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No one injured in accident after basketball game
A Los Alamos Public Schools SUV was involved in a minor rear-end collision following Thursday’s night’s girls basketball game in Española.
The accident occurred at the stoplight on Fairway Drive and Paseo De Oñate at approximately 9 p.m.
Los Alamos High School athletic director Vicki Nelms said no one was hurt in the accident.
No LAHS student-athletes were in the SUV at the time of the collision.
The SUV is used to transport student-athletes to and from out-of-town athletic contests and is often driven by a member of that athletic program’s coaching staff. However, student-athletes are regularly picked up and driven home by family members at the conclusion of those contests.
A driver heading back to Los Alamos following the contest said a sedan appeared to have ran into the back of the SUV at the intersection. The sedan sustained front-end damage.
LALL registering next week at Home Run Pizza
Los Alamos Little League will hold registration sessions for its upcoming baseball and softball seasons Tuesday and Thursday.
The sessions are scheduled from 6:30-8 p.m. at Home Run Pizza in Los Alamos.
All boys and girls who are between the ages of 5-16 (as of April 30 for baseball and Dec. 21, 2012 for softball) are eligible to participate.
Price for registration is $55 for one child, $50 for each additional child. Financial assistance may be available.
More information can be found by visiting lalittleleague.org.
Local church seeking soccer equipment
Soccer equipment for children in the country of Uganda is being collected at the Crossroads Bible Church.
The church is located at 97 East Road in Los Alamos. Donations can be made there or at Time Out Pizza in White Rock.
Equipment such as balls, shoes, jerseys, shorts and shin guards are being requested.
More information is available by calling Blanca Jones at 505-919-8742.