Lady Eagles game doesn’t fly Quemado The Quemado Eagles soared over Evangel Christian Academy (also the Eagles) when they met them for the first time in November, on Evangel’s home…[Read more]
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Socorro Warriors had spectators on the edge of their seats, or on their feet during a tight game on Jan. 23 when they scored a victory over the Ruidoso Warriors, winning 55 – 51 in overtime.
The Lady Steers played in a rough and tumble game against the Hot Springs Tigers on Tuesday evening in Truth or Consequences. The Lady Steers won the game, 51 – 28, with almost half of those points scored at the free throw line.
Indianaoplis, IN Margaret Stanley has been selected as National Coach of the Year for her leadership in coaching the Socorro High School girls golf team. Stanley is one of 21…[Read more]
Albuquerque The Warriors kicked off the Hope Christian Tournament with a close win, 56 – 54, against the Bloomfield Bobcats on Jan. 16 in Albuquerque, but followed up with losses…[Read more]
Magdalena What some predicted to be the best game of the season — a “friendly rivalry” among neighbors — turned out to be a bust for fans last Saturday, when…[Read more]
The 3A Socorro Warriors met the 1A Magdalena Steers to the sound of a roaring crowd on Tuesday night in Socorro. Magdalena took the game in the fourth quarter, with 68 – 77 the final score.
Magdalena's Lady Steers junior varsity team held the highlight of last Friday's games against the Tularosa Wildcats, with a one-point win of 28 – 27, sfter a shot at 11 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter.
Socorro's Lady Warriors hit a two-game winning streak to kick off the new year, with a win on Jan. 4 against Laguna Acoma Lady Hawks 52 – 48 in a nail-biter roundball game.
In the days leading up to the 2013 Gildan New Mexico Bowl on Dec. 21, billboards posted around Albuquerque begged a question the locals have been bombarded with for years: will it be red or green?
High School cross-country runner Emerald Goranson and third grader Emma Montoya competed in the National USA Track and Field Junior Olympics cross-country championship meet in San Antonio, Texas, in December. Both runners qualified for the national meet after competing in the USATF New Mexico state championships in Albuquerque on Nov. 16, and then racing in the regional championships in El Paso on Nov. 23. The regional championships included runners from New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado and Texas. Runners were required to run in the top 30 individual finishers for their age group to qualify for the national championship. Goranson finished 13th in the 13-14 age group, and Montoya finished 24th in the 8 and under age group.
â€¢ In March, the Magdalena Lady Steers were leaders in basketball for the 2012-2013 season in 1A District 2 and placed fifth in state for 1A, with a 21 – 6 record. The Magdalena Steers held second place in District 2 and placed in state in basketball for 1A, with a 25 – 1 record.
Socorro High School dance team Charisma Blues participated in their first dance competition on Dec. 14, at the Albuquerque Convention Center.
Spectators and the opposing Grady Broncos traveled through snow and ice on Dec. 21 to reach the Quemado High School hosted basketball games. The boys varsity team soared over the Broncos — literally and figuratively — with a final score of 84 – 49. The Junior varsity boys also won their game, 38 – 28. There was some overlap in players between JV and varsity for both teams.
The Socorro Warriors lost by one point with a buzzer beater by the Raton Tigers on Dec. 19 in the Pojoaque Invitational, with a final score of 53 – 54. They followed up with another tight loss, this time by three, in overtime, 64 – 67. The Warriors went on to beat Mesa Vista 68 – 48 in the final tournament round on Saturday.
The Quemado Lady Eagles showed marked improvement on Dec. 21 against the Grady Broncos, over their first game of the season against the Evangel Christian Academy in late November. The Ladies still demonstrate need for fundamental development, however, exhibited by their loss of 36 – 53.