The Los Alamos School Board met on Thursday, Aug. 27 for a work session. All board members were in attendance. In addition, over 300 parents, students, staff and community members viewed the meeting via Zoom.
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Only team members, officials, and essential facility and tournament workers will be allowed in the buildings. Members of the media will not be allowed entrance to either facility.
The win sets up a showdown against Taos High School Saturday at Espanola with the winner claiming the District 2-4A regular season championship. Tip-off is scheduled for 7:00pm at Edward Medina Gymnasium.
“They jumped out to a lead and hit some shots,” Pojoaque Coach Thomas Vigil said. “We weren’t patient enough early. We could never establish any sort of rhythm.”
The Sundevils came away with a 67-55 victory over the Los Alamos High School Hilltoppers Jan. 28 at Espanola.
Pojoaque Valley High School did what they needed to do in their District 2-4A opener against rival Espanola Valley High School Jan. 21 at Pojoaque.
Local high school teams in District 2-4A begin district competition this week.
The Española Valley High School Lady Sundevils lost to Gallup High School 75-57 Saturday night at Española.
Elkettes Defeat The Lady Braves 54-52 With A 3-Pointer Wednesday Night With Two Seconds Left On The Clock
Pojoaque Valley High School’s Alissa Herrera sank a three-pointer from the right corner with two seconds left to play to give The Elkettes a 54-52 victory over Santa Fe Indian School in a thrilling girls basketball game tonight at Pojoaque’s Ben Lujan Memorial Gym.