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Mayfield and Las Cruces will meet up in football at 7 p.m. Friday, Sept. 17, at the Field of Dreams, at the corner of Motel Boulevard and Tashiro Road. According to district Athletics Director Ernie Viramontes, 5,000 tickets will be sold for each high school. No tickets will be sold at the Field of Dreams on game day. more
Las Cruces area high school cross country teams underwent a stiff test over the Labor Day weekend when they traveled to Albuquerque to take part in the Super Cinco Invitational hosted by St. Pius X High School. The 28-school meet featured lots of top competition from around the state and had a different format, Organ Mountain cross country coach David Nunez said. more
In life we have to give up some things to get better things. It’s called “delayed gratification,” and it’s one of those secrets to a successful life that even many adults don’t comprehend. So too in golf, there are things we need to let go of in order to make gains in ability and outcomes. If we want to get better, we are challenged to give up those attitudes and behavior patterns that are holding us back. We must be able to put aside certain beliefs, habits and actions that are no longer serving us well. Let’s examine some of what we should let go of. more
A trio of older women who work out at a Las Cruces gym are making an impact in the sport of weightlifting and they are doing it the natural way. Felica Hale, Storm Sermay and Roberta Stathis set or tied numerous national or state records at the Summer Nationals in Roswell this summer. The event was sponsored by the Natural Athlete Strength Association, which offers competitive weightlifting in a drug-free environment. more
The New Mexico State soccer dropped a 3-1contest in the Battle of I-25 on Thursday night at the Soccer Athletic Complex. more
Back in Las Cruces for the first time in almost one month, the NM State women's soccer team sets its sights on its second rivalry showdown of the season when in-state foe New Mexico pays a visit to the NM State Soccer Athletics Complex. more
Thurs Sept 9 Centennial varsity  56-23 over Mayfield Las Cruces 9th 28-6 over Austin Mayfield 9th 21-6 over Silver City  Organ Mountain 9th lost 14-7 to Coronado Friday Sept … more
The NM State Aggies fell to the University of New Mexico 34-25, Saturday at University Stadium. more
An early scoring opportunity for the home team proved to be the difference Sunday at Johann Memorial Field as the NM State women’s soccer team (4-3) dropped a 1-0 decision to UNLV (6-2) in non-conference action. more
Mayfield High School will meet up with Las Cruces High Friday, Sept. 17. The longstanding rivalry game – one of the biggest in the nation since 1965 – … more
The New Mexico State women’s soccer team battled rival UTEP for 95 minutes but came up short, 2-1, in the Battle of I-10 on Thursday night in El Paso. more
Sometimes I respond to readers’ questions with, I trust, straightforward and useful answers from my research and understanding. In this edition of Dr. Golf at large, I’m simply offering my personal views on several current topics. more
The Organ Mountain High School cross country program continued its strong start to the season, sweeping both the team and individual competitions at the Centennial Invitational on Saturday, Aug. 28 in Las Cruces. The Knights had a similar result during the Silver City Invitational on Aug. 21. In boys varsity, Brett Bybee was the top individual finisher, running the 3.1-mile course in 17 minutes, 53.11 seconds. Teammates Jeron Wisner (18:12.39) and Andrew Parks (18:13.40) finished second and third, respectively. Also for Organ Mountain, Corbin Coombs took fifth place (18:28.32) and Jonathan Torres was sixth (18:32.63) more
The Las Cruces Lacrosse program is seeking players age 8 to 14 for its fall season. Practice began on Sept. 9 and will be held on Thursdays from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at Frenger Park. Lacrosse is traditionally a spring sport, but a fall season is designed to get players familiar with the sport and excited about the spring season, head coach and club co-founder Janae Kraus said. The cost to sign up for the fall season is $20, but you need to be a member of USA Lacrosse to participate. A youth USA Lacrosse membership includes insurance, lasts a year and is $30, Kraus said. more
The Santa Teresa Charitable Foundation (STCF) will host the 21st annual Santa Teresa Charitable Golf Tournament, which will be held Friday, Oct. 1 at Butterfield Trail Golf Course in El Paso. Registration starts at 9 a.m. and the tournament will start at 11. The tournament is sponsored by more than 80 companies and organizations, said STCF President Jerry Pacheco in a news release. Major sponsors include El Paso Electric, Ironhorse Resources, VEMAC, Union Pacific, MCS, CN Wire, Global Perspectives Integrated and Pepsi. more
For nearly three quarters, the New Mexico State University football team played like it wanted to shock the world. The Aggies led heavily favored San Diego State 10-0 at halftime and 10-7 late in the third quarter before falling 28-10 on Sept. 4 in Carson, Calif. The host Aztecs were 31-point favorites coming into the game. NMSU is now a somewhat disappointing 0-2 after the high hopes of summer workouts and fall camp. But the season can quickly turn around this weekend. more
Match Six NM State (4-1) at UTEP (1-5) Thursday, Sept. 9 | 7:00 p.m. | University Field | El Paso, Texas more
High school scores for Thursday, Sept 2-4 more
The Battle of I-10 lived up to the billing as the New Mexico State volleyball team dropped a five set (25-20, 30-32, 26-24, 22-25, 12-15) heartbreaker to UTEP at Memorial Gym in El Paso on Sunday … more
 Despite a strong first half performance that featured the defense pitching a shutout, the NM State Aggies fell 28-10 to San Diego State, Saturday night at Dignity Health Sports Park. The … more
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