SPORTS: WEEK IN REVIEW
ESPAÃ’OLA VALLEY 45, LOS ALAMOS 29: The host Sundevils (12-9, 2-1 in District 2-4A) win as Jasmine Baca had 10 points against the Hilltoppers (10-8, 1-1), who got 10 points from Becca Green.
BOSQUE 47, ACADEMY FOR TECHNOLOGY AND THE CLASSICS 30: Charli Koseoglu scored eight points for the host Phoenix (7-7) in a lackluster offensive showing against the Bobcats.
PECOS 63, SANTA ROSA 36: The visiting Panthers (16-4, 1-0 in District 7-2A) jumped out to a 28-14 lead and were never really threatened by the Lions.
MONTE DEL SOL 32, DESERT ACADEMY/SANTA FE WALDORF 25: Trailing 25-17 entering the final quarter, the Dragons (1-15, 1-1 in District 2-2A) ran off 15 straight points to get the victory over the Wild Wolves (1-10, 0-1). Araceli Perez scored 16 for MDS.
MORA 28, CORONADO 25: Shanay Casados scored 14 points overall and the Rangerettes (5-13, 1-2 in District 5-2A) overcame a 24-21 fourth-quarter deficit.
Other girls scores: Taos 41, Moriarty 38; Questa 57, Mesa Vista 45.
SANTA FE 53, CAPITAL 48: The host Demons (16-3 overall, 4-0 in District 5-5A) held serve in the crosstown rivalry with the Jaguars (17-3, 3-1) behind 20 points from Fedonta “J.B. white. T.J. Sanchez scored 17 for Capital and in the process became the school’s leading career scorer.
PECOS 60, SANTA ROSA 41: Ismael Villegas scored 21 points to lead the visiting Panthers (19-1 overall, 1-0 in District 7-2A ) past Santa Rosa.
NEW MEXICO SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF 58, EVANGEL/OAK GROVE 57: The Roadrunners (10-4), down by 19 points, rallied for the win as Luis Villalobos, who had 15 points and 14 rebounds, hit a game-winning 3-pointer just before the buzzer. Bruce Brewer Jr. had 32 points with seven boards and seven assists for NMSD.
ESCALANTE 87, PENASCO 50: Santiago Rivas scored 22 points, Chris Luna 16 and Dante Salazar 15 to lead the host Lobos (11-7, 3-0 in District 5-2A) to win over the Panthers (6-13, 1-2).
MONTE DEL SOL 79, DESERT ACADEMY/SANTA FE WALDORF 44: After taking a 36-22 halftime lead, the host Dragons (9-11, 2-6 in District 2-2A) blew the game open in the third quarter with a 28-0 run over the Wild Wolves (1-12).
MORA 55, CORONADO 18: This was over in the first quarter when the visiting Rangers (9-9, 3-0 in District 5-2A) jumped out to an 18-3 lead over the Leopards (6-10, 0-3).
BOSQUE 62, ACADEMY FOR TECHNOLOGY AND THE CLASSICS 30: The host Phoenix (1-13) fell behind 27-13 by halftime and were unable to make a game of it.
WALATOWA 51, TIERRA ENCANTADA 37: The host Alacranes (2-11, 0-1 in District 2-2A) trailed just 24-21 at halftime, but could not muster enough offense in the second half to get the win.
SANTA FE INDIAN SCHOOL 56, ST. MICHAEL’S 48: Hunter Garcia scored 17 points, leading four Braves players in double figures as host SFIS (14-6, 1-2 in District 2-3A) held off a mid-game run from the Horsemen (10-9, 1-1), who got 22 points from Carisa Padilla.
MANZANO 51, SANTA FE 47: The visiting Demonettes (8-11, 0-3 in District 5-5A) led a third-quarter lead slip away, despite 12 points from Zuriel Vigil against the Monarchs.
SANDIA 65, CAPITAL 20: Offense was hard to come by for the visiting Jaguars (6-13, 1-2 in District 5-5A) as Ethena Silva had six points to lead the effort against the Matadors.
WEST LAS VEGAS 56, ROBERTSON 45: The host Dons (13-6, 3-0 in District 2-3A) outscored the Cardinals (7-11, 1-1) 21-7 in the third quarter to take the win.
