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Monday, August 25, 2014 - 5:28pm

Sports

UTEP volleyball falls to #2 Texas in first match of season

The UTEP volleyball team fell, 3-0 (23-25, 17-25, 10-25) to No. 2 Texas in its opening match of the Lobo Classic in Albuquerque, N.M. on Friday.

PREVIEW: New Mexico HS varsity football

Centennial – The Centennial Hawks will look to defend their first District 3-4A title this season and return a good group of young prospects and should have one of the biggest and most talented offensive lines in the stat

PREVIEW: Varsity Football District 1-5A

Andress: How would you like to have a returning quarterback who threw for 2,100 yards with 20 passing touchdowns while rushing for 350 yards with five touchdowns?

PREVIEW: Varsity Football District 2-4A

Clint: The Lions have the smallest enrollment of any school in District 2-4A with just 616 students; however there is a championship flag flying at Clint as proof titles are possible.

Chihuahuas Rally For Win

It sure did not look like a win.  Salt Lake City scored four runs before the Chihuahuas got to swing a bat.  The Dawgs still trailed 5-2 in the 6th when they started barking.

Bulldawgs, Troopers earn big wins Thursday

Here are your Thursday night high school football results: Las Cruces def. Montwood, 44-18 Eastwood def. Chapin, 37-12 W. Frenship def. Burges, 59-7

Aggies earn big win over Cal Poly

The New Mexico State football team began the 2014 season with a nice win defeating the Cal-Poly Mustangs, 28-10 its home opener Thursday night in front of 13,772 fans inside Aggie Memorial Stadium.

UTEP to host Border Shootout starting Friday

The UTEP soccer team will play host to Incarnate Word (7 p.m. Friday) and Houston Baptist (1 p.m. Sunday) as part of the Fifth-Annual Border Shootout at University Field this weekend.

Chihuahuas close out first season at home

The historic inaugural season is coming to an end for the El Paso Chihuahuas, as they kickoff the final five games of the 2014 campaign against the Salt Lake Bees (Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim) at Southwest University Park today.

PREVIEW: NMSU Football

Quick now. Tell me the schools in New Mexico State’s new conference. If that’s too hard, then just tell me the name of the conference. Thought so.

PREVIEW: Varsity Football District 1-6A

Americas: The single busiest player this fall might be Q Drennan, who can line up at quarterback, running back, cornerback and receiver while also returning kicks and punts.

PREVIEW: Varsity Football District 2-5A

Bel Air: Big Red Pride is still evident on the Bel Air campus. The school has such a rich athletic tradition, but it’s been awhile since there were big wins to go along with the pride.

NMSU volleyball to begin season in Utah

THIS WEEK: Head coach Mike Jordan and the Aggie volleyball team begin the 2014 season with a trip to Salt Lake City, Utah, to participate in the Utah Classic hosted by the University of Utah.

NMSU announces athletic director search committee

New Mexico State University President Garrey Carruthers announced Thursday the selected members of a search committee for NMSU’s next athletics director.

Miners score often in 5-0 win over Aggies

Bri Barreiro scored twice (26:48, 55:28), Aleah Davis (1:09), Hannah Nicholson (3:40) and Angela Cutaia (21:37) each found the back of the net and senior Sarah Dilling made seven saves to help the UTEP soccer team light up New Mexico State, 5-0