Sports Briefs July 31, 2008

Freedom New Mexico ENMU football to host clinics Eastern New Mexico University’s football coaches will host a coaching clinic and a women’s “football tutorial” at 6 p.m. Monday in Room 2 of Greyhound Arena. The coaching clinic is open to football coaches at all levels, while the women’s program is for women 18 years old […]

Religion Digest, April 18

Passover Seder planned A newly-formed Sabbath Bible Discussion Group will host a Passover Seder meal and celebration at 7 p.m. today at the Wesley Foundation student center at 1417 S. Avenue K in Portales. This year, Passover begins at sundown on Saturday. According to tradition, the Passover Seder is a Jewish ritual feast held to […]

1-30-08 Floyd News

Transitions Birthdays and Anniversaries: Wednesday — Don Essary, Linda West Friday — Bobbi Nall, Kathy Duncan Upcoming events • Seniors will meet Thursday at the Floyd Senior Citizens Center for games and fellowship. Potluck is at 6 p.m. and games begin at 7 p.m. • Lion’s club will meet Monday at 7:00pm 4-H meeting held […]

Shorthanded Hounds host WT tonight

By Dave Wagner: Freedom New Mexico Facing rival West Texas A&M was already a big challenge for the Eastern New Mexico University men’s basketball team, but it just got a lot bigger. When the Greyhounds entertain WT in a 7:30 p.m. Lone Star Conference South Division clash today at Greyhound Arena, their bench will be […]

ENMU teams host Commerce

By Dave Wagner: Freedom New Mexico Look past Texas A&M-Commerce’s 0-5 record and you see a team which is not that far from being pretty good. The Lions have been competitive in all of their games to this point and are looking to break into the win column in today’s 4 p.m. Lone Star Conference […]

Midwestern tops Hounds

Freedom New Mexico WICHITA, FALLS, Texas —Midwestern State scored three goals in the final 30 minutes and the Mustangs clinched a tie for the Southwest Soccer Conference title Friday with a 4-0 victory over Eastern New Mexico University. The Mustangs (17-2, 7-0 SSC) host second-place West Texas A&M on Sunday in the final league match […]

First responders host benefit softball game

PNT Staff Report Both the Portales Fire Department and the Portales Police Department will host the Guns and Hoses Cancer Benefit Softball game on Saturday, beginning at 3 p.m. at the Softball Complex. Drinks and hot dogs will be available. Raffle tickets are also being sold for a 37” TV. Tickets are $10 each or […]

September 13, 1996

• Lester L. Vinson, former pastor of the First Baptist Church of Elida was called to serve as interim pastor of Iglesia Bautista Bethel church, located on North Indio. • The Faith Temple Lady Conquerors were preparing to host an eight team volleyball match at the Baptist Children’s Home. • Southwest Books and More was getting set […]

Rams battle Wildcats tonight

PNT Staff Writer A clear front runner in the battle for the District 4-3A regular season title will emerge tonight, as the Portales Rams host the Lovington Wildcats at the Portales High School Gymnasium (7 p.m.) Both teams sit at 5-1 in district action with one game left to play. “The winner basically puts themselves […]

Soccer Hounds make playoffs

Freedom Newspapers Despite a 4-2 loss at home to West Texas A&M on Wednesday, the three-year-old Eastern New Mexico University men’s soccer team clinched its first Southwest Soccer Conference tournament berth when last-place Missouri Southern managed a 0-0 tie against Northeastern State at Joplin, Mo. The Greyhounds (4-10-3, 1-5-2 SSC), who finished their league slate […]

Rams split summer twinbill with Clovis

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Freedom Newspapers Portales had plenty of pitching in Tuesday’s doubleheader, but Clovis had enough patience to come out with a split. The sister cities split a summer league doubleheader at Bell Park, with the visiting Rams claiming an 8-3 win in the opener and Clovis taking an 11-1 win in six innings in the nightcap. […]

Portales Junior High School News: Jan. 15, 2006

By Billie Dixon Report cards issued Friday teachers gave report cards to all students in their sixth period classes. If students owed a library fine, the teacher either told the student or taped a little note to the report cards.   Basketball Schedule All four of the girls’ teams are in action in Clovis Tuesday […]

School news, menus

Menus Floyd Municipal Schools Breakfast Monday: Burrito, assorted cereal, choice of juices Tuesday: Breakfast pizza, assorted cereal, choice juices. Wednesday: Scrambled eggs, toast, choice of fruit juices. Thursday: Pancakes, sausage, assorted cereal, choice of fruit juices. Friday: Blueberry muffin, assorted cereal, choice of fruit juices. Lunch Monday: Beef burrito, salad, pinto beans. Tuesday: BBQ chicken, […]

Elida opens baseball season by beating Grady 9-5

ELIDA — Dylan Radcliff went 3-for-4 and eighth grader Cade Cathey homered Mondy to help Elida beat Grady 9-5 in the Tigers’ baseball opener. Freshman Wesley Gilmore pitched four innings to pick up the win. A junior varsity game was called because of darkness after three innings with the Bronchos leading 5-1. Elida returns to […]

Oct. 17 Dora School News

By Charlie Carmichael Things at the Dora School are moving along as usual and preparations are being made for our annual family fun night. This will be on Oct. 29 in the Rogers Gym. Booths and Bingo opens at 7 p.m. and the booth and ticket sales will close at 9 p.m. The bingo games […]

Aug. 22 Floyd School News

Watermelon Welcome The annual watermelon welcome will be at 6 p.m. on Monday. All parents and students are invited to visit and have fun with the faculty and staff under the big tree. The cheerleaders will be selling hamburgers and drinks. Watermelon is all-you-can-eat and is free. The cheerleaders will also have a cake auction. […]

NMMI beats Rams to force tie in District 4-3A

Freedom Newspapers ROSWELL — The New Mexico Military Institute Colts had something to play for, and it showed. Waige Turueke scored 14 points to lead the host Colts to a 53-36 victory over the Portales Rams Friday night in a District 4-3A contest. The Colts (9-12, 5-1 District 4-3A) forced a tie with Lovington for […]

Rams off to 2-0 start

Freedom Newspapers SHALLOWATER, Texas — For the second time in three seasons, the Portales Rams are in the championship game of the Shallowater Shootout. The Rams (2-0) won a pair of games on Thursday, beating Tulia 51-39 and host Shallowater 46-45. Portales will face Trinity Christian (Lubbock) at 7 p.m. (MST) tonight at Shallowater High […]