.....Advertisement.....
.....Advertisement.....

Today's Sports

  • Girls basketball: LA holds off...

    ESPAÑOLA — On a wild night, the Los Alamos Hilltopper girls varsity basketball team escaped with a win.In a back-and-forth contest filled with fouls, turnovers and 3-pointers launched from all angles, Los Alamos picked up a big road win, knocking off the Española Valley Sundevils 55-51 at Edward Medina Gymnasium Friday night.The Sundevils, who have been struggling for the past two seasons under a slow rebuilding process, gave the Hilltoppers all they could handle, taking over the lead twice in the fourth quarter and never letting the ’Top

  • Swimming and diving: Girls win...

    The Los Alamos Hilltopper girls swimming team earned its most lopsided victory of the season Saturday, blasting the competition at the Farmington Invitational.With 34 swimmers taking part in the event, the Hilltoppers dismantled the field, earning a nearly triple-digit victory.

  • Wrestling: LA has another good...

    The Los Alamos Hilltopper wrestling team grabbed a pair of team wins this weekend, facing off against six teams at the Duals in the Desert Invitational.Los Alamos topped both Roswell and Ruidoso Saturday, plus earned a 24-24 tie with Bataan Military Academy Friday at the two-day event, held in Deming.

  • Boys basketball: Topper,...

    Nearly 200 people were on-hand to purchase the hottest tickets in Los Alamos Saturday.Fans started lining up around 11 a.m. in front of Griffith Gymnasium to buy tickets to Saturday night’s Los Alamos-Española Valley boys basketball game, which was won by Española Valley.Los Alamos High School athletic director Vicki Nelms said the school had 2,000 tickets for sale.

  • Boys basketball: Sundevils win...

    Now that the packed stands and the packed parking lots around Griffith Gymnasium are empty, the Los Alamos Hilltopper boys varsity basketball team will have room to think.The Hilltoppers’ thoughts, as they ponder the rematch Feb.

  • Sports Schedule

    Today

    Boys basketball: LAMS at Capshaw, seventh-grade 4 p.m., eighth-grade 5:30 p.m.

     

    Friday

    Wrestling: Los Alamos at Deming Duals in the Desert, 10 a.m.

     

    Diving: Los Alamos at Farmington Invite, 4 p.m.

     

    Girls basketball: Los Alamos at Española Valley, C-Team 4 p.m., JV 5:30 p.m., varsity 7 p.m.

     

  • Boys basketball: LA hits 33 free...

    TAOS — Following Wednesday’s game, the free throw lines on the floor at Taos may have to be repainted.In its District 2AAAA opener, the Los Alamos Hilltopper boys varsity basketball team shot a whopping 48 foul shots, thanks to 29 fouls by the Taos Tigers.The Tigers wanted to take the Hilltoppers out of their offensive sets with hard fouls in the paint, most of them landing on the person of Alex Kirk.But Kirk and the rest of the Hilltopper squad were up to the challenge Wednesday, nailing 33 of those 48 attempts en route to a big 70-50 win o

  • Sports Update

    LAHS not selling advance tickets for Saturday

  • Girls basketball: Toppers thump...

    In retrospect, Los Alamos girls basketball head coach Gerry Washburn might have seen what happened in the second quarter coming.“From the get-go, we set up a play off the tip,” Washburn said. “We didn’t run it. We just threw the ball when we ‘d see someone open.”After several failed attempts to run the floor Saturday against the St.

  • Boys basketball: LA opens 2AAAA...

    The solution to winning the District 2AAAA boys basketball race this season could come down to a very simple equation.“The district champ’s got to hold home court,” Los Alamos Hilltopper head coach Alan Kirk said.Taos will have a crack to see if it can hold its home court Wednesday when it hosts the Hilltoppers in the 2AAAA opener for both schools.Winning the district, as usual, won’t be easy.