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Today's Sports

  • Prep scores 02-01-12

    Boys basketball

    Albuquerque 55, Rio Grande 42
    Cibola 59, Volcano Vista 30
    Deming 42, Chaparral 34
    Farmington 57, Aztec 50
    Gadsden 57, Alamogordo 43
    Goddard 74, Artesia 57
    Hobbs 86, Carlsbad 48
    Loving 49, NMMI 45
    Mayfield 43, Oñate 37
    Menaul 74, Desert Academy 18
    Mora 73, Monte del Sol 50
    Pecos 55, Peñasco 48
    Rehoboth 72, Navajo Prep 35
    Rio Rancho 59, Cleveland 55
    Roswell 93, Ruidoso 51
    Santa Teresa 52, Silver 38
    St. Michael’s 48, Hope 42
    St. Pius 43, Moriarty 42
    Valley 47, Highland 42

    Girls basketball

    Academy 39, Atrisco 27
    Artesia 61, Goddard 36

  • Junior 'A' team to...

    The Junior ‘A’ hockey club from Rio Rancho will be making an appearance at Los Alamos County Ice Rink this week.
    The New Mexico Renegades will host a Western States Hockey League contest Saturday at the ice rink. The Renegades will host the Cheyenne Stampede. Game time is scheduled for 5:30 p.m.
    The Renegades are made up of players born on or before 1991. The team includes players from all over the United States and some from as far away as eastern Europe.

  • Toppers run away from Dons, 65-41

    Putting together its biggest offensive night of the season, the Los Alamos Hilltopper boys basketball team ran away from the West Las Vegas Dons in the second half Tuesday.
    Nick Baker had one of the biggest nights of his career, throwing down 18 points in only about three quarters of work as the Hilltoppers pounded the Dons 65-41 at Griffith Gymnasium.
    Los Alamos scored 40 points in the second half, including a 19-point effort in the fourth quarter with its reserves playing the bulk of that time. Three Hilltoppers got into double-digits scoring while Franklin Archuleta had seven points in the third quarter after not making an appearance in the first half.

  • Super Bowl is a security...

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — From pickpockets and prostitutes to dirty bombs and exploding manhole covers, authorities are bracing for whatever threat the first Super Bowl in downtown Indianapolis might bring.

    Some — nuclear terrorism, for instance — are likely to remain just hypothetical. But others, like thieves and wayward manhole covers, are all too real.

    Though Indianapolis has ample experience hosting large sporting events — the Indianapolis 500 attracts more than 200,000 fans each year, and the NCAA's men's Final Four basketball tournament has been held here six times since 1980— the city's first Super Bowl poses some unique challenges.

  • Sports Update 01-31-12

    Rob and Kathy Hipwood inducted into state Hall of Fame

    Los Alamos Hilltopper coaches Rob and Kathy Hipwood were inducted into the New Mexico Track and Cross Country Coaches Association Hall of Fame this weekend.
    The Hipwoods, who are the most successful coaches in this history of New Mexico prep girls cross country, were inducted into the Hall of Fame at a ceremony Saturday.
    Under their tutelage, Los Alamos has won 13 state girls titles and three boys titles, including sweeping the boys and girls state championship races in 2011.

    Beginning fencing starts Feb. 7

  • Hilltoppers upend Ice Tigers

    The Los Alamos Hilltopper hockey team reclaimed the North Star Trophy by upsetting the Taos Ice Tigers Saturday.
    The Hilltoppers scored two unanswered goals in the third period to upend the Ice Tigers 5-3 at Taos. A pair of underclassmen, sophomore Tyler Thorn and freshman Hudson Davenhall tallied goals in the final period to lift the Hilltoppers to the win.
    Los Alamos and Taos are longstanding rivals in the New Mexico Interscholastic Ice Hockey League and play one another each year for the North Star Trophy.
    Davenhall, the leading scorer for the Hilltoppers this season, picked up his second hat trick of the year with his third-period goal, which came with just five seconds remaining in regulation. For the season, Davenhall has recorded 11 goals.

  • Marshall's 4 TD Catches...

    Miami Dolphins receiver Brandon Marshall caught six passes for 176 yards and a Pro Bowl-record four touchdowns and the AFC used a second-half surge to beat the NFC 59-41 Sunday.

  • Toward the Net

    Los Alamos’ Tanner Kennedy sends the puck toward the goal during Friday night’s game at Los Alamos County Ice Rink.

  • ´Toppers lose heartbreaker to...

    It was nearly a stunning upset. It was nearly a game that could’ve instantly reversed the Hilltoppers’ fortunes.
    Clawing back from an 11-point deficit at the half Friday night, Los Alamos’ boys basketball team dropped in 19 third quarter points, one of its most productive quarters of the season.
    But with 3.0 seconds remaining, Los Alamos star Nick Baker was whistled for a ticky-tack foul at the baseline. Capital Jaguar veteran Mikey Lopez hit two free throws and Daniel Salazar’s desperation 3-pointer from half court just sailed wide of the bucket as the Jaguars escaped Griffith Gymnasium with a 52-50 victory.

  • Sports Schedule Jan. 30-Feb. 4

    Tuesday

    Boys basketball: West Las Vegas at Los Alamos, C team, 4 p.m.; JV, 5:30 p.m.; varsity, 7 p.m.; LAMS at Taos, seventh grade, 4 p.m.; eighth grade, 5 p.m.

    Wednesday

    Boys basketball: LAMS at Pojoaque, seventh grade, 4 p.m.; eighth grade, 5 p.m.

    Friday

    Girls basketball: Los Alamos at Bernalillo, C team, 4 p.m.; JV, 5:30 p.m.; varsity, 7 p.m.

    Diving: Los Alamos at APS Invite, TBA.

    Saturday

    Wrestling: Bryan Sanchez Memorial Invitational, varsity, 9 a.m.

    Swimming and diving: Los Alamos at APS Invite, boys and girls, 8:30 a.m.