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Talking Grammer podcast: Conversations from the sports beat

Journal staff writer Geoff Grammer shares some of the conversations he has on the beat covering a wide variety of sports in New Mexico, primarily UNM Lobos basketball, through his Talking Grammer podcast. For those fans of the written word, check out Geoff’s articles published in the Journal. iTUNES & RSS FEEDS Listen and subscribe […]

High School Volleyball: La Cueva repeats, finishes 27-0 season

RIO RANCHO — All La Cueva needed was a little adversity to ramp up its game. The top-seeded Bears capped a perfect 27-0 season Saturday night at the Rio Rancho Events Center, winning its second straight Class 5A state title, as La Cueva beat Las Cruces in four sets, 25-20, 18-25, 25-17, 25-18. “I have […]

It’s time to dive in to signing season for local college-bound athletes

National Signing Day will see scores of athletes across New Mexico sign their letters of intent Wednesday to schools from one end of the country to another. A large number of them hail from the Albuquerque metro area, and a handful are signing with Division I programs. St. Pius’ big, left-handed slugger, Gene Trujillo, is […]

Prep notes: Rio Rancho’s Manzanares earns 500th career coaching win

There have been stops at Socorro, St. Pius and Moriarty. But when Toby Manzanares reached an important coaching milestone on Tuesday night, he did so at the school — Rio Rancho High — where he’s spent the bulk of his outstanding career. Manzanares, 59, won his 500th career match as the Rams defeated Volcano Vista […]

Prep notes: Manzanares earns yet another milestone volleyball victory

There have been stops at Socorro, St. Pius and Moriarty. But when Toby Manzanares reached an important coaching milestone on Tuesday night, he did so at the school — Rio Rancho High — where he’s spent the bulk of his outstanding career. Manzanares, 59, won his 500th career match as the Rams defeated Volcano Vista […]

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