Read all about the Rio Arriba high school basketball teams for 2022-23

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Coronado loses nearly all of its main contributors from last year, so a new team is looking to return once again to a competitive state tournament.

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After not fielding a team last year, the Lady Leopards are back with a small but talented group hoping to make an impact.

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The Hawks finished strong last year to reach the state tournament, but with a few strong seniors leaving, will the remaining players be able to keep the team at the same level?

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Last year's record hides their true strength, and the Lady Hawks could be a sleeper pick as a very dangerous team this year.

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Escalante still has a target on their back after two straight undefeated district seasons, but do they have the talent to match?

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After coming seconds away from a state championship, the Lady Lobos under a new coach are looking to finish the job this time.

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Just two players return from last year's Sundevils team, who will look to reload under a new coach.

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After a season marked by inconsistency, a sophomore-dominated team looks to steady the ship in a seemingly open district.

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McCurdy had a slow start, but finished with a solid season. With their best player departing, the rest of the players will look to build on their success.

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Coming off two hard seasons, McCurdy with a new coach will look to at least get a few wins on their schedule while building for the future.

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After a promising start, Mesa Vista fell off halfway through the year. But with everyone returning, they're now a threat to keep that through the whole year.

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Mesa Vista broke out last year, while dealing with the midseason death of their coach. But this team could have what it takes to go all the way.

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After two down years, Derek Sanchez and the Elks are looking to take a leap forward on the court.

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Pojoaque still appears to be rebuilding, but hoping for bright spots coming up this season.

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