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The Questa Wildcats, under the direction of first-year coach Chris Torres, fought tooth and nail for their homecoming game, but fell short by a final score of 21-15. more
Taos defended their home turf and beat Santa Fe High Demons 56-14 to claim homecoming victory Sept.15. Taos moves to 4-0 to start the season and will try to make it five straight wins on the front-side of the schedule with a "W" against Santa Fe Indian School Sept. 21. more
From a football fan’s standpoint, the Taos Tigers versus the Santa Fe High Demons at Ivan Head Stadium on Sept. 15 had it all. There was plenty of back-and-forth scoring, a nice combination of passing and rushing touchdowns, multiple scoring … more
The Taos Tigers lost their second game in-a-row, going down 32-14 to the St. Michael's Horsemen at Christian Brothers Stadium in Santa Fe today (Oct. 8). It was the second straight Saturday game for the Tigers as well, losing last Saturday night … more
On the hallowed grounds of historic Milne Stadium, the Taos Tigers paid a visit to host team, Hope Christian for a melee between two ascending squads in Class 4A. Final score: Taos 27, Hope Christian 14. more
Taos dominates both sides of the ball in impressive win over southern foe, Hatch Valley at Anaya Stadium Aug. 25. more
John Barlow Reid III, sports medicine director for Taos Orthopaedic Institute, earned the New Mexico Highlands University (NMHU) Spirit Award for his dedication to volunteering as the team's physician for the past 13 years. more
Harping on a single point – over and over – can seem like a waste of time, words and space. However, Tigers Coach Art Abreu doesn’t seem ready to let a certain matter rest in peace – and neither do his most-devoted players. They’re not … more
Coach Art Abreu Jr. and his squad face another rivalry challenge of sorts as the Tigers travel to Santa Fe to take on the St. Michael’s Horsemen on Saturday, October 8 at 1:30 p.m. before their scheduled bye-week on Oct. 15. The game will take … more
Nine touchdowns in just two and a half quarters gives Taos easy win in Santa Fe. Now at 5-0, the Tigers will travel to Las Vegas to battle the Robertson Cardinals Sept. 29. more
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