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In the Moose Lodge scramble Rick Parks, Shirley Patterson, Ron Sodlink and Randy Stickles took first with a 35. John Scott, Sonny Strickland, Randy Light and Ron Hardin were second at 37.

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A change at quarterback couldn’t help the Gila Ridge Hawks on Friday night at Veterans Memorial Stadium.

Parker’s physicality and size upfront helped the Broncs defeat the Antelope Rams 40-0 Friday.

Laundry littered the field Friday night at Ricky Gwynn Stadium, but Yuma Catholic overcame a slow night to defeat Mohave 42-0.

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Illianna Cordova’s serve for Cibola clipped the top of the net, floated into the outstretched hands of a Gila Ridge defender and eventually crumbled to the floor as the Raiders persevered to beat their cross-town rivals in five sets.

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In the Desert Hills Men’s Association 2-man best ball, Dave Echols and Chris Patane were 1st net with a 13 under par 59. The teams of Joe Gomez and Miguel Zendejas, JC Salazar and Edgar Guzman and Rick Farris and Roy Browning all tied for second at 62. Leonard Gomez Gabe Plaza won gross with…

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Cibola’s offense had a chance to give the Raiders their first win of the season. Facing a fourth and goal from the two-yard line, Trevor G. Browne’s defensive back swatted away an intended pass that would have won the game for Cibola.

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Exhaustion settled in Thursday night for the Kofa Kings’ volleyball team. Playing their third game in as many days, the Kings’ early feud against Cesar Chavez sputtered as the Champions left Yuma for the second time this year with a sweep by the scores of 25-14, 25-15 and 25-10.

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When the Kofa Kings’ football team runs onto the field Friday night against Avondale-Agua Fria, for most in attendance, it’ll be a normal regular season game. But for Agua Fria head coach George Martinez, the game is a sort of homecoming for the 1969 Kofa graduate.

The Arizona Western Matadors (7-4 overall, 1-0 ACCAC) made quick work of their conference opener, sweeping the Mesa Thunderbirds (1-4 overall, 1-4 ACCAC) Wednesday night at the Theo Heap Gymnasium.

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Mesa del Sol will host a 2-Person “End of Summer” Scramble Saturday, September 18. Mixed, Women’s and Men’s Flights. Maximum stroke spread of 8. Players must have a USGA handicap to compete for net prizes. Contact paul@stratisgolf.com.

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I am sorry to have not included the Shooting Sports news in the column last week – room only for what appeared. Following is a ‘catch up’ of information shooters hopefully find helpful:

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For the second consecutive week, the Cibola offense failed to generate success, resulting in a 49-8 loss Friday to Brawley (Calif.).

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Yuma High’s inability to capitalize in the red zone Friday night hindered any chance the Criminals had of leaving Calexico (Calif.) with a win.

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Antelope starting quarterback Jonathan Whitely needed a jolt of confidence moving forward this season. He found his stride in Friday’s 48-8 thrashing over Cortez.

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The San Pasqual Warriors hit the field for the first time in two weeks Friday night. Despite the 55-6 loss to Valley Lutheran (1-2), coach Daniel Gardner saw the improvement from game one by his team.

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The second week of high school football in Yuma is in the books and welcome back to another edition of Friday Night Rewind.

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Mesa del Sol will host a 2-Person “End of Summer” Scramble Saturday, September 18. Mixed, Women’s and Men’s Flights. Maximum stroke spread of 8. Players must have a USGA handicap to compete for net prizes. Contact paul@stratisgolf.com.

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All signs indicate there will be birds aplenty, particularly for those hunters who are willing to scout in the mornings and evenings to locate some good hunting spots. Once again, the greatest number of doves – and dove hunters – will be concentrated in the state’s agricultural areas, partic…

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Don’t count out this Yuma High football program. Despite a 41-36 loss to Trevor G. Browne in the season opener, the Criminals fought tooth and nail until the end. And despite a late kick due to travel issues for the Bruins, the atmosphere was electric in the first game with fans back in attendance.

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Yuma Catholic junior gunslinger Richard Stallworth wanted 5,000 passing yards this season. Following Friday’s 67-0 victory over Bourgade Catholic and his 390 yards and six touchdowns, Stallworth is well on his way to becoming the first 5,000-yard passer in Arizona history.

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Cibola had to shake off the first game jitters Thursday night against Yuma High, but once the Raiders found their stride, they handled the Criminals in three sets by the scores of 25-8, 25-11 and 25-14.

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PHOENIX, Ariz- – Two crosses that turned into a pair of goals turned into a big road win against a conference opponent, albeit a non-conference match, as the (RV) Arizona Western Matadors (3-0-0 overall) shut out the (#2 DII) Phoenix College Bears (0-2-0 overall) Tuesday night at Hogan Field.

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Gila Ridge struggled mightily coming out of the gates, but just like they’ve done in 25 of the 26 previous meetings against Yuma High, the Hawks were able to sweep the Criminals in three sets with the scores 25-17, 25-12 and 25-8.

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In the Silver League at Las Barrancas, Jack Joseph shot a 74 to win low gross. John Cullen was second, one stroke back at 75. Dennis Bucklew and Roger Sprague were the net winners. Larry Garrett, Jim Nielsen, Wayne Gerkin and Mike Costello were on the winning team.

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