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Another season of high school football has come and gone in northwest Tucson, with several notable moments from the year that was. 

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The high school volleyball season has come to a close in Southern Arizona, meaning it’s time to get down to the business of picking the best of the best players in our midst. 

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After realizing Tucson’s northwest side lacked a club basketball team, Josh Kollasch launched the Oro Valley Basketball Academy with the goal of matching the thriving scene in the Phoenix area. 

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The Ironwood Ridge girls golf team made history on its home course late last month when they captured their first state title in convincing fashion. The Nighthawks, led by Hannah Ports and her twin sister, Raina, as well as Zoe Newell, lapped the field during the two-day tournament held at O…

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In the immediate aftermath of last Friday’s opening round playoff loss, Canyon del Oro High School football coach Dustin Peace addressed a throng of long-faced teenagers with a tall task on his hands. 

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Two of the most consistent high school football programs in Southern Arizona faced off in Oro Valley last Friday night, leaving hometown fans disappointed after 48 minutes consisting mostly of traded punts and defensive stops—a slugfest that ended with Ironwood Ridge falling to Cienega, 10-0.

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It’s now the final week of the high school football season, and the outcome of next month’s state playoffs will be determined by Friday’s gridiron action. 

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Vista Grande’s best shot at victory last Friday night was winning the pregame coin toss against the Canyon del Oro Dorados. The Spartans would go on to lose that flip, as they would the ensuing football game, as the Dorados rolled over their winless visitors, 63-6, on senior night.