The Los Alamos hockey team won three of the four games it played in El Paso, Texas, last weekend.
The Hilltoppers split two games with the defending composite champs, Franklin. Los Alamos then took two games from Coronado.
With the wins, the Hilltoppers moved up into fourth place in the New Mexico Interscholastic Ice Hockey League with an 8-6-3 overall record.
Against Franklin, which is currently sitting in second with an 11-7 record, Los Alamos won the first game, 5-3, despite being out shot 36-20 in the contest.
Franklin, which has the top two scores in the league, jumped out to a 2-0 lead. Cory Schramm and Ben Roback, however, scored to tie the contest.
In the second period, Brett Ireland scored to put Los Alamos on top, but Franklin was able to tie it back up.
Later in the second, Jacob Rutten scored what proved to be the game-winning goal for Los Alamos. Brett Ireland then added an insurance goal in the third.
Isaac Dunwoody made 33 saves for a .917 save percentage in the win.
The two teams squared off again Saturday morning, but this time Franklin rallied to score a 10-7 win.
Griffin Matuszak, Jacob Dunwoody and Chris Bond scored to put Los Alamos up 3-0 in the second period. Franklin responded with three goals, but a Roback goal put Los Alamos back in front heading into the third period.