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  • State Notes 06-26-11

    UNM women’s football clinic set

    ALBUQUERQUE — The Lobo Football Women’s Clinic will be July 29 in Albuquerque.
    The clinic will be from 6:30-10 p.m. at the UNM Football Complex. Registration will continue between now and the event and walk-ups will be welcomed.
    The clinic is available for women of all ages and is designed to give an all encompassing look into the game of football.
    Price for participation is $40.
    For more information, call the Lobo football office at 505-925-5700.
    A $40 fee is required for all participants. Please call the Lobo Football Office to register at 505-925-5700. The clinic will accept walk-ups Friday evening.

    Aggies Nohara tops the nation in slugging percentage

  • Senior Olympics: Locals headed...

    Los Alamos’ senior athletes will send three representatives to the National Senior Games this month.
    The National Senior Games started June 16 and will continue through the remainder of the month in Houston. The Games include events in 19 athletic categories varying from golf to bowling to triathlon.
    Individuals making the trip to Houston from Los Alamos include Jackie Marr, Inez Ross and Ted Williams.
    To earn their way to nationals, athletes must qualify in both local and statewide events.
    Marr is one of the most accomplished senior swimmers in the country and has numerous records to back it up. This will be Marr’s final year in competing in her current age category, 65-69.

  • Basketball: Cavaliers take...

    NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — Kyrie Irving probably secured his spot atop the NBA draft when he went to Cleveland and beat his future coach in a shooting contest.
    Yet even surrounded by family and friends from his nearby hometown, Irving couldn’t relax Thursday.
    “When David Stern came up there and said that the Cleveland Cavaliers have five more minutes on the clock, that felt like the longest five minutes of my life,” Irving said.
    Imagine how Jimmer Fredette felt.
    The sweet-shooting NCAA player of the year had to wait 2½ hours from the time he was picked by Milwaukee to the time he officially became a member of the Sacramento Kings after being involved in the biggest trade of draft day.

  • Golf: Results from Junior...

    Here are the results from the Jr. PGA tournament hosted by Los Alamos Golf Course Wednesday:

    Boys 7-8 (9 holes)

    1. Alexander Moores, 51.

     

    Girls 7-8 (9 holes)

    1. Jessica Osden, 64.

     

    Boys 9-10 (9 holes)

    1. Nathan Smith, 43; 2. Ryan Vigil, 47; 3. Joshua Fambro, 49; 4. Hunter Swavely, 58; 5. Cameron Gonzales, 65.

     

    Girls 9-10 (9 holes)

    1. Miquela Martinez, 51; 2. Carissa Padilla, 55.

     

    Boys 11-12 (9 holes)

    1. Alejandro Armijo, 36; 2. Taton Yazzie, 45; 3. Tristan Gonzales, 47 (won scorecard playoff); 4. Lucas Sedillo, 47; 5. Marshall Spingler, 48; 6. Sean Rau, 54; 7. Mathew Ellis, 57.

     

  • Topes Notes 06-24-11

    RedHawk rally downs Isotopes

    The Oklahoma City RedHawks rallied for five runs off Isotopes reliever Travis Schlichting in the eighth inning as Albuquerque fell 8-6 at home.
    The RedHawks got five hits off Schlichting in the eighth. The Isotopes led 3-2 heading into the eighth.
    The two teams will finish off their four-game series tonight in Albuquerque.
    Tonight is also the finale of the Isotopes’ home stand. They will return home July 4.

  • Running: Romero has perfect...

    Ted Romero had a spotless prediction at this week’s Pace Race.
    The Pace Race, a weekly run hosted by the Atomic City Roadrunners, was Tuesday. This week’s race started and finished near Guaje Pines Cemetery.
    Romero, running on the 3-mile course Tuesday, correctly predicted his finish time of 22 minutes, 42 seconds at the race. He beat out Jackie Marr’s 3-second error and Bob Weeks’ 21-second error.
    The fastest runner on the 1-mile course was 11-year-old Ben Rees, who had a time of 6:47. Sofia Mamula, 9, was the fastest female finisher on the short course, earning a time of 10:58.
    On the long course, twin brothers Michael and Jamie Jablin both finished in 21:29. Amy Regan was the top female finisher with her time of 24:55.

  • Topes Notes 06-23-11

    RedHawks hold on for 5-4 win

  • Sports Update 06-23-11

    Splash N Dash starts June 29

    The first Splash N Dash of the season will take place June 29 starting at the Larry R. Walkup Aquatic Center.
    The Splash N Dash, a free event, is open to the public and is geared toward those training for the Los Alamos Triathlon. Registration for the event is limited to 75 participants.
    Interested participants may sign up at the aquatic center on the day of the event starting at 6:20 p.m. Participants may choose a 400-yard swim and 5K run or a 200-yard swim and 3K run.
    For more information, visit www.triatomics.org/splashndash.

    Firecracker 5K registration is open

  • Running: Wood qualifies for 2012...

    Heather Wood of Los Alamos finished 21st in the 2011 Grandma’s Marathon Saturday women’s race and in doing so qualified for the national Olympic Trials.
    Wood, 24, finished the marathon, held in Duluth, Minn., in 2 hours, 43 minutes, 53 seconds, a little over a minute better than the ‘B’ qualifying standard for the Olympic Trials.
    Wood was a former standout cross country and track and field runner at Los Alamos High School.
    She is the second former LAHS athlete to make a qualifying time in the past six weeks. Magdalena Sandoval-Donahue also qualified for the Olympic Trials in Eugene, Ore., May 1.
    Wood’s father, Blake, finished one second ahead of her at the race.

  • Baseball: Dodgers pick up late...

    The two top-seeded teams in the county’s Class AAA Little League tournament took each other on in the championship game with the Dodgers pulling out a late victory Wednesday night.
    The Giants led by as many as five runs in Wednesday’s game, played at Lou Caveglia Field on North Mesa, but the Dodgers scored six unanswered runs in the final two innings for the win.
    Logan Bishop’s sixth inning hit with the bases loaded gave the Dodgers a 8-7 come-from-behind victory over the Giants. Just an inning before, Jason Manzanares hit a bases-clearing triple to push three runs across and get the Dodgers back into the ballgame.