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North Sports: Week in Review

COACHING
VACANCIES TO BE FILLED: With Santa Fe Indian School essentially conducting its entire school year remotely, and athletes free to join teams in the area that they live, filling Braves coaching vacancies has not been a priority. With the state opening up, however, SFIS needs a head football coach and girls basketball assistants.

TRACK
SIGNED: Alicia Quintana of Pojoaque Valley has signed to run track for the University of New Mexico. A sprinter, Quintana took third in the 400-meter dash in the 2019 Class 4A state meet as a sophomore – her junior season was wiped out by the virus – and took fourth in the 100 and 200.

GIRLS BASKETBALL
ALSO SIGNED: Northern New Mexico College scooped up a couple of local basketball players. Capital’s Ethena Silva, a 6-foot guard/forward, is averaging 10.8 points and 8.5 rebounds in helping the Jaguars go 4-6 on the season. And Española Valley 5-6 guard Destiny Valdez is scoring 8.1 points, with 1.8 assists in leading the Sundevils to an 11-1 mark and a state tournament berth.

GAMES
GIRLS BASKETBALL / Thursday

ESPAÑOLA VALLEY 80, POJOAQUE VALLEY 21: The host Elkettes (3-8, 1-6 District 2-4A) just didn’t have enough firepower to prevent the determined march to the state tournament by the Sundevils (11-1, 8-0), who had three players in double figures led by Miranda Salazar’s 12.

MORIARTY 57, LOS ALAMOS 31: The visiting Hilltoppers (0-11, 0-7 District 2-4A) fell behind 19-5 in the first quarter and could not make up any ground the rest of the way in losing to the Pintos.

PECOS 55, TEXICO 21: Trinity Herrera scored 17 points and Mistidawn Roybal added 15 against visiting Texico to help the Panthers (10-0, 4-0 District 6-2A) creep closer to a district championship.

MENAUL 41, MONTE DEL SOL 18: Daisy Ortiz scored nine for the host Dragons (2-8) in a loss to the Panthers.

MORA 57, MESA VISTA 41: Chrissy Cordova scored 27 points to lead the visiting Rangerettes (6-5, 5-2 District 6-2A) past the Trojans (2-10, 2-7).

Other Thursday scores: Escalante 62, McCurdy 20.

Wednesday

CAPITAL 44, SANTA FE HIGH 38: Ethena Silva scored 13 and grabbed 16 rebounds, and Brenda Piñon added 10 to help the host Jaguars (4-6, 4-4 District 5-5A) hold off the Demonettes (2-7, 2-5).

ROBERTSON 53, RATON 36: The host Cardinals (7-4, 3-2 District 3-2A) shrugged off a slow start to outscore the Tigers 41-9 in the middle two quarters.

Other Wednesday scores: Academy for Technology and the Classics 38, Menaul 20.

Tuesday

ESPAÑOLA VALLEY 57, MORIARTY 46: Miranda Salazar scored 13, Jasmine Baca 11 and Cameron Conners 10 to lead the host Sundevils (10-1, 7-0 District 2-4A) past the Pintos.

ESCALANTE 62, MORA 52: Marisol Pacheco of the Rangerettes (5-5, 4-2 District 6-2A) scored 12 points, but it wasn’t enough to overcome the visiting Lobos (10-2, 9-0).

ACADEMY FOR TECHNOLOGY AND THE CLASSICS 48, TIERRA ENCANTADA 10: The host Phoenix (10-0, 4-0 District 2-2A) got 14 points from Perla Miramontes and the defense held the Alacranes (1-7, 0-7) scoreless in the second half.

Other Tuesday scores: West Las Vegas 57, St. Michael’s 38; Taos 36, Los Alamos 30; Peñasco 50, Mesa Vista 48.

Monday

POJOAQUE VALLEY 39, ST. MICHAEL’S 29: The visiting Elkettes (3-7) got out to an early lead and pressed their advantage to beat the Horsemen (3-4).

