Winter Sports Highlights

The inaugural archery team, with twenty-three middle school archers and two upper school junior coaches, is off to a great start. Archers competed well in the first Cardinal Tournament. We are looking so forward to hosting the Bobcat Tournament on Saturday, February 11.

Middle School Basketball
The middle school girls Team 2 basketball team finished out an amazing season by winning the APIAL championship game after beating out Albuquerque Academy for the win. Congratulations, Bobcats!

The boys middle school basketball Team 1 played phenomenally in “pool play.” The boys played four games and scored 155 points total, with only 27 points scored against them. Our regular season schedule is out, and we will be going up against Albuquerque Academy, Hope, and St Mary’s in division two. We have four games at Bosque this year, so if you want to attend a game, the boys would love the crowd!

The middle school boys basketball Team 2 has also had a great start to their season! Players have developed their individual skills and learned to run inbounds plays, create three-point shot opportunities, and set up fast breaks. During the preseason, the team went up against much older competition and learned how to implement game plans in high-speed gameplay. As the regular season gets underway, the team will be putting all of this to work in a successful and fun season. 

Upper School Girls Basketball
The girls basketball team has had so much fun playing in tournaments throughout the pre-season. Seniors Sofia and Emma have become great leaders this year as we start to compete in district play. We have many strong young athletes who are stepping up to the challenge and playing key moments in our games. We are very proud of all the hard work and dedication from everybody as we compete for our spot in district play. Thank you for supporting us!

Upper School and 8th-grade Boys Basketball
The boys basketball program is starting off strong! Our C-team, which is made up of all 8th graders, is working hard and getting better every day. Our JV team won their first game at East Mountain last night, coming from behind in the fourth quarter. Our varsity team is 11-5 on the season and 1-0 in the district. 

A highlight of the season has been beating defending state champs and first-ranked Robertson last week. The team is led in scoring by Kyle ‘24 (20.1) and Cooper ‘24 (18.4). Cooper also leads in rebounds (8.8), and Ezra ‘23 (4) and Kyle (3.3) lead in assists. We won our first district game against East Mountain and are poised to make a run at the district and state championships this year.  

The esports team, with a record number of twenty-two gamers, is ready for an awesome season! So far, we're just getting kids comfortable with the games and starting to talk about dividing into teams of either Super Smash Brothers or Rocket League. Our competitive season begins in two weeks, and we are excited!

The swim team is doing great! We just had a meet last Saturday, and we are at the halfway point in the season. Kudos to our Bobcats for their hard work! We are seeing great improvements and lots of enthusiasm.

Bosque Swim had a great meet at the La Cueva Invite:

Rainey ('27) finished 17th in the 50 free with a time of 31.21, just a tenth of a second off of her best time. She also finished 8th in the 100 free with a time of 1:11.92. 

Sophie ('27) finished 19th in the 50 free with a time of 31.91, lowering her previous time by nearly a second. She also finished 7th in the 100 free with a best time of 1:10.87—that's nearly a four second time drop from her previous time! 

Mackenzie ('27) finished 29th in the 50 free with a huge personal best, dropping nearly six seconds for a time of 40.59. She finished 9th in the 100 breaststroke, with another big personal best, dropping another six seconds. 

Hudson ('26) won both the 200 free (1:55.47) and 500 free (5:23.11). He made a state qualifying time cut in both events. Currently, he has three state qualifying times!

Jonah ('26) finished 7th in the 100 free with a personal best of 1:03.39, dropping two seconds from his previous time. Jonah also finished 6th in the 100 breastroke with a time of 1:24.89.

Bailey ('26) swam the difficult 100 butterfly and finished second with a time of 1:17.50.

Michael ('25) finished 22nd in the 50 free with a time of 42.78 and 9th in the 100 free with a personal best time of 1:38.38, dropping nearly nine seconds.

Mattie ('25) won the 50 free with a time of 26.41 and was second in the 100 back with a time of 1:04.41. She made state qualifying times in both events and now has 4 state qualifying times.

The Bosque School girls 200 medley relay and the 200 free relay finished 4th overall. 

We are looking ahead toward the final regular season meet on Feb. 4, followed by the District Championships on February 11. So far, Bosque School has two state qualifiers, who will race in the New Mexico State Championships, February 17-18.