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The current Boys Golf Rankings for 9/29/14 as calculated by CDO boys golf coach John Farbarik. Prior week email rankings are below. Many boys teams have reached or exceeded seven contests. Since the rankings use the best seven scores, those that have played eight or more have begun to drop their higher scores. This should result in lowering scores. Teams are allowed to play 14 competitions. Those that choose not to play the maximum number will have a disadvantage.
The Pima Community College cross-country teams competed in the Grand Canyon Invitational on Saturday at Estrella Mountain Park in Goodyear.
The Canyon Del Oro High School football team is looking for a fast start and plans to keep the momentum going through the season.
The Marana High School football team feels they are one of the only teams in the area that gets to play for their town – Marana is their town.
The Pima Community College baseball team (13-12-1) broke up a tie game by scoring six runs in the 5th inning to defeat Douglas College (British Columbia) 10-2 on Thursday in the second day of the Jack Howell Classic at the West Campus.
Pima Community College’s Public Safety and Emergency Services Institute is holding a graduation ceremony today for students who have completed its EMT-Paramedic Training program.
When the 2012 season was first getting under way, Ironwood Ridge Coach Matt Johnson and the Nighthawk players were clear on their goals. The first was to get past the semifinals in the state playoffs, a round they failed to win for three straight seasons. The second goal was to win it all and become the Division II State Champions.
Ironwood Ridge could be excused for looking past Catalina Foothills, and thinking about their season finale at Salpointe Catholic.
The Ironwood Ridge Nighthawks remained undefeated after collecting their seventh straight win of the season against Mountain View on Friday night.
The Ironwood Ridge Nighthawks aren’t willing to settle for anything less than an appearance at the Division II state tournament this football season.
Tucson resident Mary Brooke Martino signed a plea agreement Thursday, in which she admitted to filing false tax returns between 2002-2006 for Anthony’s in the Catalinas, a restaurant she co-owns with husband Anthony Martino.
Only one local performance of the work J.S. Bach’s “Mass in B Minor” has been chronicled in the last 20 years. Now Tucson audiences will have the opportunity to hear it performed this weekend when Tucson Chamber Artists – Southern Arizona’s professional chamber choir and orchestra – will present the epic piece Feb. 18-20 at three locations across the city.
Thursday, Jan. 20
Louis Payne is 5-10 and 220 pounds, a block of a young man who can bench press 335 pounds and loves to fly about the football field, hitting anyone in sight.
Why do people live in Northwest Tucson?
The setting is lush at Anthony's in the Catalinas — three dining rooms tastefully appointed, with spectacular views of the Santa Catalina Mountains to the north and the city of Tucson spread out in the valley to the south.
Al Petrillo/Special to The Explorer, The wine cell at Anthony's in The Catalinas houses 25,000 bottles of wine and can seat 16 guests for dinner.
Al Petrillo/Special to The Explorer, Anthony's in The Catalinas sous chef Edward (EJ) Marx, owner Anthony Martino and sommelier Joseph Mascari discuss the merits of two bottles of wine in the restaurant's wine cellar.