RATON— First-year coach and former Lady Tiger Tamara Johnson will take a young, talented squad Raton High School volleyball squad into a new District 5AAA.
The Cimarron High School Lady Rams basketball team traveled to Santa Fe and came away with a big win in the season opener against Desert Academy on Saturday (Nov. 17).
SPRINGER — The Lady Ram volleyball team had a Doctor Jekyll and Mr. Hyde weekend, winning Friday (Oct. 9) and losing Saturday (Oct. 10). On...
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.
The preseason District 1A favorite Lady Demons of Des Moines showed why they are considered one of the elite volleyball programs in Class A, downing Cimarron High School in three games on the Lady Ram home court Friday (Sept. 30).
CIMARRON — The Cimarron Lady Rams battled the Defending Class AA Colorado State Champion Kim-Branson Lady Mustangs on even terms for much of the 32 minutes of play Saturday (Dec. 18) but just fell short 51-48.
SPRINGER—The Cimarron Lady Rams dropped a District 1A match to the second-ranked Lady Red Devils of Springer in Springer on Saturday, October 5th. “Springer has been well coached and is very experienced, it’ll be a tough match,” noted Lady Ram coach Alberta Martinez prior to the District 1A opener.
CIMARRON — After soundly beating the Roy-Mosquero squad Friday (Sept. 10), the Lady Rams had no answer for Class AAA Raton, as the Tigers scored a 3-0 win at the CHS gymnasium Saturday (Sept. 11).
<strong>CIMARRON</strong> — Paced by the record-setting performance of Annie Stirling in the pole vault, the Lady Rams captured second place in the 16-team Homerunning Track and Field Meet, while double-gold medalist William Ott led the boy’s team to a 7th place finish Saturday (April 10).
By Leroy Chavez, for the Chronicle RIO RANCHO — The Running Rams competed alongside 90 schools and 1,500 individuals in six divisions at the Rio...