Oct. 5 Elida News

Big Brothers Big Sisters The Big Brothers Big Sisters school-based mentoring initiative program continues at Elida High School. The following students have volunteered to be a Big Brother or a Big Sister to students who attend Elida Elementary School: Kodi Armitage, Jewlie Paiz, Thomas West, Clayton Ford, Brandy Hudson, Valeria Rascon, Alicia Cross-Smith, and Lindsey […]

Oct. 2 School News

Floyd School News Upcoming Events • Booster Club will meet at 6 p.m Monday in the Community Building. • There will be no school Oct. 10 for Columbus Day. • School board will meet Oct. 11. Football Saturday–Jr. High and Varsity vs. Logan Longhorns at Floyd, 11a.m. Volleyball Tuesday–Jr. High, JV, and Varsity vs. Texico […]

9-14 Elida News

Dianne Kemp Lady Tiger volleyball The next Varsity Lady Tiger volleyball game is Saturday at Goddard. Art class Michelle Chambers’ art class has created Japanese Notan Designs and written diamante poems to accompany the designs. Diamante poems are written to resemble a diamond. Students’ work is currently displayed in the hallways of Elida High School. […]

Libero usage may vary

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Kevin Wilson: Managing Editor The word doesn’t exist in a standard dictionary, but it has a meaning in volleyball. What that meaning is depends on who and when you ask. The word is libero, and it’s one that high school volleyball fans will be more familiar with as the sports season progresses. The libero is […]

Camp has Olympic presence

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By Kevin Wilson After playing volleyball on a collegiate and international level, it could be understood if high school players were unimpressive to Ruth Lowanson. However, that wasn’t the case as the incoming head coach of Angelo State University started the first day of the annual Portales Ram Volleyball Camp. “I think these girls are […]

Amazing Portales turnout

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By Tony Parra: PNT Staff Writer While Hillary Boerio of Portales was singing “Amazing Graze” at the downtown square, there were interviews being conducted for “The Amazing Race” CBS show at Big Valley Auto. The Portales Fire Department held a water cannon competition to go with the Christian music, water volleyball, balloons and snow cones […]

Zia assistant moving on

By Dave Wagner After 15 years as an Eastern New Mexico University volleyball assistant, Sia Poyer has decided it’s time to move on. The 37-year-old native of American Samoa has accepted the head coaching position at Division II Valdosta (Ga.) State in the Gulf South Conference, where he will try to turn around a struggling […]

District 3-1A selects top volleyball players

PNT Staff Class 1A state champion Fort Sumner dominated the District 3-1A volleyball first-team selections, earning six spots on the 14-person squad. Representing the Vixens on the first team were seniors Leslie Wood, Kayla Britain, Tobea Patterson, Sandy Fortner and Kelly Fortner, and junior Julie Wood. Junior Lindsay Mansell was an honorable mention selection for […]

Rams, Lady Rams begin basketball practice

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By Dave Wagner Portales High girls basketball coach will miss the four seniors who graduated from last year’s Class 3A two-time state championship team, including her daughter, point guard Roni Gomez. But she’s optimistic as the Lady Rams begin practice this week for the 2004-05 season. “It’ll be hard to replace the guards, but I […]

Oct. 24 Dora School News

By Charlie Carmichael Dora School News This is going to be a busy week at the Dora School. Our volleyball girls will be involved in the volleyball tournament from Tuesday through Friday. On Wednesday there will be a NHS meeting at lunch with Mrs. Cone. On Thursday there student council meeting at lunch with Mrs. […]