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Deming High ESports

ESports has grown a lot in the past 10 years and is now the number one paying sport in the world. With this much money being made from playing games why wouldn’t you want into the gaming business. With the growth of the industry there is no suprie that the NMAA (New Mexico Athletes Association) has now added gaming or ESports to the list of school sports. The games that New Mexico offers are League of Legends, Smite, and Rocket League. The DHS ESports team has 10 players and have had 2 matches already. The game they played was rocket league and lost 40-7 against Onate. Sponsor Jaramillo says the Onate team has experience with the game and is nothing the team should be ashamed about. Gaming is a lot more than just playing the game but they will have to work together, strategize, and after matches they will watch film to see how they could improve. Students can actually get scholarships for ESports with 2 universities in New Mexico, which are NMSU and UNM.

‘Cats Winless in Artesia

By Isaiah Chavez

The Wildcats have extended their losing streak to 6 games. During the tournament they played Roswell in the opening round and lost 4-3. They then played Lovington where they lost 5-3. They also lost a close game to Moriarty where the ending score was 5-6. The ‘Cats out hit every team in the tournament but just couldn’t find their groove. The Boys open up district on Tuesday where they play the Las Cruces Bulldogs home at 6pm.

Varsity Baseball

The Wildcat Baseball team had their first game on Tuesday where they stomped on the Silver High Colts 10-0. “This is the best season opener that the Cats have had in a while” said Head Coach Holguin. The team combined for 13 hits in only 4 ½ innings of play. Pitcher Fernie Munoz started the game and had 5 strikeouts in only 2 innings of play, James Palomarez had 4 strikeouts while pitching 2 innings, and Creighton Apodaca had 2 strikeouts during the last inning. The DHS Baseball team has a great bullpen with good arms. Apodaca and Munoz both drove home a pair of runs. The Wildcats will head to Santa Teresa on Friday where they will be looking to improve their record to 2-0.

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Wildcats, Pre-season tennis has begun practices will be held Monday - Wednesday from 4-5 pm and Thursday and Friday from 4:30-6 pm. Boys and Girls and needed! 

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Wildcat Baseball

Baseball season is approaching and official practices will start on February 2. You cannot come on the field unless you have your physical, concussion test, and your online forms complete. THESE MUST BE TURNED IN TO TRAINER JESS! Dress in baseball pants and bring a hat.

Ladycat Basketball     

   By: Isaiah Chavez

The Ladycats attacked the Lady bulldogs early in the first quarter with 16 points. They ended the game with a 64-57 victory over the dogs. Senior Vanessa Garcia put up a double double, with 23 points and 19 rebounds. Senior Pumpkin Giron had 16 points and 6 rebounds. Freshman Manie Dominguez had 8 points with 8 boards. The Ladycats are looking to win these next games, and hope to qualify for a spot at state.

Ladycat Basketball

By: Isaiah Chavez

The Ladycats take down the Lady Tigers with a 56-61 victory. Sierra Manos helped clinched this victory early in the game with assist and points. Key player Nicole Lopez left the court due to an injury and returned later in the game. The Ladycats are now 2-4 in district and have a 13-7 overall record. Lets hope the Ladycats can clinch a spot for a state seed.

Wildcat Basketball


Photos by David Monjaras


By Isaiah Chavez

The ladycats clinch the Taos invitational and bring home a a beautiful new trophy. They also beat the Silver High Colts with an ending score of 64-51. Senior Adriana Giron balled out in the first quarter with 9 points to give the cats an early lead. The ladycats now have a 5-0 record, the best since 2010. 


By Isaiah Chavez

Our high school cheer team is getting ready for the upcoming basketball season, while at the same time they are preparing for their upcoming competition season. Their first competition is on January 19th in Las Cruces. They will be competing against other 5A schools in the district. The cheer team does so much for our Wildcats and we do not realize the work they put in. Wish them luck in competition.


Still Image Photography


Photos by David Monjaras

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