The Lady Panthers actually made it look easy in their three games in the "historic" tournament that currently consists of all five teams from District 5-2A, plus McCurdy, Dulce and Pecos from class 3-A.
Always within striking distance of the No. 1 4A team in the state, the Taos boys basketball team came up short...
Under new management, Taos has undergone a much-needed transformation. Call it a re-branding, a new style or a re-launch. In any case the “new-look” Taos Tigers are an exciting playbill.
Lead up to the holiday season (and shortly thereafter) is tournament season in New Mexico. Tigers will be taking on a powerhouse team this week as the Peñasco teams journey east.
Three games on the docket in the first half of the week.
Busy weekend in the north as local cager contests produce more wins for Taos, Questa and Peñasco. More hoops on the way!
The Taos Tigers are working off a clean slate: new coaching staff, new team philosophy, new record, new uniforms and new attitude. All that is needed is a new indoor arena.
This week's basketball scores and upcoming "tilts" from Taos County high school teams.
The Lady Tigers are hoping to eclipse last year’s season stats and overall record. Big-time tournaments are on the horizon for Coach Sanchez and his squad.
Ernesto “Ernie” Lopez, a senior at Peñasco High School committed himself, mentally, physically and financially to do something out of the ordinary for his senior summer.
The combination of a young roster, lack of varsity experience, new coach and new program will vex Questa as they navigate the regular season in 2017-18.
Questa basketball is underway and cowbells will be ringing soon. Lady Cats have a new coach (again), and will be on the prowl in 2017-18.
Norm Cutliff, the president of the Taos Men’s Baseball League has taken his place in history, inducted into the Men’s Senior Baseball League National Hall of Fame.
On the cusp of warm and cold, green and yellow, indoor and outdoor sports, the month of October offers a nice variety of activities in the Taos area. Bring on the white!
With a new logo design emblazoned on their new hats, the Taos Solar Sox will be traveling to Phoenix, Arizona, to participate in yet another Men’s Senior/Adult Baseball League World Series. …
Defensive back Jude Suazo, a senior, was selected to the 4A all-state first defensive team by the New Mexico High School Coaches Association.
Suazo had three interceptions and 34 tackles during a …
Six from the Taos Tigers football team received All-District honors for their efforts in their respective positions at the end-of-the season coaches meeting held Nov. 6.
Too many Tiger turnovers and too many big plays yielded by Taos ultimately was the difference, as the Portales Rams eliminated Taos from the state playoffs with a 41-11 final.
Taos beats Hope Christian for the second time this season in a barn-burner. Three lead changes in the fourth period caused a lot of nail biting at Anaya Stadium Nov. 10.
The first round game against the Huskies is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m with gates at Anaya Stadium opening at 4:30 p.m.
Taos given the nod to host first round playoff game and will take on the Hope Christian Huskies in a class 4A rematch Nov. 10.
Larissa Passino and Arianna Spears were chosen for their athletic contributions to a Questa team that earned a 12-8 overall record and went 6-2 in District 5-2A play.
The New Mexico Activities Association (NMAA) acknowledged seven schools from the Northwest corner of the state for their actions following the tragic events that occurred on the Aztec High School campus Dec. 7.
Twelve Taos Tiger wrestlers traveled to the four-corners area for their first tournament of the 2017-18 season to compete in the Bloomfield Invite on Dec. 8.
The move to expand to six divisions lasted only three years and has ended with this latest move by the New Mexico Activities Association to contract back to just five classes.
Taos wins opener at Coach Henry Sanchez Basketball Tournament in Bernalillo Nov 24 - knocking off the class 5A Alamogordo Tigers 61-53.
Key factors to the Panther’s success will be the ability to score from the perimeter, a viable full-court press defense and staying out of foul trouble. Will we see the return of the "Runnin' Panthers" in 2017-18?
The high-flying gymnasts of High Altitude Athletics kicked off the new year as they competed at the 2018 Gravitational Invitational at G Force Gymnastics in Rio Rancho...
Angel Fire Resort is announcing free night skiing and boarding for the remainder of the season.
This fishing report, provided by Bill Dunn and the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, has been generated from the best information available from area officers...
December has not been the kindest month for the start of the 2017-2018 ski and snowboard season. It’s been minimal snowfall on all of the four mountains in Northern New Mexico.
Taos Knighthawks maintained their top spot in the Northern Schools Chess League after an impressive showing at Wagon Mound Nov. 17.
Sipapu Ski Resort officials announced the ski area is delaying its opening by a week due to unseasonably warm temperatures.