Mingus’s Kendrew Streck tops Arizona rankings in shot put

Babcock opens season No. 1 in Division 3 400

After Week 1 of the 2019 track and field season, Mingus Union High School senior Kendrew Streck is the biggest big shot in Arizona.

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Mingus football stars sign with Dakota State

Four Mingus Union football players are heading to Dakota State University, a school their coach went to.

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AIA approves new football reclassification model for 2020

2A-6A football teams to be classified based on performance, not size

After another postseason of lopsided football results, the AIA voted on Friday to change how they classify schools.

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Esports state championship delayed but still on its way to Arizona schools

SCOTTSDALE – As the bell rings to signal the end of a school day, a handful of high school students at Rancho Solano Preparatory School gather with classmates in a corner room that still resembles the teacher lounge it once was. After requests from parents, the school transformed it into a state-of-the-art gaming lab for the school’s esports team, one of the first of its kind in the state.

Arizona State baseball off to hot start

TEMPE – After consecutive 23-32 seasons, the worst two-year stretch in program history, Arizona State baseball entered 2019 with the intent of only looking forward.

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Loring and Williams get region honors for Mingus girls basketball

The Grand Canyon Region honored a pair of Mingus Union girls basketball seniors.

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Youth is served for Mingus Union girls tennis

Mingus Union girls tennis doesn’t have any upperclassmen this season but the young Marauders have head coach Andrea Meyer excited.

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Becoming an Outdoors Woman (BOW) Workshop/Camp set for April

Attention adult women. Did you ever want to learn how to shoot skeet, or paddle a kayak? Would you like to learn how to present a fly to rising trout? Maybe you would like to try archery or Dutch oven cooking. Do you have a fear of heights? Sign up for the rappelling class and conquer it!

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As tribes voice opposition, Arizona sports betting bill moves forward

PHOENIX – In front of a packed Senate hearing room, the Appropriations Committee voted 6-3 Tuesday in favor of moving SB 1163, the newly named sports betting bill, along in the legislative process of the Senate.

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Five Camp Verde girls basketball players receive region honors

A whole starting five’s worth of Camp Verde High girls basketball players received Central Region Recogntion.

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Mingus track and field loaded

Mingus Union track and field’s numbers are up, their times are down and they’re competing in an event they hadn’t in a handful of years.

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Betting on your favorite teams still on hold in Arizona

PHOENIX – Ten months after the U.S. Supreme Court cleared a path for states to allow gambling on sporting events, a movement is underway to allow Arizonans to wager on their favorite teams.

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Camp Verde boys basketball stockpile Central Region honors

Five members of the Camp Verde High boys basketball program were recognized by the Central Region and they almost swept the region’s awards.

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Camp Verde softball seeks more than another state title appearance

After another state runner up finish last year, Camp Verde High softball is looking for more.

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Arizona JUCO baseball a proven feeder system

PHOENIX — Some of the names that dot the outfield wall are familiar to Arizona State baseball followers.

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Mingus Union boys basketball racks up Grand Canyon honors

Mingus Union boys basketball was featured heavily in the Grand Canyon Region awards.

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Camp Verde girls basketball falls in state first round

PRESCOTT — Camp Verde High girls basketball’s season came to an end Friday afternoon as Scottsdale Christian was too much for the Cowboys.

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Loaded Camp Verde baseball ready for deep playoff run

What a difference a year makes for Camp Verde High baseball.

Weather delays first responders softball tournament to March 9

The recent weather has led to the postponement for the First Annual First Responders Coed Softball Tournament.

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Camp Verde girls hoops rolls into state tournament

Camp Verde High girls basketball punched their ticket to the state tournament after slow start in the play-in game.

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Gilbert Classical upsets Camp Verde boys in state play-in

Camp Verde High boys basketball’s prolific season came to a surprising end on Wednesday night at home.

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California officials say high school football’s Open Division will be a hit

PHOENIX — If California’s experience is any indication, skeptics will quickly warm up to the Arizona Interscholastic Association’s recent decision to add an Open Division to the football postseason.

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Tinghitella wins second straight state championship

Camp Verde High wrestling enjoyed a historic trip to the state tournaments last week.

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Unbeaten Schulz captures first girls state championship

Mingus Union senior wrestler Danni Schulz’s state tournament was a little more taxing than normal but she still had enough energy to pick up MUHS head coach Klint McKean after she won the inaugural girls state tournament.

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POST-SEASON ROUNDUP: Camp Verde basketball teams win Central Region tourneys

On Friday night Camp Verde High boys basketball pulled off the Central Region double.