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A star-studded roster of high school softball players took to the perfectly-manicured fields of Tucson’s Lincoln Park on a picturesque evening last Thursday. 

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Bryanna Caldwell-Coté spent her high school years working the lanes at Tucson’s Golden Pin Lanes, shaping a career in the sport she loves. She will return for the lane’s swan song on June 6, when the Professional Women’s Bowling Association competes at the facility. 

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The high school baseball season has come and gone, with several local programs achieving success, both on and off the diamond. The six high schools of northwest Tucson: Catalina Foothills, Canyon del Oro, Ironwood Ridge, Marana, Mountain View and Pusch Ridge Christian Academy, have a plethor…

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A line of Salpointe Catholic softball players take cuts in the school’s mesh-enclosed batting cage, lugging in their gunmetal gray practice bats with them. 

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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.