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Despite the AIA’s Division I defending wrestling state champion Liam Hoffmeyer not having to duel, the Cibola Raiders handled Sunnyslope 69-12 Wednesday afternoon.

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In a series that’s been completely lopsided for quite some time, the Yuma High girls basketball team gave Cibola all they could handle Tuesday night.

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Yuma High's senior guard Marianna Sheppard signed to SAGU American Indian College on Tuesday afternoon prior to her game against Cibola.

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Anglers in Yuma’s fishing community will be glad to learn that the young fishermen and women are still at it. Our Yuma High School Bass Fishing club has had a name change as well as a change in leadership this year – it’s now “Yuma Student Anglers” (YSA) with seven very active teams and thei…

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From competing every minute to having a superstar, Yuma High’s girls basketball team looks drastically different than years past.

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In the Can Am Best Ball at Mesa del Sol, Lindy Smith and Muriel Scott won low net with a 65 in the women’s flight. Leanne Thom and Phyllis Mashburn were second. Colleen Scott and Shannon Mason won gross with a 79. Debi Mohr and Elaine Davis were second. In the men’s flight Ken McNeal and Ber…

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With footwork that seems to fool every defender in sight, Yuma Catholic’ Sebastian Quintero continues to dazzle around the net.

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Usually the gymnasium is flooded with Cibola and Gila Ridge fans for the biannual in-town boys basketball rivalry.

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With the spawn for this year about to begin we need to realize it's actually up to us to be ethical anglers in order to ensure the future of the species. But the program only works when fish are successfully released back to the water. If we continue to catch and keep the big fish, especiall…

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Eastern Arizona’s final possession was supposed to be for the win, or at least a tie to force overtime. But like Arizona Western’s defense did all night, it forced a turnover in crunch time.

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In the Desert Hills Men’s Association 2 man best ball, Danny Seul and Enrique Neri won low gross with a 68. Gabe Plaza and Enrique Guzman tied for second at even par with Carlos Gallegos and Christian Gallegos. Tommy Middleton and Eric Brandt won the net side with a 59. Lloyd Buck and Marc G…

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The shooting woes continued Friday night for the Arizona Western Matadors women’s basketball team

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Before a full minute vanished off the game clock, Cibola quickly found themselves in a 10-0 hole.

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On an afternoon where defense shone, Cibola forward Jada Barnett made the most of her opportunities around the net.

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For the second time this year, the Yuma Catholic wrestling team held an event on its own football field. With temperatures brewing towards 80 degrees, the Shamrocks defeated Chino Valley 48-28.

Will Hunt led the Yuma Catholic boys basketball team with 23 points in its win over Tonopah Valley. Senior guard Adrian Perez ended his night scoring 11 points, hauling in nine rebounds and dishing out eight assists.

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‘Arena of Consequence’ by Jim Unmacht of Arizona Sportsmen for Wildlife Conservation said it was up to us to put to good use: (every person who hunts should take the time to consider this. You’ll be glad you did, as I was!)

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The Swing Thought Golf Professional Tour visited Desert Hills this past week with Alejandro Tosti of Aventura Fla. shooting 65, 65, 130 to take first place. Akshay Bhatia was second, one shot back at 131. Kolton Lapa and Trevor Simsby tied for third at 132. Apparently, these guys are good.

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The Arizona Western softball team entered Friday night’s matchup against Utah State Eastern averaging 7.3 runs per game.

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With seven combined goals in the opening 16 minutes of play, both San Luis’ and Kofa’s offenses were executing at an alarming rate.

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Gila Ridge didn’t allow Kofa to become a trap game after a disappointing loss the previous night.

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In the Moose Lodge scramble, Dianne Bailey, Bill Johnson and Rick McConnell won with a 72. The team of Loretta Holland, Wojo, Frank Domantay and Bob Lauer shot 74 for second. The team of Shirley Patterson, Jim Flood, Ron Sodlink and Jim Shipley tied the team of Bud Hammond, Shirley Shipley, …

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Sunshine illuminated the large, dark green wrestling mat resting on the football field Saturday afternoon at Ricky Gwynn Stadium.

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Quick and easy points was the theme for the Cibola Raiders on Thursday night at home.

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Northwest Christian continued its dominance against the Yuma Catholic girls soccer team on Wednesday at Ricky Gwynn Stadium.

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The cross-town soccer rivalry turned into a one-sided affair on Tuesday night at Raider Field.

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Gila Ridge continued their hot start to the season after beating Sunrise Mountain 64-50 on Tuesday night at home.

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January is one of the best times of the year to hunt deer with bow and arrow because the bucks are in the rut and there are lots of skirmishes occurring. Mulies are trying to gather harems for breeding and are on the move almost constantly all day long. January deer tags - archery only - are…

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In the Mesa del Sol Senior Stroke Play Men’s 55-62 age group, Steve Martin won gross, Glenn Matthews net. 64-67, Dan Meyers gross, Lynn Harvick net. 68-69, Edson Borges gross, Wayne Gunion net. 70-72, David Givens gross, Rob Rutledge net. 73 and over, Don Fraser gross, Joe Vieira net. In the…

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