Socorro High School's boys' and girls' soccer teams take to the field this Saturday for the opening round of the New Mexico National Guard State Soccer Championships.
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Two members of the New Mexico Tech men's rugby club, The Pygmies, have been selected to USA Rugby's National Collegiate Rugby Scholar Honor Roll.
The Socorro High School boys' and girls' cross country teams placed third and fifth, respectively, at last Saturday's Valencia Invitational.
The Alamo Navajo Cougars boys' cross country team just edged the neighboring Socorro High School Warriors boys' runners last Saturday at the East Mountain Nick Martin Memorial Invitational in Sandia Park.
While the Socorro Lady Warriors volleyball team is hitting the mid-season point, players and their coach Belinda Sandoval may still be getting acquainted.
The Alamo Lady Cougar volleyball team qualified for the third-place game at the Evangelical Christian School volleyball tournament in Albuquerque last weekend.
The Alamo Navajo Community School Cougar cross country team has ran and placed well in four meets so far this season.
Two words best describe the Socorro boys' soccer team's style of play – fast and furious.
There was a lot of shouting going on about "No. 7" during Socorro High School girls' soccer team's game against Pojoaque Valley Monday afternoon.
Socorro High School's cross country teams competed at the Southwest XC Challenge in Bayfield, Colorado last Saturday.
The Cougars easily won their first two games against Tsi'Yai'Gai and Shiprock Northwest, beating both opponents by more than 50 points.
The Socorro High School boys' cross country team ran well on its home turf, taking top honors at its only home meet of the year, the Socorro Stampede, last Friday at the New Mexico Tech Golf Course.
The Socorro High School football team wasted no time in trying to start the new season with a bang.
A total of 14 runners will take to the turf this season for the Alamo Navajo boys' and girls' cross country teams.
Socorro High School football fans can expect to see a different team this year.
The Alamo Navajo High School football team didn't win a game last season, but it put up points on the scoreboard.
The Magdalena High School volleyball team moves up to New Mexico Activities Association's Class AA this season, but the Lady Steers will face many of the same teams, according to Head Coach Bryan Baca.
The Socorro High School girls' soccer team started seven eighth-graders last season, and Head Coach Mitch Carrejo hopes that experience for those young players comes in handy this year.
Socorro boys' soccer Head Coach Dennis Walsh has watched many of his players take the field since they were just kids.