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Aidan Leblanc is "the type of player who comes once in a blue moon," says coach Art Abreu Jr. more
Hundreds of people participated in an afternoon parade celebrating the Taos Tigers football team for winning their first-ever state championship. more
Taos High School will celebrate the State Football Championship on Friday, December 21 at 1 p.m.  more
From home to away games, The Taos News followed the Taos Tigers throughout the season reporting on every game. more
The Taos community sends its congratulations to its State Champion Tigers! more
The Taos Tigers finished a dream season by winning the school's first football championship 14-7 over the Bloomfield Bobcats Saturday (Dec. 1) at Anaya Stadium. They withstood a cold, bitter wind and … more
Update: 2:32 p.m.   As second half gets underway, Taos and Bloomfield are tied 7-7, with wind and cold making it tough on both teams. Defense from both Tigers and Bobcats keeping the scoring low.  more
It’s a tradition for many Taos Tigers football players to get a haircut before a big game at Taos Barber Shop, a small salon at the corner of Cruz Alta Road, where Tiger alums run … more
The Taos Tigers football team speak from the practice field ahead of their 4A state championship game Saturday (Dec. 1). more
As the 2018 Taos Tigers football team readies for Saturday’s state championship game at the hometown Anaya Field, the community also readies for that age old tradition of small-town high school spirit. more
Bloomfield is only 1,500 feet lower in elevation than Taos and has similar temperatures, so the primary advantage to the Tigers of playing at home will be the physical comfort of not needing to travel and, of course, the Tiger fans. more
When asked what they would do differently to prepare for the championship, assistant coach Art Abreu Sr. said they’d hold the course. “What we’re doing is working.” more
Here is the information for tickets on sale online now. more
The Taos Tigers are headed to a 4A state championship showdown with Bloomfield. The  Tigers upset the Rams 35-14 in Portales at Greyhound Stadium Saturday (Nov. 24) in the semifinals of the New Mexico state football playoffs.  more
Saturday, November 24 at Greyhound Stadium in Portales. Game time is 1 p.m. tomorrow in Portales. more
Scenes from Taos' 55-7 victory against Lovington on Saturday (Nov. 17) at Anaya Stadium. The Tigers will move on to the state semifinals Nov. 24 against Portales, which beat Grants 64-32 on Saturday.  more
In Saturday's game (Nov. 17) against Lovington, the Taos Tigers won 55-7, marshalling a strong defense and big-yardage runs to keep the Wildcats caged. more
The Taos Tigers prepare for the 1 p.m. kickoff of their first playoff game of the season, Saturday (Nov. 17). more
The Taos Tigers ended their regular season  with a 9-1 record after defeating the Bernalillo Spartans 35-16 Friday night (Oct. 2). Check back here for more highlights of the game. more
Under the Friday night lights of last week's football game (Oct. 26), the Taos Tigers regained their spirit with a 50-0 victory over the Pojoaque Valley … more
ESPAÑOLA – If you hosted a prep football game at Española Valley and didn't allow fans in to see it, would anyone be able to tell the difference? Friday's essentially … more
The Taos Tigers football team defeated the Pojoaque Valley Elks Friday (Oct. 26) in a 50-0 victory which ended the game at the half. more
The St. Pius X Sartans, who won the 2016 5A State Championship and have been a thorn to Taos in the past, were redistricted back to 4A this year. And, their big … more
Taos Tigers faced the first loss of their season on Saturday (Oct. 20) during their game against St. Pius X in Albuqerque. The Tigers finished the game with a final score of 27-0.  more
The Sartans (5-3, 3-0) rolled to a 27-0 shutout at Milne Stadium to seize control of the district race and all but end any chance the Tigers had at taking the top overall seed in the playoffs. more
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