• Baseball team goes 2-1 on opening weekend

    A 2-1 weekend against some of the top teams in Class 6A would be more than most first-year head coaches could hope for. Particularly with…

  • Lady ‘Dogs come up short in Alamogordo

    The Lady Bulldog basketball team knew they were capable of competing with Alamogordo. They’d led the Lady Tigers through three quarters Jan. 19 at Bulldog…

  • Diamond ‘Dogs come from behind to take season opener in extras

    There’s nothing quite like a dramatic entrance. The 2018 Bulldog baseball team made its season opener at the Hobbs Round Robin a thrill ride for…

  • Bulldogs ready to open state tournament today

    Four months’ worth of effort, preparation, highs, lows, devastating defeats, and thrilling victories have all led up to this. The Class 5A State Tournament is…

  • New head coach Ortiz focused on building program from the base up

    For first-year head coach JJ Ortiz, building a successful baseball program is like building a pyramid – make the foundation strong and it all becomes…

  • Diamond ‘Dogs ready to kick off 2018

    The temperatures, albeit it still fickle, are warming. The wind is certainly blowing. And although basketball season is still – excitingly – ongoing, for the…

  • Tickets on sale now for Bulldogs’ playoff game

    The Artesia High School Athletic Office at Bulldog Pit is pre-selling tickets for the Bulldog basketball team’s 7 p.m. Class 5A State Tournament first-round game…

  • Six Lady Bulldogs named to All-District teams

    Six members of the 2017-18 Lady Bulldog basketball team have been named to the District 4-AAAAA All-District rosters. Lady ‘Dog senior Gracie Puentes was named…

  • Null receives NMAA scholarship

    Artesia High School senior Taylor Null, a member of the Bulldog football, basketball and baseball teams, has been named one of 17 students receiving $23,000…

  • Champs x2: Bulldogs add tournament crown to 2018 district domination

    It wasn’t the most perfect game the Bulldog basketball team has put together. But the best things in life usually aren’t. All that mattered in…