North Sports: Week in Review


SANTA FE PREP 3, MONTE DEL SOL 0: The host Blue Griffins (4-1) overpowered the Dragons (2-2), despite seven kills from June Martinez.

ESCALANTE 3, CORONADO 0: The host Lobos (2-1) rolled over the Leopards 25-16, 25-12, 26-24.


WEST LAS VEGAS 4, BERNALILLO 0: The visiting Dons (1-1) scored four times in the first half and made the lead stand up against the Spartans.


SOCORRO 2, ROBERTSON 1: The visiting Cardinals (1-4) got a second-half goal from Aaron Doss, but it could not prevent a loss to the Warriors.

GIRLS SOCCER / Wednesday

GRANTS 2, CAPITAL 0: Aritza Castillo made six saves for the visiting Jaguars (1-2), but the defense broke down in the second half when the Pirates scored twice to secure the victory.

SOCORRO 2, ROBERTSON 1: After falling behind by two at halftime, the host Cardinals (1-1-1) nearly rallied back before falling to the Warriors.

BOYS SOCCER / Wednesday

SANTA FE HIGH 7, TAOS 0: Alex Waggoner scored four goals with an assist for the visiting Demons (5-0) in his return to his former school, while Mike Wissman had a pair of goals and three assists against the Tigers (2-3).

ST. MICHAEL’S 2, LOS LUNAS 0: The Horsemen (3-3) got two goals from Trevor Erickson, and goalkeeper Daniel Benavidez made several acrobatic saves against the Tigers.

CAPITAL 10, GRANTS 0: The visiting Jaguars (1-4) overwhelmed the Pirates with six first-half goals.

VOLLEYBALL / Wednesday

LAGUNA ACOMA 3, ESPAÑOLA VALLEY 0: The host Sundevils (3-2) could not handle the scrambling Hawks in losing 25-21, 25-20, 25-16.

MONTE DEL SOL 3, N.M. SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF 0: Krista Terrazas put down nine kills and June Martinez had five in leading the visiting Dragons (2-1) past the Roadrunners (0-1) 25-15, 25-13, 25-18


SANTA FE INDIAN SCHOOL 3, ESCALANTE 0: Cameron Conners blasted 11 kills and dominated the net with 17 blocks to lead the visiting Braves (1-2) past the Lobos (2-1) 25-10, 25-19, 25-20.

CAPITAL 3, NAVAJO PREP 0: The visiting Jaguars (1-0) dominated the Eagles in a 25-11, 25-19, 25-10 decision.

RIO RANCHO 3, SANTA FE 0: Alyssa Sanchez contributed 10 kills for the Demonettes (0-2) against the powerful Rams in a 25-16, 25-23, 25-19 loss.

ST. PIUS 3, LOS ALAMOS 0: Eight kills from Michelle Macias of the visiting Hilltoppers (1-2) was not enough to spur them to victory against the Sartans in a 25-19, 25-20, 25-21 loss.

ROBERTSON 3, POJOAQUE VALLEY 0: Sonya Quintana had 12 kills and Adrianna Rodriguez added 10 as the visiting Cardinals (2-0) swept the Elkettes (1-1) 25-17, 25-22, 25-21.

SANTA FE PREP 3, EAST MOUNTAIN 2: Nicole Gonzales’ overwhelming performance, with 27 kills and nine aces, carried the host Blue Griffins (3-1) past the Timberwolves 26-24, 14-25, 22-25, 26-24, 15-9.

TAOS 3, WEST LAS VEGAS 1: The host Tigers (2-0) had their way with the rebuilding Dons (0-3), winning 25-18, 21-25, 25-19, 25-16.


CAPITAL 2, NAVAJO PREP 1: Vanessa Reyes and America Lopez each had a goal and an assist in leading the host Jaguars (1-1) past Navajo Prep.

ST. MICHAEL’S 3, TAOS 1: Three Horsemen (2-1) scored, while Tara Scheider had two assists over the host Tigers (4-1).

MONTE DEL SOL 11, SANTA FE INDIAN SCHOOL 1: Kathy Armendariz had five goals and Selene Franco chipped in four to lead the host Dragons (1-1) over the Braves (0-5)


SANTA FE HIGH 6, SANTA FE PREP 1: Alex Waggoner continued his scoring rampage with four goals and Mike Wissman had four assists in leading the visiting Demons (4-0) past the Blue Griffins (1-2-1), who got a score from Yuto Okatani.


SANTA FE HIGH 10, SANTA FE PREP 0: Allison Segura-Maez scored twice with two assists and Asha Smelser scored two, while Veronica Luchetti had a goal and an assist for the host Demonettes (3-0) in an overwhelming performance against the Blue Griffins (0-2).


GOLF: To raise money for the sports and activities programs at St. Michael’s, Santa Fe and Capital high schools, the second North of 40 alumni golf tournament is scheduled for Oct. 11 at the Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe. For more information, email or call 505-917-5507.

ROUND TWO: To support the Los Alamos High School golf teams, the Los Alamos Junior Golf Association is holding a tournament Saturday (Sept. 11) at the Los Alamos Golf Course. For more information, email

CYCLING: See northern New Mexico from a different perspective during the upcoming Enchanted Circle Bicycle Tour next Sunday (Sept. 12). Roll through the towns of Red River, Questa, Taos, Angel Fire and Eagle Nest, while also challenging 9,820-foot Bobcat Pass, the state’s highest mountain pass. The tour includes full route support, stocked aid stations, music, food and drinks. For more information or to register, see

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