The Warriors were a little short-handed when they faced Hot Springs, which resulted in coming up just shy of the "W" as they lost by one 66 – 67 against Hot Springs. Matthew Jojola would score the first goal from the line after he was fouled. Gibo Padilla and Sean Moore each drained three pointers to take the lead 7 – 4. Zeb Esquivel would tap in another two. Dennis Woods increased the lead 15 – 7 Socorro.
The Lady Warriors faced the tough Hot Springs High School Lady Tigers and their fans Tuesday night in the Warrior Dome. The lead changed hands between Socorro and Hot Springs several times throughout the night, but it would be the Lady Warriors who became the hometown heroines as they beat Hot Springs 44-39.
The students and staff at Magdalena High School are hosting a village mayoral candidate public forum at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 19, at the school’s fine arts center.
Socorro County Commissioner Pauline Jaramillo is one of nine county commissioners in the state of New Mexico to have earned the New Mexico Certified County Commissioner designation from NM EDGE's County College. Additionally, Commissioner Jaramillo earned her New Mexico Certified Public Official designation at the same time.
Socorro High School's Science Olympiad team made the trek down to Silver City where they competed, and placed first overall, against more than a dozen other schools in the southwest regional tournament on Jan. 25. Sarracino Middle School's team was not far behind, nabbing sixth place.
The New Mexico Tech Pygmy Rugby Club kicked off their spring 2014 season at home Saturday with a scrimmage against men's club side New Mexico Brujos.