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Police Win Money for Special Olympics during Benefit Basketball Game

Los Alamos Police were up 37-29 at half time in today’s exhibition basketball game against Espanola Police but the final score ended at Espanola Police 71, Los Alamos Police 65. The game was played in the gymnasium at Northern New Mexico College in Espanola and raised $288 for Special Olympics. “It was a great game that raised money to benefit a very worthy cause … we had a good crowd and everyone had a good time so it was a very successful event,” said Los Alamos Police Chief Wayne Torpy, adding that next year’s game will be played in Los Alamos. Cell phone photo by Wayne


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Local Police Up 37-29 Against Espanola Police at Half Time in Benefit Basketball Game

 Los Alamos Police Lt. Jason Wardlow Herrera, #9, during half time in the benefit basketball game between Los Alamos Police and Espanola Police taking place now at Northern New Mexico College in Espanola. Check ladailypost.com a little later for the final score. Cell phone photo by Wayne Torpy 

Los Alamos Police Sgt. Monica Salazar, at right, during half time in today’s benefit game. LAPD has designated the Special Olympics as the recipient of proceeds raised from this game. Check ladailypost.com a little later for the final score. Cell phone photo by Wayne Torpy

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Hilltopper Softball Team Drops Two Games to #2 Piedra Vista 3-9, 16-6

Ari Larkin gets a hit. Photo by Alan Kirk
Rachel Anaya hits a single. Photo by Alan Kirk
Danci Smith makes play at Short. Photo by Alan Kirk
Ari Larkin makes a catch at left field fence. Photo by Alan Kirk
Emily Lucero gets a hit. Photo by Alan Kirk
Los Alamos seniors recognized, from left, Alyssa Van Anne, Rachel Anaya, Aimee Gutierrez, Emily Lucero, Ari Larkin and Monica Teter. Photo by Alan Kirk.
Piedra Vista seniors recognized. Photo by Alan Kirk

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Montoya is Top Predictor in North Mesa Pace Race

ATOMIC CITY RUNNERS News
 
Theresa Montoya was the top predictor with a 15 second differential in this past Tuesday night’s pace race held out on North Mesa on the trail by Brewer Arena next to the horse stables. Other top predictors included Ted Romero at 17 seconds off, Tom Sandford coming in at 20 seconds from his stated time, and Bob Edgar having a 32 second difference.
 
Roy Cope was the fastest participant on the 1 mile course with a time of 11:44.  The top 1 mile female runner was Georgia Pedicini at 14:12.
 
On the 3 mile course Nathan Romero recorded a

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Hilltopper Softball Comes from Behind to Beat Kirtland Central 5-4 with 7th Inning Rally!

Monika Teter coninues solid pitching performance. Photo by Alan Kirk
Micaela Christensen slides in to score. Photo by Alan Kirk
Play at First. Photo by Alan Kirk

Kristin Christensen hits single driving in run. Photo by Alan Kirk

Ari Larkin slides into 3rd. Photo by Alan Kirk

Micaela Christensen hit double. Photo by Alan Kirk

Kiana Zerr starts 7th inning rally with double. Photo by Alan Kirk
Erin Kirk puts ball in play in 7th inning to drive in final run. Photo by Alan Kirk

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Athletes Cross Finish Line as Senior Olympic Games Continue

SENIOR OLYMPIC GAMES Update:

Los Alamos athlete Mary Billen competes in a 10K run during the Los Alamos Senior Olympic Games, which included a 5K and 10K Road Race and 5K Racewalk. The competition took place on the White Rock Loop Saturday, April 21. Courtesy photo

Los Alamos athlete Ted Williams competes in the 10K run during last Saturday’s Senior Olympics Games. Courtesy Photo

Los Alamos athlete Roy Cope competes in the 5K run during last Saturday’s Senior Olympics Games. Courtesy Photo

Official Results:

Women:

Mary Billen (70-74) 5 K= 39:08 10 K= 1:28:52

Inez Ross (80-84) 5 K:


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Hilltoppers Take Capital 27-0, 20-0 Saturday Clinching Fourth District Championship!

The Los Alamos Hilltoppers won over Capital High School 27-0 and 20-0 on Saturday to clinch their fourth District Championship in a row. Steven Williams pitching in the first game gave up only one hit in four innings pitched. Photo by Randy Parks
 

Austin Aslin getting a hit in the first game of the Saturday double hitter. Photo by Randy Parks

Thomas Russell adding another hit as the Hilltoppers score 27 runs in the first game. Photo by Randy Parks

Kyle Parks runs to first following a hit to left field. Photo by Randy Parks

 

 

 

 

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