• ‘Coach Mo’ Memorial Scholarship basketball tournament

    The inaugural “Coach Mo” Memorial Scholarship Co­-Ed Basketball Tournament, in honor of the late, great coach Marcos Morillon, took place July 1­2 at Bulldog­ Pit.…

  • This Week’s Local Sports Announcements

    FOOTBALL SUMMER WEIGHTS & SKILLS — The football Summer Weights and Skills Program for athletes in grades 6-9 is ongoing through Thursday, July 20, at…

  • NMMI coaches conduct football camp

    Boys participating in a youth football camp sponsored by HollyFrontier and conducted by coaching staff from NMMI participate in drills Wednesday morning at Jaycee Park.…

  • Daily Press’ football Player of the Year 2016

    Artesia High School Class of 2017 graduate Isaiah Weideman poses with his 2016 Player of the Year trophy Monday at the Daily Press offices. Weideman,…

  • Local freshmen to compete at NJHFR

    Clate Harwell and Denton Farer, both freshmen at Park Junior High School, are off to National Junior High Finals Rode in Lebanon, Tenn. Harwell will…

  • UNM’s new basketball arena name decided

    The home-remodeling company that purchased the naming rights of University of New Mexico’s basketball arena has decided on a new name, but the longstanding tradition…

  • Carlsbad’s Rogers drafted 13th by Miami

    The Minnesota Twins think they’ve got their shortstop of the future in the speedy and slick-fielding Royce Lewis. The California high school star was taken…

  • Lady Bulldogs rack up end-of-season awards

                    Members of the 2017 Lady Bulldog softball team receiving special recognition at the team’s end-of-season banquet are…

  • Artesia girl to participate in national junior high rodeo

    Artesia native Jade Jackson is heading to the National Junior High Finals Rodeo in Lebanon, Tenn. The New Mexico Junior Rodeo Association recently held their…

  • NMAA votes in favor of several changes at board meeting

    The New Mexico Activities Association (NMAA) voted June 1 in favor of a number of proposals that could have interesting effects on high school sports…