CHS TENNIS: Cats post win over Bulldogs

CNJ staff PORTALES — The Clovis High boys tennis team bounced back from a pair of dual losses on Friday to beat Artesia 8-1 on Saturday in the seventh-place match of the eight-school Portales Invitational. Clovis won everything except the No. 1 doubles match against the Bulldogs in registering its first dual win of the […]

March 23, 1962

The Clovis High School senior play “Night of January 16th,” was performed at CHS. Admission was 75 cents for adults, 50 cents for children. … Sheds and corrals northwest of the La Fonda Theatre burned to the ground. Officials said the property belonged to H.A. Mitchell. About 75 bales of hay were also lost in […]

CHS SOFTBALL: Lady Cats drop pair in Cruces tournament

CNJ staff LAS CRUCES — Clovis High’s softball team absorbed two losses on Friday in the 16-team Las Cruces Invitational. The Lady Wildcats (3-3) were beaten by Cibola 9-1 in the first round, then dropped a 12-10 decisiion to Deming in a consolation quarterfinal. Coach Brandi Thomas said errors plagued the Lady Cats in the […]

CHS TENNIS: Robertson spanks Cats

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Clovis High’s Marlon Wright hits a return while competing with Evan Ferguson in a doubles match against Las Vegas Robertson on Tuesday at the CHS tennis courts. (CNJ staff photo: Andy DeLisle) CNJ staff The Clovis High boys tennis team ran into a buzzsaw on Tuesday. The Wildcats were manhandled 8-1 by defending Class 3A […]

CHS GOLF: Clovis teams open at Hobbs

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Clovis golfers, from left, Austin Spears, Ben Blair and Kyler Brewer watch teammate Brad Props, attempt a putt during Friday’s practice at Clovis Municipal Golf Course. Clovis’ squads open the season Monday at Hobbs.(CNJ staff photo: Andy DeLisle) By Dave Wagner: CNJ sports writer With the end of the Travis Reid-Guillermo Chavez era two years […]

Dual school program debuts

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Lura Zamora, left, a fourth-semester nursing student, demonstrates how to dress a wound to Yucca Junior High School ninth-graders Sashia Kimberly, center, and Madison Robbins at Clovis Community College on Thursday. (CNJ staff photo: Andy DeLisle) By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer Apprentice-style education is making a comeback. Through a Clovis Municipal Schools and Clovis […]

Education Digest: Late start cancelled due to testing

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ Staff Writer There will be no late start Wednesday at Clovis High School as a result of a state-mandated testing schedule. All CHS juniors will take morning tests the week of Feb. 26. Questions regarding the tests and schedule should be directed to the CHS Guidance Office at 769-4350. Literacy council […]

Student profile: O’Shea

CNJ staff Ka’Lani O’Shea is a senior at Clovis High School. She is the daughter of Bill and Brenda O’Shea. What do you envision your life being like in 10 years? I see myself graduating from medical school and being engaged. Who is your hero and why? My mom. She is able to support our […]

CHS teams trying not to peek ahead

By Dave Wagner: CNJ sports writer The Clovis High basketball teams have to guard against looking ahead tonight. The Wildcats and Lady Wildcats face showdowns on Friday against Hobbs with District 4-5A regular-season titles likely to be on the line. But before that takes place, they face Carlsbad tonight in 7 p.m. tipoffs — the […]

Student profile: Elliott

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ Staff Writer Scott Elliott is a senior at Clovis High School. He is the son of Bryan and Kathy Elliott. Who is your favorite entertainer? Owen Wilson. He is hilarious in all his movies. What is your favorite taste? Barbecue sauce. I put it on everything. What is your favorite theme […]

Feb. 7, 1975

A paroled criminal was charged with murder in connection with the slaying of a convenience store clerk. Stanley D. Melton was ultimately convicted in Sarah Vineyard’s death. … Clovis drilled Roswell Goddard, 77-53, in a high school basketball game. All 11 Wildcats players scored. Willie Henry had 19 points and 18 rebounds as CHS improved […]

CHS to retire Baskett’s football jersey

CNJ staff Clovis High School has announced that the CHS football jersey of Hank Baskett will be retired during a halftime ceremony at the Wildcats’ District 4-5A basketball game against Carlsbad next Tuesday at Rock Staubus Gym. Baskett, a 2001 CHS grad, recently completed his rookie season in the NFL, helping the Philadelphia Eagles win […]

CHS GIRLS BASKETBALL: Lady Cats gear up for rematch with Alamo

CNJ staff The last time Clovis High’s girls faced Alamogordo — only a couple of weeks ago — Lady Wildcats coach Miles Watters earned his 500th win as a high school girls basketball coach. Today, Watters would settle for just another victory. CHS hosts the Lady Tigers in a 4:30 p.m. matchup today at Rock […]

Clovis squads finish third at St. Michael’s

CNJ staff SANTA FE — Clovis High’s swimming teams finished third in the seven-school St. Michael’s Invitational on Saturday. The host school swept both team titles, finishing with 181 points in boys competition to 103 for Santa Fe Prep and 86 for the Wildcats. On the girls side, St. Mike’s tallied 169 points, followed by […]

Clovis making schedule switch

By CNJ Staff Clovis High School will move to a seven-period day at the start of the 2007-2008 school year, according to Clovis Municipal Schools Superintendent Rhonda Seidenwurm. Results from a CHS staff survey released Monday sealed the move, according to Seidenwurm. Forty percent of teachers who voted in the survey were in favor of […]

Clovis High students question extra school period

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Clovis High School students Lorraine Archibald, left, and Caleb Negrete wrote letters to the Clovis News Journal about a proposed seven-period schedule at the school. (CNJ staff photo: Andy DeLisle) By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer Clovis school officials are considering switching from a six-period day to a seven-period day at the high school in […]

Clovis High students given extra lunch time as grade incentive

By Marlena Hartz: CNJ staff writer Adapting an old adage, Clovis High officials are hoping the best way to a student’s brain is through their stomachs. Effective upon the release of report cards later this month, Clovis High School students with grades of C or above will be released 20 minutes early for lunch. Those […]

CHS BOYS BASKETBALL: Clovis-Portales game postponed

CNJ staff The Clovis-Portales boys basketball game, scheduled for Tuesday night at Rock Staubus Gym, was postponed due to inclement weather. CHS athletic director Brian Stacy said a makeup date had not been set, but added that the game will likely be made up sometime in January. Clovis has two more home games scheduled this […]

CHS GIRLS SOCCER: Hobbs blanks Lady Cats

CNJ staff HOBBS — Goals by Maria Lopez and Kathy Hiser lifted the Hobbs Lady Eagles past Clovis High 2-0 on Saturday in a District 4-5A girls soccer match. CHS coach Shane Leatherwood said it was a competitive match and the Lady Wildcats (4-8-2, 0-1 district) didn’t play badly. “I think we played well on […]

CHS VOLLEYBALL: Goddard turns back Lady Cats

CNJ staff ROSWELL — The Clovis Lady Wildcats couldn’t overcome a sluggish start, and once-beaten Roswell Goddard went on to post a 25-12, 25-21, 25-23 on Thursday night. The Lady Cats (8-8) made the trip without ailing senior outside hitter Siobhan Flatow, and coach Darrel Ray said they struggled to adjust to her absence. “She’s […]