Youth Volleyball League

Registration is open for the village of Los Lunas 2022 Youth Volleyball League. Cost is $35 per player. Practices begin March 21 and games begin April 2. To register, visit secure.rec1.com/NM/los-lunas-nm/catalog.

YAFL football and cheerleading

Spring and fall registration is now open for YAFL football and cheerleading. The spring season begins on Monday, March 28. The cost is $175 per player for tackle football, $85 per player for flag football and $105 per cheerleader.
The fall season for cheerleading begins Monday, July 18, and is $150 per cheerleader. Junior cheer (ages 5-6) is $105 per cheerleader. Fall season for football begins on Monday, July 25, and is $150 per player until March 4.
For information, please visit NMYAFL.org.

Women’s golf 2022 season starting

The Women’s Golf Association at Tierra del Sol is starting its 2022 season in March, with play days scheduled for Wednesdays and Saturdays. Ladies who would like to join can get more information by calling Edie Redfearn-Moore at 505-864-7015 or Kathy Burrow at 505-270-7048.

Baca Rodeo Series

The Baca Rodeo Series is scheduled to begin on Saturday, April 9, at the Valencia County Sheriff’s Posse. Events will be held each Saturday and Sunday until Sunday, May 1. For more information and to enter the events, call 505-966-6735.

Golf Tournament

The Belen St. Mary’s Booster Club will be hosting a golf tournament on Saturday, April 30, at Tierra Del Sol Golf Club in Rio Communities. The club is currently looking for players and sponsors for the event. The cost is $100 per player or $400 per team of four players. There will be prizes handed out, lunch will be provided and much more. For more information, contact Liz Marquez at 505-803-7373, by email at [email protected], or contact Naeomi Trujillo at [email protected]

 

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Do you have an upcoming athletic event? Submit it to the News-Bulletin’s On Deck by emailing [email protected], or call Adam Evarts at 505-966-8159.

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Adam Evarts is a graduate of the University of New Mexico where he studied journalism and history. He has lived in Valencia County most of his life. Adam covers sports for the Valencia County News-Bulletin, including prep competitions for the three local high schools, Senior Olympics, rodeo, Little League and more.