Sports

Hilltopper Sports Update

Hilltopper Softball vs Los Lunas, loss, 0-9; vs Del Norte, loss 1-5 – The Hilltoppers have been eliminated from the State Championships.

Track & Field, Boys and Girls are District Champions!

Hilltopper Softball vs St. Pius X, win, 5-4

Hilltopper Baseball vs Miyamura, 1st game, loss, 0-4, 2nd game loss, 1-5

Hilltopper Tennis, Girls are District champions! Read More

Girls Softball State Championship Today @ 8 a.m. and noon

The Hilltoppers Softball Team. Photo by Alan Kirk

 

The six seed Lady Hilltoppers take on the third seed  Los Lunas’s Lady Tigers this morning at 8am at Cleveland High School in Rio Rancho. The State Championchip is a double elimination tournament. Win or loss against Los Lunas, the Hilltopper’s second game starts at 12 noon. Both games will be broadcast live on KRSN AM 1490 and online at http://www.krsnam1490.com. Read More

ROMERO IS BEST PREDICTOR IN PAJARITO ACRES RACE

ATOMIC CITY ROAD RUNNERS News

Courtesy Photo of start of the ACRR Pace Race on Tuesday night.

Ted Romero was the best pace-race predictor in running the trails in Potrillo Canyon and to the Estante Overlook, being only 7 seconds off his prediction for the 3 miles.

All but the last of the 16 runners in the weekly Tuesday pace race finished before it started to rain, and the last runner finished just before it poured hard with hail!

In the 3 mile run the next best predictors after Ted Romero were family members Nathan (52 s off), Alexander, and Daniel (both 71 s off). Alexander and Daniel Romero were the fastest Read More

Police Out Score Firefighters Saturday

LAPD News:

Los Alamos Police Capt. Randy Foster hits a triple against Los Alamos Fire Department “pitcher” Jerry Adair during a softball competition at Overlook Park Saturday, that went down to the wire, before the police team prevailed 26-25 following nine hard fought innings. Photo by Shayna Whitaker

“Catcher” Connie Salazar of the Los Alamos Police Department throws a ball back to the pitcher while “Umpire” Deputy Fire Chief Justin Grider contemplates whether it was a ball or a strike. Fire Chief Troy Hughes is at first base. Photo by Shayna Whitaker Read More

Hilltopper Softball Team Beats St. Pius 5-4, First Round of State Tournament, Advances to Play Los Lunas!

Danci Smith catches a grounder. Photo by Alan Kirk
 
Micaela Christensen catching third strike. Photo by Alan Kirk
 
Monica Teter throwing a pitch. Photo by Alan Kirk
Amy Gutierrez hitting a single. Photo by Alan Kirk
Monica Teter bunts moving runners. Photo by Alan Kirk
Ari Larkin bunts scoring runner from third. Photo by Alan Kirk
Kristen Christensen scores. Photo by Alan Kirk
Los Alamos Baseball Legend Bun Ryan speaks to team after victory. Photo by Alan Kirk
 
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Shuffleboard Senior Olympic Results

SENIOR OLYMPICS News
 
Don Dudziak (front) and David Bullock (back) compete in Air Gun pistol competition last Wednesday. Final results will be announced after air gun competition is completed with the rifle event this Wednesday. Courtesy Photo
 
This week’s LASOG (Los Alamos Senior Olympic Games) events:
  • Wednesday, May 2 ,LASC 9-11 am;  Air Gun (rifle: standing & supported): David Bullock, Don Dudziak, Ann ReVelle
  • Wednesday, May 2 BESC at noon; Talent (solo reading): Inez Ross
  • Saturday, May 5, Sullivan and Mesa Fields 8-11 am; Track & Field: Mary Billen, Margaret
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Atomic Man Duathlon 2012 Results

The 2012 Atomic Man Duathlon was held on Sunday, April 29th. Pet Pangaea, a sponsor of the 2012 Atomic Man Duathlon, has made race photos available to the public.

Eighty two individuals and nine teams from across New Mexico and as far away as Barboursville, West Virgina, competed in this years running and Bicycling event. The event include a “Fat Man” long course and a “Little Boy” short course.

Top Fat Man male finishers were Mike Rahmer of Tijaras (2:10), James Webster, Albuquerque (2:14) and Todd Rinner (2:20).

Top Fat Man female finishers were Caroline Colonna of Read More

Dog Jog 2012 Results

The 2012 Friends of the Shelter Dog Jog was held Saturday, April 28th.  Dog Jog sponsor Pet Pangaea has provided photos and results from this years jog. The 2012 Los Alamos Dog Jog was coordinated by the Los Alamos Dog Obedience Club, Mountain Canine Corps, and the Atomic City Roadrunners as a fund raising benefit for the Friends of the Shelter.

More photos can be found at the Pet Pangaea’s Dog Jog Photos website.

 

Name Time
Andrew Sutton 21:33
Viggi Saga 22:02
Leanne Smith 22:24
Thomas Chadwick 24:08
David Telles 24:10
Susan Hanson 24:52
Christopher Fontes 25:25
Duncan Fuehne
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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 Read More

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