Centauri looks to keep things going against Buena Vista

Tonight the fifth ranked Centauri Falcons go on the road and try to stay perfect against the winless Demons. On paper this game looks like a blowout waiting to happen.

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Rio Grande Rattlers take on Cloud City Challenge

On September 10th the new Rio Grande Rattlers High School Mountain Bike Team traveled to Leadville to compete in the Cloud City Challenge which was their second race of the season.

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Valley teams miss state, send Chavez and Hoffstaetter

On Monday the Alamosa, Monte Vista and Creede golf teams competed in 3A Regional golf tournaments in Aurora and Colorado City. The valley teams took 6th, 7th and 15th respectively.

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Alamosa splits Tri with Centauri and Montezuma-Cortez

Alamosa hosted a Tri on Saturday Sept. 16th, coming up short against Centauri 3-1 and besting Montezuma-Cortez 3-0 in the second for an even split over the weekend.

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Centauri tops Monte Vista, stays perfect

Tuesday evening the Centauri (8-0) volleyball squad went into Monte Vista (1-9) and knocked off the Pirates 3 sets to none.

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Alamosa exorcises demons in victory over Pagosa Springs

Alamosa took over a home game against Pagosa Springs in a 5-goal shutout for a commanding win at home on Saturday Sept. 16th.

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Panthers roar to their third straight win

Friday afternoon Sierra Grande (3-0) football handed Primero (2-1) a 64-27 defeat in a lopsided game that triggered the mercy rule.

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Third quarter brawl spoils third rout for Moose

early impenetrable defense and an offense that scored at will dominated Trinidad as the Alamosa Mean Moose rolled to a 42-6 victory at home Friday, in spite of a fourth quarter melee that saw four Maroons ejected from the game.

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Adams State Ready for Road Test

Adams State University football team heads to Durango this Saturday at noon to take on Fort Lewis College in the annual Musket Game.

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ABC Golf Tournament winners named

Pictured are the first place winners (from left)Sarah Cantu, Richard Esquibel and Ryan Esquibel. They took first with a score of 31 in the tournament's scramble format at Cattails Golf Course on Sept. 10th.

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Monte Vista and Pagosa Springs engage in battle of Pirates

This Friday Monte Vista (2-0) plays host to Pagosa Springs (0-2) in a tale of two teams.

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Alamosa to host Trinidad for Homecoming

In their homecoming game this Friday Alamosa (2-1) will host the Trinidad Miners (1-2).

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Pedro Francisco hat tricks, Moose make it 2 in a row

ALAMOSA — Friday afternoon the boy’s soccer team shut out Montezuma-Cortez with a 4-goal performance.

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Monte Vista golf tournament wraps up on Friday

Friday morning's Golf Tournament in Monte Vista

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Adams State hosts 24th annual Joe I. Vigil Open

Results shared from Joe I. Vigil meet

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Centauri stays perfect with win against Pagosa Springs

LA JARA — On Friday night the Falcons hosted Pagosa Springs and put on a show for the home crowd with a 36-17 victory off a 3-touchdown night from Taj Cornum.

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Mean Moose gear up for a showdown in La Junta

Tonight Alamosa goes on the road to face La Junta in a battle of top rated contenders.

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Alamosa High School receives NATA Safe Sports School award

Alamosa High School is the recipient of the National Athletic Trainers' Association Safe Sports School award for its AHS Athletic Training and Sports Medicine Program

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Alamosa falls short against visiting Bayfield

Mean Moose volleyball lost at home to Bayfield on Tuesday afternoon 3 sets to none.

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Hole in one

Labor Day weekend, playing from the tips, was made by Brandon Rogers of Center using a 5 iron from 200 yards on hole 9.

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Alamosa finishes strong in victory against Crested Butte

Alamosa ended a two game skid with a 3-2 win at home against Crested Butte on Saturday morning.

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Sargent drops 30-27 decision to Hoehne

Friday night was a Farmer face-off with Hoehne getting the better of Sargent in a fast paced 30-27 game.

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Martinez chips in two, Moose roll

ALAMOSA— Alamosa came away with a 37-7 victory over Buena Vista at home Friday night in a game that got off to a late start.

