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Today's Sports

  • Labor woes continue to cast long...

    DALLAS (AP) — Roger Goodell recognized the questioner, even kidded him.
    Chad Ochocinco was in no joking mood.
    The Bengals receiver, reporting for his own OCNN network, stood up at Goodell’s annual Super Bowl news conference Friday and asked the NFL commissioner how close the league and players union were to a new contract that would avoid a potential lockout.

  • Sports update 02-06-11

    LAHS track and field season starts Monday

    The Los Alamos High School track and field teams will hold their first official workouts of the season Monday.
    Athletes interested in participating this season should attend Monday’s meeting in Auxiliary Gymnasium at 3:30 p.m. Distance runners will also meet at 6:15 a.m. Monday in Auxiliary Gym.
    For more information, e-mail Rob Hipwood at r.hipwood@laschools.net or Paul Anderson at p.anderson@laschools.net.

    LALL to hold preseason meeting Wednesday

  • LAHS athletics: Boys, girls...

    It didn’t take long for Los Alamos High School to reschedule the two basketball games that were postponed Friday.
    LAHS announced Friday afternoon that the two games it had scheduled against Bernalillo this weekend that were nixed due to the state of emergency declared Thursday by Gov. Susana Martinez’s office have been rescheduled for Monday.
    Los Alamos’ girls basketball team was scheduled to host Bernalillo Friday night while Los Alamos’ boys were to travel to Bernalillo Saturday. The venues of both meetings will stay the same.

  • Super Bowl hair: He could-grow-...

    DALLAS — Vince Lombardi surely would’ve loved to have Clay Matthews or Troy Polamalu on those great Packers teams of the 1960s.
    Their hair? Uhhh, that might’ve been a problem.
    At a Super Bowl where there’s been nearly as much focus on shampoos and conditioners as zone blitzes and passing schemes, one of Lombardi’s former players huffed at all the attention going to all that hair, from Polamalu’s out-of-control curls to Matthews’ stringy locks.

  • Men's basketball: NMSU...

    FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — Kevin Olekaibe scored 24 points and Greg Smith added 17 as Fresno State defeated New Mexico State 88-83 in overtime on Thursday night to snap a six-game conference losing streak.
    Garrett Johnson also scored 17 points for Fresno State (9-12, 4-6 WAC), including a key 3-pointer in the final minute of regulation.
    Troy Gillenwater scored 33 points for New Mexico State (12-12, 6-4), and Tyrone Watson added 14 on 6-of-7 shooting from the field.

  • Steelers-Packers should be lots...

    I guess there’s some sort of football game going on this weekend.
    The folks over there in Dallas are calling it the “Super Bowl.” I’ve never heard of it, but I guess it’s a pretty big deal there in Big D. You know how wacky those Texans are about their football.

  • All sporting events postponed...

    The Los Alamos Public Schools’ athletic office announced this morning it was postponing all athletic activity for this weekend.
    Los Alamos had several events scheduled this weekend, including two District 2AAAA basketball games, a swimming meet on the road and a home wrestling tournament.
    Instead, Los Alamos and many schools around the state will have an unexpected weekend off.

  • LAHS athletics: Sports contests...

    Los Alamos Public Schools announced early this morning the athletic competitions for this weekend have been postponed.

    The effected events include swimming at Albuquerque, basketball here and at Bernalillo and the Bryan Sanchez Memorial wrestling tournament.

    The school said the basketball games will likely have to be rescheduled as they are District 2AAAA games. There was no word on the other events, but with swimming and wrestling soon to wrap up their seasons, it seems unlikely they will be rescheduled.

  • Signing up

    Los Alamos High School soccer standouts (l-r) Andy Thoma, Shelby Keffeler and Graham Delano all signed their National Letters of Intent Wednesday afternoon at a ceremony at LAHS. Thoma will play soccer for Creighton University, Keffeler for Adams State and Delano for Colorado Christian.

  • State Roundup 02-03-11

    Fire restrictions are lifted at The Pit