Curry County agriculture extension agent Stan Jones reports a Curry County 4-H team finished fifth at two recent livestock judging competitions. The events were at Texas Tech and Clarendon College in Clarendon, Texas.
Clovis 24, Eldorado 7 Bovina 21, Clarendon 14 Texico 34, Chaparral 0 Fort Sumner 38, Carrizozo 0 Gateway Christian 24, Melrose 14 Floyd 60, Menaul 38 Dimmitt 35, Farwell 0 Tucumcari 18, Espanola 15 Valley Christian 32, Clovis Christian 12 Muleshoe 28, Lubbock Cooper 0
By Greg Price: CNJ sports writer New Mexico Highlands point guard Chelo McElrath has always had a quiet, introverted demeanor. After two years at Clarendon Junior College in Clarendon, Texas, the 2003 Clovis High graduate went to Highlands and walked on at the Division II school in Las Vegas. It was at Highlands where McElrath […]
CNJ staff ALBUQUERQUE — Will Genitski and Keeson Bell combined for five touchdowns and Clovis Christian scored its first victory in 8-man football with a 56-0 rout of Menaul on Friday night. Bell caught touchdown passes of 10 and 21 yards from Genitski, and also scored on a 1-yard run. Genitski, who finished 9-of-12 passing […]
Mrs. Jonnie L. Dillehay Stout, 88, of Clarendon, Texas, died Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2006, in Clarendon. She was born March 12, 1917, in Jacksonville, Texas, to Thomas Henry and Emily Williams Dillehay. She married the Rev. John Henry Stout on Sept. 4, 1934, in Jacksonsville. They were residents of Carizzo prior of moving to Clarendon […]
By Dave Wagner Two key members of the Clovis High girls basketball team will continue their careers next season at the junior college level. Point guard Chelo McElrath recently signed a letter of intent to play at Clarendon (Texas) College, while forward Lisa Taylor will ply her skills at Cochise College in Douglas, Ariz. Both […]