It was a long night for goalies when
Santa Teresa defeated Hobbs 4-2 at home on Aug. 30.
Highland School Resource Officer Jimmy Jones - during an Aug. 30 presentation - told students that the choices they make today will affect them for the rest of their lives.
Quarterback Brayden Price gets the play from Coach Bruce Dollar during a season-opening 24-21 victory over Gadsden on Aug. 26.
HHS students got into the spirt of a new school year with a pep rally on Aug. 26 that preceded that night's home opening victory over Gadsden.
The Harold Murphy Alternative Learning Center was the first to rise to the musical challenge on Aug. 26 after Superintendent TJ Parks announced a $3,000 prize for the first group to memorize and perform the school song.
HMS Superintendent TJ Parks welcomed staff back to a new school year on Aug. 24 by offering up words of inspiration and humor while urging employees to have school pride and work together as one unit.
Nick Lopez, a Highland Bear, was one of dozens of players introduced to the crowd during the Aug. 19 Eagle Night at Watson Stadium an event that featured cheerleaders and football players from every Hobbs secondary school.
Braden Price was one of two quarterbacks who took snaps when the Eagles scrimmaged Midland Christian Academy on Aug. 19.
The Eagles soccer team opened their season on Aug. 18 with a 3-2 victory over Roswell.
Negotiating a new schedule and new school can be daunting for even the bravest seventh grader. Newbies like this Highland student managed just fine, however, on the first day of school - Aug. 17.
The halls were packed on Aug. 15. when ninth-graders and their parents got a chance to check out the new Freshman High School during orientation activities.
MyPower's Quantum Learning camp was laugh-out-loud fun -- as well as character building - for the nearly 170 girls who attended Aug. 8-13.
Despite temperatures over 100 degrees, Hobbs students were cool at the Aug. 10 Lea County Fair Parade.
Scott Macatee seems happy to collect a substantial bonus check from teacher Melissa Richards-Doss during the Aug. 2 AP Banquet at Hobbs High School. Macatee also earned a computer, a reward for earning at least a score of 4 on four different AP exams.