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Today's Sports

  • Running: Glass wins pace race

    George Glass was the top predictor at the Atomic City Roadrunners’ pace race this week.The pace race was held Tuesday at Cañada del Buey Trail in White Rock. In all, 14 walkers and runners participated in this week’s race.Glass, racing on the 1-mile course, finished with an adjusted prediction error of 33 seconds.

  • Club soccer: Red Star wins...

    The Classic FC Red Star boys club soccer team, based in Albuquerque, won the 2008 Spring Far West Regional League title last weekend.The U17 Red Star squad, which includes Los Alamos Hilltopper athletes Will Schoonover and Jason Reagor, won two of three games in the regional final round, played at San Juan Capistrano, Calif.At the regional event, Red Star opened with a 2-2 deadlock against OSC Rage (Anaheim, Calif.).

  • Golf: This week's NNMSMGA...

    John Hains of Los Alamos won the third flight of the Northern New Mexico Senior Men’s Golf Association tournament last week.Hains’ round of 88 was four strokes better than Santa Fe’s Hardy Pearson in the third flight of the April 10 tournament, held at the University of New Mexico Championship Course.Also in the third flight, Los Alamos’ Don Rokop was the fourth low net, finishing with a 72.Bob Kaiser of Las Cruces won the tournament’s championship flight, shooting an 80, two shots ahead of Henry Hodde, who won the previous

  • Tennis: Topper teams knock off...

    While most coaches would think Bruce Cottrell is in an enviable position, Cottrell would beg to differ.With just four days to finalize his lineup for the postseason, Cottrell is scratching his head about a couple of his Hilltopper girls tennis players.

  • Sports Update

    LA to host Española Valley in tennis FridayPart of the pre-district tennis tournament has been rescheduled to be played at Los Alamos Friday.Los Alamos’ Hilltopper teams will host the Española Valley Sundevils at home Friday. That dual contest will start at 3:30 p.m.On Saturday, Los Alamos will meet Capital and Taos in duals contests at Capital.

  • Track and field: LA's...

    Here are the results from Monday’s Marilyn Sepulveda Invitational meet (athletes are from Los Alamos unless otherwise indicated):

  • Baseball/softball: Topper teams...

    The Los Alamos Hilltopper baseball team upped its District 2AAAA record to 3-1 with a win over the Capital Jaguars Wednesday.The Hilltoppers knocked off the struggling Jaguars 17-7 at Bomber Field Wednesday, bouncing back from a disappointing nightcap against the Española Valley Sundevils over the weekend.It was Los Alamos’ second win by 10 runs during 2AAAA play, and t

  • Track and field: Hilltoppers win...

    The weather was cold, windy, at times snowy and miserable from start to finish.In other words, it was just another April home meet for the Los Alamos Hilltopper track and field teams.Los Alamos’ boys and girls made their first home appearance of the season Friday, hosting the Los Alamos Quadrangular meet. The two teams were ungracious hosts to their visitors, trouncing all three in team competition.The Hilltopper girls finished with 206 points, winning 12 of the 19 events Friday at Sullivan Field.

  • Softball: Toppers blanked in...

    ESPAÑOLA — Only three games into the District 2AAAA season and already the Los Alamos Hilltopper softball team has a deep hole to climb out of.The Hilltoppers dropped both ends of a big early district season doubleheader Saturday to the Española Valley Sundevils.The Sundevils, the defending district champs and considered the team to beat in 2AAAA this season blanked the Hilltoppers twice Saturday, winning 9-0 in the opener and 10-0 in the nightcap.The two games were quick affairs, getting over before the concurrent first game of the

  • Baseball: LA splits twinbill at...

    ESPAÑOLA — Talk about a pressure situation.In game one of a District 2AAAA doubleheader Saturday, the Los Alamos Hilltoppers called on sophomore Scott Berkebile to get them out of a jam.Berkebile, who is in his first season with the squad after moving to Los Alamos from Canyon Creek, Ariz., was handed the ball in relief of Jeremy Kasik in the bottom of the fifth of a crucial game.But the young pitcher was more than up to the challenge.