The Pojoaque Valley High School boys basketball team is headed in the right direction after winning the championship game of their own Ben Lujan Memorial tournament with a 72-61 victory over the Santa Fe Indian School Braves Dec. 21 at Pojoaque.
Santa Fe Indian School Lady Braves couldn’t come up with another comeback and lost to Tohatchi High School 50-38 in the championship game Dec. 14 at Capital High School. Indian School is 5-2 on the season. The Braves host Wingate High School Thursday in Santa Fe.
“We flat out need to be better. I need to be better, the boys need to be better. We are growing up and learning each and every game. The wins and the losses teach us something and it’s all necessary and part of the process.” Gabe Martinez, Head coach of Española Valley boy's basketball.
Santa Fe Indian School Lady Braves defeated Capital High School 53-49 to advance to. The championship game at the Al Armendariz tournament. The Lady Braves will take on the Cleveland Storm in the championship game tonight at Pueblo Pavilion located on the campus of the Santa Fe Indian School. Game time is scheduled for 6:30 P.M.