The New Mexico Tech Rugby Club defied the odds – and 75 percent of recent history – to become 2014-2015 collegiate champions of the Rio Grande Rugby Union in Socorro on Saturday.
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The Socorro High School boys' golf team won the Fighting Colts Invitational held at the Silver City golf course on Monday by 26 shots over Centennial High School of Las Cruces.
Three years in a row, the Questa Wildcats have knocked the Magdalena Steers baseball team out of the state playoffs, according to Magdalena coach Manuel Martinez.
For the first time in several years, the Lady Warriors golfers had great weather for the Seery Invitational tournament on March 23 and 24. The girls won their eighth straight home tournament and earned all of their qualifying legs for state.
The Socorro Warrior golf team captured the Great 8 team title in Ruidoso with a team score of 318 in the beautiful spring conditions March 27 at The Links at Sierra Blanca golf course.
Socorro golfer Ricky Silva paced the Warriors to a first-place victory at the Seery Invitational Monday and Tuesday at the New Mexico Tech golf course.
The Socorro High School boys' golf team cruised to a 58-shot victory over the Alamogordo Tigers and five other teams at the Tiger Invitational at the Desert Lakes Golf Course in Alamogordo on Monday, March 16.
The air seemed to vacate the University of New Mexico's WisePies Arena all at once Saturday evening as Magdalena fans gasped during the final seconds of the Class 2A U.S. Bank Basketball State Championship game.
A quick drive north on I-25 to the Escondida exit and a few signs and a dirt road later, tucked in an old farm shed among old cars, parts, etc. is Eclipse Gymnastics.
The fifth-seeded Magdalena girls basketball team eeked out a 64-63 victory Tuesday night over fourth-seeded Jemez Valley to move on to the Class 2A U.S. Bank State Basketball Championships semifinals.
This year's Magdalena boys' basketball team posted an unblemished regular season record. That hasn't been achieved since 1968, according to head coach Jory Mirabal.
Carrying just one substitute player, 16 New Mexico Tech Pygmies fulfilled their travel obligation to the University of Texas at El Paso Saturday, but their version of "ironman rugby" fell short in a 39-22 defeat. In a contest between a superior forward pack (NMT) and an ascendant backline (UTEP), the backs carried the day for the Miners, avenging a 28-27 loss in Socorro on Sept. 13.