Sports & Rec
Erin Kirk gets a hit to drive in two runs. Photo by Alan Kirk
Alyssa Mojica gets one of her two hits driving in three runs. Photo by Alan Kirk
Monica Teter picthing on her way to striking out 17 batters. Photo by Alan Kirk
Emilee Jones sliding into second base. Photo by Alan Kirk
Danci Smith gets batting. Photo by Alan Kirk
Emilee Jones pitches shutout win. Photo by Alan Kirk
Alyssa Mojica crosses home plate after homerun hit. Photo by Alan Kirk
Topper fans enjoy nice weather at softball game in White Rock. Photo by Alan Kirk
The public is invited to attend a battle between officers of the Los Alamos Police Department and officers of the Espanola Police Department.
This highly competitive, action-packed basketball game begins at 2 p.m. April 28 at Northern New Mexico College, 921 N. Paseo De Onate in Espanola.
Tickets are $3 per adult and $2 per child under 12 with all proceeds split between LAPD and EPD for the charity of their choice.
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Rachel Anaya makes a catch. Photo by Alan Kirk
Krista Salazar avoids an inside pitch. Photo by Alan Kirk
Kiana Zerr slides into 3rd. Photo by Alan Kirk
Alyssa VanAnne jumps for home plate after home run. Photo by Alan Kirk
Instructor Rita Brake offers Renew Fitness Classes or Renew Boot Camp at the First Baptist Church-LA Gymnasium at 2200 Diamond Drive.
Renew Fitness Classes
This class is a boot camp style training that mixes traditional callisthenic and body weight exercises with interval and strength training. It also includes various forms of jogging, jumping rope, and interval training that involves bursts of high intensity work. This is a great work out!
These classes are comprehensive fitness programs specially designed by me to help you:
Krista Salazar makes a catch in Center Field during the game held in Santa Fe. Photo by Alan Kirk
Erin Kirk hits a home run. Photo by Alan Kirk
Monica Teter pitching her third District win. Photo by Alan Kirk
Kristen Christiansen gets a hit. Photo by Alan Kirk
Los Alamos High Schools girls took first place Saturday at the Los Alamos Classic Invitational with 164 points.. Hope Christian was second with 148 points. The Topper boys took first with 171 1/2 points while Hope Christian had 124 1/2 points.
The weather was wonderful for the Saturday track meet. Photo by Topper’s PA Announcer, Morrie Pongratz
It was a very successful day for the Toppers as several Los Alamos High School students qualified for the state meet.
Sean Readon qualified in the 800 m with a time of 2:01.81.
Jacob Brown qualified in the Triple Jump
By Greg KendallLogo courtesy Los Alamos Derby Dames
What do Thumper, Bampf!, Makeup Artist, Flashover, Lil’ Hoawatha, Princess Leia Hurtonya and Strawberry Tuffcake all have in common, besides their intriguing names? They are all part of the new Los Alamos Derby Dames Roller Derby League.
The Derby Dames plan to make high energy women’s roller derby a staple of excitement for local fans and participants alike. The Derby Dames invite all women of every skill level from never having skated to seasoned pro jammers to join the league. The league has training for “newbies”
Rollar Derby News:
Roller Derby is coming Los Alamos! Check out the Derby Dames as they hold a practice scrimmage 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Sunday March 25 at the Los Alamos Ice Rink.
This practice will allow officials and non-skating team members to participate in the Dames training.
Get in on the ground floor of this exciting new sport in Los Alamos or just enjoy the high adrenaline sport from the stands.
It’s action packed. Check back for more in-depth coverage of the Los Alamos Derby Dames.
On Tuesday, March 20th, the Los Alamos Hilltoppers softball team beat Pojoaque 16 to 0.
Kianna Zerr hitting foul ball. Photo by Alan Kirk/Courtesy
For more photos, click on link below or go to the Sports & Rec Page: http://www.ladailypost.com/content/hilltoppers-softball-team-victorious-gallery
Atomic Tumbler Katya Skurikhin struck gold four times at the National Association of Women’s Gymnastics Judges (NAWGJ) optional meet on March 3rd. She and Los Alamos School of Gymnastics teammate Luvina Lucero traveled to Precision Gymnastics in Albuquerque, competing against Level 7 gymnasts from both New Mexico and Texas.
Katya Skurikhin performs a one and a half jump turn during her gold medal floor exercise at the NAWGJ meet./Courtesy
Skurikhin dominated the Level 7 junior division, earning first place on vault (9.30), uneven bars (9.35), and floor exercise (9.15), as
The University of New Mexico Lobos Men’s Basketball team lost their bid for their first ever sweet sixteen berth. The Louisville Cardinals defeated the Lobos 59-56 in the third round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament in Portland Oregon on Saturday Night.
The game was a nail biter. The Lobos seemed to be in control of the ball initially and looked to be superior to Louisville but then Louisville gained their strength, leading by 15 at one point in the game.
The Lobos senior Drew Gordon had a good night with 21 points and 14 rebounds but was injured near the end of the first half. Gordon’s
First the fire, then the dire La Niña forecast…Who’d a thought that Pajarito would have some of the best skiing in the Rockies this season? Come up and celebrate an unlikely and spectacular 2011-2012 ski season
Free Shuttle from LAHS Sullivan Field. Leaves on the Hour 8-5
8:00 am Pinhead Challenge
Earn Your Turns – skin or skate up, ski down the mountain on established course.
10:00 am Giant Slalom Race
Rip it, and do your best combined time from two runs
11:00 am Sloppy Slalom
Shake your sillies
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Photo by Bonnie J. Gordon/ladailypost.com
Local runners braved cold temperatures today to participate in the second annual Run for Her Life, a 5K and 10K race to raise awareness and funds to fight breast cancer.
The race was presented by the Los Alamos Chapter of Hadassah and Atomic City Roadrunners.
All donations and race proceeds will be donated to Hadassah for breast cancer research, education and treatment.