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Everything looked good for the New Mexico High School Coaches Association 3A/4A North girls’ basketball team, but they fell short to the South, 98-57, last weekend.

It is no secret that the northern part of the state is home to some of the best athletes, especially in basketball.

After six seasons, Larenson Henderson will no longer pace the sidelines of the Chieftain Pit.

While most visit Shiprock’s Chieftain Pit for basketball, Larissa Clah always looked for the color guards.

Daughters of Gwyn Hobbs-Grant win back-to-back state championships

The No. 2 Tohatchi Lady Cougars came up seconds short in the Class 3A state championship game against No. 1 Texico, falling 48-47.

The Bloomfield Lady Bobcats did not win a blue state trophy but still left Dreamstyle Arena as champions.

Just like last year’s state title run, the calling card for Tohatchi girls’ basketball continues to be defense.

At the start of the Utah Class 1A girls’ state basketball tournament, no one expected the Monument Valley Lady Cougars to be a factor in this year’s playoffs.

There was room for only one Gallup team in the 2018 girls’ New Mexico high school championships.