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Reis' pieces

Reis' pieces

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Maximum effort

Maximum effort

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Rio Grande Rattlers attend composite mountain bike race

FRISCO—The Rio Grande Rattlers Composite Mountain Bike Team wound its way to Frisco for their first competitive race of the season.

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CHSAA Sports Medicine Advisory Committee makes recommendations

The Colorado High School Activities Association’s Sports Medicine Advisory Committee met Wednesday, August 30, 2017, in its continuing efforts to provide a safer participation environment and lessen risks to student participants in the state.

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Alamosa defeats Florence in convincing fashion

Alamosa junior Chad Jackson (10) had a banner night on both sides of the line, catching four John Lujan passes for 65 yards unofficially and another 21-yard touchdown called back by penalty.

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High school activities bring communities together

Tailgates. Pep rallies. Friday night lights. The new school year is here!

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Centauri survives redzone errors to down Paonia

LA JARA- Centauri defeated Paonia in their home opener 20-13. As the lights went down the action heated up.

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Mean Moose, Falcons headed to regionals

ALAMOSA– Winners of 17 straight games, Lamar baseball grabbed the top overall seed in the Class 3A baseball regional tournament slated for Saturday at various sites and will determine who advances to state beginning May 19.

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ASU women claim RMAC championship

GUNNISON – On the final day of the RMAC Championships, the Adams State University women scored 109 points to surge ahead of rival Western State Colorado University and claim the 2017 team title

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Alamosa victorious in Senior Day sweep

ALAMOSA — Senior Day was memorable for the Alamosa Mean Moose baseball team. The weather was warm and the wind remained mostly calm as Alamosa swept the visiting Pagosa Springs Pirates in the final spring 2017 regular season double header on Saturday.

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City promotes outdoor activity

The City of Alamosa proclaimed Kids to Park Day.

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Romero brothers qualify for Amsoil Arenacross Nationals

VALLEY — Loren Stetson Romero is the official 2017 Amsoil Arenacross West Coast Champion in the Ultracross 50cc Class

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Grizzlies defeat Metro, advance in RMAC Tourney

GRAND JUNCTION—The Adams State University softball team on Thursday celebrated their first Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) tournament win since 2015 where they went 2-2.

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Johnson is RMAC goalie of the year

The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference released their All-Conference and yearly awards on May 2 for men's lacrosse. Several Grizzlies made the honorable mention list, while one came away with a major award.

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Errors undermine Vikings' work in Ignacio

IGNACIO—Five errors in the bottom of the fifth inning Tuesday afternoon cost the Vikings their one-run advantage, and as some would say, ultimately a potential road win against a non-league opponent currently playing its best baseball of the spring.

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ASU women start 3-game home stand today

After six road games to begin the season, Adams State University returns home for three consecutive home games at the ASU Lacrosse Field.

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Parkins pots six, Moose overrun Ignacio 7-0

IGNACIO—Despite Saturday morning’s wintry weather, it was clear Kara Bentley’s jets still hadn’t fully cooled after a late penalty kick, stemming from a dubious (and disputed) hand-ball infraction, allowed Montezuma-Cortez to snatch a 3-2 win the previous

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Broncos salute community with Del Norte stop

DEL NORTE— High Valley Community Center (HVCC) welcomed the community of Del Norte and surrounding areas Saturday, April 22 for an exciting event.

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Alamosa Parks & Rec shares volleyball champs

Congratulations to the volleyball champions in the city league.

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Tri-Star Basketball recognizes participants

The Alamosa Optimist Club would like to thank and congratulate the 65 San Luis Valley youth who participated in the Annual Optimist Tri-Star Basketball competition.

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Anaya autos in men’s 1500m

GUNNISON – The Western State Invitational concluded Saturday afternoon with Adams State University Track & Field athletes competing in sprints, the discus, and 1500m races.

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Moose swipe split pair with league-leading Bayfield

BAYFIELD—Despite a seventh-inning dual ejection, resulting in the removal from play of Alamosa’s offensive hero and Bayfield’s defensive goat (who’d been BHS’ Game 1 defensive hero, however), there was still work to be done beneath a plummeting sun Monday

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DN Tigresses take down Lady Cats, 4-nil

Getting a second-minute goal through traffic from freshman forward Kendra Parra, as well as an 81st-minute finish from senior Ashley Rivera only seconds before the full-time whistle, DNHS earned a 4-nil road win at Ignacio.

