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Past Tourneys for the Wolverines…

   

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You can’t go any further east than Texico and still be in the state. It’s too bad for Wolverines’ foes that the school isn’t located in Texas – if it was, they might’ve won plenty more titles.

Check out the Wolverines
list of state tournament crowns
in the Roll Call of State Championships…
 

 

Football
2008…First title after moving up to Class 2A as Texico, in last year as head coach for Mike Prokop, nips Dexter 28-26 and finishes with 12-0 season

2004…Undefeated campaign for Wolverines culminates with a 35-7 whipping of Cloudcroft in Class 1A championship

1996…Texico and coach Barry Partain claims 1A crown after a 17-6 victory over Jal in finale

1990…Wolverines, guided by coach Bruce Scroggins, leave little doubt who’s best in Class 1A after shutting out Hagerman 28-0

1983…First gridiron title for Texico when head coach David Lynn and Wolverines blank Tatum 23-0 in 1A championship

Volleyball
2011…Texico is tops in Class 2A again, now the streak is at six straight state championships, after sweeping Bosque School in title match
2010…The song remains the same and that’s fine with the Wolverines – who beat Tularosa 3-0 in finals for second year in a row
2009…Dominating the Class 2A field at state, Texico sweeps Tularosa for fourth consecutive state championship

2008…Texico switches coaches, now led by Kristen Scanlan, but don’t skip a beat by winning title for third straight year: Wolverines 3, Navajo Prep 2
2007…Perfect 25-0 season for Texico and coach Mike Littlejohn as Wolverines beat Navajo Prep in four games for blue trophy

2006…A four-game triumph over Estancia in championship gives Wolverines the Class 2A crown

2001…Texico, led by hitter Elizabeth Richards and setter Jennifer Roberts, finishes sparkling 25-1 season with a 3-1 win over rival Fort Sumner

1985…Repeat of finalists from year before and this Class 1A championship match has a similar ring: Texico 3, Tatum 0

1984…Wolverines handle Tatum in four games to finish 20-2 campaign with a first-place trophy

1980…Coach Mike Littlejohn guides Texico to its first volleyball championship – secured with a 2-1 victory over Melrose

Boys Basketball
2009…After taking football in the fall,Wolverines grab hardwood crown with 48-46 victory over Santa Rosa in 2A finals

2008…Texico and coach Richard Luscombe triumph over Mesilla Valley 58-55 to claim 2A championship

2001…A 29-1 campaign closes with a first-place blue trophy in Class 2A: Wolverines 76, Tularosa 62

1984…Guided by coach Scott Parker, Texico reigns in Class 1A roundball following a 61-35 rout of Cliff in the title game

Girls Basketball
2012…Texico takes major revenge on Navajo Pine in a rematch of the ’11 Class 2A championship game. This time it’s the Wolverines in 71-38 victory for Richard Luscombe, in his first year as the girls coach
2010…Led by seniors Katlin Luscombe and Victoria Richards, Wolverines beat back Navajo Pine 55-40 to grab blue 2A trophy for third time in four years
2008…A 28-2 season is wrapped up in fine fashion as Texico beats Navajo Prep 55-45 for second straight state championship
2007…Back at #1 following four-year absence when Wolverines edge Penasco 41-38 in Class 2A title game

2002…Three-straight titles for Texico and coach Roy King after a convincing 77-52 championship victory over Newcomb

2001…Wolverines, paced by juniors Elizabeth Richards and Jennifer Roberts, race to 27-1 season record and a 78-59 finals win over Navajo Prep

2000…Talented core of young Texico players seize Class 2A trophy following a 72-53 victory over McCurdy at The Pit

1981…Wolverines cap 27-1 campaign by clubbing Carrizozo 68-35 for school’s first girls basketball crown

Baseball
2005…A landslide 21-10 win over Gateway Christian in championship means Texico captures first title on the diamond

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