April 25 FTCS School News

Music Performance The high school music theory class will be performing May 7th at 7:30 p.m. at the ACTS building located at 1500-1/2 S. Ave. D. Field Trip On Tuesday, students in grades 1-4 will go to the Clovis Zoo, have a picnic lunch, and go for ice cream. The 5th and 6th grade classes […]

April 25 Elida School News

Members and supporters of Elida High School’s FFA, FCCLA and BPA were honored at a Vocational Banquet held on Friday. This was a time to recognize our members and to thank our supporters. Student Council The Elida High School Student Council hosted a coke and popcorn party for Mrs. Holmes’ 4th graders on Friday, April […]

Big Fish adjusts to small field

By Ferran Lucero: PNT Correspondent Dustin Fish has become a crowd favorite with the Wichita, Kan., Stealth of Arena2 Football. After a quarterback sack, the former Eastern New Mexico University standout flexes, places his hands on his hips and entertains the fans with his own rendition of the Riverdance. AF2 is a different game than […]

Hounds lose ground in LSC

Freedom Newspapers The Eastern New Mexico Greyhounds lost ground in the Lone Star Conference South baseball standings on and off the field. On Friday, Tarleton State came away with an 11-8 win in the opener before the second game was suspended by rain after five innings with the score tied 7-7. The teams intended to […]

Hammertime for Nuckols

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By Kevin Wilson Hammer throw is either … A) a carpenter’s act of frustration, B) what people do with a bad rap CD, or C) a little-known track and field event for a still-young Eastern New Mexico University track squad. For Warren Nuckols, the answer is C. The 5-foot-9, 195-pound sophomore is one of a […]

Wayland Baptist snaps ENMU win streak

By Kevin Wilson There were more Es than a scrabble tournament as Eastern New Mexico University kicked, bobbled and booted away its three-game winning streak. The Greyhounds committed 10 errors Tuesday, helping visiting Wayland Baptist hold on for a 17-12 win at Greyhound Field. The fielding debacle came on the heels of committing just one […]

Greyhounds bow out in first round of regional

Freedom Newspapers STEPHENVILLE, Texas — Northwest Missouri State outscored Eastern New Mexico University 28-8 over the final 9 1/2 minutes of the first half and the Bearcats went on to a 77-57 victory over the Greyhounds Saturday in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Division II South Central Region basketball tournament. The third-seeded Bearcats (27-4) advanced […]

Zias get 20 from Brown, win second straight

Freedom Newspapers WEATHERFORD, Okla. — Freshman guard Heather Brown hit five 3-pointers and scored 20 points and junior forward Elizabeth Richards added 17 points and 12 rebounds to lead Eastern New Mexico University past Southwestern Oklahoma 81-70 Saturday in a Lone Star Conference women’s crossover game. ENMU (6-7) took the lead on a layup by […]

Lee breaks out in Zias’ home debut

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By Dave Wagner Eastern New Mexico University’s Laci Lee was at her best Tuesday night. The junior guard from Portales poured in 21 of her career-high 27 points in the first half as the Zias, scoring the game’s first 10 points, rolled to a 76-57 Lone Star Conference South Division pounding of rival West Texas […]

Touchstone: ‘D’ on the field, ‘A’ in the classroom

By Dave Wagner Eastern New Mexico University junior Ty Touchstone remembers getting a “B” — once. “It was a class for citizenship (in grade school),” he said. “But I don’t really count that.” Touchstone has had nothing but “A’s” through four semesters at ENMU, where he also plays free safety for the Greyhounds in football. […]