1
    Russia vs. Mexico, Field 2
    USA vs. Italy, Field 3
    Croatia vs. Greece, Field 4

    U8 DIVISION
    All U8 matches are played at 9:30 a.m. Saturdays at Commerce Street Park.
    Spain vs. Belgium, Field 1
    Switzerland vs. Portugal, Field 2
    Colombia vs. Germany, Field 3

  • Go Fish - April 4

    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. Conditions encountered after the report is compiled may differ, as stream, lake and weather conditions alter fish and angler activities.

    Fishing report, April 1:
    Charette Lakes: Trout fishing was rated as sporadic but there were a few good-sized trout caught by anglers using Power Bait and marshmallows.

  • Looking Ahead - Sports - April 4...

    Friday
    Baseball
    • LCC vs. New Mexico Junior College (DH), noon, Rodriguez Park
    • NMHU vs. Regis, 3 p.m., Brandt Park
    • West Las Vegas JV vs. Robertson (DH), 3 p.m., WLV field
    Softball
    • LCC at Odessa (DH), noon, Odessa, Texas
    • West Las Vegas vs. Ruidoso (DH), 3 p.m., WLV field
    • West Las Vegas JV at Rio Rancho tourney, Rio Rancho
    Track and field
    • NMHU women at Air Force, Colorado Springs
    • Robertson, West Las Vegas at Santa Fe Indian, 3 p.m., Santa Fe

  • Montoya pins down national title

    Robertson junior Rico Montoya became the first local grappler to win a national title in the National High School Coaches Association wrestling championships over the weekend in Virginia Beach, Va.

    Montoya, a four-time state champion in New Mexico, went 7-0 in the three-day tournament, one of the largest and most prestigious wrestling events in the country. He won the 126-pound championship in the Junior Division.

  • Solid work by locals in meet

    Results from Saturday’s West Las Vegas Track & Field Invitational held at the Herrera Complex:
     
    BOYS’ TEAM STANDINGS

    1. St. Michael’s, 93 points
    2. West Las Vegas, 66 points
    3. Clayton, 63 points
    3. Santa Rosa, 63 points
    5. Cimarron, 24 points
    6. Robertson, 20 points
    7. Santa Fe Prep, 19 points
    8. Española Valley, 18 points
    9. Tucumcari, 17 points
    10. Peñasco, 16 points
    11. Santa Fe Indian, 9 points
    12. Raton, 7 points

  • Cowgirls win seventh straight

    It’s official,
    New Mexico Highlands softball is on a winning streak.

    The Cowgirls (11-19 overall, 7-14 in league) swept Black Hills State on the road all the way north in Spearfish, S.D., over the weekend to extend their number of consecutive wins to seven.

    “We played great this weekend,” said head coach Karin Gadberry in a news release from NMHU. “Anytime you can get a sweep, especially on the road, is great.”