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  • LA, Goddard will face off in first round of Cernicek Invite

    Los Alamos High School announced the slate for this year’s Louie Cernicek Invitational tournament last week, and, as usual, it’s another solid crop of opponents.
    The Louie Cernicek Invitational, hosted by the Hilltopper boys soccer team, is usually one of the most competitive tournaments held in northern New Mexico. This year’s tournament is no exception.
    This is the 15th year for Los Alamos’ boy soccer tournament, which was known as the Mountain Top Invitational until 1997.
    Currently, all but one of the tournament’s games are scheduled to be played at Sullivan Field, although it is unknown if renovations at Sullivan Field will be completed by the Sept. 2 first round.

  • Romero, Fiorina win and advance to final

    Nancy Romero and Chanet Fiorina survived the semifinal round of the New Mexico State Amateur Championship tournament Wednesday.
    The match play tournament concluded today at Los Alamos Golf Course. Today’s results weren’t available as of press time.
    Romero and Fiorina met this morning in the championship after picking up wins in Wednesday’s semifinal round. Romero nipped defending state champion Marisa Bautista 2 and 1 while Fiorina picked up a solid 4 and 3 victory over Rosemary McKeown.
    Fiorina closed out her first round opponent, Kathy Smith, early Tuesday, winning 3 and 2, while Romero needed extra holes to top Susan Daniels in the first round.

  • Early season games are moved to WR

    Things are still progressing at Sullivan Field, but not quite as quickly as was hoped.
    Los Alamos High School has had to move some early fall season games from Sullivan Field to White Rock, but athletic director Vicki Nelms said she thinks work should be completed in time for one of the school’s premier fall events.
    Sullivan Field, the longtime home of Los Alamos’ football and soccer teams, is getting its old natural grass surface replaced with artificial surface.
    Work began on Sullivan Field just days after the 2010-11 sports season finished.

  • NNMSMGA tournament results

    Reid Griffith of Los Alamos was among the top performers during Northern New Mexico Senior Men’s Golf Association play.
    Griffith had a net score of 72 at Albuquerque Country Club Aug. 1,
    The NNMSMGA held a pair of tournaments last week, at the Albuquerque Country Club and at Twin Warriors Golf Course at Santa Ana Pueblo.
    Also from Los Alamos, Bob Quick finished with the low gross score in the first flight Aug. 1 and Spike Jones had the second low gross score in the second flight.

    Here are the results from the Northern New Mexico Senior Men’s Golf Association tournaments from Albuquerque Country Club and Twin Warriors Golf Club.

    Albuquerque Country Club,
    Aug. 1

    Championship flight

  • Bautista moves on to semis

    Defending state women’s champion Marisa Bautista knocked off top local player Tami Martinson to move on to the semifinals of the women’s New Mexico State Amateur Championship tournament.
    Bautista topped Martinson 3 and 2 to move on to the semifinals of the tournament, which is being played at Los Alamos Golf Course. The tournament continues through Thursday.
    A pair of matches in Tuesday’s first round were decided by scores of 3 and 2 while the other two contests went right down to the wire.

  • Zachek paces state amateur qualifier

    Darian Zachek took a solid victory Monday in the qualifying round of the New Mexico State Amateur Championship tournament.
    Zachek shot a 3-over 75 Monday to pace the qualifying tournament, winning by three strokes over Chanet Fiorina and Nancy Romero.
    Los Alamos Golf Course is hosting the women’s state tournament, which started with single-elimination match play this morning. The tournament continues through Thursday.
    The top seven finishers in Monday’s qualifier advanced to the championship flight of the match-play event. The 2010 state amateur champ, Marisa Bautista, got an automatic bid into the tournament, although she didn’t need it, finishing sixth in the stroke-play qualifier.

  • LAFC's Webb earns a C-ranking at tourney

    A pair of Los Alamos Fencing Club epeeists turned in impressive performances at the Santa Fe Roasters competition.
    The Santa Fe Roasters fencing competition was held July 30 at the New Mexico Fencing Foundation.
    Club newcomer Patrick Webb had a big showing at the tournament in the men’s open epee division.
    For his part, Webb finished in third place, losing only to eventual champion Gavin Medeley, a collegiate competitor at Ohio State University.
    For his finish in the tournament, Webb earned a ‘C’ rating — he went into the weekend unranked.

  • Sports Update 08-09-11

    Fall sports meeting is Wednesday

    The fall sports meeting for Los Alamos High School will be held Wednesday at the Duane Smith Auditorium.
    All athletes competing in a fall sport and their parents must attend this meeting or schedule a make-up meeting with Los Alamos High School athletic director Vicki Nelms. The meeting will start at 6 p.m.
    Following the conclusion of the fall sports meeting, athletes will attend sports-specific meetings with their head coaches.
    For more information, call 663-2531.

    Final Splash N Dash of season set

    The final Splash N Dash of the season will take place Wednesday starting at the Larry R. Walkup Aquatic Center. The event starts at 7 p.m.

  • Pushing the Pace

    Competitors running in Saturday’s Firecracker 5K race (l-r) Tim Wermer, Kevin Hemphill and Ryan Fenton lead the pack at the halfway point. Fenton would eventually pull away and win the race with a time of 15 minutes, 14.44 seconds. Over 150 runners took part in Saturday’s run.

  • Muscling In

    he 2011 Southern Rockies Natural Bodybuilding and Fitness Competition was held Saturday at the Duane Smith Auditorium. The contest included 25 competitors in 10 different experience and age divisions  this year.