Sports & Rec

Carrie Tingley Hospital Foundation’s Not-So-Muddy Grass Volleyball Tournament Set For July 30

CTHF News:

After a long hiatus due to the pandemic, the Carrie Tingley Hospital Foundation (CTHF) is moving their popular volleyball-based fundraiser to grass from mud in their inaugural “Not-So-Muddy Grass Volleyball Tournament” scheduled for July 30 at Balloon Fiesta Park in Albuquerque.

The idea for a grass volleyball tournament came about when the traditional site of the Mudd Volleyball Tournament was unavailable.

The “Not-So-Muddy” tournament will take place on the large grassy field of Balloon Fiesta Park where forty courts will be set up.

The tournament is 6-on-6 Round Robin in Read More

Y Hosts Free Community ‘Boot Camp’

Courtesy/YMCA

YMCA News: ‘Boot Camp’

The Family YMCA is hosting free “boot camp” workouts on the first and third Friday of each month starting in July through Sept. 16, at Urban Park. 

The Y’s Fitness Coordinator Ethan Corriss will lead the workouts for Y and community members. He said each session is not quite military style because participants may choose how hard they would like to be pushed, as well as a goal that they would like to work towards that day.

Corriss has a background in plyometric and circuit training as a group instructor.

“Each class will be a little different and may include team Read More

Los Alamos High School Hosts Summer PE Classes

A firefighter challenge with the local fire dept. is one of the many activities being offered at the summer physical education classes at Los Alamos High School. Courtesy/LAHS

Rock climbing is one of the many activities being offered at the summer physical education classes at Los Alamos High School. Courtesy/LAHS

LAHS News:

After a two-year hiatus, students are once again participating in summer physical education classes at Los Alamos High School (LAHS).

Participants earn .5 credit and a grade on their transcript for completing a three-week session. Those who complete both sessions fulfill Read More

Two Lady Hilltopper Wrestlers Represent State Of New Mexico At Turf Wars In Farmington, Utah

Gala Nelson, left, and Claire Bullock represented the LAHS Lady Hilltopper Wrestling Team and the state of New Mexico at the Turf Wars in Farmington, Utah. Courtesy Photo 

SPORTS News:

Two members of the Los Alamos High School Lady Hilltopper Wrestling team earned the opportunity to represent the state of New Mexico this past week at Turf Wars in Farmington, Utah.

“Both Gala Nelson and Claire Bullock learned a lot from the experience,” Coach Emily Tew said. “It was a tough competition, but they conducted themselves well and the coaching staff looks forward to the future of these two motivated

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Weekly Fishing Report: June 24, 2022

By GEORGE MORSE
Sports and Outdoors
Los Alamos Daily Post

Opportunities and destinations for New Mexico anglers to cast their lines will improve significantly today, June 24 with the announcement that Santa Fe National Forest, Cibola National Forest and Lincoln National Forest have reopened to all outdoor activities.

Carson National Forest will reopen with areas still being impacted by wildfires remaining closed.

In addition, Fenton Lake State Park will open for fishing Friday and for camping Monday, June 27 after being closed. Cimarron Canyon State Park also reopened today. The closures Read More

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