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Today's Sports

  • Aragon goes 3 for 3 on 18th...

    Instead of blowing out candles for his 18th birthday, Nicholas Aragon was hitting baseballs in Puerto Rico.

    Aragon celebrated his birthday June 29 by connecting three times in as many at-bats, including a double, for Team USA against the San Juan (Puerto Rico) Jets in an 8-4 loss.

    Aragon also scored a run in the game.

    He also pitched for Team USA, allowing one hit and facing five batters.

    Aragon is playing as a member of the USA Coast to Coast team.

  • Youth soccer sign-up opens

    The Las Vegas Youth Soccer League is accepting registrations for the 2011 fall season through August. Parents may register their youngsters online at lasvegasyouthsoccer.org or at DesertGate Internet 118 Bridge Street, Las Vegas.

    Those with questions are asked to call Shelby or Rachel Curtis at 505-652-4101.

  • Looking Ahead - Sports July 6,...

    WEDNESDAY
    Softball
    • Las Vegas Adult League men’s games: Yo Momma vs. Young Bucks, 6:30 p.m., Good Doodz vs. Buzzards, 7:30 p.m., city complex

    THURSDAY
    Softball
    • Las Vegas Adult League women’s game: Lady Warriors vs. Bud-Dick’s- Night Owl, 7:30 p.m., Rodriguez Park
    • Las Vegas Adult League men’s games: Dream Team vs. Chuggers RESCHEDULED to Aug. 16

  • FYI - Sports

    The City of Las Vegas is holding a family golf camp for the community during the month of July. The camp is designed for parents and their children to get out on the range and enjoy the game of golf. Sessions will cover fundamentals, use of irons and drivers, putting, chipping and full swing.

    Sessions are scheduled for July 6, July 13, July 20 and July 27. Each session will be from 5 to 7 p.m.

    Camp cost is $65 for two; $15 each additional person. Children are not required to have their own clubs to participate.

  • Little League - July 6, 2011
  • U.S. women staying hungry vs....

    By Nancy Armour
    AP National Writer

    WOLFSBURG, Germany  — Rest is nice, winning is better.

    The United States plays Sweden in the group stage finale at the Women’s World Cup on Wednesday, a game that would seem to have little importance with both teams already through to the quarterfinals. But there is plenty still at stake for the Americans, starting with the bragging rights — and everything that comes with them — for winning the group.

  • Clemens’ trial begins

    By Nedra Pickler
    The Associated Press

    WASHINGTON  — Roger Clemens’ tenacious pursuit of victory on the pitcher’s mound is re-emerging as he enters federal court this week to fight charges he lied about using drugs and to try to ruthlessly discredit the former friend who says he did.

  • NBA locks out players

    The Associated Press

    NEW YORK — No free agency now, maybe no games later.

    The NBA lockout claimed a quick casualty in Day 1, when the free agency period did not open as usual on July 1.

    Games eventually could be lost, too, if owners and players can’t make progress whenever they start talking again.

    “It’s going to get ugly. I’ve already been on the record saying I don’t think they’re going to play at all next season,” Hall of Famer and TNT analyst Charles Barkley said Friday.

  • Hackers win Taos tourney

    Bouncing back from a rare defeat, the Benavidez Construction Hackers got quick revenge against the Santa Fe Paramount team in the championship games of the 12th Annual Budweiser Tournament held June 25-26 in Taos.

    The tournament was a USSSA Class D-sanctioned event that featured 16 men’s slow-pitch softball teams in a double-elimination bracket.

  • Cowgirls host hoops camp

    New Mexico Highlands University women’s basketball team is inviting local prep basketball players to attend the Cowgirl Skills Academy.

    This advanced instructional camp will be held from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. July 7-9 at the Wilson Complex. Cost is $100, which includes a camp T-shirt and lunch. The NMHU athletics Web site includes a link to the registration form for the Cowgirl Skills Academy.

    NMHU head coach Tiffany Darling, who recently led a team camp for high school girls’ squads, said the upcoming clinic will help players in various ways.