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Cross-town rivals Marana and Mountain View high schools met on the hardwood floor of the latter’s gymnasium Thursday night, a much-anticipated match that was met by a crescendo of noise from students and family members.

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Tucson indoor football team has a new leader, in Dixie Wooten, who was named as the organization’s new head coach and general manager for the 2020 season. Wooten was twice-named the Indoor Football League Coach of the Year, and won the 2018 IFL championship.

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The Pusch Ridge Lions were mere yards away from their first touchdown of the game against the Canyon Del Oro Dorados last Friday night—and it all came down to a goal line stand.

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It’s the fourth week of the high school football season, with a quintet of games taking place in the northwestern fringes of Tucson this Friday night.

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Standing at 5 feet 9 inches, Gavin Davis can easily be identified by his shoulder-length, jet black hair and the determined look in his eyes, visible even through his helmet visor. A relaxed teen off the football field, Davis is more akin to a one-man whirlwind clad in forest green and yello…

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We’ve reached the fourth week of the high school football season, giving us a sense of clarity to the way the gauntlet will shake out.  We’ve seen several eye-popping performances to-date, including a few noteworthy outings last Friday night. 

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Tucson is home to another youth flag football champion. The Notre Dame Fighting Irish, of the Tucson Under Armour Under the Lights league, won the organization’s fifth- and sixth-grade national championship held in Los Angeles on Sunday, Aug. 4. 

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The Oro Valley Little League’s 11U team captured a state title July 20, beating Payson, 9-6 ,in the title game. The tournament, held at Chandler National North, was the culmination of an undefeated 9-0 run for coach Ryan Mazura’s squad during the event.

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We’re roughly three weeks away from the start of the high school football season in Arizona, with kickoff looming on the horizon. There are dozens, if not hundreds, of quality football players in our midst, with six programs that churn out talent.