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Hagerman High School Sports News

Hagerman High School home of the "Hagerman Bobcats". Welcome to the local New Mexico sports news page of  Hagerman High School. Get the latest news about HHS football, HHS volleyball, HHS basketball, HHS softball, HHS track and HHS cross country. Feel free to leave your feedback at the end of any of our articles. Looking for a particular Hagerman High School sport or event? Just use the search box to the left and type in what you are looking for. 

Hagerman Takes Care Of Unfinished Business By Winning 1A State Title

Chaunte'l Powell CCSR Editor    Albuquerque –Unfinished business was the motto for the Hagerman Bobcats this season. Key word, was. They defeated Escalante 56-41 in the 1A state championship game to get the blue trophy. Hagerman High’s trophy case is getting crowded as they also won the state football championship as well. For head coach Anthony Mestas, it’s his second state title in his 10 years with Hagerman and he said it’s just as sweet as the first.  “It feels great. These guys, I’ve seen them grow up since the seventh grade. They just balled out. They played well, they performed well. It’s unbelievable. It’s a great feeling, first one, second one, it’s a great feeling.  The Lobos took a 4-2 lead with about six minutes left in the first. That would be the last lead the saw, the last glimmer of hope, the last time they would really be within reach of the state title. Hagerman shot the ball well early on and went on a 13-2 run to end the first.  The second half saw Escalante’s 6’6” center Adam Edwards try to get involved in the ball game only to be denied by Jose Bejarano. Edwards had four points and six boards in the first half, as did Bejarano. Edwards would end the game with 17, most coming during garbage time late in the game.  “I was just trying to play straight up,” Bejerano said. “I was trying to stay out of foul trouble, but also play aggressive.” …
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Sharp Shooting Springer Goes Cold Against Hagerman

Chaunte'l Powell CCSR Editor    Bernalillo–The Springer Red Devils came into Friday night’s 1A semifinals game as arguably the hottest shooting team in the tournament. They set a state tournament record in the quarterfinals, knocking down 23 three-pointers as a team. Stingy defense from the Hagerman Bobcats cooled them down considerably as the Cats won 60-45 and earned their second consecutive trip to the state finals.  Coming into the game, Hagerman head coach Anthony Mestas said the defensive plan against the sharp shooting Red Devils was simple.  “Just play them good man-to-man, closing the gaps,” he said. “Especially 22 [Joey Wade], he’s a great shooter...our little guy Jorge Ortiz, he did great tonight.” The Red Devils followed up their record setting performance with a 3 for 9 three-point shooting night, thanks in large part to Hagerman’s defense.  The Bobcats rode their starters heavy all game despite their foul trouble in the first half. Mestas said it was a close game and he didn’t want to have players in foul trouble and try and play from behind. The goal was to build up as big a lead as possible. before making a substitution. Ortiz would make a layup at the buzzer to extend Hagerman’s narrow lead to five at the half.  That lead was quickly erased during the first minute of the second half as Springer started off on a 5-0 run. Jessie Rodriguez, who struggled offensively in the quarterfinals game, scored six points in the third to help give his…
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Cooler Heads Prevail As Hagerman Defeats To'hajiilee

Chaunte'l Powell CCSR Editor  Bernalillo–Act like you’ve been there before. An order many coaches give their players to ensure they keep their emotions in  check. For the Hagerman Bobcats, there is no acting needed; they’ve been there before and it was their previous tournament experience that helped them defeat To’hajiilee 72-62 Wednesday afternoon in what was a very emotionally charged quarterfinals match to say the least.  It was one of those games where it was hard to hear yourself think. To’hajiilee fans filled at least 70 percent of the seats in Bernalillo’s gym and made it known how they felt after every play. Raucous cheers for made baskets by the Warriors, boisterous boos for all calls made against their team. It was this crowd energy that fueled the Warriors and helped them keep it close throughout.  Jose Bejarano and Alejandro Ramos were men among boys Wednesday. Ramos driving to the basket and Bejarano dominating the paint helped mask the Bobcats’ shooting struggles. The team shot 13 of 26 from the field and 1 of 9 from downtown in the first half. They still managed to build a 13 point lead at the half in spite of their poor shooting and Ramos and Bejarano each picking up two fouls in the first quarter.  Fast forward to the fourth quarter.  To’hajiilee goes on an 8-2 run to come within five points of the lead with about four minutes left to play. During that span Ramos would foul out. Just as the sea…
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