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The Arizona Interscholastic Association released its first set of football and volleyball rankings Tuesday, Sept. 25, with the six programs in northwest Tucson (Canyon del Oro, Catalina Foothills, Ironwood Ridge, Marana and Mountain View) slotted in at different positions by sport. 

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Canyon del Oro High School and Pusch Ridge Christian Academy are separated by 3,696 feet, give or take a few inches. Yet the two programs, for their proximity, never met on the gridiron prior to last Friday’s clash, which the visiting Dorados won 33-7. 

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Mountain View High School’s season opening volleyball match did not go as expected last Tuesday, with the Lions falling to Salpointe Catholic at home in straight sets. The Lions, under first-year coach Jose Robles, fell to the Lancers, 25-11, 25-14, 25-12, struggling to crack their opponent’…

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The high school golf and cross country seasons are in full-swing, with Mountain View’s boys golf team defeating Sabino, while defeating CDO and falling to Cienega in other matches.  

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We've officially survived two weeks of the high school football season (except for CDO, whose game against Prescott was rained out). 

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An assortment of University of Arizona athletic and academic leaders took turns at a lectern to build bonds with the local business community last Tuesday afternoon, including university president Dr. Robert C. Robbins, vice president of athletics Dave Heeke and first-year football coach Kev…

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The first two weeks of the school year weren’t all focused on the first few games of the football season. Out on the green, young men and women are perfecting their shots, as the golf season is underway.

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Engage, a local nonprofit, hosted a free BBQ social on Saturday, Aug. 18 at Reid Park introducing the organization’s use of non-tackle rugby to build communities. Engage will run a free co-ed touch rugby league this fall for children ages 6-18.

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The tide of last Friday’s season opening football game hinged on the special teams units of Canyon del Oro and Flowing Wells high schools.  Unfortunately for the Dorados, their kicking unit could not come through, missing two extra points and as many two-point conversion attempts. 

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Week one (or Week Zero, as it’s called by the AIA) is in the books, with Ironwood Ridge, Marana, Pusch Ridge and Catalina Foothills surviving their opening matchups against Mountain View, Horizon, Rio Rico and Buena, while CDO fell to Flowing Wells. 

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Before Tucson Country Club’s Director of Pickleball Joey Farias had ever heard of pickleball, he was on his way to becoming a professional tennis player. From age 13 to 18, he was a top-10 tennis player in the country every year. He competed against Novak Djokovic and Juan Martin del Potro a…