Track and field athletes from small high schools in Classes A-3A will have one last chance to qualify for the Class A-3A state track and field meet at various district meets throughout the state. Those athletes who have not yet qualified by time or distance can qualify for state by finishing first or second in their respective events at their district meets…
By GEORGE MORSE
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…
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New Mexico Youth Suicide Rate Declines But Still Very High The New Mexico high school student suicide rate is more than 60 percent higher than the national average. A Department of Health report finds self-reported suicide attempts among New Mexico high school students (grades 9-12) decreased by 35 percent over the past decade, from 14.5 percent in […]
Having heard of Pojoaque Valley’s success in the sport of cross-country, the Valley Daily Post was about to find out why with three words: Coach Allan Lockridge. Read on to learn more about this exceptional program.
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Boys & Girls District Teams Advance to State Basketball Championship
Northern New Mexico communities are celebrating as five of the Valley’s high school teams have advanced to the New Mexico Activities Association State Basketball Championship.
Click to read details of firt round games.