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Pusch Ridge Christian Acadmey's Michael McLeod breaks up a pass intended for Baboquivari's Emmerson Chico on Friday, Sept. 26, 2014, in the town of Oro Valley, Ariz.
Oro Valley resident Audrey Felice took out her cellphone to capture this desert tortoise making its way through her back yard.
The Marana girls volleyball team fell 3-0 to Empire on Monday night.
Monday, September 29
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.
Pusch Ridge Christian Academy's Michael McLeod breaks up a pass intended for Baboquivari's Emmerson Chico on Friday, Sept. 26, 2014, in the town of Oro Valley, Ariz.
Apparently Brian Clymer, Esq. does not attend many Pima County Board of Supervisor meetings. If he did, he would have a better idea of what really goes on in Pima County. Supervisor Miller votes 90 to 95 percent of the time with the other board members. She does not vote with them, when something is not transparent or not in the best interest of the tax payers.
Justice hasn’t been served so effectively on the streets since Clint Eastwood’s “Dirty” Harry Callahan character snuffed out punk killers in the early 1970s. Liam Neeson, in his most weighty film role yet, quietly and confidently leads this suspense thriller based off of the bestselling crime novel series by Lawrence Block.
It rained. But the sun came back out.
On Thursday, Sept. 4, the Oro Valley Police Department received a call at about a quarter to 10 at night. The man on the line told police that his father just shot his mom and he was hiding in his closet. He went on to tell police that his father had been drinking and could not safely leave the house. The line was then disconnected.
For the second straight week the Canyon Del Oro football team lost a game in the final moments, while also having to deal with a strange delay. Cienega beat CDO 23-18 in a game that saw the Bobcats take a late lead, then both teams had to deal with a 15-minute delay when the lights went out.
After losing their first game of the season, the Ironwood Ridge football team has now rattled off four straight wins and are serving notice that they believe they are the best team in Southern Arizona. The Nighthawks rushed for 328 yards in their 53-16 win over Buena and now appear to be on a collision course towards a late November showdown with defending state champion Salpointe.
Who says an outing in the heart of the luxurious and scenic Dove Mountain has to empty your wallet? The Gallery Grille, located at 14000 N. Dove Mountain Blvd. wipes that misconception right out with a daily happy hour from 4-7 p.m. that features $2 drafts, $4 well drinks, $4 wine, and an attractive appetizer menu to go with.
Canyon Del Oro wide receiver Rome Bracy makes a leaping catch for a huge gain in front of Cieniga High School’s Austin Cuevas on Friday.
Canyon Del Oro’s Rome Bracy takes the ball to the outside as he is tracked down by Cienega’s Dillon Howell.
Canyon Del Oro’s Nick Call receives a stiff arm courtesy of Cienega’s Terrence Johnson.