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Dalton Kasel is the highest-ranked American in the Unleash the Beast world championship standings for the 2022-23 season.
It's not an industry secret: having good players makes you a better coach. Joe Scelfo gets that. …
Anti-abortion activists want to challenge the passage of New Mexico’s House Bill 7 in court.
When Albuquerque Public Schools made it known they were opening the door for out-of-state travel for its spring sports programs this year, the La Cueva baseball team was one of the first to sign up for a chance to pack its bags.
Beyond a competition, for the Eldorado cheer squad it was all about becoming a family – warts …
The competition continues Saturday with cheer and co-ed cheer filling the Pit.
An Albuquerque law firm is recommending New Mexico State University shore up its policies surrounding weapons, team curfews and coaches communicating with law enforcement.
From the Editorial Board: Gladiators and their artificial turf purchased by the city of Albuquerque need to return to the Duke City sooner rather than later.
Dick Fosbury, the lanky leaper who revamped the technical discipline of high jump and won an Olympic gold medal with his “Fosbury Flop,” has died. He was 76. Fosbury died Sunday after a recurrence with lymphoma, according to his publicist, Ray Schulte. Before Fosbury, many high jumpers cleared their heights by running parallel to the […]