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  • Lobos win on late basket
    LAS VEGAS (AP) — Jordan Goodman’s tip-in with 9.1 seconds left lifted New Mexico past UNLV 71-69 on Wednesday night for its 11th win in 13 games at the Thomas & Mack Center. Christian Wood’s basket cut UNLV’s deficit to 69-67 with 1:42 left and his dunk a minute later tied it at 69. After Goodman’s basket, UNLV had its layup attempt stripped at the buzzer. Hugh Greenwood had 22 points and eight rebounds for New Mexico (13-6, 5-2 Mountain West). The Lobos have held their opponents under 70 points in every game this season. Greenwood’s sixth and final 3-pointer gave New Mexico a 63-60 lead. Wood scored 20 points for UNLV (10-9, 1-5), and Rashad Vaughn and Patrick McCaw added 13 apiece. UNLV went on a 7-0 run, capped by Vaughn’s 3-pointer, to take a 50-48 lead. New Mexico quickly tied it up, and Arthur Edwards steal and dunk gave New Mexico a 52-50 lead.  
  • Ski Report 1-22-15
    Angel Fire 34-inch base. 13 inches of new snow reported. 69 trails and 7 lifts open. Pajarito 26-inch base. 7 inches of new snow reported. Will open Saturday. Red River 30-inch base. 4 inches of new snow reported. 44 trails and 7 lifts. Sandia Peak 12-inch base. 8 inches of new snow reported. Will open when conditions permit. Sipapu 36-inch base. 9 inches of new snow reported. 41 trails and 5 lifts open. Ski Apache 40-inch base. 14 inches of new snow reported. 52 trails and 8 lifts open. Ski Santa Fe 40-inch base. 6 inches of new snow reported. 68 trails and 6 lifts open. Taos 42-inch base. 9 inches of new snow reported. 60 trails and 14 lifts open. Angel Fire Nordic 25-inch base. 13 inches of new snow reported. 5 trails open. Chama XC Conditions not reported. Enchanted Forest 24-inch base. 4 inches of new snow reported. 33 trails open. Valles Caldera Conditions not reported. Open weekends.
  • Tuesday's prep scores
    Boys basketball Alamogordo 70, Mayfield 64 Albuquerque Academy 56, Bernalillo 53, OT Albuquerque High 66, Manzano 38 Atrisco Heritage 51, Eldorado 43 Bloomfield 65, Aztec 50 Carlsbad 63, Artesia 40 Cibola 60, Highland 44 Cleveland 80, Española Valley 60 Clovis 85, Goddard 78 Cobre 51, Tularosa 50 Del Norte 72, Rio Grande 64 Deming 57, Silver 49 Dora 55, Tatum 42 Hope Christian 57, Volcano Vista 46 Kirtland Central 81, Farmington 71 La Cueva 67, Capital 56 Lovington 51, Portales 37 Pojoaque Valley 47, St. Michael’s 37 West Mesa 62, Miyamura 36 Girls basketball Amarillo, Texas 49, Portales 39 Belen 53, Del Norte 48, OT Bernalillo 52, Albuquerque Academy 46, OT Clayton 45, Springer 24 Farmington 54, Kirtland Central 51 Grady 45, Des Moines 26 Grants 56, Wingate 20 Hope Christian 36, Volcano Vista 24 Roswell 68, Clovis 59 Sandia Prep 62, Socorro 28 West Las Vegas 61, Mora 43
  • Ski Report 1-14-15
    Angel Fire 29-inch base. 3 inches of new snow reported. 60 trails and 6 lifts open. Pajarito 18-inch base. One-half inch of new snow reported. Will open when conditions permit. Red River 30-inch base. 3 inches of new snow reported. 44 trails and 7 lifts open. Sandia Peak 10-inch base. 1 inch of new snow reported. Will open when conditions permit. Sipapu 30-inch base. 2 inches of new snow reported. 40 trails and 5 lifts open. Ski Apache 51-inch base. One-half inch of new snow reported. 47 trails and 6 lifts open. Ski Santa Fe 38-inch base. 5 inches of new snow reported. 71 trails and 6 lifts open. Taos 38-inch base. 5 inches of new snow reported. 60 trails and 14 lifts open.
