Pat Holmes Sr. never intended for his boys to get into the sport of boxing.
The NFL suspended Super Bowl MVP Tom Brady for the first four games on Monday for his role in a scheme to deflate footballs used in the AFC …
In this week’s edition of Chester’s Pick 6, baseball and boxing are the main highlights.
The Class A-AAA State Track and Field Championships ended on Saturday afternoon.
There wasn’t too many upsets in the first round of the 2015 AAAAA State baseball tournament on Saturday.
UNM broke out the brooms to sweep the SJSU Spartans Sunday
The Albuquerque Sol are an amateur soccer team that are ready to make a statement this year. They believe that their team is new and improve…
Day one of State Baseball, best of three series, had most favorites winning with only a few exceptions.
KRQE News 13 has obtained lapel camera video of the crash that stripped Jon “Bones” Jones of his title.
For the second consecutive year Lobo senior Gavin Green is the Mountain West Men’s Golf Player of the Year.
The High School State Tennis Championships saw rivals collide in the ranks of girls 6A.
The Albuquerque Isotopes ran into a hot Las Vegas 51’s team and was swept away at home.
Former NFL All Pro and Lobo, Terrance Mathis, is no longer investing in the Duke City Gladiators Indoor Football Team.
Whether they win or lose there is one sure thing about Isotopes home games, they will get captured through the lens.
With the NFL’s confirmation of “Deflategate,” here is a collection of some of modern sports’ most prolific cheating scandals. Where does Def…
Tom Brady smiled away the Tuck Rule on the way to his first Super Bowl victory, flashing that dimple-chinned grin that said, “I had it all t…
The long-awaited NFL investigation into whether the New England Patriots deliberately deflated footballs last season is finally out, and the…
The New Mexico State Aggies avoided a sweep in the Rio Grande rivalry by stopping the New Mexico Lobos 22 to 8 Tuesday night.
Albuquerque Isotopes were faced with 15,000 hot dogs on their hands and no one to eat them.
The check was for $100 million, a payday so mind boggling that Floyd Mayweather Jr. couldn’t help but show it to a few reporters when the ni…