The Lady Steers stumbled during its first round matchup, losing by ten against Crownpoint. The team was able to pick themselves up, winning two in a row and took home a consolation bracket trophy by defeating To’Hajiilee 60-44.
Coming off of a big 40 loss against Bernalillo, the Lady Warriors protected its home court as they went away with the “M” Mountain trophy, defeating the Crownpoint Eagles 38-32 during the final round of the three day tournament.
Two teams on an early season roll faced off on January 4. At 8-1, the Lady Warriors traveled to Bernalillo for a showdown against the Lady Spartans. Bernalillo ran away with it for a big 64-24 win.
Currently in its second season the New Mexico Tech Miners E-Sports league hosts a variety of options for both casual and serious gamers throughout the school year. One of the fastest growing sports around the world, including a 14 year old United States Fortnite player winning $3,000,000 ear…
Finley gym was packed as more than 170 youth players came out on November 26 to tryout for the 2019-2020 City of Socorro Youth Basketball League. Boys and girls from the ages of 4 to 13 hit the court throughout the evening with coaches evaluating from the sidelines.
For the second season being officially sanctioned under NMAA, Head Coach Jesse Griffith has his team training for competition heading into 2020. The two games played in official competition for Socorro will be ‘League of Legends’ and ‘Rocket League’.
Without a doubt 2019 was a banner season for Socorro County athletics. State championships, near state championships, injuries to star players and coaching changes were among the year’s highlights. Let us take a look back at the season.
The heat is on for the SHS wrestling squad. Literal heat in as the Warriors practice facility is made extra warm during weekly two hour sessions. Head Coach Joel Partridge wouldn’t have it any other way.
A big close out victory against the East Mountain T’Wolves ended the 2019 portion of the Socorro Warriors basketball team. The team never trailed, winning on the road with authority 63-48.
Once the lights came down at the SHS gymnasium the Lady Warriors came out of the locker room fired up for a big rivalry matchup against the Belen Lady Eagles. The stands were packed on both sides with Socorro winning a low scoring game 39-31.
The Warriors swim team finished off the 2019 portion of its season when they traveled to Albuquerque for the West Mesa invitational in hopes of grabbing much needed points that will affect rankings headed into state championships. Head Coach Deidra Vinson was having a blast on the side of th…