Year in review — sports

• Clovis’ Eric Roanhaus finished his 34th season as Wildcat head football coach with 310 wins, which left him tied with former Roswell and Mayfield coach Jim Bradley for most prep football wins in New Mexico.

• Texico won its sixth straight Class 2A state volleyball title in convincing fashion. The Lady Wolverines joined Goddard in the New Mexico record book for most state volleyball titles — 10.

• ENMU football coach Mark Ribaudo was fired in November after seven seasons, in which his teams were 25-51. Former Greyhound player and assistant coach Josh Lynn was named his replacement.

• Clovis’ Jaye Crockett averaged 4.8 points and three rebounds as a redshirt freshman at Texas Tech.

• The city of Clovis purchased the former Colonial Park County Club, including its 18-hole golf course, for $2.81 million in April. The city’s nine-hole course, built in 1932, was closed in November.

• NFL free agent and Clovis native Hank Baskett failed to sign with a team this season. He had 77 catches for 1,098 yards and six touchdowns in five seasons with Philadelphia, Indianapolis and Minnesota.

• Longtime ENMU baseball coach Phil Clabaugh retired in May after 20 seasons. His record at ENMU was 456-579-2. He had the second-longest coaching tenure in school history.

• Clovis Christian set a state 6-man football record for most points in a 111-68 win over San Jon in October. CCS senior Kevin Naceanceno also tied a national record with 12 TDs in the game.

• Elida won Class B state titles in basketball and