The Lady Steers backed off their game some on Oct. 31 against the To'hajiilee Warriors, still pulling off a 3 – 0 win, advancing their winning streak to six and an 18-2 record, 12-0 in their district. Non-starters and some junior varsity teammates were rotated in during the second and third game, causing a tighter game for the second set. This play time will be valuable experience for less experience players next year, when Magdalena loses six graduating seniors, four of whom starters.
The Lady Warriors came out pumped up for their volleyball match against the Hot Springs Tigers on Tuesday night – maybe a little too pumped up. They scraped out a 3-1 win over the Tigers, and will head to Silver City on Saturday for the district championship game.
The Lady Warriors nailed the win on Tuesday night, playing with a new passion against the Hot Springs Tigers in their last regular season home performance of the year. The Lady Warriors secured home advantage for their first district game next Thursday, also against the Tigers, with a 3-0 win, in three tightly played sets. Seniors Tamera Chavez, Jaedyn Gutierrez, Maria Alderete, Ashley Pyke and Natalie Paz had extra reason to play from the heart.
Truth or Consequences
Around the region and the state this year, high schools were engaged in raising funds for cancer patients through Dig Pink events.
The Magdalena Lady Steers' rank in the state moved up four points to 38 following their latest win over Jemez Valley last Saturday.
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The Lady Warriors socked it to the Hatch Valley Bears again Oct. 17, for back-to-back wins that also secured the district championship title for the ladies. In their best win yet, the Lady Warriors took the match 7-0 in Hatch Valley, their second biggest win of the season.
The Lady Eagles are continuing to progress in their skill building and teamwork, as demonstrated against the Magdalena Lady Steers on Oct. 19 in Magdalena.
The Cougars had several dropped balls and couldn't make their running game work against the Mountainair Mustangs on Oct. 19 at home. They were also plagued by several minor injuries throughout the game.
Even on a sluggish day, the Lady Warriors scored another soccer win in district play, leading the district with a 4-0 district record.
The Magdalena Steers brought their "A game" to homecoming on Friday night against the Cuba Rams.
The Socorro Warriors cross-country varsity team attended a prestigious and competitive cross-country meet in Mesa, Ariz., on Oct. 4, homecoming week for the Warriors.
The Sun Country Amateur Golf Association, a section of the PGA, held a Junior Tour Fall Golf Series tournament at New Mexico Tech Golf Course on Oct. 12.
The Socorro Warriors football team's offensive game picked up speed as they ran their plays and marched down the field last Friday during their homecoming game against the Estancia Bears. Still, the Warriors could not seem to close the deal on Friday night against the Estancia Bears, losing 8 – 54 for homecoming.
The Magdalena Steers went into their game against Jal with a 4-1 record. The Steers were holding their own against the 3-3 Panthers, until halftime. The score was 19 – 13 Jal Panthers starting the third quarter. The Steers seemed to lose steam on defense and offense, scoring no more points and increasing their turnovers, as the Panthers play was rough and a little dirty. The Steers had multiple attempts at touchdowns, but all were cut short by the Panther's defense and the ball was intercepted for a Jal touchdown once.
The Alamo Navajo Cougars pulled out a 3 – 0 win against the Reserve Mountaineers on October 4 in Alamo. The game was unruly with multiple errors and saves on both sides of the net. The Cougars strength seems to be their ability to recover from errors, and they aren't afraid to dig and agressively attack the ball. The Mountaineers are more, well, reserved.
"Close, but no cigar" seems to be a theme for the Socorro Warriors this fall season, as the Lady Warriors chalk up a loss on Tuesday night in a 0 – 3 loss against the Deming Lady Wildcats. All three Lady Warriors volleyball teams lost their matches against the Lady Cats on Tuesday evening – the C Team, junior varsity and varsity.