Five-run sixth boosts Texans past ENMU

CMI staff ABILENE, Texas — Tarleton State scored five runs in the bottom of the sixth, putting seven consecutive hitters on base after the leadoff man was retired, and the Texans went on to an 8-2 win over Eastern New Mexico University on Saturday in the ACU Classic four-team round-robin, hosted by Abilene Christian. Leading […]

Sixth-ranked Skyhawks hold off Zias

Larry Booker Coming off a 5-21 season with a first-year head coach, one might assume the Zias would find themselves overmatched in their season opener against the No. 6-ranked team in NCAA Division II. This would not be the case Saturday night as ENMU battled down to the final minutes in their 84-74 loss to […]

My turn: Students appreciative of veterans

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I had a great time hanging out with Lindsey-Steiner fifth and sixth graders Thursday, talking to them about the lameness of Justin Bieber, the hotness of Taylor Lautner and their excitement over their Bring a Veteran to School Day, which is being held today. Kids have changed since I was in sixth grade, but hearing […]

Portales team headed for national youth football tournament

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Alisa Boswell A team of Portales fifth- and sixth-graders are gearing up to compete in the Nationals Youth Football Championships. “We heard of it through Sammy Herrera, a league director in Texas,” Portales City League coach Kory Webb said. “He got with me and let me know what was going on. I signed my team […]

ENMU women sixth at Tech rodeo

Freedom New Mexico LUBBOCK — Senior Shambrae Williams and junior Victoria Codgill won the first go of barrel racing and breakaway roping, respectively, in last weekend’s Texas Tech rodeo, pacing Eastern New Mexico University’s women to a sixth-place team finish with 95 team points. Weatherford College took team honors with 450 points for the women, […]

Cardinals knock off Zias

Freedom New Mexico Incarnate Word took advantage of four Eastern New Mexico University errors to score four unearned runs Thursday in a 7-3 Lone Star Conference South Division softball victory at Zia Field. The Cardinals (27-20, 11-5 South) scored an unearned run in the first and added single runs in the fourth, fifth and sixth […]

ENMU briefs — April 20

Sixth Annual ENMU Mud Volleyball Open Registration The sixth annual Mud Volleyball tournament is set for 10 a.m. May 7 on the lawn behind Lincoln Hall. All the proceeds go to student scholarships. Mud Volleyball is hosted by ENMU Foundation and the Associated Students of ENMU. Community members are encouraged to register for the tournament. […]

Zias sixth, Hounds 11th in Howard rodeo

Freedom New Mexico BIG SPRING, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University’s women placed sixth while the men were 11th over the weekend in the Howard College rodeo. Soplhomore Jessie Kirkes of Carlsbad took second in goat tying for the Zias with a time of 21.5 seconds after splitting first and second in the short go. […]

ENMU mens’ rodeo team finishes sixth at Ranger College Rodeo

RANGER, Texas — Freshman Logan Medlin helped the Eastern New Mexico University men’s team to a sixth-place finished this past weekend at the Ranger College Rodeo. Medlin, from Tatum, teamed with R.H. Whitten of New Mexico Junior College to take second in the first-go with a time of 6.7 seconds, and won the short-go at […]

Portales Past: July 12, 1955

July 12, 1955: A California woman visiting relatives near Arch was killed when she lost control of her vehicle 12 miles southwest of Portales. The Portales Valley News reported the traffic death was the sixth in Roosevelt County this year — “more than any recent year, and probably an all-time tragic record.”