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  • Sports Update 07-18-12

    Indoor soccer tourney hosted by Y

    The Family YMCA of Los Alamos is hosting an indoor soccer tournament Saturday and Sunday.
    Teams of four will face off in one of several divisions, adult men, adult women, coed, high school coed and youth. Price for participation is $15 per player.
    For more information, call the YMCA at 662-3100.

    Mud volleyball tourney is Saturday

  • Results from first two Splash 'n' Dash events

    With half the Splash ‘n’ Dash schedule over, it appears local athletes Clay Moseley and Gabe Katko are among those who are in pretty good shape.
    The Splash ‘n’ Dash is a bi-weekly event held during the summer months. The non-competitive races are geared for those trying to get in shape for the mid-August Los Alamos Triathlon and are hosted by the Los Alamos Triatomics multi-sport club.
    Both Moseley and Katko were the fastest finishers in the first Splash ‘n’ Dash June 25, then finished as runners-up in Wednesday’s event.
    The next event is scheduled for July 25. All the events are free but day-of registration is required and they are limited to 75 competitors.

  • Sports Update 07-15-12

    Indoor soccer tourney hosted by Y

    The Family YMCA of Los Alamos is hosting an indoor soccer tournament Saturday and Sunday.
    Teams of four will face off in one of several divisions, adult men, adult women, coed, high school coed and youth. Price for participation is $15 per player.
    For more information, call the YMCA at 662-3100.

    County’s mud volleyball tournament returns on Saturday

    The Los Alamos County Recreation Division will hold its eighth annual High Mountain Mudfest Saturday.
    The High Mountain Mudfest is a mud volleyball tournament. It will be played at the North Mesa Mud Pits. Games start at 9 a.m.
    To participate, teams must have 6-12 players, including a minimum of four women.

  • LAHS gridders hosting golf tourney

    Most people don’t associate yelling “fore” with football, but the Los Alamos Hilltopper football team hopes you will this week.
    The LAHS Gridiron Booster Club is emphasizing the green in the green and gold by hosting their annual fundraising golf tournament Saturday.
    “All funds will be used to improve our existing equipment and pay for travel costs,” head coach Garett Williams said.
    The chance to chase the little white ball will benefit the player as well as do a lot to assist the team as the 2012 season approaches.
    Each player will receive a $15 gift card from GolfDiscount.com and a free golf club from Warrior Golf.

  • LA 9-10s take district crown

    The Los Alamos 9/10 All-Star baseball team rolled to a big victory in the District 1 tournament last week, capped off by a 20-0 pounding of Española.
    Los Alamos thumped four straight opponents to take the district title.
    In the tournament, which concluded Wednesday, Los Alamos wore out home plate, scoring 81 runs in four games and had two shutout victories over Española’s All-Stars.
    With the district title, Los Alamos now advances to the state tournament, which starts Friday in Portales.

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    About 70 players took part in a tournament over the July 4 holiday at Los Alamos Golf Course. The tournament took the place of the Atomic City Invitational, which was canceled this year due to low participation numbers.

  • Left-handed Ace

    Eddie Sanchez, seen here driving off the first tee at Los Alamos Golf Course earlier this month, scored an ace on July 4 on LAGC’s 17th hole.

  • Thompson wins the Pace Race

    Darla Thompson had the top predictions in this week’s Pace Race.
    The Pace Race, a weekly event hosted by the Atomic City Roadrunners, was Tuesday starting at Piñon Park in White Rock.
    Tuesday’s race was a staggered-start event. Participants with the slowest predicted times began the race first, followed by the predictors with the fastest times.
    Thompson was just two seconds off her predicted finish time on the 1-mile course, topping the next-closest predictor, Bob Weeks, who was nine seconds off. There were four other participants — Richard Thompson Jr., Jackie Marr, Lynn Kluegel and Duane Marr — that finished within 16 seconds of their predicted time on the 1-mile course.

  • School of Hard Knocks

    Campers taking part in the Hilltopper Youth Football Camp hit the hand-held shields and get instruction from the Los Alamos High School coaching staff during this week’s sessions. The camp concludes today.

  • LA Majors get knocked out

    The Los Alamos County Majors All-Stars were knocked out of the District 1 baseball tournament Wednesday night.
    Facing Pojoaque’s All-Stars in an elimination game at Lou Caveglia Field, Los Alamos struggled to get much offense going against Pojoaque’s hard throwing right-handed pitcher Nate Aguilar. Aguilar sparkled through five innings before reaching his Little League-mandated pitch count limit, giving up just one run.
    Pojoaque took advantage of Los Alamos’ struggles in the fourth inning, scoring four times to pick up a 6-3 victory and advance to the finals of the tournament.