Clay, Herrin lead Zias past Kingsville

CNJ staff KINGSVILLE, Texas — Senior forward Cat Clay scored a season-high 23 points, hitting seven consecutive 3-point shots in one stretch, and junior forward Precious Herrin had 24 points and 12 rebounds Wednesday night as Eastern New Mexico University’s women ended a seven-game losing streak with a 75-61 Lone Star Conference South Division victory […]

Incarnate Word rallies past Zias

CNJ staff SAN ANTONIO — Incarnate Word’s women managed only one lead Monday night — but it came at just the right time. Junior forward Chloe Wallace converted two free throws with 34 seconds left and the Cardinals held on to edge Eastern New Mexico University 58-57 in a Lone Star Conference South Division matchup. […]

Division-leading TexAnns cruise past Zias

CNJ staff STEPHENVILLE, Texas — Tarleton State’s women scored the game’s first 17 points Saturday and never looked back in routing Eastern New Mexico University 97-58 in Lone Star Conference South Division action. The TexAnns (19-2, 9-0 South) extended their winning streak to nine games and now have the best 21-game start in the program’s […]

Incarnate junior helps push Cards past Zias

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CNJ staff photo: Tony Bullocks ENMU Krista Ford is fouled on the way to the basket in the second half of Saturday’s game against Incarnate Word at Greyhound Arena. By Dave Wagner: CNJ sports writer PORTALES — Junior college transfer Taylor Murray hadn’t been having a good run in her first season at Incarnate Word […]

Grant McGee: Classroom punishments thing of the past

Grant McGee There’s a news story out of Santa Fe about a shop teacher who allegedly locked up an unruly student in a storage area. Authorities say she could face child abuse and false imprisonment charges. The story brought back memories of my eighth grade math teacher, Mr. Rigdon. Mr. Rigdon had his ways to […]

Greyhounds rally in second half to blow past Savage Storm 93-68

CNJ STAFF DURANT, Okla. — Struggling along with Southeastern Oklahoma for a half, the Eastern New Mexico University men suddenly found the range in the second half. Junior guard Tralyn Harden scored 15 of his career-best 26 points in the second half and hit a career-best eight-3 pointers — in 10 attempts — and the […]

Letters to the editor: Speeding getting out of control

I have recently moved to Clovis and generally really like this town. I do have one concern though. In the past six months, I have observed a real speed-demon mentality around here. It’s mostly people in their hotrod trucks with loud, modified exhaust systems, but also includes drivers of Harley motorcycles on occasion, and drivers […]

Aggies slip past Greyhounds

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Kevin Wilson: Freedom New Mexico ENMU forward Max Carrier goes up for a shot over Cameron guard Josh Davis during the first half of Saturday’s Lone Star Conference crossover game at Greyhound Arena. The Aggies defeated the Greyhounds in overtime 71-69. By Kevin Wilson

Bulldogs edge past Hounds

Karl Terry PORTALES — After leading Southwestern Oklahoma State University by double-digit margins throughout the first half the Eastern New Mexico Greyhounds fell asleep early in the second half and dropped its first Lone Star Conference crossover tilt 77-75 on Thursday night at Greyhound Arena. The Greyhounds (3-3) woke from their slumber late in the […]

Miners cruise past Zias 79-48

CNJ STAFF EL PASO — Texas-El Paso scored the game’s first seven points and never looked back en route to a 79-48 victory over Eastern New Mexico University’s women on Saturday night. The Division I Miners (2-1), members of Conference USA, put 10 players between four and 12 points, led by forward Anete Steinberga and […]

Zias slip past LCU 73-69

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Freedom New Mexico: Clarence Plank Lubbock Christian’s Brittany Hampton, left, works to defend Zias sophomore guard Hannah Altheide during the second half of Tuesday’s exhibition game at Greyhound Arena. Altheide scored nine points and added five assists as the Zias beat the Lady Chaps 73-69. CNJ staff PORTALES — Junior forward Precious Herrin scored 21 […]

Aggies shoot 61 percent to roll past Hounds

CNJ staff LAS CRUCES — Junior forward Troy Gillenwater led five New Mexico State players in double figures with 18 points Monday night as the Aggies raced past Eastern New Mexico University 98-72 in the Greyhounds’ final preseason exhibition game. Junior guard Hernst Laroche went 8-for-10 from the field and finished with 17 points for […]

Zias roll past Highlands in home finale

CNJ staff PORTALES — Junior middle blocker Kristen Beck had 17 kills and sophomore outside hitter Amber Durand had 16 kills and nine digs Tuesday night as Eastern New Mexico University closed the home portion of its volleyball schedule with a 25-13, 24-26, 25-20, 25-18 win over New Mexico Highlands at Greyhound Arena. The Zias […]

Letters to the editor: Consultants agree jail outdated

Consultants agree jail outdated It appears the Clovis News Journal and some citizens place most of the blame for the deficiencies at the courthouse and jail on past commissioners and past and current management. I would like to interject this thought into the argument: If we could get the U.S. Justice Department to find the […]

Zias slip past East Central in five games

CNJ staff ADA, Okla. — Junior middle blockers Jessica King and Kristen Beck each had two kills in a match-ending 7-1 run in the fifth game and Eastern New Mexico University pulled out a 22-25, 25-20, 25-18, 24-26, 15-12 Lone Star Conference volleyball win over East Central Thursday night. It marked for the first LSC […]

Late goal lifts Hounds past UTPB

CNJ staff ODESSA, Texas — Without a win since entering the NCAA Division II rankings two weeks ago for the first time in school history, the Eastern New Mexico University men’s soccer team was getting hungry. Sophomore defender Michael Stewart scored his first goal of the season with 8:56 left, heading a corner kick from […]

T.V. losing its appeal to me

Karl Terry As we sat down to dinner one night this past week I couldn’t quite figure out what I was watching on TV. Some character was upstaging the star of “The Mentalist” with her psychic abilities. “Have they merged ‘The Mentalist’ with ‘The Medium,’ as a crime-solving super-duo kinda like Batman and Robin?” My […]

Our people: Radio guy

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Courtesy photo Lee and his son Robert in 1998. Jim Lee, News and Public Affairs Director at KENW/KMTH-FM in Portales has worked in radio, television, theater, movies and plays over the past 46 years. Now he is often referred to ask the ‘radio guy.’ “I’m not what I do,” Lee said. “It doesn’t matter what […]

Hounds ride defense past WT

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CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo ENMU midfielders Edgar Bear, left, and Diego Santos fight for possession of the ball with West Texas A&M forward Ben Everson during the first half of Friday’s Lone Star Conference men’s soccer match at the ENMU pitch. Dave Wagner PORTALES — Eastern New Mexico University’s defense proved to be more […]

Nation must move past 9/11 attacks

Freedom New Mexico The images are still vivid in many Americans’ minds: Planes careening into buildings; New Yorkers staring upward as people launched themselves toward certain death; families grasping photos of the missing, clinging to flimsy hopes; the numerous memorials in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania. More than nine years have passed now, but the […]