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Today's Sports

  • LA closes Capital out early at...

    The Los Alamos Hilltopper girls soccer team needed just 55 minutes and 13 seconds to finish the first half of the District 2-4A season with a spotless record Saturday.
    The Hilltoppers scored five goals in each half to trample the Capital Jaguars 10-0 at Sullivan Field.
    Both Amy Neal and Leslie Guarello finished with hat tricks in Saturday’s contest. Neal and Guarello both scored two goals in the first half and Neal closed out the contest with a goal off an assist from Megan Kober.
    Los Alamos is seeking its fifth straight district championship this season. Through the first three district contests, Los Alamos has outscored Bernalillo, Santa Fe and Capital by a combined 18-0.

  • Girls are 3rd, boys 4th in...

    The Los Alamos Hilltopper girls cross country team finished third in the Milesplit Sweepstakes race at the Desert Twilight Festival, while the Hilltopper boys were fourth in the Sole Sports Boys Sweepstakes.
    The Desert Twilight Festival, a region-wide cross country meet, was Friday night in Phoenix, Ariz. The event, which included some of the top racers in the southwest, was held on the same course that will be used for the Nike Cross National regional qualifying meet following the prep regular season.
    The Hilltopper girls finished with 148 points to take the third-place finish. They were paced by Jennifer Mooday, who cracked the top 10 on the 3.1-mile course with her time of 18:37.

  • 'Toppers pull off...

    Two weeks ago against the Bloomfield Bobcats, the Los Alamos Hilltopper football team looked like it might be ready to turn a corner.

    After a better-than-expected showing against Belen a week after that, the Hilltoppers got a big shot of confidence.

    But even with those solid performances, few could’ve predicted what happened Friday night in the Hilltoppers’ Homecoming contest.

    Los Alamos, going up against the No. 4-ranked team in Class 3A, the Albuquerque Academy Chargers, scored three unanswered touchdowns in the first half and held the Chargers, one of the top-rushing teams in the state, without an offensive touchdown for a 36-20 upset win at Sullivan Field.

  • Roundup: Friday's Prep...

     

    PREP FOOTBALL

    Alamogordo 50, Hobbs 21

    Animas 8, Carrizozo 0

    Bernalillo 31, Piedra Vista 28

    Bloomfield 44, Capital 13

    Carlsbad 55, Albuquerque High 0

    Clovis Christian 55, Vaughn 0

    Crownpoint 44, Zuni 43

    Deming 51, Cobre 0

    Dulce 32, McCurdy 18

    Eunice 60, Tucumcari 30

    Gallup 27, Kirtland Central 21, OT

    Gateway Christian 52, Menaul 0

    Goddard 29, Clovis 28

    Hot Springs 39, Mesilla Valley Christian 35

    Laguna-Acoma 55, Cuba 0

    Las Cruces 24, Artesia 20

  • Hilltoppers upend Chargers in...

    The front line of the Los Alamos Hilltopper football team outmuscled the Albuquerque Academy Chargers Friday night en route to an upset win for Homecoming.

    Los Alamos fullback Arnoldo Oritz rushed for 200 yards and scored a touchdown as the Hilltoppers tripped up the favored Chargers 36-20 at Sullivan Field.

    The Hilltoppers scored three unanswered touchdowns in the first half after the Chargers returned an errant lateral pass for a touchdown on the Hilltoppers’ first possession.

    But Los Alamos used some big plays throughout the contest, including runs of 24, 33 and 35 yards by Ortiz and a 50-yard touchdown pass from Danny Finn to Cory Geyer in the first quarter.

  • 'Toppers face tough test on...

    Unlike most other teams, the Los Alamos Hilltopper football team won’t be coming home to an easy victory.
    For the 2011 Homecoming game, the Hilltoppers will take on a very tough Albuquerque Academy Chargers’ squad. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.

    Tonight’s game is also the finale of Los Alamos’ non-district season. It hosts Bernalillo next week in its first District 2-4A contest.

    While getting a victory for Homecoming is always nice, Los Alamos is far more concerned right now about preparing for the district season.

    It will, however, be going into the game with some momentum.

  • Fishing Report 09-30-11

    Northwest

     

    Animas River: The flow is 175 cfs. The river continues to fish fair to good for trout using various bead-headed nymphs, spinners and worms.

  • Phoenix Running

    Hilltoppers Miranda Barraza (foreground) and Janali Gustafson head to the finish line of the Albuquerque Academy Invitational last week.

    Los Alamos’ boys and girls are competing in the Twilight Festival meet in Phoenix tonight. The meet takes place on the same course as the Nike Cross Nationals regional meet. Several top regional teams are expected to compete at tonight’s race.

  • Marr wins Pace Race

    Jackie Marr had a spotless prediction at this week’s Atomic City Roadrunners’ Pace Race.
    The Atomic City Roadrunners’ Pace Race was Tuesday in Pajarito Acres, run on paved roads.
    Marr, running on the 1-mile course, just beat out Karen Thorn, who was only off her predicted time by two seconds on the 2.8-mile course, and David Kratzer, who was just 10 seconds off.
    On the long course, Jamie Jablin finished in a time of 18 minutes, 11 seconds. Laura McClellan was the fastest female finisher on the long course with her time of 20:49.
    On the 1-mile course, Hannah and Norald Gartz tied for the fastest finish, both coming in at 9:16.
    The next Pace Race is 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Canyon Rim Trail. For more information, call 672-1639.

  • Results from Senior Men's...

    Here are the results from the Northern New Mexico Senior Men’s Golf Association championship tournament, held Tuesday and Wednesday at Sandia Golf Club in Albuquerque.

    Overall low gross
    Rob Schneider, Santa Fe, 156.

    Overall low net
    Phil Allen, Gallup, 130.

    Championship flight

    First low gross
    Bob Sherman, Santa Fe, 157.

    Second low gross
    Dean Boice, Alamosa, Colo., 161.

    First low net
    Larry Minarsich, Bernalillo, 144.

    First flight

    First low gross
    Jerry McKee, Pagosa Springs, Colo., 164.

    Second low gross
    Robert Frank, Santa Fe, 166.

    First low net