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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
Under a sizzling midday sun, the Questa Wildcats soccer squad found themselves in the marquee game of the First Annual Desert Academy Invitational soccer tournament at Santa Fe's Alto Park Sept. 15. more
Another challenger, another knockout. Taos wins its fourth straight in a rout that saw the game clock run throughout the entire second half. more
A recap of Taos County sports teams who are well into their respective seasons more
It's the first time during Coach Anita Rodriguez's three-year tenure and the first time since 2014 that the Lady Tigers held a balanced win-loss record. more
It has taken 11 years, but Taos has finally snapped a 10-game losing streak to the Capital Jaguars, beating them 2-1 on their home pitch in Santa Fe Sept. 8. more
Competing in their second consecutive 'big" race of the year, the Tigers and Lady Tigers ventured north to check out the high-elevation competition of the Centennial State Sept. 8. 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
Taos started play in what would be considered their home and season opener at noon in the annual gathering with a 4-0 win against the Robertson Cardinals in the Annual Sangre de Cristo Classic. 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
Improvement is the name of the game, and Coach Bruce Gomez has expressed his desire to show weekly gains in strength, confidence, teamwork and mile-splits in both his boys and girls as they prepare for the 2018 season. more
An emphasis on defense will be a major focus for the Taos Tigers. The fitness level of the players will be a key to success as well as players will be called upon to play the majority of minutes on both sides of the ball. more
As we forge ahead into the new sports season, we take a look back at the top stories in 2017-18. more
No predictions, but the The Tigers look like a very good football team. Season opener slated for Aug. 25 at St. Mike's. more
Driven, selfless and committed to her teams and coaches, Larissa Passino demonstrated a level of athletic supremacy and leadership that only comes along every generation or so. more
No matter the uniform - be it football, basketball or baseball - Jude Suazo exhibited raw athletic talent and a knack for making others around him better in 2017-18. more
With athleticism, and personality, Matthew Lopez helped lead his Peñasco Panthers basketball teams through multiple rebuilding years. One stellar javelin throw at state capped his career. more
The Questa Wildcats were heavily reliant on Antonio Garcia's arm in 2017-18. As starting quarterback and pitcher, Garcia gave his all to those programs - setting the foundation for those in his wake. more
Taos Strong. Tyler Valencia combined speed, skill and strength to garner his first state championship medal in 2017-18. In many ways, Valencia made it look easy and expected. more
A top-tier athlete, Adrianna Tafoya produced numbers on the basketball court that thrusts her into realm of state's best among class 2A players. Other sports had good showing with her on their rosters. more
Steady improvement at weekly cross-country meets - starting in 2016 - ultimately led to a state title for Katz in the fall. Great work ethics resulted in points needed in the distance running events for a team championship in track. more
Number 10 was solid on defense for the Lady Panthers on the volleyball and basketball courts in 2017-18, but impressive all-round stats during the state title in the Pit make it a special year for Contreras. more
With a plethora of tools in the woodshed, Khweis was instrumental in a catapulting the Tigers to a district championship in 2017-18 - earning a "worst-to-first" moniker for Taos. more
One-of-two eighth-graders to make the list of All-Stars, Gilly Valdez proves their is no age limit when it comes to athletic achievement. more
Santiago Cortez made his impact known in 2017-18. With a big heart, Cortez was able to combine strength and humility into quiet leadership that translated to team success. more
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