Los Alamos' boys soccer team finished third at the Albuquerque Academy tournament while the Hilltopper girls rallied after their first-round loss to finish fifth.
The Hilltopper boys beat Cleveland in the first round, 1-0, but fell to the eventual champs, Albuquerque Academy in the semis, 2-0. Academy beat Farmington in the championship, 3-0.
In the third-place game, the Hilltopper boys took on District 2-5A rival, and last year's state champion, Capital. Los Alamos, however, took down the Jaguars, 1-0, in the consolation semifinals.
The Hilltopper girls, meanwhile, lost its opening game, 5-0, to Hope Christian, but won its next two games to claim fifth.
Los Alamos beat Mayfield in the second round, 2-0.
In the fifth-place game, Los Alamos took a team that enterred the tournament undefeated — Carlsbad. The shots on goal were nearly equal — Los Alamos had seven shots while the Cavemen forced Anna Lemke to make eight saves in the game.
A first-half goal by Los Alamos' Jordan Henson, however, propelled the 'Toppers to a 1-0 victory in the game.
Farmington won the girls championship, beating Aztec 4-0 in the finals. Academy beat Hope, 4-2, to take third.