ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – On Monday Sports Monday, Lobo's baseball coach, Ray Birmingham, set up a tough season, reflecting on some of the highlights and lows and looking forward to what lies ahead.
One of the most tragic points in the season was the death of the Jackson Weller hatch. "That thing, a terrible year," Birmingham said. "I don't know if I'll go over Jackson.
Meanwhile, Albuquerque Isotopes are preparing a series of five games with the El Paso Chihuahuas. A game to play the isotopes 3-1 in the series. The isotopes are back on the road Tuesday to start a series at Las Vegas.
Changing gears, Tracy Williams, a New Mexico body builder, has won his sport despite a full time job and two children. She is also a lone mother.
"Everything is like a schedule because I don't want to take too much time out of my kids," said Williams. "I try to do a lot of things when they are busy, like they would be at school or doing other things."
Some calls Williams, "Super Mom." She will keep her hectic schedule while trying to reach her final goal.
"The overall goal is to go to Olympia, which is similar to the Olympics for bodybuilding, and to be a Olympia Day one day … we hope, earn that title and keep that title for a long time." a few years and then retire, "Williams said.
Williams is competing in Shreveport, Louisiana on Saturday.
Next, Jason is looking forward to the WBO Youth Weight Feather Camp when competing for the big zone Taekwondo will help him. Sanchez grew up as an unprecedented Taekwondo fighter before boxing.
"In Taekwondo we learned a lot of path," Sanchez said. "I think this really helps me with boxing. Taekwondo, angles of movement one side and all. You change to an angle and you go with a shot that he can't see, he can put it down."
Sanchez will face Oscar Valdez Weight Feather Camp on June 8 in Reno, Nevada.
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