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Update on Silver High School Boys BAsketball Semi Final Game

Silver High Boys Varsity lost to Portales High in the Semi Finals game at the Pit in Albuquerque this morning 59-39. This brings an end to the season for the Basketball team. 

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Update on 4A basketball 030817 p.m.

Update to boys 4A basketball......Portales beat St. Michaels 49-47 for the right to move on to semi-finals and to meet Silver High boys.

Game schedule at 8:15 AM Friday morning at the Pit. Going to be a great game, according to the fellow who is sending me the updates.

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Silver boys' basketball goes to semi-finals

In the 4A Silver-Moriarty boy's basketball game, Silver won 58-42 and will now proceed to Semi-Finals Friday at the University of New Mexico Pit in Albuquerque.

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Tarleton State Surprises Lone Star Winning Women's Basketball Tourney

Tarleton State didn’t even enter this weekend’s LSC Championship with a winning record. But the TexAnns are leaving with a trophy, the nets and more importantly, a spot in the NCAA Division II tournament.-- Continue reading

UT Permian Basin Claims Lone Star Post Season Title

Welcome to the Lone Star Conference, UT Permian Basin.

Not only did the Falcons claim the LSC regular-season title, garner most of the individual honors such as Player of the Year and Coach of the Yea-- Continue reading

WNMU Softball Battles Texas Women's University Saturday

In what looked to be a runaway win for Texas Woman’s University ended up being a near epic comeback for the Western New Mexico University softball team. After almost being run-ruled in the first game, t-- Continue reading

Mustang Softball Drops Two at Texas Women's University

Freshman Lyana Waddell limited Texas Woman’s University to just two earned runs in tossing a complete game during the nightcap. The Western New Mexico University softball team, however, was limited to j-- Continue reading

Mustang Golf Takes Second at NMMI Invitational

Freshman Gonzalo Pan De Soraluce and senior Harry Wetton each fired 140’s to tie for third as the Western New Mexico University men’s golf team finished second overall at the New Mexico Military Institute-- Continue reading

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