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Past Tourneys for the Tigers…







 Hot Springs High never changed when the town of Hot Springs took on the new name of Truth Or Consequences in 1950. Since then, the Tigers have successfully made a name for themselves in NM high school tournaments. 

Check it out in the Roll Call of State Tourney Champs…


1993…Seven straight championships for Tigers after Hot Springs knock off Animas in a four-game Class 2A finale

1992…A 19-3 campaign ends for Hot Springs with another 2A title after a four-game victory over Menaul

1991…Five straight Tigers’ championships after prevailing in a five-game title game battle: Hot Springs 3, Animas 2

1990…Coach Maria Cruz guides Hot Springs to a
 fourth first-place trophy in a row after a sweep of Animas

1989…Tigers start their championship match hex over Animas, who they would beat for titles three more times, with a sweep of the Panthers

1988…Hot Springs grabs 2A crown for a second straight year wih a four-game victory over Hatch Valley

1987…What a way to start seven straight state titles as Tigers finish perfect 21-0 season by shutting out Crownpoint

1985…A 20-1 campaign is topped off by Hot Springs outlasting Goddard in five games for Class 3A championship

1982…Remarkable run for Tigers and coach Maria Cruz begins – a 3A title match victory over Artesia starts a stretch of nine state crowns in 12 years

1994…Hot Springs reclaims a little baseball glory from the past by crushing Hope Christian 17-6 in the Class 1A-2A title game

1959…For second time in the 1950s, Tigers finish year as New Mexico’s best in Class B

1954…First championship of any kind for Hot Springs High is achieved on the diamond

Boys Basketball
1991…Tigers claim first hoops title for the school as Hot Springs, coached by Tommy Morrow, beats Clayton 79-68 in 2A finale

1968…Hot Springs grabs title for coach Travis Lee and go undefeated in the process. A 12-0 year culminates with a 23-0 shutout of Jal in Class B championship



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