QCS Staff The (1-3) Tucumcari Rattlers are on the road again this week as they travel to Eunice to play the (2-3) Cardinals. We don’t know a lot about the Cardinals other than what we have seen on film, said Wayne Ferguson, Rattlers head coach. Ferguson said the Cardinals are multiple facet team, and the […]
QCS Staff Mesalands Community College’s Rodeo team began the season winning a men’s tie-down roping championship title at Diné College in Tsaile, Ariz. Competing in this season’s first Grand Canyon Region rodeo, Mesalands’ sophomore Kit Pettigrew won the long round of the tie-down roping event and second place in the short round. Pettigrew, of Fort […]
By Steve Hansen QCS managing editor Traveling from just south of Roswell Friday night for the Rattler football game, the Dexter Demons brought the band, cheerleaders, a few spectators, a photographer — and a team. And did they bring a team, beating the Rattlers, 49-0. The Demons dominated the entire game offensively and defensively, leaving […]
By Thomas Garcia QCS Senior Writer The Tucumcari Rattlers (1-1) used the past bye-week to rest and heal from injuries, though the recent rainfall hurt them by limiting their practice time in preparation to play the Dexter Demons (2-1) on Friday. “The time off gave some of our players the time they needed to get […]
The Logan Longhorns evened up their football season Friday with a loss to the Carrizozo Grizzlies. Final score, 56-42. “Our guys played tough,” Kene Terry, Logan’s football coach, said, “but we made some mistakes.” Carrizozo, he said, fielded a “good team.” The Longhorns are now 1-1. Last week they defeated the Tatum Coyotes 48-7. […]
Thomas Garcia QCS Senior Writer The Tucumcari Rattlers overcame a slow first half and capitalized on second-half errors to run away with a 26-14 victory over the (0-2) New Mexico Military Institute’s Colts Friday night at Rattler Stadium. The Rattlers are now 1-1. “These boys showed character by the way they kept playing,” said Wayne […]
The San Jon/Grady Coyotes lost their second consecutive game Friday to the Hondo Eagles. The score, 58-18. San Jon/Grady coach Bobby Gomez said the Coyotes came back after a scoreless first half to put 18 points in their column. The Eagles scored 36 points in the first half and 22 in the second, Gomez said.
By Thomas Garcia QCS Senior Writer Quay County school football teams are preparing for their second week of action. All games are at home and teams are looking to strengthen the areas needing improvement that showed during their season openers on the road. “We are a young team, though we need to be able to […]