LITTLE LEAGUE: The Santa Fe Little League is looking for sponsors and donations for the upcoming season. The league is joining with the Little League International to participate in Lift Your League, a virtual fundraising campaign. For more information, to donate or to serve as a volunteer, call 505-750-7839 or email email@example.com.
Maggie Rittmeyer, who won the Class 1A/2A cross-country state championship for the Academy for Technology and the Classics in 2019, has signed to run cross-country and track at St. Edward’s University, a D-II school in Austin, Texas.
VOLLEYBALL / Thursday
SANTA FE 3, RIO RANCHO 1: The visiting Demonettes (5-1) split the first two sets in a vicious battle before putting away the Rams 29-27, 16-25, 25-11, 25-18.
CLEVELAND 3, CAPITAL 0: The visiting Jaguars (1-4) could not get their offense going in losing 25-18, 25-14, 25-16 to the Storm
ESPAÑOLA VALLEY 3, LOS ALAMOS 1: After splitting the first two sets, the Sundevils (4-1) came back strong to beat the HIlltoppers (2-3) 25-19, 16-25, 25-15, 25-21.
MORIARTY 3, TAOS 1 : The visiting Tigers (1-4) won the first set, but could not sustain the momentum in losing 25-27, 25-15, 25-21, 25-14 to the Pintos.
MORA 3, ROY/MOSQUERO 1 : After three tough sets, the Rangerettes (2-1) coasted to the victory in the fourth set over the Blue (3-4) 25-23, 26-24, 25-27, 25-15.
POJOAQUE VALLEY 3, TAOS 1 : The visiting Elkettes (1-1) overcame an opening-set loss to pull away from the Tigers (1-3) 16-25, 25-18, 25-14, 25-13.
BERNALILLO 3, MONTE DEL SOL 0: The visiting Dragons (0-2) were swept by the Spartans 25-11, 25-17, 25-23.
SANTA FE 3, CAPITAL: Behind eight kills each from Laila Bernardino and Jorja Chambers, the host Demonettes (4-1) swept the crosstown rival Jaguars (1-3) 25-17, 25-13, 25-9.
ESPAÑOLA VALLEY 3, TAOS 2: It came down to the fifth set and the visiting SunDevils (3-1) were able to come out on top over Tigers (1-2), who 17 kills from Noelle Good, 11 from Dahnyell Martinez and 10 from Reilly Rodriguez.
LOS ALAMOS 3, MORIARTY 0 The host Hilltoppers (2-2) made short work of the Pintos 25-22, 25-19, 26-24 as Nadia Gallegos and Solenne Thelliez each had seven kills.
ST. MICHAEL’S 3, CUBA 0: The host Horsemen (4-2) did away with the Rams 25-8, 25-21, 25-8 as eighth-grader Maya Pino had 11 kills.
ST. MICHAEL’S 3, EAST MOUNTAIN 0: The visiting Horsemen (3-2) got six kills from Carmen Pacheco in beating the Timberwolves 25-10, 25-13, 25-13.
ESPAÑOLA VALLEY 3, POJOAQUE VALLEY 2: In a hard-fought match from the outset, the visiting Sundevils (2-1) took the last two sets to beat the rival Elkettes (0-1) 27-29, 25-11, 25-19, 25-17, 15-8.
ESTANCIA 3, MONTE DEL SOL 0: The visiting Dragons (0-1) fell 25-16, 25-12, 25-18 to the Bears.
GIRLS’ SOCCER / Thursday
ST. MICHAEL’S 10, MONTE DEL SOL 0: Olivia Farrah scored twice and added two assists and Cassie Gravel had two goals and an assist and E. Ranney Smith had a goal and two assists to lead the host Horsemen (3-0-1) to a mercy-rule decision over the Dragons (0-2).
LOS ALAMOS 9, CAPITAL 0: Tara McDonald had two goals and two assists, and Jenna harris and Lily Shevitz each had two goals and an assist to lead the visiting Hilltoppers (1-2-1) past the Jaguars (0-2).
RIO RANCHO 1, SANTA FE 0: The visiting Demonettes (1-1) could find no offense against the Rams, and fell to a second-half score.
CLEVELAND 10, CAPITAL 0: The visiting Jaguars (0-1) lost on a mercy rule decision to the Storm.
TAOS 1, ACADEMY FOR TECHNOLOGY AND THE CLASSICS 0: Kelly Tonrey’s first-half goal off an assist from Grace Carmona-Yong held up for the Tigers (1-1) over the Phoenix (0-1).
REHOBOTH CHRISTIAN 5, MONTE DEL SOL 0: The visiting Dragons (0-1) played tough for a half, only losing 1-0 at the break before the Lynx found their offense.
ST. MICHAEL’S 0, LOS ALAMOS 0: Two stubborn defenses refused to budge in a tough struggle that left the visiting Horsemen 2-0-1 and the Hilltoppers 0-2-1.
BOYS’ SOCCER / Thursday
SANTA FE PREP 1, ST. MICHAEL’S 0, 2 OTs: The host Blue Griffins (3-1) squeezed every last minute of play before Yuto Oketano delivered the gamewinner over the Horsemen (0-4).
RIO RANCHO 4, SANTA FE 1: Michael Wissman’s second-half goal was not enough to propel the host Demons (1-1) past the Rams.
CLEVELAND 1, CAPITAL 0: Although the host Jaguars (0-1) came up with four shots on goal, none found the back of the net against the Storm.
TAOS 6, MONTE DEL SOL 0: The host Tigers (2-0) got a nifty five-save effort from goalkeeper Milo Collignon to pick up the win over the Dragons (0-1).
SOCORRO 4, ST. MICHAEL’S 1: Oliver Rosales scored for the host Horsemen (0-3), but they did not have enough to overcome the Warriors.
UPCOMING THINGS TO SEE OR DO / BASKETBALL
Northern New Mexico College women’s basketball coach J.R. Giddens, a former star with the New Mexico Lobos, will be holding a skills camp Tuesday through Thursday in Rio Rancho. Third grade through seventh grade goes from 10 a.m. to noon and eighth grade through seniors go from 1-3 p.m. For more information call 892-9222 or see //themacsports.com/jr-giddens-camp.