Winter sports
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Building up a mountain

An expansion plan for Sipapu Ski and Summer Resort in Vadito percolated in Bruce Bolander's mind back in 1990. Decades later, that vision by Bolander, … more

On tap for TSV: high-speed quad chair, event space, dining areas

Building on the last three seasons’ investments, Taos Ski Valley is continuing a $300 million investment in its infrastructure and amenities. more

UNM's public dismissals undeserved

Well, that couldn't have gone much worse.The public relations disaster that is the University of New Mexico's elimination of team sports reached an all-time low Wednesday night when the … more

Taos Ski Valley hosts USSA championships, TWST athletes excel

The Taos Winter Sports Team and Taos Ski Valley hosted the United State Ski and Snowboard Association Southern Series Championships March 24-25, drawing 170 athletes from Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico. more

Same results, more hardware for Taos County teams at state cheer championships

For the second year in a row, the Taos Tigers and Questa Wildcats cheer teams claimed their respective place at the head of the interscholastic cheerleader's table. more

Winter sports wrap up for all nine Taos County teams

All six basketball teams, wrestling, swimming and ice hockey have completed their respective seasons in Taos County. Here is a recap of the accomplishments of the interscholastic winter sports teams in 2017-18. more

Too few points, low shooting percentages doom Peñasco in The Pit

Peñasco Lady Panthers take home the second-place trophy after falling to the Fort Sumner/House Vixens in the Class 2A state basketball final March 9. more

Excitement builds as Peñasco Lady Panthers punch ticket to The Pit

Gilbert Mascareñas – who is in his second year as head coach – and his hungry crew are headed for the Class 2A championship game, which includes a fortuitous walk down a storied ramp and into the vaunted vestibule known as “The Pit.” more

Season comes to an end for the Taos Tigers in third loss to Moriarty Pintos

The end has come for (5) Taos Tigers basketball in 2017-18. The Tigers fall to number four Moriarty, 49-42 in Class 4A quarterfinals. more

Tigers slip past SFIS, Taos cagers Rio Rancho bound

A collective sigh of relief fell over orange and black clad Taoseños and Taoseñas when the Taos Tiger emerged triumphant over the visiting Santa Fe Indian School March 3. more
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