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Posted: Wednesday, August 31, 2011 3:00 am

While school is keeping the younger set busy all week, the action and anticipation of a great football game is keeping residents of all ages on the edge of their seat all weekend.

It’s football season in Marana, Oro Valley and all places in-between, and The Explorer looks forward to bringing you news about this season’s athletics on the gridiron and beyond.

Do you have news about your team? Be sure to submit your game results and pictures to editor@explorernews.com. We welcome news about all sporting events for all age groups, including those for schools, intramurals and retirement communities.

For more information, call our office at 797-4384. Help us spotlight your team!

See more football http://www.explorernews.com/sports">here.

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