Area Clovis 23, Carlsbad 15 Lovington 37, Portales 7 Texico 28, Tucumcari 7 Fort Sumner 46, Cloudcroft 18 6-man Clovis Christian 43, Roy 37 Dora 51, Elida 0 8-man Melrose 36, Gateway Christian 34 Tatum 59, Floyd 6 Texas Farwell 41, Nazareth 6 Muleshoe 49, Littlefield 42 New Mexico Alamogordo 35, Onate 34 Animas 54, […]
Sports schedule Tuesday: Volleyball, San Jon, there, JH, JV, V, 4:30 p.m. Thursday: Volleyball, Fort Sumner, here, JH (A and B), JV, V, 4:30 p.m. Friday: Football, Hondo, Here, JH and V, 1 p.m Volleyball, Grady, JV (two games), 5 p.m. Saturday: Volleyball, Roy/Mosquero, Here, V (two games), 1 p.m.
Area football Class 5A Clovis 33, Artesia 25 8-man Melrose 28, Mountainair 22 6-man Lake Arthur 50, Elida 0 Texas Class 1A Farwell 27, Bovina 13 Class 2A Muleshoe 41, Slaton 12 New Mexico Carrizozo 26, Magdalena 12 Cleveland 42, Valley 0 Crownpoint 48, Wingate 0 Dalhart, Texas 31, Clayton 0 Dulce 28, Ramah 0 […]
Compiled by LSC sports information staff Angelo State 20, Central Oklahoma 0 Dekkar Williams had an interception and a forced fumble to help lead Angelo State to its first shutout since 2002 in a 20-0 win over Central Oklahoma at San Angelo Stadium on Saturday. The Rams (3-0) forced four Bronchos’ turnovers, and limited UCO […]
The interlude page in the algebra book was the subject of the humor. Well, actually I am the only one who got the humor. Interlude pages, as I call them, are those pages between chapters, that give you subjects like Math Applied To Life. This one featured positive and negative numbers, so the picture accompanying […]
Area Rio Rancho Cleveland 49, Clovis 14 Fort Sumner 44, McCurdy 16 Class 3A Portales 42, Raton 20 6-man Vaughn 41, Elida 0 Clovis Christian 60, New Mexico School for the Deaf 14 Texas Farwell 30, Tucumcari 15 Dimmitt 34, Bovina 33 New Mexico Albuquerque Academy 49, Bernalillo 3 Artesia 41, Deming 33 Aztec 63, […]
No. 6 Texas A&M-Kingsville 19, Minot State 7 Despite struggles on offense, No. 6 Texas A&M-Kingsville defeated visiting Minot State, 19-7 on Saturday night at Javelina Stadium in front of 13,121 fans. The Beavers (0-3) struck the first blow in the game when Zac Rudolph connected on a wide receiver reverse pass to Jabari Taylor. […]
Sharna Johnson Bill Parson is known as Portales Rams’ greatest fan. Whether he’s sitting with the band during football games — he’s been named an honorary band member — marching with them in a parade, or breaking out across the field to wave a flag in celebration of a scored touchdown, Parson has become a […]
Freedom New Mexico As football fans, we’re pleased to see the National Football League’s players and owners reach a new labor agreement that saves the 2011 season. But, as defenders of free-market principles, we admit that the NFL labor agreement has us puzzled. That’s because this labor dispute doesn’t fit neatly into the traditional battle […]
Freedom New Mexico RICHARDSON, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University’s football team has been picked for seventh place in the Lone Star Conference’s preseason poll in what is now a nine-team league for the sport. Despite the relatively low projection, the Greyhounds received one first-place vote in balloting by LSC football coaches and sports information […]
Good morning and welcome to the Freedom New Mexico Tuesday briefing. Green goes green Verti-I-Go Wind/Abundant Energy’s initial turbine is under construction at their site at the southeast corner of the intersection of Curry County Road 8 and County Road I. The ground level structure that houses the gear box, generator, and other mechanical parts […]
Freedom New Mexico Eastern New Mexico University will begin spring football drills with a 3:30 p.m. practice today at the Greyhounds’ practice facility. ENMU will have 15 practice/scrimmage dates, including the Green & Silver spring game finale at 4 p.m. on April 23 at Greyhound Stadium. All but four of the sessions are scheduled for […]
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Freedom New Mexico Eastern New Mexico University football coach Mark Ribaudo is looking forward to a big haul today on college football signing day. Ribaudo said the Greyhounds are hoping to sign up to 26 high school players. Five of them are from New Mexico, but he said the quality is high. “I think they’re […]
PORTALES, N.M. — Junior place kicker Taylor Cannon (Los Lunas, N.M./Los Lunas HS) from the Eastern New Mexico University football team has been selected Honorable Mention Don Hansen Football Gazette All-American, for his outstanding performance during the 2010 season. The award marks the third All-American Honor for the Greyhounds this season and the seventh in […]
Clyde Davis I’m not a likely candidate to complain about too much football on TV, or too much sports in general. In fact, confronted with the frequent wasteland that occupies the “Glass Teat”, in Harlan Ellison’s terms, sports is often the best available option. However, it seemed a bit ludicrous, (though I watched it anyway), […]
Jan. 23, 1962: The Portales News-Tribune: Plans for the first Sunshine Football Coaching Clinic at Eastern New Mexico University, March 9-10, were progressing rapidly, reported head football coach Carl Richardson, clinic director.
Dec. 13, 1956: The Portales Daily News: The Greyhound football banquet given annually by H.T. Brassell was at 6 o’clock in the Conestoga room of Cal Boykin. D.H. Reed, professor in social studies and the first football coach at Eastern New Mexico University, was the toastmaster.
Karl Terry I think maybe I watch too much football. The other night watching the Arizona Cardinals listening to the announcers call running back “Beanie” Wells name, I proclaimed that was a great football name. Definitely not the best, I said to myself, thinking “Mean Joe” Greene, but good. I assumed “Beanie” was his given […]