  • Ski Report 1-8-15
    Angel Fire 28-inch base. No new snow reported. 68 trails and 6 lifts open. Pajarito 19-inch base. No new snow reported. Will open when conditions permit. Red River 30-inch base. No new snow reported. 44 trails and 7 lifts open. Sandia Peak 12-inch base. No new snow reported. Will open when conditions permit. Sipapu 30-inch base. No new snow reported. 41 trails and 3 lifts open. Ski Apache 46-inch base. No new snow reported. 47 trails and 6 lifts open. Ski Santa Fe 37-inch base. No new snow reported. 73 trails and 6 lifts open. Taos 36-inch base. No new snow reported. 60 trails and 14 lifts open. Angel Fire Nordic 8-inch base. No new snow reported. Chama XC 33-inch base. No new snow reported. Enchanted Forest 24-inch base. No new snow reported. 33 trails open. Valles Caldera 4-inch base. No new snow reported. Open weekends only.
  • Ski Report 12-31-14
    Angel Fire 32-inch base. No new snow reported. 71 trails and 7 lifts open. Pajarito 17-inch base. 1 inch of new snow reported. Will open when conditions permit. Red River 30-inch base. No new snow reported. 37 trails and 6 lifts open. Sandia Peak 13-inch base. 1 inch of new snow reported. Will open when conditions permit. Sipapu 32-inch base. No new snow reported. 40 trails and 5 lifts open. Ski Apache 36-inch base. No new snow reported. 47 trails and 5 lifts open. Ski Santa Fe 44-inch base. No new snow reported. 71 trails and 7 lifts open. Taos 38-inch base. No new snow reported. 60 trails and 14 lifts open. Angel Fire Nordic 8-inch base. No new snow reported. 5 trails open. Chama XC 45-inch base. No new snow reported. Enchanted Forest 20-inch base. No new snow reported. 33 trails open. Valles Caldera 6-inch base. 2 inches of new snow reported. Open weekends only.
  • LA falls in Poe Corn first round
    The Los Alamos Hilltopper boys basketball team dropped its opening round game of the Poe Corn Invitational to co-host Goddard Monday night. The Rockets outscored Los Alamos 20-4 in the second quarter to turn the game into a lopsided affair. The Rockets cruised from that point to win 69-41. Los Alamos has been a regular at the Poe Corn tournament for the past several seasons. The Poe Corn, one of the oldest basketball tournaments in the state, is played in Roswell. Los Alamos continues the Poe Corn through Wednesday. Today, the Hilltoppers were scheduled to play the Belen Eagles in the consolation bracket. Goddard went up by 6 points after one quarter Monday before quickly putting the game out of reach in the second quarter. The Rockets (7-4) have been a little all over the place this year, running hot-and-cold throughout most of the season, but looked to be hot Monday night. For the Hilltoppers (1-8), they are still seeking their second win of the year. They are 0-5 against Class 5A schools. Monday’s game was the first for Los Alamos since its Dec. 19 loss against Rio Grande. Belen (4-5) lost to Farmington 48-42 to fall into the consolation bracket. The Eagles have already lost this season to the Hilltoppers’ District 2-5A rival, Del Norte, 54-40 on Dec. 12.
  • Fishing Report 12-26-14
    Northwest
  • Ski Report 12-24-14
    Angel Fire 26-inch base. 4 inches of new snow reported. 56 trails and 7 lifts open. Pajarito 13-inch base. No new snow reported. Will open when conditions permit. Red River 20-inch base. No new snow reported. 20 trails and 5 lifts open. Sandia Peak 8-inch base. No new snow reported. Will open when conditions permit. Sipapu 28-inch base. No new snow reported. 32 trails and 5 lifts open. Ski Apache 30-inch base. 5 inches of new snow reported. 4 trails and 3 lifts open. Ski Santa Fe 41-inch base. No new snow reported. 63 trails and 7 lifts open. Taos 36-inch base. 7 inches of new snow reported. 60 trails and 14 lifts open. Angel Fire Nordic 8-inch base. No new snow reported. 5 trails open. Chama XC 31-inch base. 6 inches of new snow reported. Enchanted Forest 12-inch base. No new snow reported. 28 trails open. Valles Caldera 1-inch base. One-half inch of new snow reported. Will open when conditions permit.
  • Lobos stunned by Grand Canyon
    The Grand Canyon University Antelopes hit some timely 3-pointers Tuesday night to upset the University of New Mexico Lobos in Phoenix. The Antelopes (7-7) shot 50 percent from behind the circle as they knocked off the Lobos 68-65. That loss snapped UNM’s 5-game win streak. “They played with much more urgency than we did,” UNM coach Craig Neal said. “That’s my fault. They (the Lobos) think they’re better than they are, and we can’t play the last five minutes like we should’ve played the whole game and expect to win. … That’s part of being a new team.” UNM (8-4) made just 8 field goals in the first half. The team was paced by Hugh Greenwood’s 20 points.