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.
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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 Warriors had a strong start against the Silver City Colts in their last regular season game of the year last Friday night, for Senior Night. Matthew Jojola, No. 35, got the jump to Zeb Esquivel, No. 3; Esquivel took the ball up for a layup, putting two points on the scoreboard to kick off the game. Silver didn't score on their first possession, but took the ball away from the Warriors and made two on their second attempt. Socorro responded with the game's first three-pointer, pulling ahead 5 – 2.
Magdalena Steers closed the regular season with a 90 – 28 win over the Foothill Academy Falcons on Feb. 21, only to host them again for the Class 1A District 2 opening playoff game on Tuesday night for another win, 71 – 39.
The Lady Warriors game against the Hot Springs Tigers started off a bit slow, after the team's seniors were honored with a brief ceremony prior to the varsity game.
Reserve's Lady Mountaineers hosted Quemado's Lady Eagles on Feb. 15, securing a district win with a final score of 53 – 41. This win was worth celebrating for the Lady Mountaineers, after a four-point loss to the Carrizozo Grizzlies on Thursday evening.
Defense was the weapon of choice for both teams starting in Saturday's roundball game on Reserve's home court. The Mountaineers got the jump to start the game, but neither team scored on their first posession.
If you heard a loud boom on Saturday afternoon coming from west of Socorro, it was probably the sound of the Magdalena Steers blowout game against the Mountainair Mustangs on their home court. The Steers pulled off a record score of 107 points, while holding the Mustangs to a mere 30.
The Alamo Navajo Cougars lit up the home court Saturday afternoon against the Menaul Panthers, after watching the Lady Cougars devour the Lady Panthers 61 – 4.
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The Socorro Charisma Blues dance team held a two-day "training camp" for Socorro's young Warriors fans on Jan. 22 and 23, after which the participants were able to perform with the dance team during halftime of the Warriors game against Ruidoso.
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.
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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]