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  • Golf: NNMSMGA wraps up its 2010 season at LAGC Wednesday

    Local golfer Bruce Norman finished just two strokes behind the leader at Wednesday’s Northern New Mexico Senior Men’s Golf Association tournament.
    Wednesday’s tournament, hosted by Los Alamos Golf Course, was the final regular season tournament for the NNMSMGA. Its season championship tournament is scheduled for later this month.
    Norman shot a 78 in the championship flight, two shots behind Santa Fe’s Robert Schneider, who took top honors in the flight.

  • Sports Update 09-16-10

    Former LA runner McNiff earns RMAC weekly honor for ASC

    Former Los Alamos standout runner Ryan McNiff was named the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Men’s Runner of the Week.
    McNiff, a senior at Adams State College, was the first runner of 2010 to earn the RMAC honor.
    At last week’s Joe I. Vigil Invitational, McNiff won the men’s 8K race in a time of 24 minutes, 34 seconds, a personal best for him at the Grizzlies’ home course, Cattails Golf Course in Alamosa, Colo.

  • Girls soccer: LA can’t get much going against Rams

    The Los Alamos Hilltopper girls soccer team always tries to schedule as many tough contests as it can during its nondistrict season trying to learn as much about itself and its potential weaknesses prior to district and the postseason.
    But even if it didn’t have that benefit in 2010, it wouldn’t be that hard to see where it will need to improve.

  • Volleyball: Toppers pick up sweep at St. Mike’s

    SANTA FE — Did the Los Alamos Hilltopper volleyball team finally find an identity?
    It may have, but it took some sifting to secure it.
    Following a disastrous opening set against Deming at Roswell’s Zia Classic this weekend, the team had a bit of bloodletting.
    “We healed a lot of wounds at Roswell,” Los Alamos head coach Garry Maskaly said. “We struggled through some issues, but I think those have been resolved. There was a big turning point at Roswell against Deming.”

  • Sports Update 09-15-10

    McCloskey ties for 30th at NM Senior Open

  • Girls soccer:LA falls to La Cueva on road

    Like its last trip to the Albuquerque metro area for a game against a tough Class 5A squad, the Los Alamos Hilltopper girls soccer team lost the contest 5-1.
    Tuesday, the Hilltoppers took on the La Cueva Bears, the No. 4 squad in Class 5A according to the most recent NMSoccer.com coaches’ poll.
    Los Alamos, which entered Tuesday’s game having lost two of three contests this weekend at Albuquerque Academy’s Invitational tournament, took another big loss to a tough big school. It fell by the same score Sept. 2 on the road at Rio Rancho.

  • Boys soccer: LA topped by La Cueva, 4-0

    The Los Alamos Hilltopper boys soccer team was routed at home by the La Cueva Bears Tuesday.
    The Bears, an elite squad from Class 5A, knocked off the Hilltoppers 4-0 at Sullivan Field.
    La Cueva (7-0) is the top-ranked club in Class 5A this week and is the defending Class 5A champion two years running.

  • Cross country: Results from Saturday’s UNM Invite

    The Los Alamos Hilltopper girls cross country team passed its first test of the 2010 season with flying colors.
    The Hilltoppers knocked off the rest of the 26-team field at Saturday’s University of New Mexico Invitational. The Hilltoppers finished the race with 102 team points, 10 fewer than runner-up La Cueva to take top honors in their first outing of the season.

  • Boys soccer: LA grabs first Cernicek title since 2004

    It’s been a long time coming.
    For the first time since 2004, the Los Alamos Hilltopper boys soccer team is the champion of the Louie Cernicek Invitational Tournament.
    The Hilltoppers survived many a scare in the first half of Saturday night’s championship game at Sullivan Field to top the Belen Eagles. The Hilltoppers scored a pair of goals midway through the second half and rolled to a 3-1 victory.

  • Football: Toppers thumped by 3rd-ranked Aztec

    Friday night, the Aztec Tigers showed why they’re the third-ranked team in the state of New Mexico and no one had a better view than the Los Alamos Hilltoppers.
    The Hilltopper football team struggled to slow down one of the most prolific offenses in the state and never got much going when it had the ball Friday at Sullivan Field. The Tigers scored five times in the first half and closed out the game with 7:48 remaining, grabbing an impressive 52-0 victory over the Hilltoppers.