SANTA FE PREP 31, MONTE DEL SOL: The Blue Griffins (2-7, 2-5 District 2-2A) were able to overcome the 10 points Daisy Ortiz scored for the Dragons (2-7, 2-4) in staging a fourth-quarter comeback win.

PECOS 40, MORA 37: Eighth-grader Natalia Stout scored 13 and Mistidawn Roybal added 12 to lead the visiting Panthers (9-0, 3-0 District 6-2A) past the Rangerettes (5-4, 4-1).

Other Monday scores: Menaul 60, Tierra Encantada 15; Mesa Vista 58, McCurdy 23.

BOYS BASKETBALL / Thursday

MONTE DEL SOL 52, MENAUL 48: Keith Montoya had 18 points, Kevin Enriquez 14 and Brayan Roybal added 10 as the host Dragons (7-2, 4-1 District 2-2A) held off the Panthers.

MESA VISTA 42, MORA 41: Diego Chavez scored 17 for the visiting Rangers (2-9, 2-7 District 6-2A), but they could not hold off a fourth-quarter comeback by the Trojans (2-9, 2-7) .

Other Thursday scores: Escalante 60, McCurdy 53; Pecos 65, Texico 55; Peñasco 56, Questa 38.

Wednesday

SANTA FE 58, CAPITAL 43: Cruz Martinez scored 17 and P.J. Lovato had 15 as the Demons (8-3, 7-2 District 5-5A) won a crucial district game and all but clinched a state tournament berth with the win over the Capitals (5-3, 5-3).

ST. MICHAEL’S 53, RATON 46, OT: The host Horsemen (7-2, 6-2 District 2-3A) outscored the Tigers (93-8, 1-6) in the overtime period to get the win.

LOS ALAMOS 59, MORIARTY 41: The host Hilltoppers (7-4, 4-3) built a 34-18 halftime lead and cruised to the win from there over the Pintos.

ESPAÑOLA VALLEY 70, POJOAQUE VALLEY 57: The host Sundevils (9-3, 8-0 District 2-4A) withstood a strong second-half comeback attempt from the Elks (3-7, 2-5).

WEST LAS VEGAS 82, SANTA FE PREP 61: D.J. Byron scored 27 points to lead the Dons (6-5, 3-4 District 2-3A) past the Blue Griffins (3-8, 1-6), who got 23 points from Finn Coles and 11 from Sam Cooper.

ROBERTSON 59, MORA 14: The host Cardinals (11-0) outscored the Rangers (2-8) 23-0 in the first quarter and rolled from there as Leopoldo Herrerea scored six to lead the visitors.

Tuesday

ESCALANTE 73, MORA 34: Santiago Rivas scored 19 and Isaac Archuleta added 14 to lead the visiting Lobos (10-1, 10-0 District 6-2A) past the Rangers (2-8, 2-6), who got nine points from Leopoldo Herrera.

MCCURDY 57, QUESTA 44: The visiting Bobcats (7-2, 6-1) outscored the Wildcats (2-10, 2-8) 14-3 in the third quarter to pull away.

Other Tuesday scores: Peñasco 57, Mesa Vista 38.

Monday

MONTE DEL SOL 76, SANTA FE PREP 55: Kevin Enriquez scored 27 and Brayan Roybal had 23 for the visiting Dragons (6-2, 4-1 District 2-2A) to beat up the Blue Griffins (3-8, 1-6).

TAOS 80, LOS ALAMOS 54: Five players scored in double figures for the host Tigers (8-3, 4-3 District 2-4A) against the Hilltoppers (7-4, 4-3) led by Devin Archuleta’s 19.

PECOS 77, MORA 35: The good news for the host Rangers (2-9, 2-7 District 6-2A) is that they scored 17 in the first quarter. But the Panthers (9-2, 4-1) had 34 of their own and it wasn’t close thereafter

Other Monday scores: Española Valley 45, Moriarty 28; Menaul 72, Tierra Encantada 32; McCurdy 47, Mesa Vista 46.





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