Scoreboard

Oct. 21

Boys' and girls' cross country:

Canyon Del Oro 24, Marana 50, Sahuarita 79

Boys' golf:

Ironwood Ridge 159, Sahuaro 202

Tucson High 155, Marana 171, Casa Grande Vista Grande 241

Nogales 177, Mountain View 182

Oct. 22

Girls' golf:

Ironwood Ridge 201, Palo Verde 258

Catalina Foothills 149, Mountain View 197

Boys' swimming:

Ironwood Ridge 99, Mountain View 64

Girls' swimming:

Ironwood Ridge 124, Mountain View 52

Girls' volleyball:

Canyon Del Oro d. Flowing Wells, 3-1

Ironwood Ridge d. Tucson High, 3-0

Sunnyside d. Mountain View, 3-2

Pusch Ridge d. Desert Christian, 3-0

Calendar

Thursday, Oct. 29

Boys' and girls' cross country:

Pusch Ridge at 2A Regional Meet at Reid Park, time TBA

Girls' volleyball:

Canyon Del Oro at Sabino, 6 p.m.

Ironwood Ridge at Rincon/University, 6 p.m.

Nogales at Marana, 6 p.m.

Sierra Vista Buena at Mountain View, 6 p.m.

Scottsdale Christian at Pusch Ridge, 6 p.m.

Friday, Oct. 30- Saturday, Oct. 31

Boys' and girls' cross country:

Ironwood Ridge, Mountain View at 5A Regional Meet

Boys' and girls' swimming:

Canyon Del Oro, Marana at 4A State Meet at Kino Aquatics Center in Mesa, all day

Ironwood Ridge, Mountain View at 5A Regional Meet, all day

Saturday, Oct. 31

Boys' and girls' cross country:

Canyon Del Oro, Marana at 4A Regional Meet, at Marana, 9:30 a.m.

Tuesday, Nov. 3

Girls' volleyball:

Canyon Del Oro at Pueblo, 6 p.m.

Marana at Sahuaro, 6 p.m.

Tuesday, Nov. 3 – Thursday, Nov. 5

Girls' volleyball:

Ironwood Ridge, Mountain View begin Regional Tournament, TBA

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