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These computer rankings from MaxPreps.com are based on game results from the current season only. Specifically, they take into account three criteria: •Ratio of wins to losses, •The relative quality of wins based on opponent’s rating •The overall strength of a team’s schedule. more
NMSU Head Basketball Coach Chris Jans has announced that senior guard Clayton Henry will miss the remainder of the 2019-20 season due to a broken bone in his hand, while senior guard AJ Harris will be out indefinitely with an ankle injury. more
Dan Jenkins may not be a household name to many younger golfers today, but he was arguably the best golf writer ever. Famed TV interviewer Larry King called Jenkins “the quintessential Sports Illustrated writer and the best sportswriter in America.” Jenkins died March 7, 2019. He was 89. more
Beginning in February, first-year head coach Mike Kirby and his NMSU Aggies are set to embark on a challenging 53-game slate, facing opponents from two Power Five conferences, including the Pac-12 and SEC, as well as clashes with Mountain West foes New Mexico and San Diego State. more
New Mexico State University freshmen divers Italia Aranzabal (pictured) and Lily Ellis had a strong day against Trinity University Dec. 18 in San Antonio, Texas, with Aranzabal setting a school record and Ellis qualifying for zones. more
New Mexico State University and the city of Las Cruces expect to host more than 1,200 seniors for the 41st annual New Mexico Senior Olympics Summer Games June 10-13, 2020. Sport venues will be located around the NMSU campus and throughout the city of Las Cruces. The event will be the first in a three-year agreement. more
The LC Timbers 01 boys’ soccer team of Las Cruces won the LA Galaxy sponsored November Nights tournament in San Diego, California over the Thanksgiving weekend. more
The El Paso/Las Cruces Old Timers Golf Group played their monthly tournament at Anthony Country Club Dec. 3. more
The World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series invades Vado Speedway Park for the Battle at the Border, Jan. 2-5. For 2019 Vado Super Late Model track champion Jacob Gallardo it’s a chance to measure his skills against the country’s best Late Model drivers on his home turf. more
The Mayfield High School football program has been dropped in class from 6A to 5A by the board of directors of the New Mexico Activities Association (NMAA). more
Las Cruces Public Schools’ longtime athletic director Ernest “Ernie” Viramontes is among three New Mexico educators to be inducted into the New Mexico Activities Association (NMAA) Hall of Fame. Viramontes has spent nearly 36 years with LCPS as a teacher, counselor, assistant principal and athletic director, the NMAA said in a news release. more
Las Cruces High School is celebrating its 50th high school wrestling tournament this December, and Coach Kevin Marks has been around for close to half of them. more
The New Mexico State University Aggies are WAC volleyball tournament champions after defeating Utah Valley and Grand Canyon in the conference tournament Friday and Saturday, Nov. 22-23 in Orem, Utah. more
New Mexico State University’s 44-35 rivalry victory over Texas-El Paso last weekend gives the Aggies the chance to end their season on a three-game winning streak. The basketball version of the I-10 Rivalry between NMSU and UTEP renews once again as the Aggie men host the Miners Tuesday, Dec. 3, at the Pan American Center. more
Krysten Garrison (17), Cat Kelly (4) Brigette Lowe (5) and Megan Hart (12) and their teammates have plenty to cheer in a dominating 25-3 season that saw NMSU go undefeated in the Western Athletic Conference. more
As the New Mexico State Aggies try for a second-straight win this weekend (Nov. 23) against I-10 rival UTEP, they are riding the exploits of their old hands. more
New Mexico State University and University Degrees Abroad have agreed to establish a developmental men’s soccer program at the university and to begin recruiting local, state, regional and international players to take part. NMSU will be home to the first UDA soccer program in the U.S. more
With their wins in the opening round at the Field of Dreams, Centennial, Las Cruces and Mayfield high schools advance to the state football quarterfinals this weekend. It won’t be easy, as all are underdogs on the road. Flip the coin: They are all capable of winning. more
Mayfield High School dropped another close one in their storied rivalry to their crosstown rivals, Las Cruces High, last weekend – but apart from bragging rights, which will admittedly carry another 12 months, that hardly mattered when the sun rose on a new day. more
Centennial, Las Cruces and Mayfield high schools are undefeated against non-conference foes after the first two weekends of prep football. Oñate is winless (see standings). These are scenes from Centennial’s 55-0 tromping of Albuquerque West Mesa Aug. 30 at the Field of Dreams. more
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