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  • Sports update 06-03-11

    Car wash is Saturday

    The New Mexico Thunder softball team will hold a car wash Saturday at the Shell gas station on Trinity Drive.
    The New Mexico Thunder is made up of local players 16-and-under. Money earned from the car wash will help defray travel costs.
    Saturday’s car wash is scheduled from 10 a.m.-noon at the station.

    Camp opens Monday

    The High Altitude Camp  for wrestlers starts Monday. The camp, for boys and girls in grades 3-12, will include instruction from Nate Yetzer, assistant coach at Virginia Tech University.
    For information, call Bob Geyer at 310-3206.

     

  • Baseball: Little League

    Action from Thursday night’s Los Alamos Little League game between the Padres and the Rockies at Lou Caveglia Field.

  • Sports update 06-02-11

    Tour de Los Alamos returns June 19

    The Roadrunners Cycling Club will host the 39th annual Tour de Los Alamos June 19.
    The Tour de Los Alamos is a road cycling race for men, women and juniors. The race consists of several distance categories for cyclists of different abilities.
    Price for participation is $25 prior to the day of the race, $45 on race day. All cyclists must have a USA Cycling license and an approved helmet.
    For more information or to register, visit tourdelosalamos.org.

    PPWC hosting Butterfly Run

  • Multi-Sport: Sena, Sponagle win at Atomic Man

    Richard Sena and Elizabeth Sponagle held off two tough challengers to win the Fat Man event of the Atomic Man Duathlon.
    The Atomic Man, which was held last month, is a run-bike-run multi-sport event sponsored by the Los Alamos Triatomics. The Atomic Man features two race categories, the Little Boy and the Fat Man.
    The Fat Man featured a 10-kilimoter run, 40-kilometer bike and a 5-kilometer run. The Little Boy consisted of a 4K run, 15K bike and 4K run.
    In all, 105 participants finished the race, which starts in White Rock and winds along NM 4 through Bandelier National Monument and back again.

  • Sports update 06-01-11

    Car wash Saturday will support local softball team

    The New Mexico Thunder softball team will hold a car wash Saturday at the Shell gas station on Trinity Drive.
    The New Mexico Thunder is made up of local players 16-and-under. Money earned from the car wash will help defray travel costs.
    Saturday’s car wash is scheduled from 10 a.m.-noon at the station.

    Hoops camps set for next week

    The Jr. Topper basketball program will host a pair of camps next week for players in grades K-5.
    The fundamentals camps start Monday. Price for participation is $70 per player.

  • Track and field: Hawk teams had good run in 2011 season

    The Los Alamos Middle School track and field teams ended their spring season  with a meet at West Las Vegas.
    All four Hawks teams placed in the top four of their divisions. The seventh grade girls won the team competition handily, scoring 146 points, the eighth grade boys also won with a team score of 107, the seventh grade boys finished in 4th place with  53.5 points, the eighth grade girls finished in second place with 107 points.
    The seventh grade girls team was dominant during the 2011 season. After placing third at the first meet in March, it went undefeated in the remaining four meets, scoring 100-150 points in each meet.
    Several school records were broken by the Hawks teams over the course of the season.

  • Running: Pace Race is tonight

    Members of the Atomic City Roadrunners head down the path at the Canyon Rim Trail during its initial Pace Race of the 2011 season. The Roadrunners will host their weekly race at 6 p.m. starting at the roundabout on Diamond Drive.

  • Sports update: Sandoval-Donahue qualifies for 2012 Olympic Trials

    Magdalena Sandoval-Donahue, formerly of Los Alamos, qualified for the United States Olympic Trials in the marathon.
    Sandoval-Donahue, a former elite runner for Los Alamos High School, finished second in the Eugene (Ore.) Marathon May 1 to earn a spot in the trials.
    At the Eugene Marathon, Sandoval-Donahue finished in 2 hours, 44 minutes, 41 seconds to earn the runner-up finish.
    The marathon was won by Katie Blackett of Colorado, who finished with a time of 2:44:14.
    To earn a spot at the Olympic trials, runners must achieve a marathon time of 2:46:00.
    Sandoval-Donahue, who won the 1998 individual state title in cross country, currently lives and trains in Albuquerque, where she attends graduate school.

  • Golf: Norman/Knox holds on to win at tourney

    The duo of Curt Norman/Darren Knox needed every saved stroke of a tournament-best round of 66 Monday to prevail in the Memorial Day Best Ball event.
    Norman/Knox picked up the victory in the three-day event at Los Alamos Golf Course. The team hung on to edge Kenny Walker/Kevin Brake in the tournament’s top flight, with Walker/Brake finishing just one stroke behind.
    The Memorial Day Best Ball tournament, which was held this weekend, is the first major event the LAGC holds annually. This year, the tournament included 17 teams in the three-day competition and nine more in the two-day competition.

  • LAHS Athletics: Blair, Delano garner Clendenen Awards

    A pair of Los Alamos High School graduating student-athletes stood out among a big field of nominees for the school’s highest award.
    Graham Delano and Shannon Blair were the recipients of the 2011 Clendenen Student Athlete Award. The results were announced at the school’s Senior Athlete Award Ceremony Thursday night.
    Also Thursday, David Brock was honored with two awards, the James Edmund Stewart Scholarship and the Black Lion Award.
    The ceremony was held at the Duane W. Smith Auditorium.
    Blair, a soccer standout at Los Alamos, and Delano, a two-sport athlete this year, were selected out of a total of 19 nominees for the award.