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This past week was a better one for the Trojan teams. Despite a majority of the games still being played on the road, we came away with more wins than losses.

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It was a slightly strange week in the TSJC Athletic Department. We only had two games all week, and no contests over the weekend what-so-ever. It is odd to have some downtime this time of year, but it was a good chance to catch our breath before the spring seasons start play this coming week…

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The 83rd annual Trinidad State Junior College High School Invitational Basketball Tournament is in the record books. It was three days of entertaining basketball at Scott Gym, in which teams from 10 area high schools competed. Teams representing Trinidad, Hoehne, Primero, Raton, Kim, La Junt…

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The new year is underway with activity returning to campus this past week. The basketball teams each saw action this weekend, and despite dealing with some injury/illness issues, each team got off to a good start to the second half of their respective seasons.

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(ALAMOSA, Colo) – The Trojan Track and Field teams got their season off to an early start Friday and Saturday at the ASU Early Grizzly Open in Alamosa. Competing against some of the best Division II track and field teams in the country, the Trojans not only held their own, but set some impre…

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The magical run by the Lady Trojan basketball team came to an end Friday evening in Scottsbluff, Nebraska with TSJC dropping a tight contest to Eastern Wyoming in the semifinal round. The previous evening the Trojans prevailed over Miles Community College in the Region IX quarterfinals. Trin…

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(EMPORIA, Kas.) – Track and Field has moved from the indoor season to the outdoor with the first meet of the season taking place in Emporia, Kansas on Friday, March 17. Trinidad State only had one participant for this first meet, freshman javelin thrower Emmett Reimer.

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Zariah Mason, a sophomore sprinter from Kim High School, was named the Class 1A girls’ track Athlete of the Year by the Colorado High School Athletic Association (CHSAA) after winning two individual events and taking the lead on two relay teams that also won state championships for the small…

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Coach Jim Toupal, in company with Vinny Castilla (Rockies baseball), Jim Danley (Eaton High School baseball), Rhonda Blandord-Green (University of Nebraska track), Milan Hejduk (Avalanche hockey) and basketball great Ralph (Rockets and Nuggets basketball), was inducted into the Colorado Spor…

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It was recently announced by the NJCAA Region IX office that TSJC had a pair of players named to the 2015-2016 Region IX Basketball Team.

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For the first time, Trinidad State will have student athletes at its Alamosa Campus starting in the fall. Trinidad State Athletic Director Mike Salbato announced Monday the appointment of Lauren Martin, a highly decorated runner from Adams State University, as the new cross country coach at …

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The Volleyball season came to a close at the 2015 Region IX Tournament in Sterling, Colorado last week as the Trojans wrapped up the year with a 15-24 overall record and a fourth place finish at the tournament. In tournament play the Trojans topped Lamar in a five-set thriller on Wednesday n…

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The 2015 Fall Classic golf tournament, held at the Trinidad Municipal Golf Course on October 3-4, featured a two-man scramble, modified Stableford scoring format. The Stableford system scores one point for bogie, two for par, four for birdie, and six for an eagle. Forty-four players contende…

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In a game between the top two teams in the Southern Conference, the only fans left cheering in the final minutes were the ones wearing black and red and celebrating another significant Hoehne Farmer victory in Kiowa Friday night.

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After causing a postponement of games throughout the entire Pecos League Monday night, Mother Nature let go of her grasp over the league Tuesday evening long enough for some action on the diamond. The Triggers have been on a tear as late going 10-2 and outscoring their opponents 119-78 since…

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