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  • Highlands harrier races to All-...

    NMHU Sports Information

    Highlands men’s cross country freshman Raymond Tanui has been named the Subway Eat Fresh Student-Athlete of the Week.

    Subway manager Regina Denardo and NMHU announced the selection on Monday.
    Tanui finished 21st at the 2014 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Championships to earn all-conference honors. He helped the men’s cross country team finish seventh and will be counted on in the regional meet Nov. 22 in Denver.
    Tanui is a native of El Doret, Kenya.

  • Strong finish for runners

    Highlights of this past Saturday’s state high school cross country championships held in Rio Rancho:

    CLASS 1A-2A BOYS INDIVIDUALS
     1. Terrence Lee, Navajo Pine, 17:21
    17. Casimiro Fresquez, Mora, 18:40
    41. Warren Roybal, Mora, 20:06
    46. Santiago Laumbach, Mora, 21:01
    57. Eloy Roybal, Mora, 22:02
    59. Travis Romero, Mora, 22:11
    60. Andres Martinez, Mora, 22:13
    69. Brandon Dahilig, Mora, 24:04
    (Mora boys placed eighth as a team: Navajo Pine won the meet)

  • HU spikers drop finale

    NMHU Sports Information

    The Cowgirls took a 2-1 lead and had match point in set four, but the Mountaineers rallied and took the fifth set easily as the New Mexico Highlands volleyball team lost its season finale to Western State 21-25, 25-20, 23-25, 30-28, 15-4 Saturday night in Gunnison, Colo.

    Highlands finished 11-18 overall and 5-13 in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference.

    The host Mountaineers (2-16, 2-13) overcame the match point with a kill, an ace and a bad set by Highlands in game four, tying the match and sending it to the decisive fifth.

  • Beasties @ State
  • Marquez grapples to title for...

    By Matthew Lofton
    NMHU Sports Information

    The New Mexico Highlands wrestling team had two grapplers place when they competed at the Cowboy Open at the University of Wyoming this past Saturday in Laramie.

    In his first competition of the season, redshirt sophomore Cody Marquez swept through the amateur bracket at heavyweight to claim the title.

    It took all of 52 seconds for Marquez to pick up six points with a pin of Alexis Garcia of Great Falls.

  • Looking ahead - Sports - Nov. 12...

    Wednesday
    Wrestling
    • Memorial Middle School hosts MMS Quad (includes MMS, WLV, others), 3 p.m., MMS gym

    Thursday
    Basketball
    • Memorial Middle School girls at St. Michael’s, 4 p.m., Santa Fe
    Volleyball
    • Class 4A state tournament: West Las Vegas in pool play, 8 a.m., Santa Ana Star Center, Rio Rancho
    • Class 2A state tournament: Mora in pool play, 8 a.m., Rio Rancho High School, Rio Rancho

    Friday
    Basketball

  • RHS girls 4th, WLV boys 5th at...

    Moises Coca saved the best for last.

    The West Las Vegas senior posted the highest finish of his cross country career in Saturday’s state championship meet, crossing the line third in 16:22.

    Coca trailed only Alex Heffelfinger of East Mountain and Roy Madrid of Taos.

  • Birds go to 10-0

    Robertson ran roughshod over crosstown rival West Las Vegas, 41-0, in Saturday’s Vegas Bowl. But the victory was immediately overshadowed by the short-term loss of two key players, who’ll be forced to watch their team’s first playoff game from the sidelines.

    Dominic Lucero and J.R. Gonzalez were both ejected from the game after incurring multiple unsportsmanlike conduct penalties. As part of a New Mexico Activities Association rule, they also have to sit out Robertson’s next game — in this case, a second-round playoff on Nov. 22.

  • Orediggers derail HU soccer run

    NMHU Sports Information

    A first period goal proved to be the only difference in 200 minutes of soccer between NMHU and nationally ranked Colorado School of Mines this season.

    In the semifinals of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference women’s soccer tournament, Highlands (11-5-4) fell to No. 9 Mines (15-1-3) 1-0 Friday in Golden, Colo.

  • Tanui shines in RMAC meet

    Freshman Raymond Tanui earned all-conference honors to help the New Mexico Highlands men’s cross country team place seventh in Saturday’s Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference championships hosted by Western State in Gunnison, Colo.

    Tanui ran 21st individually on the 8-kilometer course with a time of 27:09. The Kenya native earned second team All-RMAC honors for his effort.

    Highlands amassed 207 team points, ranking the Cowboys in the middle of the pack of the 15-school race.

    The NMHU women were 14th of 15 teams.