Coleman shows offensive game in win at Northeastern State

By Dave Wagner Garland Coleman, last year’s Lone Star Conference South Division men’s defensive player of the year, has shown this season that he can also do it on the offensive end. Coleman, a left-handed senior guard-forward from Chicago, was named the LSC South player of the Week Monday after averaging 18.3 points and 4.3 […]

Greyhounds looking for win to end season

By Dave Wagner Veteran Eastern New Mexico University football coach Bud Elliott doesn’t talk much about the possibility of winning his 200th game as a college head coach. Right now, he just wants to see the Greyhounds win a game. ENMU has dropped its last two games, leaving Elliott at 199 wins in 36 seasons, […]

Greyhounds face struggling West Texas A&M

By Dave Wagner It’s a long road back to respectability for the West Texas A&M football team, but second-year coach Ronnie Jones thinks the Buffaloes are headed in the right direction. WT brings a potent offense and a suspect defense into Saturday’s 1 p.m. Lone Star Conference South Division contest against Eastern New Mexico University […]

Hounds underdogs on the road

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By Dave Wagner History is not on the side of the Eastern New Mexico University Greyhounds this week as they continue their quest for the program’s first playoff bid in nearly two decades. The Hounds play at Texas A&M-Kingsville in a 6 p.m. (MST) start on Saturday. Eastern (6-2, 2-2 Lone Star Conference South Division) […]

Elida volleyball squad gets good start on loaded week

By Kevin Wilson DORA — It was an easy enough night for the Elida volleyball team, even when its coach was scoring a point for Dora. The visiting Lady Tigers got a good start on a loaded week, sweeping Dora in three games Monday night at Guy Luscombe Gymnasium. Elida (8-3, 3-0 District 3-1A) has […]

Homecoming features week full of events

Helena Rodriguez By Helena Rodriguez Freedom Newspapers Helena_Rodriguez@link.freedom.com Things are already starting to look green around town this week as Eastern New Mexico University kicks off its 2003 homecoming celebration. Under the theme “Classic Movies,” events have already kicked off, with many more planned throughout the week, all leading up to Saturday’s big homecoming parade […]

Hounds look to break streak against ACU

By Dave Wagner Gary Gaines has had a tough time against most teams in his three-plus seasons as the Abilene Christian football coach. But even though the Wildcats are 3-0 against ENMU in that time — and have won four in a row in the series overall — Gaines isn’t exactly licking his chops at […]

She was very much like a steel magnolia

David Stevens She enjoyed writing and painting and collecting Indian artifacts. She played the piano, acted as literary agent for creative family members and loved gardening. She was a beauty queen — Miss Roswell in 1947 — and could have been Miss New Mexico if she hadn’t caught the measles and been eliminated from the […]

Hounds look for 4-0 start

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By Dave Wagner This hasn’t been the kind of year Dennis Darnell expected. In the spring, the East Central football coach thought the Ada, Okla.-based Tigers were looking at a decent season. By the start of practice in August, though, he said ECU had lost around 16 players — including 10 potential starters — to […]

Rams get set for Mustangs

By Kevin Wilson If there was an opponent the Portales Rams needed reinforcements for, it would be the Denver City Mustangs. So it’s fortunate that coming into Friday’s 7 p.m. game against Denver City (2-0), the second-ranked Rams are as close as they’ll be to a full squad all season. Portales (3-0) gains back the […]