Despite fewer teams, competitive spirit still strong

By Lynn Moncus Recently, some of us were talking about the basketball teams of the past and the great fun we had during the County and District Tournaments in the days when we had many teams in our Quay County. In order to fill in some of the blank spaces in my mind, I had […]

The games: Mother Road Rally draws crowds

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Robert Ciolli Bikes from across the Southwest filled the parking lot of the convention center last Saturday when 600 to 700

ENMU celebrates 1957 season

By Kevin Wilson: Freedom New Mexico When the Greyhound football team lost 45-20 last Saturday at Abilene Christian, it meant Eastern New Mexico University would again be just outside the Division II rankings. But it meant something else for Eastern New Mexico University (4-1). When this Mark Ribaudo-led Greyhounds squad suffered its first loss, it […]

Seniors set for Olympics

By Thomas Garcia: Quay County Sun Sixteen Quay County senior athletes will compete early next month in the New Mexico State Senior Olympics in Las Cruces. The athletes qualified for state competition at the Quay County Senior Olympics games on May 11-12. The number of athletes who competed this year was higher than the previous […]

Cowboy camp meeting set for July 21-22

The Mosquero Cowboy Camp Meeting, “It’s a God Thing!” will be on July 21-22. The country and gospel singing jamboree offers a free weekend of family fun, food, and entertainment. There will be chuck wagon meals, campfire music, cowboy games, wagon rides, ground or goat roping, horseshoe contests, prizes and games for all ages. Campers […]

Logan man part of class action suit against Lottery

BY QCS Staff A Logan man, Chris Channing, is part of a class action law suit seeking to stop the New Mexico State Lottery from pulling games from the market that still have substantial cash prizes available, according to court papers filed last week in Bernalillio County. Others specifically named as a part of the […]

Torch relay for Special Olympics

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By Thomas Garcia: Quay County Sun The 2007 Law Enforcement Torch Run passed through Tucumcari on Monday to call attention to the 2007 Special Olympics New Mexico Summer Games this weekend in Albuquerque. Carried by Tucumcari’s Special Olympians, the torch traveled across Tucumcari’s Route 66 from Kmart to ALCO in a relay with a police […]

Seniors prepare for senior Olympics

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By QCS Staff Area seniors are getting ready for the Quay County Senior Olympics Games. Practice for pool and shuffleboard are at 9 a.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Tucumcari Senior Citizens Center. Participants in these games can qualify to compete in the State Senior Olympics in Las Cruces. The Quay County games will […]

Title hopes end in semifinals

By Eric Butler, FNNM Correspondent A pair of Quay County teams advanced into the semifinal round of the annual EPAC tournament this week as the House girls and San Jon boys each navigated their way through preliminary games. But hopes of further Eastern Plains glory went away Friday night in games played at the Texico […]

City gets new Senior Olympics director

By Thomas Garcia: Quay County Sun The Tucumcari Senior Olympics has a new director, Corene Medcalf, who is looking for senior athletes to start preparing for the senior games next year. “A healthy lifestyle for seniors in Quay County is what we are trying to help promote with the Olympics and a workout program,” said […]