Today's Sports

  • A Lady Don with a contagious...

    The West Las Vegas Lady Dons rushed the court in Albuquerque after they were being named the 1A/3A co-ed state cheer champions.

    During the group photo, seniors Krysten Cavazos and Christiana Garcia and sophomore Angelica Garcia put freshman Elizabeth Rodriguez into a prep to make sure she could be seen.

  • Looking Ahead: Sports, April 21-...

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    • Mora vs. Mesa Vista, 4 p.m., Mora Baseball Field


    • Robertson at Los Alamos Spring Invite, 9 a.m., Los Alamos Golf Course


    • Mora at St. Michaels, 3 p.m., 5 p.m.


    • West Las Vegas vs. Robertson, 4 p.m., Las Vegas


  • Highlands University: Snow named...

    By Clayton Jones, NMHU Sports Information

    New Mexico Highlands University announced Wednesday it lifted the interim tag from Craig Snow’s title as he’s now the NMHU’s full-time director of athletics.

    Snow has served as NMHU’s interim director of athletics since September of 2017 while also serving as the Cowboys’ men’s basketball coach — just finishing his fifth season and leading the team to a program-record 22 wins, the Cowboys’ first RMAC Tournament title and second NCAA Tournament appearance.

  • Valley receives athletic grant

    By Brandon Watson, California Casualty

    The basketball teams at Valley Elementary/Middle School will be able to purchase uniforms and jerseys thanks to a $1,000 Thomas R. Brown Athletics Grant from California Casualty. The coaches say the new uniforms will help build team unity and pride with both the girls and boys basketball teams.

  • Prep Tennis: Lady Cardinals take...

    In the Albuquerque Academy Invite, the Robertson Lady Cardinals claimed first while the Cardinals took fourth on Saturday.

    Lauren Fulgenzi and Marissa Sena won the No. 1 doubles spot against Sarah DeKay and Angelica Sabol of Piedra Vista 6–0 and 6–3.

    In No. 2 doubles, the Lady Cardinals Mickey Sena and Bailey Duran defeated Cova Mullins and Gracie Baker in two 6–1 sets. Robertson’s Stella Garcia and Angelica Vigil lost to Khyler Burns and Emily Dawson 6–1 and 6–0 at No. 3 doubles.

  • Prep Track and Field: Teams...

    The Robertson Lady Cardinals took eighth with 22 points while the Cardinal boys took 10th with nine points in the Moriarty Invite on April 12.

    Senior Nieves Pacheco earned five points for the Lady Cardinals in the 1600-meter run with her time of 6 minutes, 9.25 seconds. Eighth-grader Amor Montoya took 13th at 7:43.98.

    Eighth-grader Liana Fernandez finished eighth in the 3200 meter run while Pacheco took 11th at 14:11.99.

  • Prep Softball: Mora sweeps Pecos...

    The Mora Rangerettes (7–8) defeated the Pecos Lady Panthers (1–11,) 14–2 and 13–12 in a nondistrict softball doubleheader in Pecos on Monday.

    In game one, the Rangerettes scored one in the first, four in the fourth, six in the third and three in the fourth. The Lady Panthers’ only two runs came in the bottom of the fifth.

  • Prep Baseball: Dons extend win...

    After having weekend games postponed due to weather, the West Las Vegas Dons (11–4 overall, 6–1 district 3A–2) went to Raton on Monday to face the Raton Tigers (3–14, 2–7), winning 10–8 and 14–4.

  • Austen King helps Cardinals in...

    The Robertson Cardinals (11–6–1 overall, 5–1–1 3A–2) defeated the St. Michael’s Horsemen (9–8–1, 3–3–1) 9–3 in game one. Game two was called in the eighth inning with the score tied at three due to darkness, Monday in Santa Fe.

    Robertson and St. Michael’s scored two and one runs, respectively, in the second. In the fourth, the Cardinals added three runs and the Horsemen scored two in the fifth. In the sixth and seventh innings, Robertson crossed home plate once and three times, respectively.

  • Lady Cardinals honored by city

    The City of Las Vegas mayor and city councilors recognized the Robertson Lady Cardinals on Wednesda

    The Lady Cardinals became the first team from the city to win a state high school basketball title.

    They won the 3A State Basketball Championship, defeating Santa Fe Indian School 62–46 on March 15.