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Martinez Memorial events set May 28

MONTE VISTA — This is the 9th year of the 5K Run/Walk and Veterans Golf Tournament held at the Monte Vista Golf Course on May 28th to benefit the Sgt. Glen E. Martinez Memorial Scholarship Fund.

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Adams State, community make 2017 Special Olympics Basketball Showcase a success

ALAMOSA — The sport management class at Adams State University had the honor of hosting the 2017 Special Olympics Basketball Showcase on April 7th at Plachy Hall on the Adams State University campus as its class project.

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ASU recruit interviewed on Good Morning America

ALAMOSA — An Arizona high school senior is making national news this week for possibly being the first woman to ever sign a letter of intent to play college football at the Division II level or higher on scholarship.

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Mean Moose sweep away Pirates in twin bill

ALAMOSA — The Mean Moose pitching was effective and the offense struck early and often Saturday as Alamosa hosted the Monte Vista Pirates in an Intermountain League matchup at the OMS fields.

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Sanford scrambles to save Saturday sweep of Center

SANFORD—Fielding a question about his squad’s fielding in Game 2 of Saturday’s home doubleheader, Austin Edgar sounded quite relieved that precise details had already escaped his memory.

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Grizzly football previews 2017

Adams State experimented with a variety of offenses and defenses in its annual spring game.

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ASU recruit draws national attention

ALAMOSA– Becca Longo, 18, is believed to have become the first female in history to earn a football scholarship with a top-tier college team when she signed a letter of intent Wednesday with Adams State University.

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Casias signs to wrestle for Adams State

Manulito Casias signed with Adams State University for wrestling.

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AHS athlete signs with Drury University

Jessica Archuleta-Trujillo, center, is accompanied by family members and Alamsosa High School Head Track and Field Coach Larry Zaragoza, far left, as she signs with Drury University for track and field.

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Hays named RMAC Player of the Week

COLORADO SPRINGS-Even though the team success was not what Adams State Head Coach Dervin Taylor had hoped for, the coach did see a bright spot in this past weekend's series against New Mexico Highlands University. The Grizzlies, who went 1-3 on the weeke

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Basketball camp celebrates 49 years

LA JARA — Fred’s Youth Basketball camp, held at the La Jara Elementary School, is, was able to complete the 49th year of the basketball program.

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Unlikely team of two finishes 12th in the nation in NJCAA Track and Field

ALAMOSA — The team that finished first brought 34 athletes. Trinidad State came with only two, but ended up in 12th place at the NJCAA (National Junior College Athletic Association) Indoor Track and Field national meet in Pittsburg, Kansas, in February.

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Homers help ASU take three from UCCS

Something clicked for Adams State University junior April Riggins as she celebrated the fourth month of the year with four home runs to help her Grizzlies get a split in Saturday's Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference doubleheader.

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ASU Track and Field busy weekend

A majority of Adams State University student-athletes returned to action on Saturday to begin the outdoor season.

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Weidner plays hero in ASU's only win over CCU

It wasn't the start Adams State University envisioned but a dramatic 16-15 game two win over Colorado Christian University gave the Grizzlies a Sunday doubleheader split against the Cougars.

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Alamosa sweeps Thunderbid titles

The weather postponed all but two events of the La Junta Meet to this Thursday; however, the San Luis Valley showed just how tough Valley athletes were as they battled morning winds and competed in the Sangre de Cristo Thunderbird Invitational on Saturday

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Grizzly softball split with Orediggers

Even though the weather may have been playable on Saturday, the early decision to move the Adams State University softball four-game series to Sunday and Monday was a smart one.

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Alamosa, Centauri to start IML

The Alamosa Mean Moose and Centauri Falcons' baseball teams are set to start the Intermountain League portion of their seasons on Saturday when the Falcons, who are 3-3 overall and under new head coach Tyler Buhr, host the Mean Moose.

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Alamosa Parks and Recreation announces fifth and sixth grade volleyball champions

After finishing third in regular season play, Team Purple entered the end of season tournament eager, but took an early loss.

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Four represent Valley at 'The Show'

Four San Luis Valley basketball players represented the Valley at the 2017 "The Show" All Star Game this past weekend at Metro State University in Denver.

