May 13, 2007 Portales Junior High News

GEAR-UP meeting Parents of seventh grade students are invited to a special meeting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in the junior high gym. The GEAR-UP program provides allows students and their parents to learn about many educational opportunities. Additionally, the program assists students in organizing and provides tutoring where needed. Final tests done Students completed their […]

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By Dave Wagner: Freedom Newspapers ALBUQUERQUE — Hope Christian converted 20-of-29 free throws in the fourth quarter and rallied for a 43-40 victory over defending champion and top-seeded Portales Friday night in the Class 3A girls state championship game at The Pit. The second-seeded Huskies (27-4), who moved up to 3A this season after losing […]

Robertson rams Portales

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By Mickey Winfield: PNT staff writer In a gym that has seen some fantastic finishes this season, there was no miracle ending for the Portales Rams Saturday night. The Las Vegas Robertson Cardinals shocked a packed Portales High School gymnasium with a 36-33 upset of the Rams in the first round of the Class 3A […]

Late drive drops Hounds to 1-2

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By Dave Wagner: Freedom Newspapers BLACKWATER DRAW — In a game of ebb and flow, it looked like Eastern New Mexico University’s football team would ride out the last wave. Central Oklahoma controlled most of the first half, while the Greyhounds had the better of it for much of the second — until junior quarterback […]

Zias continue fall, lose to Highlands

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Freedom Newspapers The Eastern New Mexico University volleyball team is having one of those years where going to a fifth game has proven to be tough. The Zias saw their losing streak reach nine matches on Tuesday when they bowed to New Mexico Highlands 28-30, 30-25, 30-28, 20-30, 15-10 at Greyhound Arena. ENMU fell to […]

Student housing gets regents’ final approval

By Karl Terry: PNT Managing Editor Eastern New Mexico University regents gave final approval on two student housing projects Thursday during their regular meeting. The projects would provide student housing complexes at the Portales and Roswell campuses that are to be privately owned and financed through the sale of bonds that would be repaid from […]

Coyotes fall to Magdalena in regional final

PNT staff MAGDALENA — Host Magdalena used two big innings to beat Dora 13-4 on Tuesday in the finals of a Class 1A regional tournament. The tourney was one of two three-team events involving district runnersup to determine the final two spots in next week’s 1A state tournament. The other six berths were filled by […]

Hounds ousted from conference tourney

Freedom Newspapers DURANT, Okla. — Eastern New Mexico University scored the first basket Tuesday night. The rest was pretty much downhill. Junior guard Jason Stampley led five players in double figures with 21 points and Southeastern Oklahoma routed the Greyhounds 93-63 in a first-round game of the Lone Star Conference tournament Southeastern (18-9), the No. […]

Budget wins final legislative approval, heads to governor

By Barry Massey SANTA FE — Gov. Bill Richardson is withholding judgment on a nearly $5.1 billion budget measure that won final approval in the Legislature. Richardson, who had sharply criticized earlier budget proposals by lawmakers, declined to say whether he will accept or reject the spending measure that was approved Tuesday. The Legislature is […]

Clovis streak snapped at 36

Freedom Newspapers LEVELLAND, Texas — For most of the game Tuesday night, the Clovis High girls’ 36-game winning streak seemed safe. Clovis’ lead stayed seven to 11 points from early in the second quarter until the final minute. However, Levelland rallied late, tying the game on a desperation 3-pointer from just short of halfcourt by […]