The boys soccer team won its first game of state championship playoff action at home against Eldorado on Oct. 29.
The Eagles football team was upended 61-21 by Mayfield at home on Oct. 28.
HHS paid tribute to first responders during an Oct. 28 pep assembly.
Hobbs High School paid tribute to first responders with this video
which they previewed during an Oct. 28 pep assembly.
Students from Stone and Mills were on stage at Tydings Oct. 28 for a National Dance Institute performance.
Dozens of students showed up with their pumpkins on Oct. 24 for the annual College Lane Pumpkin Patch competition.
The Lady Eagles soccer team beat Carlsbad 3-1 on Oct. 22 to win the district championship and move into the state playoffs.
The Lady Eagles lost 3-1 to Gadsden on Senior Night at Tasker Arena on Oct. 18.
The Eagles beat Onate 5-0 on Senior Day on Oct. 15 at home.
Houston Middle School theater students performed the first play of the school year - Box - on Oct. 14.
The girls soccer team lost a 2-1 heartbreaker in the final minutes to Las Cruces on Oct. 13.
The Lady Eagles varsity team finished seventh and the Eagles JV team was eighth when Hobbs High School hosted its annual cross country meet on Oct. 13 at Harry McAdams Park. The boys top runners sat out in preparation for the Rio Rancho meet.
Tharon Drake, the visually impaired HHS graduate who won two silver medals in swimming competition at the 2016 Paralymic Games, was at College Lane on Oct. 12 to give students a lesson in perseverance.
The Eagles beat Gadsden 1-0 in double overtime on Oct. 11.
The Eagles surged to an early lead over Las Cruces on Oct. 8 but faltered in the second half, losing 48-28.
The HHS marching band and two teams of color guard members each earned superior ratings during an Oct. 4 band festival in Artesia.
The Freshman High School held its first pep rally of the year on Oct. 5.
Members of the HHS/FHS marching band and color guard participated in their first competition of the year in Artesia on Oct 4 - winning perfect scores of "1" in the process.
Students from Broadmoor, Murray, Stone and BTW were on stage Oct. 1 for a Missoula Children's Theatre production of The Princess and The Pea.
Under the leadership of new choir director Cindy Roberts, the Freshman High and Hobbs High School choirs were on stage Oct. 3 at Tydings Auditorium.