Varsity District Champions
Welcome Coach Orell
Eric Orell joined the Bosque athletic staff in 2011 coaching the boys varsity basketball team. Coach Orell holds a B.S. in Physical Education and a minor in health education from Northern Arizona University. He also played college basketball at Cochise College in Arizona. Coach Orell is currently a health and physical education teacher at Manzano High School. Prior to taking the position at Bosque, he was also an associate varsity basketball coach at Manzano. In addition to Manzano High School, Coach Orell has taught and coached at Kennedy Middle School, Jimmy Carter Middle School, and Albuquerque Academy. He is a certified K-12 New Mexico teacher and holds a New Mexico coaching license. Coach Orell is excited to start the 2011-2012 season with Bosque School.
ABQ Sports Magazine Ranks Bosque Athlete #25 in the State
Andres ’13 was ranked 25th in the NM High School Player Rankings in the February issue of ABQ Sports Magazine. “Andres is a guard who plays 110% at all times. He easily could be ranked higher. He is a great floor leader who would easily play on any 4A or 5A team. He had 20 points against 4A Los Lunas High School in the Los Lunas Tournament. He is a great student-athlete who can play at NAIA, D2 or D3 level.” Congratulations Andres! Well-deserved recognition.
2011-2012 All-Metro 1st Team Selections:
Congrats to Andres '13 and Gabe '15
Bobcats Win Invitational
The boys varsity basketball team captured the 2011 Bosque Invitational Tournament Championship on December 3rd. The team defeated Monte del Sol and Penasco to emerge as tournament champions.
Bosque 48-Monte del Sol 38
Bosque 51-Penasco 41