Estancia football rolled to a 54-0 rout last Friday at home over Laguna-Acoma, winning its ninth-straight game and nailing down the top-seed in the upcoming Class 3A state playoffs for the second-consecutive year. The Bears earned a first-round bye and automatically advance to next week’s quarterfinals to face the winner of this week’s first-round matchup between Crownpoint and McCurdy.
Estancia volleyball fell 3-2 to Laguna-Acoma in last Saturday’s district championship but still secured the fifth seed in the upcoming 3A state championship tournament that kicks off Thursday.
Moriarty football cruised to a 50-13 victory over Ruidoso last Friday earning the Pintos the No. 3 spot in the Class 4A playoffs. The Pintos get a bye in the first round and advance to next week’s quarterfinals to play the winner of the West Las Vegas-St. Mike’s matchup.
Moriarty volleyball won its district championship with last Saturday’s 3-1 victory over Hope Christian. The Lady Pintos got the ninth seed in the upcoming 4A state championship tournament.
Manzano football dismantled the Sandia Matadors 42-7 last Friday to claim the fifth seed in the upcoming Class 6A state playoffs; the Monarchs will host No. 12 Atrisco Heritage Academy Friday at 7 p.m.
Mountainair’s fifth-seeded football team trounced No. 12 Logan 50-8 last Friday at home in the first round of the 8-man state playoffs.
The Mustangs advance to Friday’s quarterfinals to face No. 4 Mesilla Valley Christian at Onate High School’s JV field in Las Cruces.
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