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  • 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.

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  • Durant comes up big late as...

    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Kevin Durant delivered the fourth quarter LeBron James never could last year.
    So forget those NBA Finals jitters at the start. Durant and the young Thunder showed they have already figured out how to finish.
    Durant scored 17 of his 36 points in another nightmarish final period for James and his team, leading a Thunder storm that overwhelmed the Heat and gave Oklahoma City a 105-94 victory over Miami in Game 1.
    Teaming with Russell Westbrook to outscore the Heat in the second half by themselves, Durant struck first in his head-to-head matchup with James, who had seven points in the final quarter and was helpless to stop the league’s three-time scoring champion.

  • State Notes 06-13-12

    UNM hoops promotes Adams, Snow

  • Tour de LA returns for 40th...

    Sunday, the oldest bike race in the southwest will get a little older.
    The Tour de Los Alamos is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year and it could be celebrating with a big turnout.
    Tour organizers are anticipating somewhere close to 200 riders for Sunday’s race, which includes eight separate competition categories. The race, which started in 1973, is well known throughout the region but owes much of its success to the Los Alamos biking community.
    “It’s very traditional and we’re very lucky to be able to use the traditional route,” race official Dave Zerkle said. “The backbone of this race has always been the locals. They make this thing click.”

  • Results from Hershey’s track meet

    Here are the results from the local Hershey’s Track and Field meet. Finishing marks were not given.

    Girls 9-10

    Standing long jump
    1. Celeste Chandler
    2. Michaela Gonzales
    3. Neha Sadasivan

    Softball throw
    1. Terri Jaramillo
    2. Jenna Harris
    3. Kaitlin Remde

    50 meters
    1. Avery Koski
    2. Celeste Chandler
    3. Jenna Harris

    100 meters
    1. Avery Koski
    2. Jenna Harris
    3. Michaela Gonzales

    400 meters
    1. Michaela Gonzales

    Boys 9-10

    Softball throw
    1. D’Angelo Gonzales
    2. James Gutierrez
    3. Isaiah Maestas

  • Cross country practice starts...

    The Los Alamos High School cross country program will start summer practices this week and the Los Alamos Middle School’s cross country program will begin the following week.
    Practice for LAHS’ program starts Wednesday. The first practice is at 6 p.m. at Sullivan Field. Practice for LAMS will start 6 p.m. June 20 at Sullivan Field.
    Anyone interested in competing during the fall season is encouraged to attend.

  • Topes Notes 06-12-12

    Isotopes win 4th straight

  • Nadal picks up 7th French Open...

    PARIS (AP) — Rafael Nadal was worried.
    A guy so unflinching, so nearly unbeatable, while sliding and grinding and pounding his way past opponent after opponent at the French Open, got a real case of nerves during the 18 hours he and Novak Djokovic waited for the restart of their rain-interrupted final at Roland Garros.
    Instead of focusing on how close he was to winning a record seventh French Open championship, Nadal grew increasingly wary of the other possible outcome: a loss in a fourth consecutive Grand Slam final against Djokovic, who was trying to become the first man since 1969 to collect four straight major titles.