Each season for a decade, Serrano has placed white cups in a fence in front of Randall Lumber along Paseo del Pueblo Sur to spell out motivational phrases for the Tigers. This year, he used the cups to track the Tigers’ record, right up to the championship game, when they ended the season 12-1.
Student-athletes are required by the New Mexico Activities Association to maintain good academic standing in order to set foot on the field.
Of all the foes the Taos Tigers have had to contend with throughout history, it seems strange that our football team considers the Las Vegas Robertson Cardinals a “rival” team.
Football helped him grow into himself, a young man who can manage setbacks when they come and is “ready for more.”
Clayton Demas started dreaming of a state championship when he was 8 years old playing with the Taos Young America Football League. Together with his YAFL teammates, they “always talked about …
Dealing with adversity seems to be a Tiger specialty. Valerio learned from wrestling how to turn failure into growth.
“I’m proud to be able to represent my family and my team with this accomplishment.”
When Abreu Jr. got his first head coaching job, it was with the caveat that Abreu Sr. would come with him.
The whole Taos community has been involved in nourishing the bodies of the Tiger team.
Official team portrait.
Football has helped him be “more humble,” and to see that “not everything is just that bad.”
Though he took the RTD bus to school during the school year, there was no bus early enough to get him to 5 a.m. practices in the summer. So his family brought him.
From the first play to the last, every moment counted in the 14-7 Taos 4A state championship victory over Bloomfield at Anaya Field in Taos Dec. 1.