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Winter sports wrap up for all nine Taos County teams

All six basketball teams, wrestling, swimming and ice hockey have completed their respective seasons in Taos County. Here is a recap of the accomplishments of the interscholastic winter sports teams in 2017-18. more

2017-18 Peñasco boys basketball pre-season preview

Key factors to the Panther’s success will be the ability to score from the perimeter, a viable full-court press defense and staying out of foul trouble. Will we see the return of the "Runnin' Panthers" in 2017-18? more

2017-18 Peñasco Lady Panthers pre-season preview

District 5-2A remains one of the toughest leagues in the state, but Peñasco has the potential to be competitive in every game and in every classic tournament the squad is entered in this year. more

Tigers win season opener against Alamogordo

Taos wins opener at Coach Henry Sanchez Basketball Tournament in Bernalillo Nov 24 - knocking off the class 5A Alamogordo Tigers 61-53. more

Lady Panthers and Lady Cats to face off on the hard court, again

The Peñasco Lady Panthers (3) and Questa Lady Cats (14) are paired together in the first round of the Class 2A New Mexico State Basketball Tournament. Full house expected at Jicarita Peñasco Gymnasium for 7 p.m. start. more

Peñasco Lady Panthers advance to quarterfinals with win over Questa Lady Cats

The Peñasco Lady Panthers continued their winning ways, defeating the Questa Lady Cats 76-42 in first round action at Jicarita Peñasco Gymnasium March 2. more

Top 25 moments of 2016-17

The Taos News sports editor shares his best front-row sports stories and his top-25 moments from this past school year. 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

Top 25 Athletes: Simon Mount

Simon Mount: proven leader, fan favorite, Top 25 Athlete. Mount's stellar year in cross country, hockey and track garnered him a spot among the Taos County's elite. 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
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