On Deck: Local athletic actions

Baseball on the Infield Chalk Line with the Base in the distanceHousehold Operate Derby

The Los Lunas Recreation Division will maintain a House Run Derby on Thursday, Sept. 8, at the Los Lunas Sporting activities Sophisticated. There will be 12 hitters for every division — fastpitch softball, slowpitch softball, youth baseball and high university baseball.

Flag football

The metropolis of Belen’s Parks and Recreation will host a boys and girls flag soccer league. The league is for young children ages 6-12, and the value is $65. The deadline to sign-up is Sept. 9. For info, get in touch with Shawn Ammons at 505-966-2703.

dancing girl black splash paint silhouette isolated white background. Vector illustrationLos Lunas Dance

The village of Los Lunas is giving new dance courses in commencing tumbling and pre-ballet for ages 3 years previous and older from 5:15-6:15 p.m. on Mondays. Registration is now open. The charge is $25 for each thirty day period. The lessons will start on Monday, Sept. 12. To sign-up, stop by secure.rec1.com/NM/los-lunas-nm/catalog.


Youth volleyball league

The city of Belen’s Parks and Recreation will host a youth volleyball league for youngsters in the initially via sixth grades. The league starts on Sept. 20, and the registration deadline is Sept. 9. The price tag is $45 per man or woman. For data, make contact with Shawn Ammons at 505-966-2703.

Sports activities tools swap meet up with

A sporting activities devices swap satisfy will be held from 10 a.m. right up until midday, Saturday, Sept. 10, at the Daniel Fernandez Recreation Center. It is a opportunity to distinct out the garage of any unused sports activities gear. This is an possibility to both sell, trade or donate products. For much more information, check out loslunasnm.gov, or simply call 505-352-7662 to reserve a table.

Co-ed softball

The village of Los Lunas will have a co-ed softball league with video games commencing Sept. 21. Registration finishes Thursday, Sept. 15.

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NBA Finals: Warriors overwhelmed by Celtics’ athletic physicality in Game 3, and things will only get tougher

The game was already well in hand when it happened, but there was still injury to be added to insult. Stephen Curry, who had suffered a foot injury just plays earlier, attempted to defend Marcus Smart on a drive with just over two minutes remaining. Smart, a 6-foot-4, 220-pound amalgamation of muscle, grit and determination, delivered a compact elbow to Curry’s midsection, causing the two-time MVP to limp painfully to the bench as he checked out for the final time.

Resignation? Perhaps not. But surely acquiescence … at least for one night.

The Boston Celtics took a 2-1 lead in the NBA finals on Wednesday with a 116-100 Game 3 win, and it’s not one that the Golden State Warriors will soon forget. They’ll have plenty of time to think about it while soaking in the ice tub and getting full-body massages, trying to prevent bruising and inflammation from the punishment the Celtics relentlessly delivered throughout the evening.

“Game 2, they brought the heat to us. For us, that left a bad taste in our mouth because what we hang our hat on is effort on the defensive end and being a physical team. It definitely woke us up a little bit,” Smart said after the Game 3 win. ” We just wanted to come out, and if we were going to come out here and play, the last thing when we left that court we didn’t want to say we weren’t physical enough.”

Boston executed on its clear intention of getting to the rim early and often, outscoring the Warriors 52-26 in the paint for the game. The Celtics also displayed their force on the offensive glass, edging the Warriors 15-6, which led to a 22-11 advantage in second-chance points.

A trademark Curry heater made things close in the

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