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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
The Tigers found their groove on a cold Friday night (Oct. 11) in Española, defeating the Sundevils 56-8 in district play. That makes the Tigers record 3-4 overall and 1-1 in district … more
All of the Tigers football players gathered in head coach Art Abreu Jr.'s classroom late Saturday night (Nov. 2) awaiting to see their ranking when the New Mexico Activities Association hosted their State Championship Selection and Seeding Show. more
The Taos Tigers didn't disappoint in their final regular-season home game. With crisp temperatures over all four quarters of action at Anaya Field on Friday evening (Nov. 1), the Tigers battled and in the process gained their fourth straight victory of the season 28-7 over the Bernalillo Spartans. more
Aidan Leblanc is "the type of player who comes once in a blue moon," says coach Art Abreu Jr. 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
Here is the information for tickets on sale online now. 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
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
The Taos Tigers lost to the Santa Fe Demons 15-30 on Friday (Sept.  13) during the homecoming game at Anaya Field.  The Tigers  held their own in the first half and headed into the … more
The Jaguars (3-2) snapped a scoreless tie at halftime and rolled to a 27-0 win at home against defending Class 4A state champion Taos on homecoming night. They dominated the game defensively, holding … 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 Tiger’s football team dominated Pojoaque Valley in a 69-14 victory on the road Friday night (Oct. 25), extending the Tigers recent string of success. In the latest iteration of … more
The long-awaited payback has been handed out. Taos has defeated Los Alamos in football, exacting a revenge for the countless years when the Tigers were on the receiving end of a L.A. stomp. more
Abreu Jr. called it “week-one stuff,” but this was day nine of preseason football practice. If the Taos Tigers couldn’t execute a play they worked on during the first week, their … 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
Taos was the dominant tiger team as they muscled their way to their third straight victory – steamrolling the Aztec Tigers 63-27 at Anaya Stadium Sept. 7. more
Thursday (Sept. 12)BuffPuff Volleyball Games - 9 a.m., Taos High School (THS) Otero GymPowderPuff Football Game - 1:10 p.m., THS Anaya FieldPregame Show/Bonfire - 7 p.m. Meet at THS Anaya Field and … more
The Taos Tigers moved to 5-0 on the season after an impressive win at home, taking down the Capital Jaguars 45-16 at Anaya Stadium Sept. 28. more
The Taos Tigers football season is off to a 2-0 start after a hilly, 44-27 triumph over Los Alamos on the road Friday (Aug. 30).The game kept the tension high for … more
The No. 7 Taos Tigers found themselves down 14 points at halftime to No. 10 Silver. But the Colts (6-5), with their strong running game and stout defensive efforts, were able to maintain their lead throughout the fourth quarter and, in the end, would take home the 26-23 win over the Tigers (6-5) at Anaya Field on Saturday afternoon (Nov. 9) in the first round of the Class 4A state playoffs. more
Taos Tigers topped the Aztec Tigers 63-27 Friday (Sept. 7), bringing Taos to their third straight win of the season at Taos High School.  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
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
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