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Thursday, October 21st  Gadsden C over OMHS C Team   42-7 Mayfield over Santa Teresa 41-7 Friday, October 22nd Carlsbad over OMHS 34-20  Centennial over Hobbs … more
Saturday morning, there were two WAC women's soccer teams who had not suffered a loss in league play. By the time Saturday night rolled around, that number had been cut in half thanks to the right foot of Grace Olson. more
Aggies Drop Shootout at Hawai'i Price ran for 159 yards and two scores  HONOLULU -- Despite a career-night from running back Juwaun Price, the NM State Aggies fell 48-34 … more
The other night I had a dream; a dream that I was in heaven – golf heaven. I’ll share it. In heaven, there were caddies. None of us up above had any earthly affliction like arthritis, bad knees, bad backs or any other distracting ailments. more
Las Cruces area cross country runners got a sneak peak at what the state championships might be like. more
Las Cruces Public Schools Athletics Director Ernie Viramontes has been inducted into the New Mexico Activities Association Hall of Fame, but he had to wait a little longer than expected to get the honor. His selection was initially announced in 2019 and he was scheduled to be honored in March 2020 during the state basketball tournament. But the celebration was put on hold for more than a year because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Instead, Viramontes was honored during the annual fall conference of athletic directors in September 2021 in Albuquerque. more
Thursday, October 14th  Centennial 42    Las Cruces 41 Friday, October 15th  Mayfield 51     Chaparral 0 Saturday, October 16th  Hobbs 56  … more
Over the last half-decade NM State has continuously been building up a collegiately-licensed collection of consumables. more
In the wake of the blowout victory 19 to 9 (like 60 to 28 in football) by the American team over the Europeans in the Ryder Cup a few weeks ago, I thought it might be nice to discuss some of the elements of match play golf. more
This week's high school football scores for October 7-9. more
Due to structural issues with the existing floor inside the Pan American Center, NM State athletics announced Monday afternoon that a new court will serve as the playing surface for the Aggies' men's basketball, volleyball and women's basketball teams for the remainder of the 2021-22 season. more
Cross country is the type of sport where you really have to want to do it. The training, the practices and even the races can be pure agony and you are often only doing it in front of your teammates and other runners. more
After more than 38 years with Las Cruces Public Schools, esteemed athletic director Ernest “Ernie” Viramontes was selected among New Mexico educators to be inducted into the New Mexico … more
Holding a powerful offense in check for the first 15 minutes, the NM State football team jumped out to an early 7-0 lead only to see Nevada answer by scoring the game's next 52 points in a 55-28 setback for the Aggies Saturday night at Mackay Stadium. more
The NM State football program returns to action for a primetime nationally televised contest at Nevada Saturday night. Kick-off from Mackay Stadium is set for 8:30 p.m. on CBS Sports Network. more
Saturday night in Phoenix, the top two teams in the WAC's West Division are set to wage war when NM State sets foot in GCU Stadium to challenge division-leading Grand Canyon. more
For the first time in nearly two years, the NM State women's basketball team is coming back to the Pan American Center. Friday morning, NM State athletics announced season and single-game tickets for the Aggies' 2021-22 campaign have gone on sale. more
The Organ Mountain High School cross country teams continued their strong season by sweeping the boys and girls varsity team and individual titles at the Mayfield High Invitational Saturday, Oct. 2. more
Aspire to Excellence. Nobody ever became great by settling for average, middle-of-the-pack, “gentleman’s C.” Always strive to be the best you can be. Sounds like Arnie and his Army. If someone is not continually working to improve, he can’t expect to be competitive. more
New Mexico Senior Olympics has a series of sports clinics scheduled in Las Cruces and elsewhere around the state in October and November. more
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