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An increasingly popular fine art show has found a fitting home in one of Tucson's most elegant and timeless places.
When Marana’s Mally McGarity missed her first 14 shots, it didn’t look like she’d turn into the shooting star of the second half.
Marana has struggled all season to find a go-to-scorer to replace superstar Jamee Swan, who graduated in 2012, going on to Colorado University.
On Friday, Dec. 28, 2012, at about 9 p.m., Pima County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to the report of a larceny in progress at a Safeway grocery store at Swan and Sunrise.
Many high school basketball teams face their worst moment when an opponent hits the game-winning shot at the buzzer. The loss feels devastating. The locker room after the game is silent. Confidence is shattered. In the moment, nothing feels worse. It’s a wound only time can heal.
Not many high school basketball players manage to score 1,000 points during their four years of play, but for Marana High School’s Jamee Swan it only took three years.
Marana High School senior Jamee Swan scored 1,000 points in her first three years at as a Tiger.
The Mountain View Mountain Lions were looking for redemption as they hosted rival Marana on Jan. 10.
Jamee Swan scored 13 of her 20 points in the second half to lead Marana to a late rally, but still came up short as the Tigers (3-4) fell to the unbeaten Flowing Wells Caballeros, 48-37.
On an opening night when offense was hard to come by, Kristen Dohm of Ironwood Ridge found her shot down the stretch.
Thursday, Oct. 27