TRINIDAD, COLO. — Though they displayed plenty of offensive firepower during the Trinidad (Colo.) State Junior College basketball tournament, the Raton High School Tigers were edged out by Rye High School in the championship game Saturday (Dec. 7).
The Cimarron High School Lady Ram volleyball squad dropped a competitive match Friday (Oct. 26) to the Lady Red Devils of Springer in their “Dig Pink” (cancer awareness) match and now will focus on being the spoiler in the District 1A tournament to be played Nov. 7.
Three Running Ram boys qualified for the State Class A-AA Cross-country Championships to be held on the Rio Rancho High School campus Saturday (Nov. 5).
CIMARRON — The Cimarron Lady Rams blanked District 1A rivals Springer during the “Dig Pink” match Saturday (Oct. 23) to make it a clean sweep over district foes over the weekend.
The Holy Angels Third Annual Golf Tournament was held June 22 at Angel Fire Resort Golf Club.
CIMARRON — The Lady Rams finished as also-rans in the 2014 Class A state track meet, but with the new class realignment and the addition of distance ace Abby Kepfer, Cimarron will most likely be the early favorite to capture the state championship in May.
The Questa Lady Wildcats took advantage of Lady Ram foul trouble in the third period to pull away to a 53-35 District 1A victory on Friday ( Jan. 10) in the Wildcat Den.
By Leroy Chavez, for the Chronicle MORA — The Cimarron Running Rams, will be seeking a berth in the New Mexico State Cross-country championships, when...
ESPANOLA — The District 5A-AA leader, McCurdy Mission Bobcats, scored a doubleheader victory over the visiting Rams on Friday (April 10) in Espanola.
RATON — Wednesday (April 15), in front of a gathering that included parents, family, teammates and coaches, Lady Tiger Briana Pais signed a National Letter of Intent, accepting an athletic scholarship to attend Oklahoma Panhandle State University on a golf scholarship.