United Way celebrates start of fall campaign

Freedom Newspapers United Way of Eastern New Mexico officials are hoping to raise 9 percent more than last year’s goal of $482,005, or $525,385. “It’s a reasonable goal,” Executive Director Erinn Burch said, “but I’d like to blow it out of the water.” The organization will celebrate its fall fund-raiser campaign with events in Clovis […]

Dallas Baptist women top ENMU

DALLAS — Mandy Gomez scored twice in the second half on Saturday, rallying Dallas Baptist to a 3-2 victory over Eastern New Mexico in women’s college soccer. Trailing 1-0 midway through the first half, the Zias (3-4) got goals from freshman forward Leslie Weber and senior midfielder Anna Funck in a span of just over […]

Hounds held scoreless on the pitch

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By Dave Wagner: Freedom Newspapers It took Texas A&M-International a while to get going, but once the Dustdevils broke through they turned its men’s soccer match against Eastern New Mexico University into a rout. Junior midfielder Raul Quinones took a through pass from Gregory Malumba in on ENMU goalkeeper Leif Craddock and beat him with […]

Greyhounds routed in conference opener

Freedom Newspapers WICHITA FALLS, Texas — Sun Potter’s hat trick and stingy defense helped Midwestern State roll past Eastern New Mexico University 6-0 on Sunday in a Southwest Soccer Conference men’s soccer match. Potter put the Indians (3-1, 2-0 SSC) ahead with his first goal less than three minutes into the match. His scored his […]

OT goal lifts Zias to victory

Freedom Newspapers Travis McCorkle doesn’t give the Eastern New Mexico University women’s team many style points, but so far the results have been acceptable. Senior forward Megan Dozier had two goals and an assist, including the game-winning tally in overtime, as the Zias completed a season-opening 3-1 homestand on Tuesday with a 4-3 win over […]

Hounds squander 2-0 lead, settle for tie

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By: Mickey Winfield The Embry-Riddle Eagle soccer team rallied for two second-half goals to earn a tie against the Eastern New Mexico men at the ENMU soccer field Saturday afternoon. It didn’t take long for the Hounds to take the lead, just over two minutes to be exact. Sophomore forward Jared Morris took a through […]

R.M. James elementary to stress three R’s, mainly reading

By Helena Rodriguez: Freedom Newspapers Second- and third-graders at R.M. James Elementary School will get educated in the three R’s – Reading, ‘riting and rithmetic – but principal Michael Terry really wants to stress the first R this school year. “Our goal is to make sure that every student is reading on level by the […]

Chef finds joy in serving others

As the new chef at The Landing, Karl Smith plans to win over the palates of Airmen and their family with food that is special and out of the ordinary. Janet Taylor-Birkey Karl Smith knows that for Airmen to put their money where their mouth is, it’s got to be good. Really good. As The […]

United Way lauds volunteers, donors, sets goals at banquet

Freedom Newspapers The United Way of Eastern New Mexico hopes to raise almost $43,000 more than in 2005. United Way officials on Thursday announced their 2006 fund-raising goal is $525,000, an 8 percent increase over last year’s total of $482,005 The agency announced its hopes at The Landing at Cannon Air Force Base during its […]

Hounds erase deficit, beat Javelinas

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DBy Dave Wagner: Freedom Newspapers Eastern New Mexico University men’s basketball coach Shawn Scanlan got the defensive effort he wanted to see. Scanlan shuffled his starting lineup, and the Greyhounds responded Thursday by holding Texas A&M-Kingsville to 39-percent field goal shooting and rallied for a 63-60 Lone Star Conference South Division victory at Greyhound Arena. […]

United Way hits Curry goal, Roosevelt is short

By Andy Jackson The United Way of Eastern New Mexico surpassed its fund-raising goal in Curry County by almost 2 percent, though Roosevelt County fell short of its goal, Executive Director Erinn Burch said on Friday. Curry County residents pledged $419,166, Burch said, compared to a goal of $412,005 for the county. Roosevelt County residents […]

High schoolers organize 2006 Relay for Life

Kevin Wilson: PNT Staff Writer Though it’s open to everybody, the 2006 Relay for Life will be like the inventions that Norville Barnes created in the 1994 film “The Hudsucker Proxy:” You know, for kids. The annual fund-raising event for cancer research is entering its first stages for 2006, and the stages will be done […]

United Way halfway to annual goal, director says things on track

By Sharna Johnson United Way of Eastern New Mexico has raised less than half its goal for the campaign, but the organization’s executive director said she is not too concerned. “This is always the nail-biting time of the year,” Erinn Burch said on Friday. “I would say that I’m anxious but I do feel like […]

Some questions remain unanswered for everyone

Kevin Wilson: PNT Staff Writer Every so often, ideas will come into my head that I’ll just jot down. They’re all worth mentioning, but none is worth a column on its own. This weekend was chock full of them, mostly with a sports flavor. Now I present them to you, in convenient, bite-sized form: • […]

LSC/SSC Volleyball/Soccer Update

Volleyball standings LONE STAR CONFERENCE All Times MST South Division Div. All W-L W-L Abilene Christian 8-0 25-3 West Texas A&M 7-1 25-7 Texas A&M-Kingsville 5-4 10-18 Eastern New Mexico 2-67-18 Tarleton State 2-7 16-16 Angelo State 1-7 9-21 North Division Div. All W-L W-L Central Oklahoma 10-0 24-6 Texas Woman’s 7-4 15-17 Southeastern Oklahoma […]

Zias fall short of tournament berth

Freedom Newspapers DENTON, Texas — In the end, the Eastern New Mexico University women’s soccer team couldn’t overcome a stunning scoring drought that lasted nearly 460 minutes. Needing a win or a tie in Sunday’s Lone Star Conference regular-season finale against Texas Woman’s to nail down the first conference-tourney berth in the three-year history of […]

Hounds held off in home finale

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By Dave Wagner: Freedom Newspapers Eastern New Mexico University men’s soccer coach Carlos Elizondo hoped the Greyhounds could improve on the six wins they recorded in their inaugural season in 2004 — perhaps even reach the .500 mark. Instead, they find themselves playing out the string after Sunday’s 3-1 Southwest Soccer Conference loss to St. […]

Midwestern cruises past Hounds in second half

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By Dave Wagner: Freedom Newspapers Eastern New Mexico University’s defensive style kept the Greyhounds in the hunt for a while, but in the end Midwestern State simply proved to be too strong. The Indians, ranked in the NCAA Division II top 25 for much of the season, broke open a tight match with three goals […]

CSW edges Greyhounds

By Dave Wagner: Freedom Newspapers College of the Southwest men’s soccer coach Rob Irvine said his team been a bit up and down this season. Irvine was happy to see his squad play relatively well on Sunday, though, in a 2-1 victory over Eastern New Mexico University at the ENMU pitch. The Hobbs-based, NCAA Division […]

Zias down Texas-Permian Basin with smothering defense

Dave Wagner: Freedom Newspapers It took the Eastern New Mexico University women’s soccer team a while to put Texas-Permian Basin away, but the Zias were never really in trouble. ENMU held the Lady Falcons to just two shots in the match — including none on goal — and pulled away late for a 3-0 non-league […]