Local 14-year old Socorro technology enthusiast Ixchel Valentino was the youngest female participant in a group of 12 to attend a special youth robotics training camp at the Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque. The intensive five day course offered students the opportunity to learn f…

The fourth annual Trudy Freeman Memorial Race was underway on June 14-16 at the Socorro Rodeo and Sports Complex. A resident of Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, Kelly Waide has put on the event for female riders from around the Southwest region to earn both cash and points in multiple barr…

The New Mexico High School Coaches Association hosted several post season All-Star games during the first few weeks of the summer.

The search for a new Lady Warriors softball coach came to an end late in May. Pepe Alvarado was announced as the future leader heading into the 2020 season.

Summer is in full swing with the Socorro Stingray’s hitting the pool. The Belen Hurricanes hosted amateur swim teams from Belen, Socorro, Truth or Consequences and the Canyon Club as kids hit the two pools at the high school Aquatic Center.

Warriors point guard AdaDrian Jackson was working on getting back into game shape during the Magdalena camp. The young baller looks to continue breaking ankles next season with his ball handling skills.

Andrew Carrillo chipping onto the green in hopes of an easy put.

The New Mexico Tech golf course hosted the regional Americas Cup Qualifier on May 25-26 for the first time in ten years. The two day event determined the four boys and four girls to represent New Mexico at the Americas Cup finals. Alberta, Canada will host the boys finals and a mixture of co…

The evaluation process of putting together a competitive team has begun. Magdalena hosted its annual summer round robin style team boys basketball camp on May 30-31. 12 teams in total, both high school and middle school, traveled to compete on the three separated courts. Each were given four…

A young Lady Warriors basketball team traveled to Albuquerque for an early summer New Mexico Games youth tournament on May 25. Facing off against stiff competition from around the state, the group of eighth graders and below had a rough time out. They lost game one against the Grants Lady Pi…

After eight seasons Warriors boys’ soccer will have to find a new leader as Head Coach Dennis Walsh is stepping down. Having also refereed and coached as an assistant in sports such as golf, Walsh has been a fixture of Socorro sports for over twenty years.

Joel Partridge was recognized for his hard work in reinvigorating the wrestling program. In only his second year being involved with Socorro Consolidated Schools, Partridge was surprised to receive the award as he thought that when he received the invitation it was for his son of the same na…