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Miscues cost Cougars in season opener

Prep Baseball

Two troubling innings was all it took to spoil an otherwise decent outing for Chino Valley’s baseball team, which led Snowflake through four frames before the Lobos scored three runs in the fifth and two in the sixth to stun the Cougars, 5-4, in their season opener.

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Spring Preview: Cougars focused on reloading, not rebuilding

Prep Baseball

If you’re Chino Valley baseball coach Mark Middleton and you’ve graduated nine seniors from a 2017 team that finished with a 16-8 overall record and won the 3A West region title, you’re not surprised when the term “rebuilding year” surfaces in the 2018 preseason conversation.

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Spring Preview: Chino Valley ready to contend in 3A

Prep Softball

This could be the breakthrough season that the Chino Valley softball program has so patiently waited for over the past three-plus years in the 3A ranks.

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No. 24 Eagles fall to Antelope Valley, 59-55

College Women's Basketball

Losing back-to-back Cal-Pac Conference games for the first time all season after a 59-55 setback at Antelope Valley on Thursday night, the No. 24-ranked Embry-Riddle women’s basketball team won’t carry the No. 1 seed into next week’s league tournament.

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Chino Valley’s Rock rallies to place 3rd

Prep Wrestling: State Tournament

Chino Valley 160-pound star wrestler Keller Rock may not have repeated as an AIA Division III individual state champion Saturday at Prescott Valley Event Center, but he sure proved his mettle, crawling out of the consolations to place a convincing third in a different weight class.

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Chino Valley’s Mortensen advances to state semis at 138 pounds

Prep Wrestling: State Championships

Chino Valley unseeded 138-pound junior wrestler J.C. Mortensen pulled off a stunner in the opening rounds of the AIA Division III state tournament Friday at Prescott Valley Event Center, advancing to the winners’ bracket semifinals after edging the No. 2 seed and registering a pin in the quarterfinals.

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Bradshaw Mountain’s Hines, Medevielle eliminated on Day 1 at state

Prep Wrestling: State Tournament

Bradshaw Mountain wrestlers Parker Hines and Daniel Medevielle struggled against fierce competition in the first round of the Arizona Interscholastic Association’s (AIA) Division II state tournament on Thursday. And, so, the question inevitably became: Could they find a way to stay alive in the consolations and forge medal runs?

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Wrestlers chase state titles starting today in PV

Prep Wrestling: State Preview

Prescott Valley Event Center will be rocking today through Saturday when the arena plays host to the Arizona Interscholastic Association’s (AIA) annual Division I, II, III and IV state wrestling tournaments.

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Roughriders sweep Paradise Valley, stay unbeaten in ACCAC

Junior College Softball

Yavapai College’s softball team won its fifth straight game by shutout, sweeping winless Paradise Valley Community College, 13-0 and 8-0, Tuesday afternoon in Phoenix to improve its record to 10-3 overall and 4-0 in the ACCAC.

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Embry-Riddle women defeat UC-Merced, take over 1st place in Cal-Pac

College Basketball

Although the Embry-Riddle women’s basketball team won’t host the Cal-Pac Conference Tournament, the Eagles moved closer to possibly clinching the No. 1 seed after upsetting three-time defending league champion UC-Merced, 64-60, for sole possession of first place in the standings.

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