Keyword: Taos Tigers Basketball
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Taos County All-Stars: Jude Suazo

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

Taos County All-Stars: Abdul Khweis

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

Taos County All-Stars: Santiago "Saint" Cortez

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

Season comes to an end for the Taos Tigers in third loss to Moriarty Pintos

The end has come for (5) Taos Tigers basketball in 2017-18. The Tigers fall to number four Moriarty, 49-42 in Class 4A quarterfinals. more

Tigers slip past SFIS, Taos cagers Rio Rancho bound

A collective sigh of relief fell over orange and black clad Taoseños and Taoseñas when the Taos Tiger emerged triumphant over the visiting Santa Fe Indian School March 3. more

Tigers defends their home court, hoist championship trophy and banner

Taos wins both regular season and district tournament championship to claim king-of-the-mountain status in District 2-4A and earn number five seed in state tournament. more

Worst to first: Tigers clinch District 2-4A, regular season title

Taos now moves to 16-10 overall, and 7-1 in district play with their latest win over the Horsemen, Dons and Cards. As the number one ranked team, the Tigers will host the district championship tournament game. more

63-36 spelled backward makes for cager number fun in Taos

The Taos Tiger boys’ basketball played the Pojoaque Valley Elks Feb. 2. Final score: 63-36 in favor of Taos. The following night, the Pojoaque Valley Elkettes traveled to Otero Gymnasium and beat the Taos Lady Tigers. Final score: 63-36. more

Taos Tigers take early lead in District 2-4A with win over rival Horsemen

Taos now sits at 2-0 in district play with double overtime victory over St. Michael's Horsemen Jan. 19. The Dons of West Las Vegas are next on the docket. more

Helter-skelter shootouts and dog fights, Taos boys basketball is exciting again

Under new management, Taos has undergone a much-needed transformation. Call it a re-branding, a new style or a re-launch. In any case the “new-look” Taos Tigers are an exciting playbill. more
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