Española Runner Qualifies For 2015 USATF National Junior Olympic Cross Country Championships

by Staff Reporter / Nov 29, 2015 / 0 comments

Española native Zachary Montoya travelled to Albuquerque Saturday, Nov. 21 to run in the 2015 USA Track & Field Regional Junior Olympic Cross Country Championships. Zachary ran Unattached and placed first in the Region 16, Men’s 17-18 Age Division. He will now proceed...

Ranking For Playoffs May Have Hurt Sundevils

by Staff Reporter / Nov 27, 2015 / 0 comments

When the seedings and brackets for the Class 5A state football playoffs came out, Española Valley High School’s opening-round matchup against Farmington High School raised a red flag for me. Not because of Española ’s being seeded fifth after their fine 9-1 record during the regular season, but how did a team like Farmington end up being the 12th and last seed...

Sundevils “Hum” Along: Top Taos, 87-56,

by Staff Reporter / Nov 26, 2015 / 0 comments

The Española Valley High School Sundevils (2-0) traveled up State Road 68 Tuesday, Nov. 24 and took on the Taos Tigers in their “House”. The Sundevils jumped out to an early lead within the first five minutes and never looked back putting a hash mark in the win column...

Mesa Vista Trojans Win Season Opener

by Staff Reporter / Nov 24, 2015 / 0 comments

Mesa Vista Boys Basketball traveled to Menual High School on Friday, November 20th, in a Class 2A non district match up to open the 2015 season with a 62-45 win. 

Area Basketball Scores

by Staff Reporter / Nov 24, 2015 / 0 comments

EVHS Sundevils Win Basketball Season Opener

Beat Gallup Bengals, 64-49

The Espanola Valley Sundevils, (1-O), basketball team won their season opener against the Gallup Bengals, (O-1), 64-49. The Sundevils were down at the Half, 22-25. In the third Quarter the Sundevils came out firing...

Changing District Alignments Bring New Rival For Sundevils

by Staff Reporter / Nov 24, 2015 / 0 comments

Morse Sports and Outdoors

By George Morse
The new district alignments in state high school sports for the 2016-2018 seasons were announced Nov. 20 by the New Mexico Activities Association. Local high schools will say goodbye to some of their former rivals in district competition and welcome new ones.

In some cases, old rivalries will be renewed. In others, traditional rivalries will no longer have the significance of district competition. New rivalries will emerge

Northern Over WNMU in Quadruple Overtime

by Staff Reporter / Nov 18, 2015 / 0 comments

Northern Over WNMU in Quadruple Overtime

From a Press Release

Sensational Sundevils Miraculous Season Ends As District Champs Fall In Opening Round Of State Playoffs

by Staff Reporter / Nov 15, 2015 / 0 comments

       Valley Daily Post

And it came to pass, the Espanola Valley’s “Sensational Sundevils” miraculous football season ended Saturday Nov. 14 as they failed to advance out of Round One of the NMAA State Football Playoffs, falling to the Farmington Scorpions at Sundevil Stadium, 48 to 2O. It looked promising for the Sundevils and their fans early on when the Sundevils scored first...

Escalante Lobos Win 2nd Straight State Championship

by Staff Reporter / Nov 15, 2015 / 0 comments

      Valley Daily Post

Escalante High School came from behind to tie the score at halftime, took the lead in the fourth quarter and held off the Fort Sumner High School Foxes for a 28-20 victory to win their second straight Class 2A state football championship Nov. 14 in Tierra Amarilla...

Eagles Shooting & Turnovers Result In Loss To Arizona Christian U.

by Staff Reporter / Nov 14, 2015 / 0 comments

The Eagles faced the #4 NAIA Division 1 team in the country, Arizona Christian University Wednesday, Nov. 10. The first half was a low scoring defensive game, as both teams had a difficult time getting the ball in the basket...