Sports schedule Tuesday: Basketball, Fort Sumner, away, JVG, VG and VB, 4 p.m. Thursday: Basketball, San Jon, home, VG and VB, 5 p.m. Thursday through Saturday: Basketball, Fort Sumner tournament, JH-G and JH-B.
Sports schedule Tuesday: Volleyball, San Jon, there, JH, JV, V, 4:30 p.m. Thursday: Volleyball, Fort Sumner, here, JH (A and B), JV, V, 4:30 p.m. Friday: Football, Hondo, Here, JH and V, 1 p.m Volleyball, Grady, JV (two games), 5 p.m. Saturday: Volleyball, Roy/Mosquero, Here, V (two games), 1 p.m.
Schedule February 14: Clovis Christian, T, JH G 7th, JH B, 4 p.m. (make-up game) February 17: San Jon, H, V G&B, 5:30 February 19: Roy, H, 7th G, JH B, V G&B, 1 p.m.
Sports Today: 4:30 p.m., volleyball at San Jon, junior high and varsity. Friday: 4 p.m., Football vs. Valley Christian; Varsity volleyball at Capitan Tournament Saturday: Varsity volleyball at Capitan Tournament
Class 3A Portales 54, Ruidoso 39 Class 2A Texico 26, Tucumcari 7 Class 1A Hagerman 56, Fort Sumner 0 8-man Melrose 62, Logan 6 Clovis Christian 54, Floyd 8 6-man Hondo 68, Elida 20 Texas Farwell 35, Smyer 6 Bovina 63, Claude 0 Muleshoe 34, Childress 26 Go to www.enmvarsity.com for game stories and photos.
Two Portales men were sentenced to prison terms by District Judge E. T. Hensley. Jon B. Mestas, who was charged with forgery, faced up to five years behind bars. Clee Mooneyham, was sentenced to three years for breaking and entering the Handy Food Store.
By Liliana Castillo, Freedom New Mexico For Kelly Boney and Tyra Davis of San Jon, selling ground beef, lamb and goat aside homemade lip balm and soap at Clovis’ Farmer’s Market is more than an odd combination. It’s a necessity. The two ranchers from San Jon have teamed up to sell mesquite logs and chips […]
• The Portales Rotary Club voted unanimously to take over the equipping of a new park surrounding the south watertower on the south side of the city near the Baptist Children’s Home. • Icy conditions on U.S. 70 between Portales and Elida caused 10 wrecks before noon with two injured women brought to Portales by […]
Staff and wire reports Friday All times MDT Eldorado at Clovis, 7 p.m. Chaparral at Texico, 7 p.m. Carrizozo at Fort Sumner, 7 p.m. Gateway Christian at Melrose, 7 p.m. Clovis Christian at Valley Christian, 7 p.m. Floyd at Menaul, 7 p.m. Tucumcari at Espanola, 7 p.m. San Jon at House, 4 p.m. Farwell at […]
PNT Staff Dora had the advantages of being the top seed, having an extra day of preparation and the knowledge that it had already beaten San Jon. San Jon only had one advantage — the homecourt — but it didn’t last long enough as visiting Dora claimed a 63-49 win in Wednesday’s matchup of the […]
Freedom Newspapers It was pick your poison for the Floyd girls, and House didn’t have enough poison for the final three quarters. The Floyd Lady Broncos battled back from an early deficit and outscored House 59-26 over the final three quarters for an easy 69-40 victory in the first round of the Eastern Plains Athletic […]
EPAC Tournament Boys Tuesday’s games At San Jon Game 3: San Jon 56, Floyd 45 Game 4: Melrose 65, House 25 Game 7: Texico 62, Elida 52 Game 8: Fort Sumner 70, Grady 44 Wednesday’s games At San Jon Game 10: Dora vs. San Jon, 4:45 p.m., new gym Game 12: Logan vs. Melrose, 8:15 […]
By Dave Wagner: Freedom Newspapers Texico’s boys and Fort Sumner’s girls begin defense of their 2004 titles when play begins today in the 10-school EPAC basketball tournament. The first three days of the event will be hosted by San Jon, with games on Friday and Saturday scheduled for Eastern New Mexico University’s Greyhound Arena. Teams […]
By Kevin Wilson: PNT staff writer DORA — In her first experience as a basketball coach, San Jon’s Kristi Cargile learned the game, like many other sports, can be one of inches. Danielle Lee led the visiting Lady Coyotes with 19 points, and San Jon held off a dominant performance from Dora senior Rana Terry […]
By Kevin Wilson: PNT staff writer DORA — Like the city they represent, the Coyotes are trying to make sure whatever success they have starts with a “D.” The host Coyotes held San Jon scoreless for a five-minute span bridging the first and second quarters, and Dora got its season off to a rousing start […]
Laurie Stone: PNT Correspondent Jon S. Jonsson was rememberd as a man of great integrity that esteemed and admonished others before himself. He was a composer of music that dedicated his life’s work and his love for music to the world. According to family members, his greatest contribution to life was demonstrated in his desire […]
J.T. Wilson, 96 Services: 2 p.m. Friday at Fort Sumner Cemetery. J.T. “Tom” Wilson, 96, of Fort Sumner, died Wednesday, May 4, 2005, at Farwell Convalescent Center. He was born on Aug. 27, 1908, in Quail, Texas, to James W. and Mary Lucinda Boyett Wilson. He was raised in Quail and Amarillo. He attended school […]
PNT Staff SAN JON — Seniors Kassandra Clark and Jena Bilberry combined for 45 points Monday night as Dora rolled past San Jon 65-44 in girls basketball. Clark scored 24 points and Bilberry added 21 as the Lady Coyotes bolted to a 24-5 first-quarter lead and cruised. Brittany Slutz scored 10 points for San Jon […]
PNT Staff TEXICO — The unbeaten Texico Wolverines and Fort Sumner Vixens claimed championships Saturday night in the EPAC basketball tournament championship games. Texico (12-0) had to work hard to get past upstart Grady, beating the Bronchos 74-69 in the boys final, while Fort Sumner (12-0) earned a 49-35 victory over Texico in the girls […]
By Eric Butler TEXICO — The last time Jim Kneipp coached a Grady team in an EPAC tournament, the opponents had names such as Causey on the jersey and the games were played at Portales High School. On Tuesday, Kneipp saw another raucous, old-fashioned see-saw game — played in the former main gymnasium at Texico […]