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Antonio Garcia, Questa homecoming king, and Audrianah Leon, the queen, soak up the sunrays and the exultation during the halftime ceremonies of the Wildcats 2017 homecoming game against the Cuba Rams … more
It took Jesus Maes a few years to land the job he wanted as head coach of the Española Valley football program. It took him less than two seasons to get fired. more
Wildcats to host Rams in homecoming game. Kickoff at 1 p.m. more
Taos loses their second straight game in a 41-21 loss to the St. Michael's Horsemen. Injury to quarterback, Jude Suazo who did not play in the second half led to second half tailspin. more
As the month of October in Northern New Mexico turns the weather from summer to fall, then to winter, it also turns the “regular” season into the “district” season and becomes the home stretch for many of our fall sports. more
In District 2-4A battle of two unbeaten teams, turnovers and penalties cost Tigers yards, points and game. Taos now sits at 5-1 overall and 1-1 in league play. more
The district opener between the Taos Tigers and the Santa Fe Indian School Braves was an interesting tilt for about 12 seconds. more
The two remaining unbeaten teams in class 4A will clash on Las Vegas' east side Sept. 29. Taos takes their perfect record and their No. 3 ranking to No. 2 Robertson to challenge the Cardinals for District's top spot. Pre-sale tickets can be purchased at the Taos Tigers Athletic Office. more
Nine touchdowns in just two and a half quarters gives Taos easy win in Santa Fe. Now at 5-0, the Tigers will travel to Las Vegas to battle the Robertson Cardinals Sept. 29. more
John Barlow Reid III, sports medicine director for Taos Orthopaedic Institute, earned the New Mexico Highlands University (NMHU) Spirit Award for his dedication to volunteering as the team's physician for the past 13 years. more
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