Time to add images from July 2017 to the ol' scrapbook. Check out the sports photos from the past month and see if you can spot a happy athlete or two. . . .
The New Mexico State Basketball Championship brackets have been published and games are set to begin Mar. 3.
A few pics from the month that was, February 2017.
Taos High School fans and the team recognize the '67 champs during the home finale Feb. 14.
Lady Cat senior, Helena Padilla was a two-time state champion in track and field, and a powerful force in volleyball and basketball. A shoe-in for Top 25 acclaim.
Lady Panther sophomore, Bianca Contreras, was one of the most reliable teammates for every sport she was a member of in 2016-17.
John T. Denne, who currently lives in the Peñasco area, has mastered the art of professional sports photography – elevating teams and individuals from Northern New Mexico through this expressive platform that most definitely shows their good side.
The Taos News sports editor shares his best front-row sports stories and his top-25 moments from this past school year.
Taos Tiger pitching ace and all-around baseball star, Daniel Aguilar named a top 25 athlete in Taos County for his heroics in 2017.
Taos handily defeats NMMI, 48-7 in non-conference tilt in Roswell Sept. 8. Tigers return to Anaya Stadium for homecoming game against the class 6A Santa Fe High Demons Sept. 15.
On the hallowed grounds of historic Milne Stadium, the Taos Tigers paid a visit to host team, Hope Christian for a melee between two ascending squads in Class 4A. Final score: Taos 27, Hope Christian 14.
Taos takes down Hope Christian Huskies with late game heroics at Milne Stadium Sept. 2. Tigers move to 2-0 overall with 27-14 final.
Week 2: (7) Taos Tigers versus (8) Hope Christian will test two potent offensive teams when they meet on the hallowed turf of Milne Stadium Sept. 2.
Taos dominates both sides of the ball in impressive win over southern foe, Hatch Valley at Anaya Stadium Aug. 25.
Friday night frenzy returns to Northern New Mexico as Taos opens season at Anaya Stadium. Fans are asked to wear black and pack both bleachers to cheer Tigers to victory.
Taos Composite, the local high school mountain bike team, competed in Frisco, Colorado, Aug. 27, and Leadville, Colorado, Sept. 10. The Taos team is in its third year of competition.
Under ideal weather conditions that displayed a deep blue sky and a bright yellow sun – perfectly matching the Peñasco Panthers’ team uniforms – the 2017 cross-country season began with a bang in Northern New Mexico.
The Taos Lady Tigers continued their winning ways in convincing fashion at the Del Valdez Invitational cross-country meet held at Española High School Aug. 26.
As the Tigers wrapped up their first week of practice in full pads, the Tigers players looked hungry. Coach Abreu was smiling. The Tigers are coming into the 2017 season with a full contingent of seniors and juniors for the first time in Abreu’s tenure.
Sports and recreation in Taos County for the week of August 10, 2017.
Susie Fiore, Taos Area High School Mountain Bike Team coach, and her staff invite interested high school athletes to give cross-country mountain bike competition a try in 2017.
The beauty of Northern New Mexico was on full display over the weekend as the Taos Country Club welcomed pros and amateurs alike to make the rounds on its award-winning links.
In a fateful moment, in the sleepy village of Questa, a dreadful telegraph was delivered to the family of a U.S. Army soldier who was serving his country overseas during World War II.
Calling all sluggers and webmasters. New fall softball league in the works in Taos.
"Master of the Mountains," which will take place Saturday (Aug. 26) at Sugarite Canyon State Park, features a 6-mile trail run, a 3-mile paddle around the park's Lake Maloya, a 20-mile bicycle trek and a shotgun shoot. Although Monday (Aug. 1) was …
Short-course season underway, interscholastic season winding down.
Eight dedicated club swimmers from the Taos Tiger Sharks – Taos’ swim club coached by Alfredo Aleman and his wife, Melissa – traveled to the four-day end-of-season meet held at the Farmington Aquatic Center in Farmington July 27-30.