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  • Thompson has best prediction

    Richard Thompson III had the best prediction of the week at the Atomic City Roadrunners’ Pace Race Tuesday night.
    Thompson, on the 1-mile course, finished the Pace Race with an adjusted error of 12 seconds, finishing three seconds ahead of John Rees, the best predictor on the 3-mile course.
    This week’s race was run on Powerline Road, just south of White Rock. In all, 34 participants took part.
    Except for Thompson, all the top predictions came from the long course runners. Isolina Viloria was off by 18 seconds and Alexander Romero was off by 19 seconds.
    Romero was the fastest finisher on the 3-mile course with his time of 21 minutes, 33 seconds. Nikol Strother was the fastest finisher on the 1-mile course (8:09).

  • Bandelier goes into Stage II...

    Bandelier National Monument has gone into Stage II fire restrictions starting today.
    Stage II restrictions include barring the use of campfires, charcoal fires and puts a damper on smoking in areas other than those specifically designated around the monument.
    Moving up to Stage II restrictions came as little surprise considering recent hot, dry weather and fire potential in and around the Jemez Mountains.

  • Miami escapes with 100-96 win...

    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — LeBron James had received plenty of help from Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, and now he had to finish it on his own.

    With what Wade called the loudest crowd he'd ever heard booing, certain James had just fouled Kevin Durant, the league's MVP walked to the free throw line with 7.1 seconds left and the Miami Heat's huge lead down to two points.

    The guy who has endured too many fourth-quarter failures wasn't letting another NBA Finals game get away.

  • Fishing Report 06-15-12

    Catches of the Week

     

    Rio Grande: June 5, Kenneth Hall of Los Lunas caught a 21-inch, 5-pound walleye. He was fishing the river below Elephant Butte and using a Johnson silver minnow with a pearl minnow trailer.

    Clayton Lake: June 6, Mikey Montoya of Clayton caught a 6.5-pound walleye and on June 9 caught a 9-pound walleye. He was using a spinner.

    Conchas Lake: June 7, Jon Corn of Roswell caught two 10-pound catfish. He was using stink bait.

  • Training Days

    Competitors kick toward the finish line of the running leg at the 2011 Los Alamos Triathlon. The Los Alamos Triatomics multi-sport club will host the first Splash ‘n’ Dash of the year June 27. The Splash ‘n’ Dash is for participants wanting to prepare for the Los Alamos Triathlon in mid August. Registration for the Splash ‘n’ Dash is limited to 75 participants. Visit triatomics.org for more information.

  • Topes Notes 06-14-12

    Round Rock takes series finale over Albuquerque

  • Black will host PE courses for...

    For those kids who need to get off the couch this summer, they can do so with Justin Black next week.
    This summer, Black, a physical education teacher, will be hosting summer school PE This course isn’t for those who need to improve their grade, but for those that might want to sharpen skills, learn something new or just spend more time in physical education.
    There will be plenty to do and to learn during the PE course.
    “Any student that has an interest in improving their skills in throwing, catching and kicking with different size balls, dodging tag, speed stacks, (Dance Dance Revolution), Xbox 360 with Kinect, tumbling, log rolls, and somersaults,” Black said.

  • Armstrong faces more doping...

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Lance Armstrong is facing more doping allegations just a few months after he thought he had finally put them to rest.

    Although federal investigators in February closed a two-year investigation without bringing criminal charges, the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency has filed new doping charges that could strip the seven-time Tour de France winner of his victories in cycling's premier race.

    Armstrong insists he is innocent.

  • Cain throws first perfect game...

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Matt Cain and his wife, Chelsea, returned to the field an hour and a half later for a few more perfect memories. They snapped photos on the mound, posing with the workers who tore it down so the dirt could be sent to the Hall of Fame.

    Then they walked away hand in hand, stopping in left field for an embrace and long kiss.

    The Giants franchise waited a long time for a perfect game, and Cain became the one to finally do it. Not Hall of Famers Christy Mathewson or Juan Marichal or Gaylord Perry before him.

    Fittingly, Cain is the longest-tenured Giant these days.

  • US Anti-Doping Agency Charges...