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Yavapai College Roughriders Announce the Return of Men’s and Women’s Basketball

Competition will begin in Nov. 2022 Yavapai College has announced the return of men’s and women’s basketball to NJCAA varsity competition. Both the men’s and women’s programs were discontinued in 2011 but will be reinstated for competition beginning in November 2022 for the 2022-23 season, where they will be competing in the Arizona Community College

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‘Bumper cars on steroids’: USA Wheelchair Football League debuts in Scottsdale

Justin Walker, a player for the Ability 360/AZ Cardinals wheelchair football team, has sensed the skepticism about his sport. Football is a fast-paced contact game, and for some, it’s difficult to imagine that it can be played in wheelchairs. Walker loves to prove that notion wrong. “When someone says wheelchairs and football, the first thing

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Watch ASU Sun Devils plays BYU Saturday night at a ASU Alumni Watch Party

Sun Devil Nation is excited about the new season ahead. Last season fans were disappointed when more than half of the Sun Devils’ games were cancelled due to COVID. Sometimes their opponents fell ill and sometimes the Devils tested positive, allowing for only four total games played! This year’s home schedule includes visits from Colorado,

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Badgers Back On Track With Win Over Mohave 3-0: PHS Sports Roundup

Photo:10 Kari Kasun Volleyball The Badgers returned home to the friendly confines of the Badger Dome, and swept the  visiting Mohave Thunderbirds 3-0. The Badgers took the first two games rather easily, but in the third, the Thunderbirds came out and built a 16-11 lead. Prescott rallied down the stretch to finish the T-birds off,

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Badgers Battle Back To Beat Camelback 30-20: Leopold scores three TDs in win

Photo: 21 Jack Mason attempts to tackle 28 Amos Slokan as 23 Cian McKelvey comes up to help The Prescott Badgers had to overcome a crazy first half to beat the Camelback Spartans 30-20 on Bill Shepard Field. At one point, the officials laundry was visible so much that it became confusing to almost everyone,

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