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Week in Review: A look back at the top sports stories in northern New Mexico

GOLF

CITY TOURNEY: Not surprisingly, local amateur Marty Sanchez turned in a strong performance on the links that bear his name, winning the Santa Fe City Golf Championship in play at the Santa Fe Country Club and the Marty Sanchez Links de Santa Fe.

Sanchez fired a 134 over two days of play to win the championship flight. Paul Ortiz shot a 151 to win the Businessman’s first flight and Jesus Corrales came in with a 137 in medal play for the Businessman’s second flight.

Chanet Fiorina finished with a 144 gross to win the Ladies’ flight and Georgie Hutton took the net competition. John Mikkelsen shot a 143 in medal play, gross no handicap to win the Senior flight and Jack Hiatt finished with a 131 medal play net only to win the Super Senior flight. In all, 62 local golfers competed in the tournament.

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CHEERLEADING

SUPERIOR RATING: The West Las Vegas High School Cheer Team took home a Superior rating in a two-day UCA Home Camp, with Justice Atkins, Grace Gallegos, Maria Ortiz and Krysten Cavazos earning All-American honors.

This makes them eligible to participate in New Year’s Day parades in London and New York.

MARKSMANSHIP

ALL FIRED UP: Chris Bond, Kes Luchini, JoAnna O’Neill, David Smith and Josh Smith were fired up after competing in the National Junior Olympic Shooting Championships in Colorado Springs, Colo.

The five Los Alamos High School students took part in the shotgun event, which included one day of training and two days of competition with shooters from 22 states.

4 UPCOMING THINGS TO SEE OR DO

BASEBALL: The Santa Fe Fuego, champions of the Pecos League’s Northern Division, begin their championship push tonight at Fort Marcy Ballpark in the opener of a best-of-three series against Trinidad. The winner advances to face the winner of Roswell and Alpine in the championship series.

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SPORTS CAMP: Beat the kids’ dog days of summer with a summer sports camp at the Fort Marcy Complex. The camp that runs from Monday through Aug. 1 includes tennis, basketball, volleyball, track and field, and swimming. The camp costs $75 and is open to youngsters from 8-12.

It runs from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Aug. 1. For more information, call Greg Fernandez at 955-2509 or Phil Montano at 955-2508.

GOLF: Tee off for a cause Saturday in the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northern New Mexico Drive for Matches tournament.

The best ball scramble at the Los Alamos Golf Course starts at 11 a.m. and costs $100 per person, which includes a cart and post-tournament dinner. For more information, email Dawn Brown at dawn.brown@bbbs-nnm.org or call 614-4231.

ICE DANCING: The wide world of ice dancing will be on display today through Sunday at the Genoveva Chavez Community Center Ice Arena.

Local and regional skaters will display their prowess in making skating come alive.

For more information on the Ice Dance Weekend, see santafeskatingclub.org or call 795-9639.

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