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Newly crowned champions of the trail, the Peñasco Lady Panthers cross-country team now sits atop the podium in class A/2A – ending a 35-year drought in Peñasco sports and garnering only the second state title in school history. The wait is over … more
Well, it might not have been the ending Coach Monica Archuleta would have wanted in her debut game as head coach, but the Lady Cats were impressive nonetheless in their season opener – be it a loss – against the Cimarrón Lady Rams Nov. … more
Playing host to two District 5-2A teams, two nights in-a-row, the Cimarrón Rams simply ran out of gas – yielding 72 points to the Questa Wildcats on their home court Nov. 19. The night before, the Rams were defeated by the visiting Peñasco … more
In a fast-and-furious game inside the confines of the bright-red Cimarrón High School Gymnasium, the Peñasco boys basketball team notched one in the win column beating the Rams 59-38 to start the 2016-17 season. It was also a kickoff to the winter … more
On a crisp morning that required most people to bundle up with a couple of layers, the Peñasco Lady Panthers braved the chill to climb aboard the open-air trailer to be presented to the sleepy community in style. No jackets, no throw blankets, no … 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
The winter sports season has arrived. With many fall sports just barely wrapping up this past week, it seems there was barely any time to reflect on the 2016 fall season before it was time to jump into winter competition. For Peñasco and … more
The Taos Tigers lost their first-round playoff game to the Ruidoso Warriors, 63-27 in Ruidoso Nov. 11. The game was close in the first half, with Taos leading at one point in the second quarter. The game soon became lopsided with a quick score by … more
Cue the heart-thumping music. Make it “Eye of the Tiger” from Survivor. Twist the tuner knob to 95.9 FM “The Mountain” on the radio dial and get ready for some award-winning play calling from Taos’ very own John Rainey on any given Friday … more
So many story lines. So many twists and turns – and hills and flats. Where to begin to describe the day and the outcome of two Taos county teams at this year’s cross-country championship in Rio Rancho Nov. 5 is the question of the day. Two … more
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