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New football league folds after one season

Grant Richardson, staff writer

April 24, 2019


Filed under Sports

The Alliance of American Football (AAF) is a football league founded by Charlie Ebersol and Bill Polian. It was created to give people who couldn not play in the NFL to show their skills in this league. Recently the league was suspended by Tom Dundon. Dundon who is the owner of the Carolina Hurri...

Arizona basketball under investigation

Avianna Hoppes, sports editor

March 14, 2019


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The University of Arizona men’s basketball team is under investigation after reports surfaced that former assistant coach Emanuel Richardson paid players to come play for the school. Richardson supposedly paid superstar Deandre Ayton. Ayton was offered 100,000 dollars to sign with the Wildcats. Head...

Players look ahead to college softball

Players look ahead to college softball

Raven Ramirez, staff writer

March 14, 2019


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Softball is one of the many sports played in the spring at the school and has just come to a start. There have been a few girls that have received a softball scholarship. Varsity has played three away games and two home games so far and they are also scheduled to play the Apollo Cool Nights Tour...

Tennis teams hope for state

Tennis teams hope for state

Morgan Reimer, life editor

March 14, 2019


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In the upcoming season of spring sports, both girls and boys tennis teams are practicing their skills in the hopes of another top notch season. Head coaches Jill McLyn (girls) and Luke Scott (boys) are prepared to take their teams to the next level. There are approximately 16 players on the girls team, and eight ...

Boys hoops look up

Karli Kinsey, staff writer

March 14, 2019


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Cactus Shadows varsity basketball has continued to have one of their best seasons. The players were just short of reaching the final four, making it to the elite eight. hey lost their final game against McClintock with a score 63-59. It was a close game, which caused the boys to miss their opportunity ...

Sports can cause academic pain

Grant Richardson, staff writer

March 14, 2019


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Playing sports make academics suffer. Being involved with sports makes it hard to focus on school much more than people who do not play sports. The times of their practices also make a difference because they are taking at least a couple hours out of the night to go and practice. Depending on how f...

Baseball is Back

Baseball is Back

Frida Alvarado, staff writer

March 14, 2019


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Arizona started its’ preseason, commonly known as Spring Training, on February 21. Every year professional baseball teams go to small towns in Arizona and Florida to practice and play exhibition games, a sporting event whose prize money and impact on the team’s ranking is either zero or other...

Overpaid and underworked?

Overpaid and underworked?

Ryan Bartholomew, podcast producer

February 21, 2019


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Sports are part of everyday lives for most of the people in this country. People of all ages tend to play sports almost everyday and basically everywhere they go. However, it is not necessary to pay athletes with an incredibly above-average salary. Professional athletes are making too much money in a society whe...

Kylee Loewe wins golfer of the year award

Kylee Loewe wins golfer of the year award

Hope Black, staff writer

February 21, 2019


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The Girls Golf team has won their third state title in a row, ending 2018 as State Champions. One of the golfers, Kylee Loewe, is nominated for the girls Golfer of the Year award. The Golfer of the Year award is presented by AZCentral. Eight golfers from around the state are chosen by the azcentral high s...

Tenured coach enjoys success

Tenured coach enjoys success

Grant Richardson, staff writer

February 21, 2019


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Gaetano Gianni is the head Varsity Baseball coach. He has been involved with baseball ever since he was a little kid. Gianni is entering his 22nd year of coaching baseball. His whole life he played baseball, and then went on to be a coach. He played professionally in the minors for the Cincinatti ...

Kicking the competition

Kicking the competition

Frida Alvarado, staff writer

February 21, 2019


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The girls soccer team at is ranked 10 in their division and are going for a win at regionals. “How soccer works is that there are regional and division, so we're in division two and then we have a certain region that we are in,” said Tandehl Collentine, the athletic director. To get the g...

Hockey scores their way to the playoffs

Raven Ramirez, staff writer

February 21, 2019


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The school’s hockey team consists of many players who have played their hardest this season. The team consists of players, such as Evan Wilson, Ethan Hinnant, Mason Bondurant, Joe Storms, Tai Jones, Michael Burke, Lars Schumitz. The falcons went nine and nine this season. The team just played their fir...

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