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Today's Sports

  • Four ‘Topes make All-Star roster

    Submitted to the Optic

    The Pacific Coast League All-Star team will have plenty of representation from the Albuquerque Isotopes, as four 'Topes — pitchers John Ely and Josh Wall, catcher Tim Federowicz, and infielder Luis Cruz — have been named to the PCL squad which will take on the International League All-Stars at Coca-Cola Field in Buffalo, N.Y., on Wednesday, July 11.  

    The game will be broadcast live on MLB Network, the Armed Forces Network, and the Triple-A All-Star Game Radio Network.

  • Representing the Meadow City
  • Phelps, Lochte put on a show

    The Associated Press

    OMAHA, Neb.  — If this week in America’s heartland is any indication, Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte are going to put on quite a show in London.
    The world’s greatest swimmers produced their most stirring duel yet at the U.S. Olympic trials Saturday night, going stroke for stroke in the 200-meter individual medley, never more than a few inches apart.

  • Looking Ahead - Sports - July 4...

    THURSDAY
    Softball
    • Women’s city league: Warriors vs. Vida Encantada Cougars, 6 p.m., Scrubs vs. Rowdy Rascals, 7 p.m., city complex

    FRIDAY
    Baseball
    • District 4 Little League All-Star Tournament, 9-10: Las Vegas vs. Springer, noon; Taos vs. Clayton, 2 p.m.; La Plaza vs. Mora, 4 p.m., Raton Little League complex

  • Fast & furious - All-star...

    Winning rave reviews for its inventive skills competitions, spiffy venue and the hospitality already known from other all-star competitions, the Las Vegas-based Class 1A-3A North-South baseball fest made a successful debut over the weekend.

    In the main event of the three-day all-star event, the South won a decisive game three Saturday afternoon by a slim 6-5 count to take the series two games to one.

  • Isotopes’ division lead stays...

    Consecutive road losses at Memphis and Omaha have kept Albuquerque from padding its newly won lead atop the PCL American Southern Division.

    The Isotopes, who lost 9-5 at Memphis on Friday and 8-7 in a series opener at Omaha on Saturday, slipped to 47-36 to begin the week. Oklahoma City, whom the 'Topes recently passed to take the top spot in the division, is just a half game back at 46-36.

  • Kryptonite back with a vengeance

    Submitted to the Optic

    The 2012 version of the Las Vegas Kryptonite has quietly earned a 14-3-1 record to this point.  

    The Kryptonite has already punched a ticket to the South Plains Regional Tournament that will be held July 11-15 in Farmington. This is the second time that the Las Vegas Kryptonite has represented Las Vegas and New Mexico at the regional tournament with student-athletes from West Las Vegas and Robertson.  

  • Looking Ahead - Sports - July 2...

    MONDAY
    Softball
    • Men’s city league: Yo Momma vs. 24-7, 6 p.m., Big Joe’s Cartel vs. Alta Vista Balls Deep, 7 p.m., city complex
    • Women’s city league: Vida Encantada Cougars vs. Rowdy Rascals, 6 p.m., Budweiser-Dick’s-Night Owl vs. Scrubs, 7 p.m., city complex

    TUESDAY
    Softball
    • Men’s city league: V Town Sluggers vs. Tecolote, 6 p.m., Hackers vs. V Town Sluggers, 7 p.m., city complex

    THURSDAY

  • Triathletes brave Storrie Lake

    Highlights of the 2012 Storrie Lake Triathlon, held this past weekend at Las Vegas' Storrie Lake State Park:

    OLYMPIC DIVISION
    1. Randy Arriola, 28, 2:02:01
    2. Richard Sena, 38, 2:09:59
    3. Clay Moseley, 42, 2:10:15
    4. Scott Kimbrell, 27, 2:12:17
    5. Brandon Wells, 32, 2:13:54
    6. Chris Werth, 29, 2:14:58
    7. Justin Newcomer, 32, 2:16:56
    8. Marty Moriarty, 39, 2:18:26
    9. Justin Drummond, 42, 2:18:37
    10. Nathaniel Kiser, 42, 2:18:40
    11. Tom Fraser, age unknown, 2:19:00

  • Back-to-back Champs!