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  • Fishing Report 10-21-11
    Northwest Animas River: The flow is 294 cfs. The river is reported as good for trout using various bead-headed nymphs, spinners and worms. Better reports are coming from the upper stretches closer to Colorado on the reservation.
  • St. Pius takes over top 4A girls spot
    Here are this week’s Class 4A boys and girls soccer coaches’ polls. Weekly soccer polls are conducted by NMSoccer.com. First-place votes are in parentheses. Class 4A Girls     Team     Total pts.    Previous 1. St. PIus X (11)    123    2 2. Los Alamos (2)    108    1 3. Academy            101    4 4. Farmington           84    3 5. Piedra Vista          68    6
  • Little movement in 4A polls this week
    Here are this week’s Class 4A football and volleyball coaches’ polls. Polls are conducted by the New Mexico High School Coaches Association. First-place votes are in parentheses. Class 4A Football     Team     Total pts.    Previous 1. Goddard (16)    169    1 2. Aztec (1)          144    2 3. Valencia           132    3 4. Los Lunas         111    4 5. Artesia             107    5
  • State Notes 10-18-11
    NMSU football picks up WAC victory over Idaho, 31-24
  • Fishing Report 10-14-11
    Northwest  
  • Volleyball stays put at No. 3 this week
    Here are this week’s Class 4A football and volleyball coaches’ polls. Polls are conducted by the New Mexico High School Coaches Association. First-place votes are in parentheses. Class 4A Football     Team     Total pts.    Previous 1. Goddard (18)    189    1 2. Aztec (1)           155    2 3. Valencia            144    3 4. Los Lunas          130    4
  • Girls soccer stays on top, boys are 6th
    Here are this week’s Class 4A boys and girls soccer coaches’ polls. Weekly soccer polls are conducted by NMSoccer.com. First-place votes are in parentheses. Class 4A Girls     Team     Total pts.    Previous 1. Los Alamos (8)   97    1 2. St. Pius X (2)     90    2 3. Farmington        72    3 4. Academy           63    5 5. Piedra Vista       58    6
  • UNM Howl slated for Friday
    The University of New Mexico men’s and women’s basketball teams will host their first public event of the 2011-12 preseason Friday night at The Pit. The UNM teams will take part in the annual Lobo Howl. The Lobo Howl starts at 7 p.m. at The Pit in Albuquerque. The event is free. to the public Gates open at 6 p.m. at The Pit. Seating is general admission. At 7 p.m., the Lobo women will be introduced by new head coach Yvonne Sanchez and the team will hold an intrasquad scrimmage. The women’s team will also host a shooting contest and other events. The Lobo men will be introduced at 8 p.m. by coach Steve Alford and will have an intrasquad scrimmage and a slam dunk exhibition.
  • Lobo men’s hoops picked to win crown
    DENVER — The University of New Mexico picked up a host of honors as the Mountain West announced its annual preseason polls and all-conference teams, and the Lobos were at the head of the list.   The Lobos picked up 22 of 26 first place votes as UNM was predicted to win the 2011-12 Mountain West title. In addition, Wooden Award candidate Drew Gordon was named Preseason Player of the Year, while highly-touted Australian import Hugh Greenwood was selected as Freshman of the Year. Gordon and sophomore guard Kendall Williams were both named to the five-man preseason All-Mountain West team.
  • Lobo women's hoops finishes 4th in preseason poll
    DENVER, Colo. — The University of New Mexico Lobos were tabbed fourth in the Mountain West Conference women’s basketball preseason poll. The Mountain West announced its 2011-12 preseason women’s basketball poll and all-conference team Tuesday at its Basketball Media Day held at The Mtn. Studios in Denver, Colo. The voting panel consisted of the league’s eight head coaches and select women’s basketball media. New Mexico garnered 74 points in voting to nab the No. 4  spot, and junior Sara Halasz earned a spot on the 2011  Preseason All-Conference team. The Lobos finished behind third-place Colorado State (106 points), second place San Diego State (127 poins) and the preseason favorite Horned Frogs of TCU.