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A wave of complete jubilation and relief swept across the softball diamond at Arizona State University for Ironwood Ridge players, coaches and fans alike Monday night. 

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Another trip around the sun and summer is here again! Summer brings with it diverse opportunities for everyone to get out and have fun. Around this time every year, I have this flashback from my youth. School is letting out for summer and my dad is pulling the cover off our boat. My mother m…

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Jaiden Reid had a premonition in the final inning of Tuesday’s first round softball playoff game as she stood in the field. The senior, who was 2-for-2 at the plate to that point of the Ironwood Ridge Nighthawks’ opening round game against Glendale’s Ironwood, got her shot in the bottom of t…

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The first two hitters in Ironwood Ridge’s baseball lineup cracked a pair of fly balls during their first inning at-bats against Gilbert High School. 

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The first two hitters in Ironwood Ridge’s baseball lineup cracked a pair of fly balls during their first inning at-bats against Gilbert High School. 

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The Mountain View Lions’ softball team unleashed an offensive tour de force on the Flowing Wells Caballeros Thursday afternoon. The Lions (16-7, 7-0) pounced on an overmatched Caballeros squad on the road, winning their road clash by a whopping 15-1 margin in five innings. 

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A crowd of more than 6,000 people roared in unison as the final seconds drained from the center-court clock at McKale Center on Thursday evening.

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The Arizona Interscholastic Association’s first set of spring sports rankings were released Thursday, with several local programs making the top 10 in their respective sport.

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The tide of Wednesday’s clash between Ironwood Ridge and Buena baseball teams turned on a misplayed fly ball to left field. The soaring ball, which came off the bat of Levi White, careened off the glove of the Colts’ left fielder, allowing third baseman Ajay Ram to score the winning run from…

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A buzz filtered through the crowd of 3,265 at the McKale Center last Thursday night as the Arizona Wildcats played their first women’s basketball postseason game in eight years.

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Diana Nisbett achieved a lifelong dream on a softball diamond thousands of miles away more than two years ago. The 17-year-old Ironwood Ridge senior, who’s manned the middle of the infield over the last four years for the Nighthawks, will do the same this summer on an international stage.