Secret City Esports Starts Fall Season With Two Wins

Reece Lovato goes up for a shot off of a pass from Henry Stidham in game two of a Rocket League series against Early College Academy last week. Courtesy photo


The Secret City Esports Rocket League team at Los Alamos High School has started the fall season with a record of 2 wins and 1 loss over the first three weeks of the fall season. Last week, the Hilltoppers defeated the Early College Academy (ECA) Elements out of Albuquerque 3-0 in a Best-of-5 series. The Hilltopper side was led by Reece Lovato (Hinshina), who tallied six goals across the three games played in the series against ECA. Henry Stidham (Lanboi04) led a strong passing attack with five assists, bringing his season total to nine assists. Teryn Bingham (JustTman2004) rounded out the lineup with one goal in each of the three games played and led the team in total points overall.

Check out the broadcast of this week’s Rocket League match against Arrowhead Park out of Las Cruces. You can catch the match live at at 4 p.m. Thursday afternoon, Oct. 28.

From Nov. 3 through 5, the Secret City Esports Rocket League team will also be participating in the New Mexico Educational Classic Esports Tournament hosted by UNM, featuring the top High School and College teams in New Mexico, including UNM, NMSU, La Cueva High School and Highlands University. These matches will also be broadcast online in November over the course of the tournament.