They say football games are won in the trenches, where big linemen battle each other looking to protect their quarterback and open holes to give their running backs some running room. Under that criteria, the Española Valley High School Sundevils should win some games…
Pojoaque Valley High School and Espanola Valley High School renewed what once was one of the best rivalries in Northern New Mexico Jan. 20 at Edward Medina Gym in Espanola.
Española Valley High School gained a measure of revenge against Gallup High School with a 74-66 victory over the Lady Bengals Jan. 10 at Española.
The Española Valley High School boys basketball team picked up a pair of victories last week, defeating two Class 4A teams from District 2-4A. The Sundevils defeated Robertson High School 67-59 Jan. 4 and St. Michael’s High School Jan. 7 with both games being played at Española.
Sundevils Stage Miraculous Comeback, Beat Eldorado By GEORGE MORSEValley Daily Post Española Valley High School’s 72-70 come-from- behind victory over Eldorado High School of Albuquerque was more than just a comeback. It was a resurrection. The Española boys basketball team looked dead and buried by halftime against Class 6A Eldorado Dec. 30 at the Rio […]
The Española Valley High School boys basketball team avenged their only loss so far this season with a 54-47 victory over Grants High School Dec. 23 at Española.
A young Española Valley High School wrestling team picked up more experience just before the Christmas holidays, hosting a triangular meet with local rival Pojoaque Valley High School and the Robertson High School junior varsity.
The New Mexico legislature took time on Wednesday, Feb 10 to honor the Española Valley High School Sundevil football team for their outstanding performance in the 2015 season.
Representative Debbie Rodella sponsored a house certificate honoring the 2015 Sundevils football team, Head Coach Miguel Medina and all the assistant coaches for achieving a school record 9-1 regular season, becoming district champions, and for going to the first round of the state tournament.
The Española Valley High School Lady Sundevils won their second tournament championship so far this season, knocking off host St. Michael’s High School 51-33 in the championship game of the Lady Horsemen Tournament Dec. 30 in Santa Fe. Española had taken first place in the Jaguar Invitational Tournament Dec. 5 in Santa Fe.
The Espanola Valley High School Sundevils ran into a tall and talented team from Pueblo, Colorado in the opening round of the Al Armendariz Tournament hosted by Capital High School Thursday (12/3) in Santa Fe…