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Marana High School, in the Marana Unified School District, announces Camron Dozier to serve as interim head girls basketball coach.
(NAPSI)—This summer, enjoying a sweet treat can be more than an indulgence, it can also be an opportunity to contribute to the future success of hundreds of girls. That’s the word from Nestlé Crunch, which is collaborating with Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) on a new campaign to help send girls to summer camp.
Three days a week you will find Andy Morales at Rio Vista Elementary School. On the surface this would not seem like much of a big deal, after all he is the school’s physical education teacher, but Morales does not have any classes to teach. Technically, Morales is on summer vacation, but still comes out those three days a week to tend to various projects he has going on.
(StatePoint) For many kids, playing sports is an important part of growing up, and that’s a good thing. Sports are a great way for children and adolescents to develop lifelong exercise habits, build relationships, and learn teamwork.
In 1891, Dr. James Naismith was in search of a physical indoor game that could be played by athletes during the cold winter months in Springfield, Mo. At the YMCA’s Springfield College, Naismith hung two peach baskets on either side of a room and the game of basketball was invented. This may be a fact that a lot of basketball fans already know, but do they also know that the sports of volleyball and racquetball were also invented at the YMCA?
It is safe to say that Canyon Del Oro’s Sammy Nettling maximized her high school experience. The recent graduate was a three-sport standout, graduated near the top of her class and if that was not enough she worked hard to raise money for charity.
School ended just over a week ago and already high school sports teams are back in action for their summer schedules. The Marana girls basketball participated in Catalina Foothills’ Top of the Hill tournament over the weekend and got to face their district rival, as well as play in a physical contest.
Marana High School will have two new basketball coaches next fall. Girls coach Sarah Whaley confirmed on Sunday that she has stepped down as coach to take a new position at the high school.
Todd and Amy Garelick are about as involved in Tucson soccer as you can get. Even before agreeing to head up the TSAFC women’s soccer team, they were already involved in a variety of soccer programs at a variety of levels.
Once she ran to tune out the bullies, today she runs because she likes to win and she wins a lot. Today, Sydney Madrid just finished the season, serving as captain of the Marana track and field team.
Karina Kelly is an outstanding senior at Mountain View High School. She has run cross country for the past four years and placed fifth at the state meet her sophomore year. She also has played varsity basketball since her sophomore year. Last year she was awarded the Marisa Ann Gallego memorial scholarship. This award is given every year to one girl on the basketball team who shows leadership, character, spirit and a love for the game. Karina says it was an honor to be selected. In the spring Karina runs track. “It is a lot of work but the results are worth it”. Her sophomore year she placed fourth in the high jump at state and sixth as a freshman.
(Family Features) From the brimming basket itself to the goodies within, Easter has become a true gift-giving occasion. With sugar-coated marshmallow chicks and giant chocolate bunnies, there are endless ways to give your little ones gifts that fit this beloved holiday’s traditionally sweet offerings. But with the health of children top of mind, some parents are using this special springtime occasion as a way to give better-for-you gifts that stimulate the brain and inspire creativity.
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In effort to build a strong sense of community, Ironwood Ridge High School will be hosting its third summer basketball camp for boys and girls.
Ironwood Ridge High School will be putting on a summer basketball camp for boys and girls the first two weeks of June. The camp will include instruction on basketball drills and fundamentals, fun games, camper of the day award and a camp t-shirt.
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Despite the school’s small size, Immaculate Heart High School has some of the top track and field athletes in Tucson.
Hidden rocks can spell disaster for even the most skilled snowboarder. For University of Arizona alumna Alana Nichols, an icon of courage and excellence in Paralympic sports, that disaster came not just once, but twice.
It may not have been the picture perfect ending the Pusch Ridge Christian Academy girls’ basketball team wanted.
Pusch Ridge Christian Academy girls’ basketball team finished the season 25-6.
The playoff picture is set for boys and girls basketball. While some northwest schools failed to qualify this year, others will look to continue their run in the state tournament, which begins Feb. 19 for girls and Feb. 20 for boys.
An update on the current standings on local girls and boys basketball teams. The playoffs begin Feb. 19 for girls and Feb. 20 for boys. All results and statistics are as of Monday, Feb. 10.
Canyon Del Oro High School's annual "Pink Dorados" is promoting their breast cancer awareness night at CDO High School on Jan.31.
With a relentless work ethic and a smooth stroke from behind the three-point line, 6-foot-2 Casey Wortley, undoubtedly has caught the attention of basketball fans, players and coaches alike. One coach in particular wasted no time in offering Wortley a spot on her Division I basketball team – an offer that Wortley happily accepted.