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Blue Devils XC team takes second place in Lubbock

September 24th, 2015


PRESIDIO – The Presidio boys’ varsity cross-country team came in second place out of 17 teams at the Lubbock Invitation meet last Saturday.

Of the individual boys who competed, Presidio’s Jessie Ortiz came in first place with a time of 16.48; Oscar Moreno came in eighth place with a time …

Results from the Sept. 12 Presidio boys cross country at the Wink Wildcat Cross Country meet

September 17th, 2015

Varsity boys – Individual Results (82 Runners)

Jessie Ortiz – 1st (time 16.25)

Ivan Montoya – 4th (time 17.04)

Jose Prieto – 5th (time 17.14)

Oscar Moreno – 6th (time 17.22)

Ivan Cervantes – 11th (time 17.43)

Edwin Anaya – 14th (time 17.55)

Mace Galliete – 15th (time 17.58)

Miguel Carreon – 30th (time 18.54)

Results for the girls junior high and varsity girls 3k run in Wink Saturday

September 17th, 2015

Varsity girls:72 total runners

Katelyn Valenzuela placed 6th with a time of 14.45 minutes

Alexa Dominguez placed 19th with a time of 15.44

Lisa Pena placed 58th with a time of 17.5

Jaedy Calderon placed 65th with a time of 20.23

JV girls:34 total runners

Karla Cepeda placed 11th with a time of 17.48 …

Victory for boys’ cross-country teams at Wink meet

September 17th, 2015

The Champions – From left, Coach Marco Lujan, Miguel Carreon, Ivan Montoya, Oscar Moreno, Mace Galliete, Edwin Anaya, Jose Prieto, Ivan Cervantes, Jesse Ortiz, and Coach Robert Romero.

PRESIDIO – The boys’ varsity and junior varisty cross-country teams came in first place at last week’s “Wink Wildcat” meet on Saturday. The junior …

Presidio girls take first place at XC meet

September 17th, 2015

Cross country Champion athletes, from left, Ivett Ramos, Lisa Peña, Jaedy Calderon, Katelyn Valenzuela,  Omega Galindo, Alexa Dominguez, Alejandra Proaño, Daniella Ramos and Cristina Carrasco.

PRESIDIO – Both Presidio girls’ cross country teams took first place at last week’s Red Rock Run in Van Horn.

On the varsity team, Katelyn Valenzuela came …

PYAA now accepting new members, soccer and volleyball registration

September 17th, 2015

PRESIDIO – The Presidio Youth Athletic Association (PYAA) is looking for new volunteer members.

The non-profit organization, which organizes the city’s youth soccer, volleyball, basketball, softball and baseball leagues, is looking for anyone 18 and over, who has some knowledge in any of the sports.

Members will make decisions pertaining to any upcoming sports …

Junior Lady Horns wrangle Cowgirls

September 17th, 2015

MARFA – The Marfa 8th-grade volleyball squad defeated the Grandfalls Cowgirls 25-7, 25-20, while the 7th-grade unit put forth a strong, much improved performance, but fell short to the visiting team 19-25, 25-23, 15-25.

Strong performances for Marfa included Avery Beltran and Samantha Jimenez from the service line, each serving 7 consecutive points to …

Lady Horns get first district win

September 17th, 2015

MARFA – The varsity Lady Shorthorns are now 1-1 in district with a win over the Grandfalls Cowgirls 25-11, 25-14, 25-14 on Tuesday.

Marfa dropped its district opener to Wink 15-25, 23-25, 15-25 Saturday afternoon and will travel to Balmorhea this Saturday for a 3pm game.

Leading Marfa’s squad was Kaci Flores with 25 …

Junior Blue Devils take consolation at Eagle tourney

September 10th, 2015

The Lucy Rede Franco Middle School 8th-grade volleyball team, back row from left, Odette Escontrias, Michelle Galindo, Isabella Ornelas, and Adaly Ramiez; and front row from left, Alexa Pando, Gracie Loera, Osiris Alferez, Karime Baeza, and Darianna Morales.

Junior Blue Devils take consolation at Eagle tourney

PRESIDIO, PECOS – The Lucy Rede …

Home opener for Lady Horns proves difficult for 2 of 3 teams

September 10th, 2015

MARFA – The Lady Horns junior high and varsity squads hosted their first home games of the season Tuesday evening and the 7th grade (21-25, 20-25) and varsity (8-25, 19-25, 21-25) fell short to the Marathon Mustangs, while the 8th graders were victorious (25-20, 25-21).

Leading the junior high squad was Bella Morales who …

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