ACADEMY FOR TECHNOLOGY AND THE CLASSICS 55, NEW MEXICO SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF 24: Perla Miramontes scored 22 points with eight rebounds for the Phoenix (7-6), and Charlie Koseoglu added 15 points and 10 rebounds in the win over the Roadrunners (7-7).
PORTALES 44, TAOS 38: The visiting Tigers (8-11) could not hold a 32-29 fourth-quarter lead against the Rams.
Other girls scores: Raton 51, Santa Fe Prep 23; Walatowa 52, Desert Academy 24; Mesa Vista 49, McCurdy 44.
SANTA FE 73, MANZANO 50: The host Demons (15-3, 3-0 in District 5-5A) got 21 points from Fedonta “J.B.” White, 16 from Cody Garcia and 15 from P.J. Lovato against the Monarchs.
ST. MICHAEL’S 67, SANTA FE INDIAN SCHOOL 43: The host Horsemen (12-7 overall, 3-0 in District 2-3A) got up big early and just increased their advantage over the Braves (10-9, 0-3).
CAPITAL 59, SANDIA 46: Dominic Luna scored 17 points and T.J. Sanchez had 15 for the visiting Jaguars (17-2 overall, 3-0 in District 5-5A) in the win over the Matadors.
ESPAÃ’OLA VALLEY 67, LOS ALAMOS 55: Garrett May scored 16 points to lead the Sundevils (13-7, 3-0 in District 2-4A) past the Hilltoppers (3-15, 1-1).
TAOS 71, MORIARTY 38: The host Tigers (15-5, 2-0 in District 2-4A) outscored the Pintos 25-8 in the second quarter to put the game away.
RATON 56, SANTA FE PREP 29: The visiting Blue Griffins (5-10, 0-4 in District 2-3A) fell behind 28-11 at halftime and were unable to rally in the second half.
NEW MEXICO SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF 80, ACADEMY FOR TECHNOLOGY AND THE CLASSICS 68: Luis Villalobos scored 36 points with 16 rebounds and Bruce Brewer Jr., nearly had a rare prep triple double with 25 points, 10 assists and nine rebounds to lead the Roadrunners (10-4) over the Phoenix (1-13).
Other boys scores: McCurdy 56, Mesa Vista 52; West Las Vegas 48, Robertson 46; Walatowa 49, Desert Academy/Santa Fe Waldorf 42.
ROBERTSON 47, SANTA FE 33: The host Cardinals (7-10) got 16 points from Tessa Ortiz and Gabriela Trujillo had 15 in the win over the Demonettes (8-10), who got eight from Lexi Espinoza.
TO’HAJILEE 42, NEW MEXICO SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF 21: Mya Malone scored 10 and grabbed 17 rebounds for the Roadrunners (7-5, 0-3 District 1-1A), but they could not overcome the Warriors.
PEÑASCO 69, PECOS 47: Host Peñasco (16-1) got double-doubles from Carly Gonzales (24 points, 13 rebounds) and Ariana MacAuley (10 points, 11 rebounds) to overwhelm Pecos (16-4).
TIERRA ENCANTADA 26, MONTE DEL SOL 20: Aricela Pena and Maryjane Alvidrez each score five points for the Dragons (0-15, 0-1 in District 2-2A), but the Alacranes (1-9, 1-0) had just enough offense to squeak by.
Other girls scores: To’hajiilee 42, New Mexico School for the Deaf 21.
MONTE DEL SOL 63, TIERRA ENCANTADA 33: Kevin Enriquez scored 21 points and Brayan Roybal had 13 to lead the Dragons (8-11, 1-0 in District 2-2A) over the Alacranes (2-11, 0-1), who got 18 points from Nathaniel Ortiz.
Other boys scores: New Mexico School for the Deaf 53, To’hajiilee 50.
THINGS TO SEE OR DO
RUNNING: if you’re crazy enough, get out and stretch those legs Saturday (Feb. 8) at the 35th annual Corrida de los Locos at the Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe Golf Course. The five-mile cross-country run covers an out-and-back over the rolling hills of the course. For more information, see runsignup.com/35thAnnualCorridadelosLocos2020.