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Due to their outstanding performance on the gridiron, Taos Tigers seniors Ryan McCarty, Johnny Montaño and Ronnie Salazar will soon trade their orange-and-black uniforms for the exclusive garnet hue of the top-half of New Mexico’s best. The Taos … more
Seven members of the 2016 football team received All-District honors at the end-of-the season coaches meeting held Nov. 7. One Taos sophomore, three juniors and three seniors were recognized for their efforts in their respective positions. Making … more
For the second year in a row, the Taos Tigers fell in the first round of the state football playoffs. Improving their win percentage from a year ago, Taos was dealt a confusing hand when the selection committee from the New Mexico Activities … more
{{tncms-asset app="editorial" id="e491cccc-a6ac-11e6-8eaf-fb5052490ab5"}} The Taos Tigers will be hitting the road again - their third-straight away game since their final home game Oct. 21. In a perplexing move, the final rankings published by … more
The Taos Tigers are in the playoffs. The brackets for the New Mexico state playoffs were made public for 11-man teams in class 3A to 6A November 5 at 10:30 p.m. This included class 4A - the division Taos High falls under. In this year's … more
The Taos Tigers traveled to Bernalillo to wrap up the 2016 regular season. In wet and windy conditions, the Tigers were able to complete the final three game run-of-the-table sweep - beating the Spartans on their home turf, 27-14. With the win, … more
The Taos Tigers sent a bolded message over the gridiron airwaves in all caps, and ended their statement with an exclamation point Oct. 28. Taos has a football team. The Tigers are a team on a roll — taking down the Pojoaque Valley Elks 51-0 at … more
The Taos Tigers sent a message in all caps, and ended their statement with an exclamation point Friday night. The Tigers are a team on a roll - taking down the Pojoaque Valley Elks 51-0 at their field Oct. 28. This was a District 2-4A game - that … more
The Tigers played their last home game of the 2016 season and knocked off the fourth-ranked team in the state in class 4A in the process. The West Las Vegas Dons came to Taos with a 6-1 overall record, 3-0 in district play, but went home with an … more
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