Pojoaque competes in District 2-4A that includes Espanola Valley High School, Los Alamos High School, Moriarty High School and Taos High School. Pojoaque was 3-5 in district play last season. The Elks play in three tournaments in December, including their own Ben Lujan Tournament. 
“When you say you’re rebuilding, you’re saying you expect to be a good team in like two years,” Espinoza said. “I think we can be a contender again this season.”
The Elkettes first four games are on the road. Their first home game is Dec. 10 against Del Norte High School.
Fishing Report: New Mexico Department of Game and Fish
This fishing report, provided by Dustin Berg of Go Unlimited (supporting disabled anglers) and the Department of Game and Fish, has been generated from the best information available from area officers and anglers.
Peñasco entered the championships on a roll after knocking off previously-unbeaten Coronado High School 25-23, 25-22, 22-25, 25-7 in the District 5-2A championship game Nov. 7 at Coronado. The victory likely earned the Lady Panthers their ninth-seed in the Class 2A state volleyball tournament.