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Congrats to the Monarchs for getting the win in the BTH tournament championship game. The Monarchs consist of (L-R) coach Lonnie Neal, Gabriela Guebarra, Cheyenne Orozco, Megan Guadian, Victoria Lopez, Breann Baca, Tori Farrow and Nehaa Sohail. Way to go, guys!
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Congrats to Liberty, for winning runner-up in the championship game in the BTH tournament. Liberty are DeAna Lopez, Madi Singer, Nicole Villegas (front row), and Ari Baca, Elisa Gonzalez, Abby Flores, Guadalupe Chao and coach Rich Harbin.

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NMHSCA Announces All-State Teams

Congratulations to all  the players selected to the 2013-14 New Mexico High School Coaches Association’s All-State teams.

5A Girls Basketball

2014 5A 1st Team All-State Girls Basketball
Hannah Fenske Volcano Vista
Danni Williams Clovis
Daeshi McCants Mayfield
Alexa Romano La Cueva
Kim Chapman Cibola
2014 5A 2nd Team All-State Girls Basketball
Danielle Patterson Hobbs
Brandi Gomez Clovis
Shelby Jones Clovis
Dominique Carpenter Cibola
Deezha Battle Volcano Vista

4A Girls Basketball

2014 4A 1st Team All-State Girls Basketball
Teige Zeller Los Lunas
Sabrina Lozada Cabbage Santa Fe
Natalie Zamora St. Pius
Mariah Forde Belen
Ni’Asia McIntosh Gallup
2014 4A 2nd Team All-State Girls Basketball
Jackie Martinez Santa Fe
Presleigh Smiley Miyamura
Karina Dow Valencia
Kayla Herrera Santa Fe
Ashlynn Trujillo Espanola

3A Girls Basketball

2014 4A 1st Team All-State Girls Basketball
Teige Zeller Los Lunas
Sabrina Lozada Cabbage Santa Fe
Natalie Zamora St. Pius
Mariah Forde Belen
Ni’Asia McIntosh Gallup
2014 4A 2nd Team All-State Girls Basketball
Jackie Martinez Santa Fe
Presleigh Smiley Miyamura
Karina Dow Valencia
Kayla Herrera Santa Fe
Ashlynn Trujillo Espanola

2A Girls Basketball

2014 2A 1st Team All-State Girls Basketball
Kyanne Kowatch Tularosa
Jordyn Lewis Ramah
Brianna Reyna Texico
Lacey Natseway Laguna Acoma
Jasmine Coleman Navajo Prep
2014 2A 2nd Team All-State Girls Basketball
Torie Carson Hatch
Destiny Pacheco Mora
Kalian Mitchell Tohatchi
Shania Gilliland Tularosa
Daisy Varela Hatch
Kristi Wagner Clayton

1A Girls Basketball

2014 1A 1st Team All-State Girls Basketball
Taylor McCauley Cliff
Abby Medlin Tatum
Tabitha Ornelas Floyd
Caley Barnard Melrose
Shana Sorrels Logan
2014 1A 2nd Team All-State Girls Basketball
Kevyn Ferriera Tatum
Aspen Bruton Cliff
Taylor Dillard Dora
Kippi Webb Logan
Bree Baca Magdelena

1B Girls Basketball

2014 1B 1st Team All-State Girls Basketball
Saige Bell Corona
Hunter Haley Elida
Kaylen Jasso Elida
Marily Verala Elida
Kaitlyn Pierson Carrizozo
2014 1B 2nd Team All-State Girls Basketball
Corey Egan Corona
Madi Haley Elida
Aunna Walker Des Moines
Sarah Ferguson Carrizozo
Krystal Delgado Reserve
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Woodruff signs with Highlands

Congrats to Jacinda Woodruff, El Paso Bel Air’s prolific guard, for signing on to play at the next level with New Mexico Highland University.

Woodruff finished off the 2012-13 season averaging 9.1 PPG, 2.7 APG and 3.3 RPG, while earning the 2013 1-5A District MVP. Bel Air made a deep run in the Texas State Championship, eventually falling in the third round to Arlington Bowie.

New Mexico Highlands is coached by Tiffany Darling, well known for recruiting from New Mexico and the El Paso areas.

Good luck, Jacinda!

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EP Montwood’s Castillo signs

Congrats to Montwood’s Sarahi Castillo who has signed to play basketball at Howard Payne University in Brownwood, TX.

The Yellow Jackets are led by newly hired coach, Meia Daniels, who took over Joshua Prock (now at Eastern New Mexico.)

HPU is a NCAA DIII school that plays in the American Southwest Conference.

Learn more about the HPU basketball program.

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Chapin’s Alvarez to Sul Ross

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Congratulations to Samantha Alvarez for signing with Sul Ross State, becoming the fourth Chapin alum to sign to play on the next level.

The 5’0″ point guard will be headed to Alpine Texas to suit up for the Lady Lobos who went 1-24 on the season in 2012-13.

The Lady Lobos are lead by coach Chris Marks, who is rebuilding the program. Marks, in his second year, had found success at his previous head coaching sting at Clarendon College, seeing seven players move on to four-year programs and five players receive All-American honors.

Sul Ross is a NCAA DIII school, participating in the America Southwest Conference.

Good luck, Samantha.

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