The Peñasco Invite on Sept. 7 was a meet McCurdy Charter School cross country coach Chris Sanchez had circled on the schedule since before the start of the season.
Landen Elliott-Knaggs is officially coined the Española Valley High School boys cross country coach, but he will be carrying a bulk of the load for both the boys and girls teams this season.
As the Pojoaque Valley High School boys soccer team began practice on Aug. 15, they worked on their passing, and 14-year Elks’ head coach Juan Ortiz called the fundamental part of the game “the meat and potatoes” of soccer.
With so much turmoil, distraction and uncertainty this summer since former Española Valley High School volleyball coach Damon Salazar was fired in April, the best thing that could have happened for the Lady Sundevil players was for the season to finally arrive.
Relatively speaking, not a whole lot has changed for the Española Valley High School football team since Miguel Medina resigned as the head coach on July 15 and Delfin Quintana stepped in to fill the void 24 hours later.
With hopes of different results, the Pojoaque Valley High School football team wasted no time getting its 2019 season off and running.
Since missing the state tournament in four consecutive years from 2012 to 2015, the Dulce High School volleyball team has become a usual contender in Class 2A.
For Pojoaque Valley High School volleyball head coach Joe Rodriguez, the 2019 season will be about reloading, not rebuilding.
When McCurdy Charter School athletic director Christian Lopez took over as the head coach of the Lady Bobcats softball team in 2015, he virtually had to learn the entire sport from scratch.
The renaissance of Santa Clara Pueblo’s Black Mesa Golf Club has nearly come to fruition, and everyone associated with the golf course is excited about its bright future.
Sisters Leslie Cordova-Trujillo and Deanna Cordova live on opposite ends of the country, but their shared love for fitness and strength and conditioning are bringing them back together — all for a good cause.
It took just a little over 24 hours for Española Valley High School to fill its head football coaching vacancy after Miguel Medina resigned from the position on July 15.
With under a month to go before the start of the fall sports season, the Española Valley High School football team will be looking for a new head football coach.
Hot on the recruiting trail and filled with a busy summer camp schedule, Northern New Mexico head mens basketball coach Ryan Cordova has his hands filled with a whole new challenge.
The Dulce High School Lady Hawks were out in full force on the basketball court this past weekend at the New Mexico High School Coaches Association’s All-Star series.
Northern New Mexico mens basketball coach Ryan Cordova is always looking to sign in-state talent, and he’s made a huge splash with his two latest local signings.
What marked the end of an era for a mother and son and coach and player combination may have also marked the beginning of what’s to come in the near future for the Española Valley High School tennis program.
An Española Valley High School football player claimed he was sexually assaulted, but law enforcement was not notified until months after the initial complaint, a new report from Rio Arriba County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Robert Vigil states.
Pojoaque Valley High School senior third basemen Rianna Arellano’s extending catch across her body on a line out to end the top of the third inning wasn’t the biggest play of the day in the Elkettes’ district-clinching win over Los Alamos High School, but it was enough for Pojoaque head coac…
On a day where state track meet selections and bids were up for grabs, the McCurdy Charter school boys and girls teams made the most out of their opportunity.
If strength of schedule plays any part, then both the Española Valley High School boys and girls tennis teams could be primed for state tournament appearances in the Class A-4A state tennis team tournament May 10-11 in Albuquerque.
The North-South All-Star volleyball rosters are set, and highlighting the field locally is Española Valley High School’s Chloe Fell and Pojoaque Valley High School’s Alyssa Rodriguez.
Despite an overwhelming 17-7 loss in five innings to Santa Fe Indian School in game 1 of a doubleheader April 11 at the SFIS Athletic Complex, the McCurdy Charter School baseball team stayed aggressive.