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Badgers Unable To Ground The Eagles – PHS Sports Roundup

Photo: 34 Tyson Potts hit a solo home run in the second inning. Varsity Baseball The Badgers comeback came up one short in a 6-5 loss to the Flagstaff Eagles. Flagstaff managed to get a run off Badger starter Tyson Potts in each of the first three innings. Potts got one back in the bottom of

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Get ready to Bump, Set, and Spike in another season of YMCA Youth Volleyball

The James Family Prescott YMCA’s 18th Annual Youth Volleyball League season is almost here. The League, which is sponsored by Foothills Bank, will kick off May 24th for practices and runs through the middle of July. Did you know that volleyball was invented at the Holyoke, Massachusetts YMCA in 1895 by William Morgan, an instructor

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Grand Slam By Parra Puts Exclamation Point On 16-4 Win – PHS Sports Roundup

Photo: 25 RJ Parra rounds the bases after hitting the game ending grand slam. Varsity Softball RJ Parra literally started and finished the game in a 16-4 win over the Estrella Foothills Wolves. Parra pitched the complete game, allowing just two earned runs on five hits, while striking out seven. That was in the field.

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Report of harassment by fired Mets GM prompts anger, shock in Arizona community

News that New York Mets general manager and former Arizona Diamondbacks executive Jared Porter sent sexually explicit texts to a female reporter drew widespread criticism, including some from one of sports journalism’s female trailblazers. “I’m saddened that we’re still having these conversations,” said Valley resident Anne Montgomery, who was one of ESPN’s first female anchors

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A Final Goodbye

[This is from an article in the Associated Press by Bernard McGhee. I have compiled it by category, rather than by month, and listed the more well-known people. The links go to obituaries in AP. You can read the original HERE. – Editor] SPORTS Don Larsen, 90. The journeyman pitcher who reached the heights of

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AIA recommends postponing start of winter high school sports

The Arizona Interscholastic Association recommended postponing the start of winter high school sports such as basketball, wrestling and soccer to its executive board Monday, possibly pushing the start of those sports into January. AIA Executive Director David Hines will meet with state health and education officials before the executive board votes on the proposal. The

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