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Rams senior Nicole Pendley socks a three-run homer in the third inning, after drawing a walk and being stranded on base in the first inning. Pendley, who scattered six singles in the 8-0 victory, was intentionally walked her next two plate appearances. She’ll be playing for the University of Oklahoma next season. (Rio Rancho Observer—GARY HERRON photo)

Rams hammer Hawks for 15th win in row

ALBUQUERQUE — The early season lead in District 1-5A was up for grabs Thursday afternoon, when visiting Rio Rancho collided with Volcano Vista, and both teams owning double-digit winning streaks.

  • Rams rally late for 3-2 district win over Cougars
  • Storm stopped in their 1-5A opener by Hawks
  • Cleveland High’s boys track and field team appears poised to three-peat at state meet in May
  • Great week for UNM; great game for Walker
  • Opinion

    Volunteers helped with pet adoptions

    On April 12, the Rio Rancho Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department – in cooperation with Pet Food Gone Wild and various local rescue and shelter groups – hosted the Eggs n’ Beggin pet costume and parade event at Cabezon Park.

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  • Editorial: AIMS critics raise a trot line of red herrings
  • Pluck pollen clusters to extend lily blooms
  • The news is making us stupider
  • Rio West Business

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