Few positions available for Greyhound football

By Dave Wagner Veteran Eastern New Mexico University football coach Bud Elliott said the Greyhounds are in an unusual situation as national signing day approaches today — they don’t have that many spots available. ENMU normally signs about 22 players to national letters of intent, Elliott said, but will probably add only about half that […]

Warriors hold off Dora

Freedom Newspapers DORA — Aaron and Jevon Hunter combined for 51 points Monday night, leading visiting Gateway Christian to a 72-67 win over the Dora Coyotes. Aaron Hunter tallied a game-high 36 for the Warriors, with Jevon Hunter adding 15. The Warriors were able to use a pressure defense early and mount a 31-25 lead […]

Greyhounds in sole possession of division lead

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By Dave Wagner With the Lone Star Conference South Division lead on the line, Eastern New Mexico University’s men struck the first blow against rival West Texas A&M. After seeing their tentative 30-27 halftime lead cut to a single point with a turnover on the second-half inbound pass, ENMU put together a 9-0 run and […]

Hounds slip past Angelo State

By Dave Wagner Irshaun Pinckney struggled early trying to give Eastern New Mexico University’s offense some punch against Angelo State’s zone defense on Saturday, missing his first eight shots from the field and going scoreless in the first half. But he eventually found the range, going 5-for-8 over the final over the final 17 minutes […]

Zias upset No. 8 Rambelles

By Kevin Wilson Tiana Bryant had a night to remember, and helped give Angelo State a night to forget. The sophomore post scored a season-high 13 points and played a pivotal role in defending the Rambelle’s Natalja Tsurbakova as the Eastern New Mexico University posted a 71-66 upset over Angelo State on Saturday in a […]

Zias hope new coach plus new team equals new results

Dave Wagner In the Lone Star Conference South Division preseason poll, first-year Eastern New Mexico University softball coach Kevin Blaskowski picked his own squad for last place in the six-team circuit. It’s not that he doesn’t have faith in the Zias, who are coming off a 24-29 season (4-16 South) under interim coach Ron Landschoot. […]

Broncos move to 4-0 in district

DORA — With homecoming ceremonies following the game, the Dora boys had their biggest crowd of the year. That, and a quick start by the Floyd Broncos, turned out to be a little much. Jerrod Long sparked an 11-0 run to open the game, and the visiting Broncos never trailed in a 68-47 blowout win […]

Rams suffer first district loss

Freedom Newspapers LOVINGTON — It took just one night for the Portales Rams to drop from first to third in the District 4-3A standings. The Rams lost their first district game at Lovington Friday night 71-55, but Portales coach Mark Gallegos felt it was one of the team’s better efforts. “The game was a lot […]

Hounds coast past Wildcats

By Dave Wagner Shawn Scanlan liked the way his two starting big men played Thursday night. Jamaal Hunnicutt recorded a triple-double and Travazz Buckley added a double-double as the Greyhounds beat Abilene Christian 87-61 in Lone Star Conference South Division men’s basketball at Greyhound Arena. Hunnicutt, who came up one assist short of a triple-double […]

Late push negates late push for Zias

By Kevin Wilson A post-game conversation took an unusual turn in the corridors of Greyhound Arena Thursday night, with Abilene Christian coach Shawna Lavender apologizing to Zia coach Dan Buzard for winning. It was the way the Wildcats won that prompted the apology, which followed an ending that left the Zias frustrated. A late offensive […]