MORIARTY/GRANTS- Last Friday in a district 5-5A double-header, the Grants Lady Pirates (5-11 overall, 1-3 district 5-5A) and the Moriarty Lady Pintos (7-11, 2-2) took to the diamond with each team in search of their first district win.
LAGUNA – The Laguna-Acoma Hawks were in desperate need of a win following a six-game swing that saw them drop five of those games.
LAGUNA – The Laguna-Acoma Hawks baseball team played a pair of double-headers last week winning three out of four games improving their record to eight wins and seven defeats.
CIBOLA COUNTY – Grants High School’s team done “fairly well” at Valencia High School’s golf tournament at Isleta on Monday, April 20, according Coach Seth Ward. “It was not our best outing, neither was it our worst,” said Ward. “However, we did get some personal bests at Isleta.”
GRANTS – What a difference a week makes.
GRANTS, NM – On Thursday, April 23 at 8 a.m. in the new gym, Grants High School, the Schools’ Anchors Club, and Schools’ Student Senate, and the Cibola County Sheriff’s Office Student Resource Officer Program in conjunction with the New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT), will present its first “MYINSTEAD DAY”.
Gusty winds and cool spring weather have not dampened the determination of the Grants High School Pirate tennis teams. GHS boys’ tennis (5-2, 2-1) fields fifteen players and has already qualified for the state tournament after defeating Moriarity and St. Pius. They earned the second spot in District by defeating St. Pius and Moriarity and are now trailing just behind rival and tennis powerhouse the Academy Chargers.
GRANTS – Spring Break was not so fortuitous for the Grants track and field teams, who had the unenviable task of having to run at windswept Moriarty last week.