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Grizzlies set to host Colorado Mesa and Westminster

The Adams State University men's lacrosse team is returning home for the first time in 16 days. The team has also been on a ten day rest since their last game in Huntsville, Alabama.

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Grizzles wrap up Pack Invite in sixth

The final day of the Pack Invite hosted by Colorado State University-Pueblo saw the Adams State University Grizzlies women's golf team finish in sixth spot, after a final team score of 644 (+140).

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Bobcats take revenge on Farmers

Having just seen Ignacio senior Timmy Plehinger-Williams, hitless in three previous plate appearances (but twice hit by pitches), lash a long double to the leftfield fence with Saturday’s game deadlocked in the top of the seventh inning, Terry VanBibber’s

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Grizzlies take three from Skyhawks

The weekend was exactly what the Adams State University softball team needed as they completed a 4-game series and win over the visiting Fort Lewis Skyhawks on Sunday at the ASU Softball Field.

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Lady Tigers beat bulldogs, 59-44

For almost any Del Norte success Thursday night, Haxtun had at least two responses.

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Niemi's walk-off hit gives ASU split over weekend

The Adams State University Grizzlies were only able to split during their four-game series against the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs Mountain Lions and it came in the second half of a doubleheader on Saturday

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Center Invitational highlights track weekend

The 2017 track and field season opened up last Friday for several San Luis Valley teams as the Center Vikings hosted the 2017 Center Invitational that was hosted at Monte Vista High School.

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Furious fifth: Farmers win big, ending IHS Invite

Touched for just a leadoff single in the bottom of the first, and a one-out double in the second, Sargent’s Ryan Davis was otherwise untouchable Saturday evening.

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Arby's All Star dunk contest draws excitement

The 2017 Arby's All Star Game drew excitement as fans filled Plachy Hall on Friday evening. The two dunkers pictured, Jorge Venzor (23;top) and Jeff Stevenson (bottom) battled tooth and nail for the win as they both electrified the crowds with exciting ba

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All Valley teams fall on final day of state tournament

Like the harsh winds that blow through the San Luis Valley, the final day of the state tournaments, which took place in northern Colorado, was unforgiving to the four San Luis Valley teams that played on Saturday. The Centauri Lady Falcons and Del Norte L

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Still undefeated, on to state!

The Antonito Trojans celebrate after winning their regional title game as they have clinched a spot in next week’s state tournament, which will be at the University of Northern Colorado and the Loveland Events Center.

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Five SLV teams claim regional titles Saturday

The San Luis Valley basketball season lives on for one more week and fans will have their pick of where they want to go as seven teams have qualified for a chance to vie for the state title across three different venues across northern Colorado, starting

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SLV Dust Devils take first

Congratulations to our very own SLV Special Olympics basketball athletes for a fine showing at their regional competition in Pueblo on Sunday, February 19. Athletes have been practicing hard on Saturday mornings since November to get ready for this event.

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Two Valley teams clinch state berths

The Antonito Lady Trojans and the Creede/Lake City Miners are state-bound as they won their games on Friday in Gunnison while several other teams battled for the opportunity to play on Saturday and earn a spot.

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12 teams geared for regional basketball action

After a successful showing at Adams State University and Bayfield High School this past weekend, San Luis Valley basketball teams will turn their focus to a trip to the state basketball tournaments, which will take place next Thursday, Friday and Saturday

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Lester signs to play at Rocky Mountain College

Sargent senior Quincy Lester has signed to agree to continue her athletic and academic career for the Rocky Mountain College Battlin' Bears out of Billings, Montana.

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Grizzly softball bests Yellowjackets in 3-of-4 games

Five home runs from the Grizzlies helped them open up the home portion of their season with a doubleheader sweep of the Black Hills State University Yellowjackets in Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference action Sunday.

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Adams State sweeps RMAC Indoor Championships

The Adams State University men's and women's indoor track & field teams won a pair of RMAC titles at the Ronald E. Young Center Fieldhouse with seven combined first-place finishes.

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  • ASU Senior Day sweep lifts Grizzlies into RMAC tourney

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  • CHSAA tightens co-op sports teams rules

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  • Eight named to RMAC Academic Honor Roll

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