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Northern N.M CC Draws Prep Talent


Northern New Mexico Community College is stockpiling its men’s basketball roster with local talent.

Coach Ryan Cordova said Española Valley guard Rodney Coles, who led the Sundevils to a state championship last March, is expected to sign today. The program expects to sign Valley High guard Mario Flores later in the week.

Sandia’s Nic Sheridan already has signed with NNMCC, and Cleveland guard Bryce Abeyta will sign in the next few days, Cordova said.

SFIS: Santa Fe Indian School guard Jenine Coriz, who led the Lady Braves to state championships in 2010 and 2011, has signed to play for New Mexico Highlands.

SANDIA: Matador Camille Boal has signed a national letter of intent to play for Adams State (Colo.) College. Her sister Caitlyn, a former St. Pius standout, already is in the program, and Adams State also recently signed two other metro-area players in Eldorado’s Madison Lopez and Cleveland’s Mariah Gonzales.

… Sandia is hosting a next-level girls basketball camp June 1-3, from 8 a.m.-noon daily.

It is open to girls and boys in grades 3-9. The fee is $50. For information, contact Susan Kubala at 294-1511, ext. 30231.

SANDIA PREP: Baseball player Nick Nelson has committed to play for Dartmouth of the Ivy League. Nelson is a pitcher/infielder for the Sundevils.

DEL NORTE: Quarterback John Johnston has signed a letter of intent to play at Western New Mexico.

… Former Del Norte baseball player Kasey Higgins has signed a national letter of intent to play for Trinidad State (Colo.) College next season, according to his father. Kasey is a 6-foot-7 pitcher, scheduled to graduate this year.

LA CUEVA: Goalkeeper Gabby Sandoval has committed to play for Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colo., as has Sandia cross-country runner Zachary Chenoweth.

— This article appeared on page C5 of the Albuquerque Journal




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