Lobo baseball beat Fresno State on Sunday 5-1. This was a big win after a poor performance the night before in the 8-1 loss.
Here are the top 6 plays of the week from local sports.
The Duke City Gladiators had their home opener on Saturday night.
Lobo Men’s Soccer defeated Fort Lewis on Saturday 4-2.
The Rio Rancho Lady Rams just don’t seem to slow down.
The Lobos may have beat Fresno State 12-7, but they would have mental miscues in their game against the Bulldogs on Saturday as they lost 8-…
The Goddard Rockets blasted off early in the championship game against Cleveland on Saturday.
Ray Birmingham and his Lobos took the first of a three game series against Fresno State Friday night.
In New Mexico the high school State Golf Championships usually run during the same week of graduation.
When he first started his coaching career at Rio Grande it did not go well for Orlando Griego.
Duke City Gladiators managing partner Matt Caward is our guest in the Sports Office.
Lobos head basketball coach Craig Neal held his final press conference of the season Wednesday.
The top ranked La Cueva Bears started the day with a perfect 9-0 record.
Their season started with a lopsided loss in the state of Texas.
They had their chances. The Lobo women’s basketball team came so close to making it to the semi finals of the WBI.
Mountain West Commissioner Craig Thompson is in the Sports Office talking about his league, television and the future.
When the NCAA Tournament reaches the Sweet 16, that means there are only 15 games left to decide a national champion. Kentucky needs to win …
It was a rematch from last years Metro Softball Championship.
The Lobos are now riding a 5 game losing streak after their second loss in a row to 24th ranked Houston.
It was the five seed trying to upset the one seed La Cueva in the Metro Baseball Championship on Saturday.