Courtesy photo Brianne Aucutt-Hight, a senior animal science major, was selected Friday as the third area person to serve as the Masked Rider, mascot of Texas Tech University. CNJ staff A Clovis student was selected Friday as the third area person to serve as the Masked Rider, mascot of Texas Tech University. Brianne Aucutt-Hight, a […]
Brianne Aucutt-Hight accepted the reins to Midnight Matador on April 17, becoming the Texas Tech University’s 2009-2010 Masked Rider. In donning the rider’s mask, Aucutt-Hight, a senior animal science major with a specialization in production from Clovis, N.M., realizes a goal she set as a child after her parents attended a Red Raider football game […]
By Sue Vorenberg: The New Mexican
Gibbs-Burns Dr. Jim and Claudia Gibbs of Canyon and Kathy Gibbs of Lubbock announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Amanda Gibbs of Lubbock, to Kevin Burns of Clovis. He is the son of Michael and Peggy Burns of Clovis. The couple will exchange vows April 4, 2009, at Hidden Falls Ranch in […]
By Gabriel Monte: CNJ Staff Writer Clovis football fans not only bleed Wildcat purple, but also a little Texas Tech scarlet and black mixed in. Well, maybe a lot. Dee Madrid, who owns Sports Connection on Prince Street, said she sold out of Texas Tech merchandise before the game. “I was bombarded Saturday,” Madrid said. […]
Freedom New Mexico LUBBOCK — Sophomore Logan Robertson and freshman Yared Gamiz led Eastern New Mexico’s cross country squads to seventh-place team finishes Friday in the Texas Tech Jackrabbit Open. Robertson finished 43rd in a field of 109 men’s runners, posting a time of 28 minutes, 11.32 seconds over eight kilometers. Senior Derek Henio and […]
By Mickey Winfield: Freedom New Mexico PORTALES — A college baseball coaching legend who grew up on the dusty plains of Roosevelt County is ending his 38-year career in Lubbock. Larry Hays is the fourth-winningest coach in NCAA baseball history with a record of 1,509-860 after 16 years coaching Lubbock Christian and 22 years as […]
By Mickey Winfield: PNT Staff Writer A college baseball coaching legend who grew up on the dusty plains of Roosevelt County is ending his 38-year career in Lubbock. Larry Hays is the fourth winningest coach in NCAA baseball history with a career record of 1,509-860 after 16 years coaching Lubbock Christian and 22 years as […]
ALBUQUERQUE – Eastern New Mexico University at Portales has been awarded almost $960,000 secured by U.S. Senator Pete Domenici to allow the school to make technological upgrades to it’s computer, telecommunications and multi-media classrooms. The $957,967 grant derives from an earmark secured by Domenici, a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, during the FY2008 appropriations […]
ENMU receives gift from Texas Tech Eastern New Mexico University received a piece of equipment from Texas Tech University called a single crystal X-ray diffractometer that allows the faculty and students at the school to determine the structure of molecules, according to a press release. The department of chemistry and biochemistry at Texas Tech decommissioned […]
CNJ staff photo: Liliana Castillo Clovis junior Jaye Crockett, who led the Wildcats in scoring and rebounding, has verbally committed to play basketball for Texas Tech. The 6-foot-5, 185-pound post averaged 20.9 points and 10.4 rebounds per game. By Kevin Wilson: CNJ staff writer Clovis’ top returning player is no longer next year’s hottest recruit. […]
CNJ staff The lineage of Texas Tech’s Masked Rider is staying in the area. Ashley Hartzog, a senior animal science and Spanish major from Farwell, will replace Texico’s Kevin Burns as Texas Tech’s mascot, according to a school press release. In donning the rider’s mask, Hartzog fulfills an ambition that took seed when she first […]
CNJ staff LUBBOCK — Jason Seefeld is enjoying his final season of college baseball at Texas Tech. He only wishes the Red Raiders were doing a little better as a team. Playing first base most of the season after undergoing surgery on his left knee in October, the 2004 Clovis High grad is carrying a […]
Curry County agriculture extension agent Stan Jones reports a Curry County 4-H team finished fifth at two recent livestock judging competitions. The events were at Texas Tech and Clarendon College in Clarendon, Texas.
Texas Tech’s meat animal evaluation team won its second consecutive national championship last week.
CNJ staff Former Clovis High standout Aimee Hilburn and her Texas State Bobcats will be in Lubbock tonight to face Texas Tech in a second-round game of the Women’s National Invitation Tournament. Hilburn posted a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds on Thursday as Texas State (21-10) advanced with a come-from behind 84-83 victory […]
The Associated Press LUBBOCK — Bob Knight resigned Monday as coach at Texas Tech, a stunning midseason move by major college basketball’s winningest men’s coach. His son, Pat, a Red Raiders assistant, will take over the program. It was unclear why Knight stepped down. Chris Cook, a spokesman for athletic director Gerald Myers, confirmed the […]
By Sarah Meyer: CNJ staff writer Douglas Defoor of Clovis has been named president of the Rio Grande Chapter of the Appraisal Institute, according to a news release. The Appraisal Institute is an international organization of professional real estate appraisers with 22,000 members and 92 chapters. Local Realtor on state executive committee Sharon Hicks of […]
Rump/Vernon Kent and Linda Rump of Katy, Texas announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Amy Rump, of Katy, Texas, to Geoff Vernon of Houston, Texas. He is the son of Steve and Ilene Vernon of Clovis. The couple will exchange vows at 4 p.m. Jan. 5, 2008, at Duchesne Academy of the […]
CNJ staff Texico High School will hold homecoming Friday. The festivities will begin at 6 p.m. in the cafeteria with a hamburger supper. The football game against Capitan begins at 7 p.m. The Texas Tech Masked Rider is scheduled to make a guest appearance during the game.