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Today's Sports

  • LAHS Athletics: Blair, Delano...

    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.

  • Sports update 05-29-11

    Soccer camp starts June 6

    The Los Alamos Hillltopper boys soccer program will hold its annual soccer camp starting June 6.
    Deadline for registration for the first session is Monday.
    The camp is for boys and girls ages 3-9. Session one will be at Urban Park and session two at Rover Park.
    Price for participation is $35 for one session, $50 for both. The first session will run from June 6-10. Session two will be from June 20-24.
    For  more information, visit www.laschools.net/athletics or call Marsha Parker at 672-1558.

    Cross country meeting set

    The Los Alamos Hilltopper boys and girls cross country team will hold a meeting June 8 at Los Alamos Middle School.

  • Sports letter 05-29-11

    Sod sale was a big success
    The Sullivan Field sod sale was a success. The athletic department raised over $18,000 in 2-1/2 days that will be used for equipment and supplies. The money will be used for both the middle school and high school athletic programs.
    The success of the sale is due to all the volunteers, coaches and athletes who donated their time to roll and load sod on pallets. The success is also because of the community who waited patiently in line to buy the sod.  The donations that were given for the sod will help our athletic programs and the high school and middle school continue to be one of the top programs in the state.

  • Baseball: Lobos upend Utes, will...

    SAN DIEGO, Calif. — The University of New Mexico Lobo baseball team beat Utah 6-5 Thursday night and is one win away from the 2011 Mountain West Conference Championship and the automatic bid that would return UNM to the NCAA postseason.
    The Lobos, who struggled throughout the year in finding ways to win close games, picked up their third straight one-run, upset victory in the MWC tourney. The sixth-seeded Lobos have knocked off No. 3 BYU 5-4, No. 1 TCU 4-3 and No. 2 Utah by a single tally.
    Jacob Nelson, who was the hero of Tuesday’s win over BYU, muscled a two-strike single through the infield on the right side to score DJ Peterson for what would become the game-winning run.

  • Running: Weeks is the best Pace...

    Bob Weeks was the top predictor at this week’s Pace Race.
    The Pace Race, a weekly event sponsored by the Atomic City Roadrunners, was held Tuesday at Piñon Park. Tuesday’s race featured a staggered start, where slower predictors started ahead of faster predictors.
    Weeks, on the 1-mile course, missed his prediction by just two seconds. Weeks needed the good prediction, however, as Jackie Marr (three seconds), Ted Romero (three seconds) and Daren Jones (four seconds) were immediately behind him.
    The next Pace Race will be Tuesday. That race will start at the roundabout on Diamond Drive.
    For more information about the next race, call 662-2856. For information about the Atomic City Roadrunners, visit www.atomicrunners.com.

  • Fishing report 05-27-11

    Northwest

    Animas River: The flow is 738 cfs. Fishing is reported as fair for brown and rainbow trout. Recent rains and snow melt will affect water clarity. Fly anglers are having good success with bead-headed pheasant tails, prince nymphs and copper john’s all size 14-16. Worms, salmon eggs and Panther Martins are also working. The river was stocked with 175 triploid rainbow trout two weeks ago.

  • Football: LA prepares for...

    There is a lot of work to be done before fall rolls around and the Los Alamos Hilltopper football program isn’t wasting any time in getting at it.
    And while getting prepped for the 2011 football season is first priority, setting the groundwork for years to come is also at the top of the to-do list.
    Los Alamos is wrapping up its second week of spring workouts this week, hoping the extra work will pay off this season.
    Teams around New Mexico have the opportunity this season to hold spring workouts. The New Mexico Activities Association, which governs most interscholastic sports at the middle school and high school levels, approved spring workouts early this year in order for teams to get a jump on mandatory practice, which will start Aug. 1.

  • LAHS athletics: Delano, Blair...

    Shannon Blair and Graham Delano were named the 2011 recipients of the Clendenen Student Athlete Award.
    The two Los Alamos High School graduating seniors were named this year's award winners at a ceremony Thursday night at the Duane Smith Auditorium.
    Delano and Blair were selected for the honor among 19 total male and female student-athletes nominated.
    See Sunday's Monitor for more information.

  • State Notes 05-26-11

    Lobos stun Horned Frogs in MWC second round

  • Fencing: LA club sends 5 to...

    Jack Stafurik was the top local epeeist at the Santa Fe Challenge fencing tournament.
    The tournament was hosted earlier this month by Santa Fe Prep school and attracted some of the top fencers from New Mexico and neighboring states. The Los Alamos Fencing club sent five of its top fencers to the event.
    Stafurik was 14th out of 28 fencers in the senior mixed epee division, beating out LAFC’s coach, Tom Hill, who finished 20th.
    Stafurik also finished sixth in the veteran combined epee.
    Other competitors from LAFC were Nicolas Voss, Mark Gulley and William Gulley.
    Hill said the tournament was a good experience for the younger fencers in the group, particularly Mark Gulley in the Class D and under mixed epee.