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Here are some of the recent signings and commitments from high school student athletes in New Mexico.


Tristan Mascarenas of Cleveland High School has committed to wrestle at Arizona State University.  Mascarenas is a three-time state champion with an overall high school record of 142-20.


Piedra Vista’s Triston Charles will continue his cross country career with Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction, Colorado.  Charles won the Class 5A Individual State Cross Country Championship last November.

*photo courtesy Farmington Daily Times


Capital High School’s TJ Sanchez signed a letter of intent to play basketball at New Mexico Highlands University.  Sanchez averaged 20 points a game last season and led his team to the Class 5A State Championship game.

*image courtesy Twitter


Kameron Valencia from Eldorado High School signed a letter of intent to play basketball at New Mexico Highlands University.

*image courtesy Twitter


Fallon Velasquez of Mescalero Apache High School made it official and signed her National Letter of Intent to play college basketball at New Mexico Highlands University.  Velasquez helped lead her team to a state title this past March.


Robertson High School’s Tessa Ortiz will continue her volleyball career at Otero Junior College. She was named offensive player of the year for her district in volleyball and was selected for First Team All-State, as well as All-District. During her high school volleyball career, Ortiz played as an outside hitter and middle blocker. In addition to playing volleyball she played basketball and ran track competitively.

*image courtesy Twitter


Volcano Vista High School’s Cesar Madrid announced he will join his brother to play basketball at Colorado Northwestern Community College.


Jacob Mattox of Valencia High School will play basketball at Central Wyoming.  Mattox is a 6’1” guard who scored over 1,400 career points and was a 2x All-State player.

*image courtesy Twitter


Shoshanna Begay from Newcomb High School signed her letter of intent to play college basketball at SAGU American Indian College in Phoenix, AZ.


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