“Our seniors are playing with intensity,” Coach Williams said. “That helps our future, as our underclassmen are working hard.”
McCurdy Charter School junior Andres Martinez has been reunited with the Bobcats and it feels so good.
Lucretia Williams is in her first season as girls basketball coach at McCurdy Charter School. Williams is from Santa Clara Pueblo and a Pojoaque High School graduate.
“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.”
McCurdy dominated the match as Tierra Encantada had trouble receiving serve against the Lady Bobcats. Most points ended with an ace serve or with the Alacranes unable to get the ball back over the net more than a couple of times.
“They want structure and discipline,” Sanchez said. “As coach I have to give that to them because they want it. A coach has to inspire their players. That’s my job. I believe in them. That’s why I’m here.”
McCurdy Charter School survived an aerial bombardment by Santa Fe Prep School and came back in the fourth quarter to beat the Griffins 60-53 in District 2-3A game Jan. 27 at McCurdy.
The McCurdy Charter School football team manhandled the Santa Fe Indian School Braves 38-0 Sept.10 at McCurdy. The Bobcats ended two years of lopsided losses to Santa Fe Indian School during which the Braves had racked up over 100 points on the Bobcats. McCurdy utilized a punishing running game and a swarming defense to dominate the action.
The Class 2A McCurdy Charter School Lady Bobcats were the smallest school competing in the girls portion of the Ben Lujan Tournament hosted by Pojoaque Valley High School. Not only that, McCurdy does not have a player taller than 5 feet, 7 inches. It was their big hearts that carried them to a 36-34 upset of the Class 4A Santa Fe Indian School Lady Braves Dec. 17 in the opening round of the tournament.