Lady cat junior Adriana Tafoya moves into scoring position during Questa's 52-41 loss to Wingate in the second game of the Taos Invitatinal Tournament Friday (Nov. 30).
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Questa Lady Cats Basketball at a glance

2018 District 5-2A teams: Peñasco Lady Panthers, Escalante Lady Lobos, Mesa Vista Lady Trojans, Mora Rangerettes, Questa Lady Cats, Coronado Lady Leopards.
Morgan Timms/The Taos NewsTaos' Abduhl Khweis reacts after sinking the ball into the basket Saturday (Dec. 1) during Taos' 58-34 victory against Goddard at Taos High School.
Taos Invitational Tournament

Taos boys take the tourney, with third place for the Peñasco girls

The Tigers basketball team controlled the Boys Taos Invitational Tournament, claiming the trophy on Saturday night (Dec. 1).
Questa senior Miguel Romero creates space for himself during the exciting 44-43 Wildcat win over Dexter Friday (Nov. 30) as part of the Taos Invitational Tournament. Behind him is Wildcat Derek Vialpando.
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Questa Wildcats Boys' Basketball at a glance

2018 District 5-2A teams: Peñasco Panthers, Escalante Lobos, Mesa Vista Trojans, Mora Rangers, Questa Wildcats, Coronado Leopards.
School sports
School sports

Sports brief: Taos Tigers Swimming

The team didn't have a competition Dec. 8. The next swim meet for the Tiger swimmers is Saturday (Dec. 15) in Belen.
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Taos Tigers High School swimming at a glance

There is only one class for swimming, so the teams in district are different than for other prep sports. It also means only one class swims at state: the only ways to qualify are to meet the qualifying time for an event or win first or second place at the District meet Feb. 9.
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Taos Tiger Basketball at a glance

Coach Chavez managed a winning record and a district championship in his first season as head coach of the Taos Tigers Basketball team.
Community sports
Community sports

Sidelines – December 13

Demo days at Tenderfoot Katie's, Taos Ski Valley, Dec. 14-15. Demo the newest skis and snowboards on the market.

Reel Talk – December 6

Río Grande: Streamflow at the Taos Junction Bridge was 279 cfs. Trout fishing was fair to good using woolly buggers, San Juan worms, Kastmasters, worms and salmon eggs.

Sidelines – December 6

The ice rink at the Taos Youth and Family Center is open seven days per week for public recreational skating. Cost to get on the ice is $3 for adults and $2 for children and includes skate rental.
Winter sports
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Taos Ice Tiger Hockey at a glance

The Taos Ice Tigers play in a league with teams from New Mexico, Colorado and Texas. Thus, the Ice Tigers regularly travel out of state. Unlike other Tiger teams, the Ice Tigers include students from several schools around Taos County.

Enchanted Forest X-Ski and Snowshoe Area open for Thanksgiving weekend

“This is the best early-season skiing we’ve had in years,” said Mike Ritterhouse, Enchanted Forest’s general manager. “We are 100-percent open with trail depths of 4 to …
Courtesy photoThe new high-speed Lift 1 is a quad chair that elevates its passengers up the mountain in a brisk five minutes, cutting the chair ride's duration almost in half.

Fly to the top of Al's Run

"We think this may be the only lift in the country where directly out of the base area, you can access greens, blue, blacks and double-blacks."
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