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Son of former Arizona Sundogs coach eyes NHL draft

Matteo Pietroniro, the 18-year-old son of former Arizona Sundogs hockey coach Marco Pietroniro, has a good chance of being selected in the final rounds of the 2017 NHL Draft Saturday in Chicago.

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All-Courier: 2017 Spring Season

2016-17 Winter All-Courier included

The Daily Courier sports department reveals its 2017 spring All-Courier selections, and includes the 2016-2017 winter All-Courier selections.

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Prep Softball: Competition tight for annual ‘Beat the Heat’ tourney in Prescott

Beat the Heat Girls’ Fastpitch Softball Invitational Tournament director Dale Poole said it best on Tuesday – participating teams in the 2017 competition won’t be beating the heat, but bringing it with them to Prescott this weekend.

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Little League: After brief hiatus, True Value returns as Prescott LL rep

A year after not qualifying for the Arizona District 10 Little League Majors Tournament of Champions (TOC), 2015 titlist True Value returns as Prescott’s representative.

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Annual Tobin-Glick tournament coming to Pioneer Park

The longtime annual Tobin-Glick men’s slow-pitch senior softball tournament enters its 26th year this Thursday through Sunday, May 18-21, at the Pioneer Park 4-Plex in Prescott.

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Prep Baseball: Chino Valley shuts out Monument Valley in state battle (Gallery)

Cougars advance in 3A state tournament

Chino Valley’s baseball team won the 3A West region title on Monday with a 10-1 victory over Wickenburg.

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Prep Baseball: Cougars upset Crusaders on Hixon’s walk-off 2-run double in extras

Seventeen days ago, on April 4, Chino Valley baseball pitcher Tyler Hixon struggled mightily in a blowout loss at 3A West region power Northwest Christian. He would make up for it in spades in a rematch on Friday at home.

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Yavapai keeps playoff hopes alive with split

Fourth-place Roughriders battle second-place South Mountain

Nearly a year after winning the Junior College World Series, Yavapai College’s baseball team finds itself in the sticky position of simply hoping to qualify for the postseason in 2017.

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Prep Softball: River Valley rolls past Cougars in 3A West tilt

Through three innings on Friday afternoon, Chino Valley ace pitcher Keigan Willingham had limited a heavy-hitting River Valley lineup to one hit.

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Roughriders softball continues torrid pace, sweeps South Mountain (gallery)

Yavapai wins for whopping 22nd time in past 23 contests

Yavapai College’s softball team rolled on with its incredible run Saturday afternoon, sweeping South Mountain Community College by shutout to win for a whopping 22nd time in its last 23 games.

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