Floyd teams sweep past San Jon

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By Kevin Wilson FLOYD — Once fouls stopped being a problem for Floyd, the Broncos were a major problem for the San Jon Coyotes. Jerrod Long recovered from early foul trouble to lead the Broncos with 15 points, and Floyd moved to .500 early in the season with a 61-30 rout Thursday at Floyd High [...]

Zias take easy win at Central Oklahoma

Freedom Newspapers EDMOND, Okla. — Junior post Loren Scarlett’s 3-pointer put Eastern New Mexico University ahead for good early in the second half and the Zias went on to beat Central Oklahoma 69-54 Thursday night in a Lone Star Conference women’s crossover game. Scarlett led four players in double figures with 15 points as Eastern [...]

Tatum sweeps Broncos in opening games

By Mike Linn FLOYD — Tatum’s annoying full-court press forced the Floyd Broncos to cough up the ball more times in 32 minutes than an average pee-wee football team does in one season. With two more turnovers, the host Broncos would have averaged a turnover for every minute played. But 30 was enough for a [...]

Hounds, Zias win in tourney openers

Freedom Newspapers MARYVILLE, Mo. — Clovis junior Irshaun Pinckney led four Eastern New Mexico University players in double figures with 16 points Friday night as the Greyhounds rallied from a 10-point deficit in the final five minutes to edge Rockhurst 67-63 in the semifinals of the four-team Ryland Miller Classic men’s tournament, hosted by Northwest [...]

ENMU News and Notes

By Dave Wagner IT’S PRETTY HARD TO win a basketball game with 31 turnovers. Of course, it helps if you dominate the boards 59-33 and shoot 22 of 27 from the free throw line. All those numbers accompanied Sunday’s season-opening 65-55 road win for the Eastern New Mexico University women’s basketball team over Colorado-Colorado Springs. [...]

ENMU volleyball team finishes regular season strong

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By Dave Wagner Already assured a spot in the Lone Star Conference tournament, the Eastern New Mexico University volleyball team picked up a shot of confidence Saturday in its LSC South Division finale. The Zias rallied back from a pair of one-game deficits, riding a strong overall defensive performance and 25 kills from junior outside [...]

Zia soccer avoids LSC cellar

By Dave Wagner The first-year Eastern New Mexico University women’s soccer team assured itself on Friday that it won’t finish at the bottom of the Lone Star Conference this season. The Zias got two goals in a span of 3 1/2 minutes of the second half and staved off Southwestern Oklahoma 2-1, also earning their [...]

Abilene Christian beats Greyhounds again

Freedom Newspapers ABILENE, Texas — Abilene Christian did it to the Eastern New Mexico University Greyhounds again. Senior running back Richard Whitaker capped a nine-play, 80-yard drive with his second touchdown of the night Saturday, an 8-yard run which put the Wildcats in front for good with 6:47 left en route to a 24-14 victory [...]

Rams lose second straight

By Kevin Wilson ROSWELL — For the final 33 minutes of Friday night’s game, the Portales Rams dominated the Goddard Rockets and showed they were capable of hanging with a Class 4A football team. Unfortunately for the visiting Rams, high school football games are 48 minutes long, and the first 15 minutes were all the [...]

Clovis moves past Portales in four games

By Kevin Wilson In the matchup between sister cities, big sister won yet again. The visiting Lady Wildcats struggled at times, but had enough in the tank for a 25-11, 28-26, 21-25, 25-17 win over Portales Thursday evening at Portales High School. Clovis earned a season sweep of Portales (3-0) and moved to 10-1 on [...]