Local Briefs: Rockets tops Coyotes in dual meet showdown

Posted on 01 February 2012 by the Roswell Daily Record


Roswell’s Arvis Alarcon, top, rides Goddard’s Raymond Anaya during their match, Tuesday. Alarcon beat Anaya 17-10, but the Rockets won the dual meet 69-3. (Kevin J. Keller Photo)

The Goddard wrestling team cruised to a victory over southside rival Roswell on Tuesday, downing the Coyotes 69-3.

The Rockets won the first four matches of the evening, including two by forfeit, to go up 24-0. Dylan Lincon topped Jesus Lazcano in the 103-pound opener by pin and Mike Garcia (126) picked up a pinfall victory over Karim Villa during the stretch.

Roswell got its lone victory of the night at 132 when Arvis Alarcon beat Raymond Anaya 17-10.

 

Marcus Trujillo won by pin over David Juarez at 138, Joe Hernandez beat Isiah De La Rosa 8-7 at 145, Rylin Franco beat Adam Mysza by pin at 152 and Tony Ramirez beat Michael Silva by pin at 160.

David Anaya and Luis Terrazas then won by forfeit at 182 and 195, respectively.

At 220, Jacob Letcher pinned Anthony Fresquez and, at heavyweight, Eathyn Griffin pinned Mark Juarez.

Girls basketball

Hagerman 52, Gateway Chr. 46

Brieanna Olivas netted a season-high 26 points and the Bobcats pulled away for a win over the Warriors at the Red Rock Warrior Center, Tuesday.

Gateway jumped ahead 12-10 through one, but Hagerman came back in the second to take a 25-23 lead at the break. The Bobcats opened the lead up to seven by the end of the third and then held off the Warriors in the fourth.

Lori Gossett added 11 points for the Bobcats.

For Gateway, Robrena Wade poured in 19.

“We had a hard time with a lot of fouls being called and our free throws didn’t do us any good either,” said Gateway coach Holly Tipton, whose team fell to 2-14 on the year. “My team is starting to jell and I’m excited to get to work on our checklist of things.”

NMMI 46, Loving 41

LOVING — Nina Martinez poured in 14 and Caitlin Duree chipped in 12 as the Lady Colts downed Loving on Tuesday to improve to 12-2 on the year.

“I was proud of the girls,” said NMMI assistant coach Stephanie Schooley, who was filling in for an absent Marisha Olesinski. “They found a way to fight and get a win. It was a really good team victory.”

Dexter 58, Eunice 46

DEXTER — Dexter led 11-4 after the first quarter and never looked back in a win over Eunice on Tuesday.

The Demons led 27-15 at the half and never let Eunice back in the game.

Dexter coach Kim Hamill said that her team did a good job with the press and pushing the ball.

“We had a really good first quarter,” she said. “Our press was working and we were pushing the ball. We did a good job starting out strong.”

Tamara Salas led Dexter with 12 points, while Haley Norris chipped in with 10. Ty Payne and Hannah Manemann had nine points each for the Demons (9-12).

Hondo Valley 38, Lake Arthur 18

LAKE ARTHUR — The Panthers fell behind 17-9 in the first half and could never recover in a loss to the Eagles, Tuesday.

Hondo pushed its lead to 27-14 by the end of the third and outscored the Panthers 11-4 in the fourth to secure the win.

“We let (Hondo Valley) frazzle us,” said Panther coach Leslie Turner. “Their defense frazzled us, so we didn’t really set anything up offensively.

“But, I thought we held them pretty well with our defense.”

Boys basketball

Roswell 93, Ruidoso 51

RUIDOSO — Roswell scored 29 first-quarter points and never looked back in cruising to a 42-point win over the Warriors, Tuesday.

The Coyotes led 29-17 after one and built a 51-29 lead at the break en route to the victory.

“I thought, offensively, we looked pretty good,” said Roswell coach Britt Cooper. “I can’t really complain about a 40-point win.”

Anthony Olguin led the Coyotes (19-0) with 16 points. Marquel Warner and Saul Carrillo each added 14.

Hagerman 68, Gateway Chr. 47

Hagerman had four players score in double figures as it downed Gateway Christian on Tuesday at the Red Rock Warrior Center.

Alejandro Ramos (13 points), Jose Bejarano (13), Jessie Rodriguez (11) and Frankie Aragonez (11) all scored in double figures for the Bobcats (13-8).

Hagerman took a 14-10 lead after the first quarter and grew its lead to 35-21 by the half.

Bobcat coach Anthony Mestas said that his press started to work in the second quarter.

“Finally, our press started working and we wore (Gateway Christian) out a little bit in the second quarter,” he said. “We got some easy buckets from our press. Overall, we had a great team performance.”

Loving 49, NMMI 45

LOVING — The Colts dug out of a 21-12 first-quarter hole, but couldn’t complete the comeback in a loss to the Falcons, Tuesday.

After falling behind 21-12, the Colts outscored Loving 17-10 in the second quarter to draw within two at the break. The two teams played to a 9-9 deadlock in the third before Loving won the fourth 9-7.

“We’re just struggling to find our chemistry and put four quarters together,” said NMMI coach Pilar Carrasco. “We got off to a good start, but we let (Loving) score 21 in the first. That was kind of our downfall, getting down like that.”

Justin Petross led the Colts (6-13) with 15 points. Angel Reyes added eight.

Dexter 81, Eunice 47

DEXTER — Dexter’s David Lopez poured in 20 points as the Demons improved to 14-6 with a dominating victory over Eunice on Tuesday.

The Demons led 49-19 at the half thanks to their patented pressure defense.

“We pressured (Eunice) and played our typical style of basketball,” Dexter coach James Voight said. “To be honest, we didn’t play the best defensive game we could have. A part of that was we haven’t played a game in 10 days. It was good to get back out on the floor finally.”

Amador Amaya and Kevin Bonner had 11 points each for Dexter.

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