Hagerman netters win in 3; Gateway Chr. tops NMMI

Posted on 23 September 2011 by the Roswell Daily Record

HAGERMAN — Brieanna Olivas had nine kills and six digs as the Hagerman girls volleyball team picked up a three-game win over Eunice on Thursday night.

The Bobcats won the three games by scores of 25-14, 25-13 and 25-18.

Hagerman coach Kate DeHoyos said that the Bobcats played some of their best volleyball against Eunice.

Taylor Hamill picked up 14 digs and five kills for Hagerman.


Gateway Chr. 25-25-29

NMMI 18-20-27

Gateway Christian was able to hold off a NMMI rally in the third game and beat the Colts in three games on Thursday.

The Colts trailed 24-18 in the third game, but Harley Bonnell won seven straight service points to put NMMI up 25-24.

The Warriors then won two straight points to take a 26-25 lead, but NMMI answered back to take a 27-26 lead. After Dexter won a point to get the serve back, they won two straight points behind the serving of Kassy Coronado to pick up the win.

Texico 25-25-25

Dexter 13-8-12

DEXTER — Lindsay Black led Dexter with four kills, but the Demons fell in three games to Texico.

Dexter coach Andy Luikens said that Texico kept the Demons on their heels.

“We struggled a little bit, but Texico is just a dominant team,” he said. “We were on our heels the entire time. We didn’t pass the ball really well.”

Girls soccer

Carlsbad 11, Goddard 1

CARLSBAD — Danielle Hubbard scored Goddard’s only goal in a loss to Carlsbad on Thursday night.

Rocket coach Betty Elizondo said that the score wasn’t indicative of how her team played.

“Carlsbad is a pretty good team,” she said. “The girls played a lot better today than they have the last couple of games. The score doesn’t show it, but they played better.”

H.S. Cross Country


The Goddard boys cross country team won the Roswell City Championships with 32 points, while the Rocket girls team also took home first place with 25 points.

Leading the way for the Goddard boys was Mason Thomas who finished the 5K race in first place with a time of 17 minutes and 1 second. Goddard’s other top finishers were Peter Zelkowski (fifth place; 18:26), Nicholas Fox (seventh; 18:28), Alex Chamberlain (ninth; 18:58), Carter Latimer (10th; 19:16), Joseph Ogas (14th; 20:00), Hector Rodriguez (19th; 21:10), Kirk Graff (21st; 22:37), Jared Kitchen (22nd; 22:46), Barrett Adams (25th; 23:40), Edward Duque (28th; 25:08) and Allen Points (31st; 30:54).

The top finisher for the Goddard girls was Haley Griffin who placed third with a time of 23:50. Other top finishers for the Goddard girls were Cheyenne Hewett (fourth; 24:16), Jasmine Deanda (fifth; 24:37), Rynthia Torrez (sixth; 25:38), Faith Simitz (seventh; 26:38), Jordan Hickerson (eighth; 26:48), Jesully Minjares (11th; 27:32) and Roberta Pacheco (16th; 31:46).


The NMMI boys cross country team placed second at the Roswell City Championships on Thursday.

The Colts’ top finisher was Roy Madrid who finished second with a time of 17:16. Other top finishers for NMMI were Marchez Coriz (third place; 17:57), Justin Trujillo (sixth; 18:27), Ben Eberhardt (eighth; 18:44), Adam Carnaham (12th; 19:39), Trae Wolfe (13th; 19:53), Arnold Pierce (15th; 20:02), Andrew Tapia (16th; 20:36), Sun Kim Nam (17th; 20:59), Benjamin Turner (20th; 21:57), Luke Shereston (23rd; 22:52), Daniel Sanabria (27th; 24:09) and Austin Curtis (30th; 28:39).

Summer O’Brien finished 10th with a time of 27:21 for the NMMI girls.


The Roswell boys cross country team placed third at the Roswell City Championships on Thursday with 66 points, while the girls finished second with 35.

The boys’ top finisher was Gustavo Sierra who placed second with a time of 17 minutes and 09 seconds. Other top finishers for the Roswell boys were Jesus Sotello (11th place; 19:32), Phillip Madrid (18th; 21:02), Mitchel Latimer (24th; 23:37), Aaron Vasquez (29th; 27:46) and Bryce Peterson (32nd; 33:43).

Anna Olesinski was the top finisher for the Roswell girls. Olesinksi won the girls race in a time of 18:58. Other top finishers for the Roswell girls were Xochitl Ortega (second; 21:54), Lupe Ortega (ninth; 27:10), Jackie Martinez (12th; 29:32), Michaela Martinez (14th; 30:38), Samantha Garza (15th; 31:35) and Lisa Garcia (17th; 33:05).

Gateway Chr.

Josh Hittle placed 26th in the boys race for Gateway Christian with a time of 24 minutes and 7 seconds, while Britney Wood took home 13th at the girls’ race with a time of 29:44.

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