LAGUNA, N.M. – The Laguna-Acoma High School Hawks are looking forward to a rematch with the number one team in boys’ 3A basketball in Sandia Prep tomorrow but first need to get past Cottonwood Classical Prep.
LAGUNA, N.M. – The Laguna- Acoma High School lady Hawks finished the district season with a perfect 10-0 record. They are all but a lock to find themselves in the 3A girls’ state basketball tournament when the bracket is released on Sunday.
GRANTS, N.M. – The Grants High School lady Pirate basketball team weighed anchor and sailed forward to victory over the past week. Two highly intense matches against the Belen lady Eagles ended in victories for the lady Pirates.
Matthew Atencio - CC Rudy C de Baca of Grants and Dora C de Baca of Santa Fe (top left) take time to capture the moment of the quad at the run/ski transition. The run/ski transition point (above) during the 37th annual Mt. Taylor Quadrathalon is busy with volunteers and competitiors throughout the day. Three runners (middle left) battle the final stretch of the run course. Two skiers, (middle right), one dressed for a warm summer day, and the other for a day on the mountain, return from the summit as they head back down the mountain. Skiers (bottom left) begin their trek to the snowshoe transition. Grants resident Michael Brown (bottom right) powers his way back to the run/ski transition.
CUBA, N.M. - The Laguna-Acoma High School Hawks and head coach Dan Bachicha got some valentines love sent their way last Friday night when they avenged an overtime loss to the Cuba Rams on the road, 72-56.