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ATHLETIC HOME EVENTS FOR THE WEEK

Monday, January 23

GIRLS BASKETBALL

GHS @ CHS: JV - 5:30, V - 7:00

OMHS @ LCHS: 9TH - 4:00, JV - 5:30, V - 7:00

BOYS BASKETBALL

LCHS @ OMHS: 9TH - 4:00, JV - 5:30, V - 7:00 streaming on Organ Mountain Live

Tuesday, January 24

GIRLS BASKETBALL

AHS @ MHS: 4:00, JV - 5:30, V - 7:00

Wednesday, January 25

BASKETBALL

Hatch 9th @ Centennial JV: Girls 5:00 and Boys to follow after

WRESTLING

Duals LCHS/OMHS @MHS (Girls/Boys) 5pm

Thursday, January 26

GIRLS BASKETBALL

CHS @ OMHS 9TH - 4:00, JV - 5:30, V - 7:00

BOYS BASKETBALL

OMHS @ CHS 9TH - 4:00, JV - 5:30, V - 7:00

AHS @ LCHS 9TH - 4:00, JV - 5:30, V - 7:00

GHS @ MHS 9TH - 4:00, JV - 5:30, V - 7:00

Friday, January 27

WRESTLING

Dual LCHS @ CHS (Girls/Boys) 5pm

Saturday, January 28

WRESTLING

MHS JV (Girls/Boys) 9am

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The LCPS Athletics Department offers a wide range athletic activities for middle school and high school students. As an extension of the classroom, these extracurricular activities are designed to promote learning, help teach life skills, and encourage good sportsmanship and citizenship.

LCPS HOLIDAY HOOPLA 22-23

Girls

2nd Place Las Cruces Bulldawgs, 1st Place La Cueva Bears, All Tournament

Boys

2nd Place Central (PHX), 1st Place La Cueva Bears, All Tournament

Compete with Class

The Las Cruces Public Schools Athletics Department is proud to participate in the New Mexico Activities Association’s Compete with Class Sportsmanship Program

“Compete with Class” is a New Mexico sportsmanship program designed to help better understand the true value of interscholastic athletics and activities – to educate and prepare our youth for the future.

It was developed through a collaboration process involving athletic directors, coaches and school administrators as well as input from student and adult communities with the purpose of restoring the placement of interscholastic activities in an educational perspective and providing our state with a sportsmanship program that would be embraced and called our own.

The program was designed as an effort to promote and establish a strong culture of sportsmanship based on the core values of respect, integrity, and responsibility.