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There’s a new sense of urgency on the mats at Española Valley High School this season, and head coach Aaron Salinas believes the time for his wrestling team to succeed and capture a District 2-4A team title is now.

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Jesus Maes has been all around the block — the block that is Northern New Mexico high school coaching.

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Coronado High School volleyball coach Henry Gettler said a one-loss season would bring nothing but questions about that one, single loss. He also said, “If you have a three-loss season, then people say, ‘Well, you had a pretty good year.’”

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Fresh legs and energy were not a combination Peñasco High School volleyball coach Maxine Abeyta was used to seeing from her team all season — at least from the get-go in matches.

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The first time Eddie Maestas rode a steer, everything went black. He can remember getting on the steer, telling his friends he was ready for them to release the animal from the gate, and then nothing. For three or four years every time he rode everything went black.

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A 1-3 start generally isn’t something to be optimistic about, but if you dig a little deeper beyond the surface, Northern New Mexico College mens basketball head coach Ryan Cordova has a few valid reasons to have that feeling.

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Anybody looking for any surprises at the District 2-4A championship cross country meet on Nov. 1 at Edgewood Middle School had to look elsewhere.

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Nicole Romero learned from one of the most well-known volleyball coaches in Northern New Mexico, so its no surprise the first-year Desert Academy head coach has the Lady Wildcats playing sound and superb volleyball.

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As temperatures dipped down to the 30s and the first snow fell earlier in the day on Oct. 24, the Northern New Mexico College mens basketball team took the floor for the first time this season at Eagle Memorial Gymnasium.

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What he saw at the half-mile and 1-mile mark was enough for Española Valley High School cross country coach Landen Elliott-Knaggs to be convinced his Sundevils were going to have a good day.

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As the 2019 cross country season quickly approaches district championships and the state meet, two of Española Valley High School’s top runners are keeping up with the pace.

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Whatever the task at hand may be, an older sibling – by nature – never wants to be beaten by their baby brother or sister.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.