The 2016 Los Alamos Senior Olympic Games concluded May 13. Thirty-six athletes participated and qualified for the State Games in Roswell, which will be held July 13-16.
Twenty-one men and 15 women ranging in age from 50-85 participated in 18 local events from air gun to track, and dance, horseshoes, huachas, frisbee throw, table tennis and bowling.
Don Dudziak won four air gun events in the 80-84 division, including rifle and pistol standing and supported. His best score was a 321/400 on the pistol supported.
Thomas Schroeder won the rifle supported event in the 65-69 division with a 68.
Ann ReVelle and Susan Krohn also competed in the rifle supported event. ReVelle scored a 321 to win the 65-69 division and Krohn scored a 16 to win the 70-74 division.
Abel Castillo sunk 11-of-15 free throws and 3-of-6 3-pointers to place first in the 55-59 division.
Bowlers Carmen Gill (70-74), Robert Gill (70-74), Ted Williams (65-69) and Cy Jakubowski (70-74) all qaulified.
Goodwin and Jaramillo (70-plus) and Hiko and Hiko (50-69) competed in the Waltz, the Cha Cha Cha, the Rumba, the Jitterbug and the West Coast Swing. They scored over 60 of the possible 70 points in each dance. Goodwin and Jaramillo also did the Tango and Hiko and Hiko also did the Night Club two-step.