Clovis 14s eye nationals

By Dave Wagner Most of the players on Regina Downing’s Clovis Lady Wildcats 14-and-under basketball team are fresh off a two-day camp in Las Cruces held last week. They’re busy getting ready for an even longer trip — national AAU competition at Clarksville, Tenn. The 11-member squad, many of whom are playing in AAU nationals […]

CATS running on Saturday

CNJ Staff A story on Page 3 of Thursday’s CNJ incorrectly reported that the Clovis Area Transit System will be closed on Saturday. CATS buses will be running.

Lady Cats get a look at 5A competition

CNJ STAFF LAS CRUCES — In the two-day Las Cruces Mayfield team basketball camp which ended Wednesday, the Clovis High girls basketball team got a pretty good look at some of the competition it will face in Class 5A next season in Class 5A. The Lady Wildcats ended their summer schedule by going 6-2. The […]

Cats wrap up busy summer schedule

By Dave Wagner After a busy June, the Clovis Wildcats boys basketball team is ready for some down time — even head coach J.D. Isler. The Cats have participated in several team camps since late May. They also had their summer league games at Rock Staubus Gym, and most of the players were on a […]

Cats post win over Levelland

CNJ STAFF The Clovis High Wildcats bolted to an 11-0 lead through four innings Monday night and cruised past Levelland 12-6 in the first game of a scheduled West Texas Baseball League doubleheader at Bell Park. The second game of the twin bill was canceled by rain and lightning in the top of the fourth […]

June a busy month for CHS basketball

CNJ STAFF June is a busy month for the Clovis High boys basketball program. Nine members of the Wildcats participated in the Cibola team camp in Albuquerque over the weekend. The Cats posted a 6-2 record, losing only to the host Cougars and Rio Rancho. Their victories were over St. Pius, St. Michael’s, Santa Fe, […]

Cats opened summer league win

CNJ STAFF HOBBS — Sean Cruce went 4 for 5, leading a 16-hit attack, and the Clovis Wildcats opened their 2003 summer schedule with a 16-4 victory over Hobbs Saturday afternoon. The second game of the scheduled doubleheader was cancelled due to rain and lightning. The Cats scored four runs in the second for a […]

Texico cracks down on cat house

By Darrell Todd Maurina TEXICO — Texico police spent Monday afternoon working with Clovis animal control officers rounding up dozens of cats at an undisclosed address. “It was deplorable in there,” said Texico Police Chief John Mares. “The smell was unbearable, and they had a family of three living there.” Mares declined to release the […]

Could CHS sweep at state?

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By Dave Wagner Clovis High boys coach Darren Kelley and girls coach Darrel Ray are heading into this weekend’s Class 5A state track meet at Alamogordo with high hopes for their squads. Neither is predicting a championship, but both believe their teams should be in the hunt. “This is the first time we’re going in […]

Sundance Ranch dedicated to caring for unwanted, neglected pets

Jack King When Sundance, the favorite cat of Clovis residents Doug and Lorraine Johnson, was killed by a hit-and-run driver, the two decided they’d seen enough cats abused, abandoned and injured with no one to care for them, Doug said. In 2002, they formed the Sundance Ranch Feline Sanctuary, a private non-profit corporation dedicated to […]