• Fishing Report 03-08-13
     Northeast   Cabresto Lake: Work on the dam has been completed and the area has reopened to the public. 
 Charette Lakes: The fishing season opened March 1 but we had no reports from anglers this week. 
 Clayton Lake: Opening weekend was more about windy weather than fishing. A few anglers gave it a try but fishing was slow for all species. 
 Conchas Lake: Fishing pressure was light again this past week. The surface water temp was in the mid 40s. Fishing was slow for all species but there were a few walleye taken by anglers using jigging spoons. Anglers who wish to do so can still launch boats from the Cannon Cove area but should use extreme caution.
 Coyote Creek: We had no reports from anglers this week. 
 Eagle Nest Lake: Ice thickness over the weekend remained at about 24 inches. Fishing was very good using ice jigs tipped with worms or wax worms for perch. Fishing for trout was a bit sporadic but there were some good fish taken by anglers using jig and worm combinations, Power Bait and homemade dough bait. We had no report on other species. 
 Lake Alice: Closed to fishing at this time.

  • Boys basketball championship game scores
      Boys Basketball District 1AAAAA Championship Cibola 60, Volcano Vista 38 District 3AAAAA Championship Las Cruces 61, Gadsden 31 District 1AAAA Championship Farmington 68, Piedra Vista 65, 2OT
  • Friday Prep Basketball Scores Roundup
      Boys Basketball District 2AAAAA Sandia 65, La Cueva 56 District 5AAAAA Albuquerque High 69, West Mesa 61, OT District 2AAAA Bernalillo 61, Capital 56 District 5AAAA Championship St. Pius 55, Moriarty 43
  • Fishing Report 03-01-13
  • Ski Report 03-01-13
    Angel Fire 34-inch base of packed powder. No new snow reported. 73 trails and 7 lifts open. Enchanted Forest 42-inch base of packed powder. No new snow reported. 33 trails open. Pajarito 35-inch base of powder. No new snow reported. 32 trails and 3 lifts open. Red River 45-inch base of machine-groomed snow. No new snow reported. 57 trails and 7 lfts open. Sandia Peak Closed for the season. Sipapu 43-inch base of packed powder. No new snow reported. 41 trails and 5 lifts open. Ski Apache 37-inch base of packed powder. No new snow reported. 23 trails and 8 lifts open. Ski Santa Fe 51-inch base of powder. No new snow reported. 73 trails and 6 lifts open. Taos 62-inch base of packed powder. No new snow reported. 111 trails and 14 lifts open. Valles Caldera Conditions not reported.  
  • Alex Kirk scores 25 as Lobos top Aztecs
    ALBUQUERQUE (AP) — When New Mexico post players Alex Kirk and Cameron Bairstow last saw San Diego State in the first meeting between the teams last month, they combined for two points and nine rebounds. It was quite a different story Wednesday night for the Lobos’ frontcourt duo. Kirk scored a season-high 25 points and Bairstow added 16 to help No. 14 New Mexico beat the Aztecs 70-60. “They’re like anybody — when they don’t play well against somebody, you want to make up for that,” Lobos coach Steve Alford said. “They did not have very good games in San Diego and I think they really responded in this game.” Kirk hit all three of his 3-point attempts and scored seven points during a 15-3 run early in the second half that pushed New Mexico’s lead to 48-33. He also had seven rebounds, three assists and three blocks for the Lobos (24-4, 11-2 Mountain West), who are one win from clinching the regular-season conference title. Bairstow had five rebounds before fouling out. Nine of his points came late in the second half during a span of almost 5 minutes when he was the only New Mexico scorer. He went 5 of 6 from the foul line, drove the lane for a dunk and added a short jumper to hold off San Diego State (20-8, 8-6), which had pulled to 52-46 with 7 minutes left.
  • Tuesday's prep basketball scores 02-27-13
    Boys Basketball District 1AAAAA Cibola 48, Volcano Vista 47 Rio Rancho 80, Cleveland 77 District 3AAAAA Onate 33, Mayfield 28 District 5AAAAA Atrisco Heritage 60, Rio Grande 49 West Mesa 61, Highland 46 District 1AAAA Piedra Vista 88, Aztec 64 District 2AAAA Santa Fe 64, Espanola Valley 63, OT District 5AAAA Moriarty 63, Del Norte 45 District 6AAAA Gallup 57, Belen 50 District 2AAA West Las Vegas 84, Raton 48 District 4AAA Portales 57, Lovington 48 District 5AAA Sandia Prep 58, Santa Fe Indian 43 District 1AA Foothill 60, Menaul 52 Navajo Pine 41, Crownpoint 39 Tohatchi 76, Zuni 52 District 2AA Mora 66, Monte del Sol 57 Santa Fe Prep 58, Penasco 50 District 3AA Bosque School 61, Native American Community Academy 46 District 4AA Clayton 46, Tucumcari 41 District 6AA Lordsburg 67, Cobre 32 District 2A Jemez Valley 58, Desert Academy 43 Tohajilee 85, Alamo-Navajo 32 District 3B Gateway Christian 64, Vaughn 42 District 5B Walatowa Charter 91, Santa Fe Waldorf School 84
  • Roundball roundup: Friday prep scores
      Boys Basketball Alamogordo 42, Gadsden 40 Albuquerque High 69, Rio Grande 54 Belen 44, Valencia 42 Carlsbad 57, Las Cruces 54 Centennial High School 74, Deming 62 Cloudcroft 54, Mescalero Apache 53 Clovis 68, Hobbs 59 Dora 82, Jal 50 Grady 57, San Jon 56 Hagerman 63, Capitan 53 Los Lunas 48, Miyamura 31 Menaul 48, Desert Academy 45 Mesilla Valley Christian 65, Cobre 34
  • State Roundup: Friday prep basketball scores
      Boys Basketball Alamogordo 48, Onate 34 Albuquerque Academy 46, Moriarty 45 Belen 66, Miyamura 46 Capital 69, Bernalillo 62 Cibola 54, Cleveland 40 Clayton 60, Tucumcari 51 Cliff 71, Animas 24 Clovis 63, Lubbock Estacado, Texas 61 Cobre 57, Hatch Valley 46 Desert Academy 49, Alamo-Navajo 28 Dexter 90, Eunice 38 Eldorado 67, Manzano 46 Espanola Valley 89, Los Alamos 62
  • Ski Report 02-15-13
    Pajarito Mountain is open this weekend and reporting a 29-inch base for skiing. Pajarito, which reopened after a layoff earlier this month, had 32 of its trails open Friday morning and the Beginner, Aspen and Mother lifts operating. The ski area is reporting 11 inches of snow in the past three days. The new snow is predominantly powder. It is scheduled to be open through the extended Presidents Day weekend. Also in the area, Ski Santa Fe is reporting 44 inches of packed powder and Taos is reporting 49 inches and is 100 percent open this weekend.