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Brendan Gary Wins Wendy’s Award

Brendan Gary Wins Wendy’s Award

Raina Peters, Reporter
November 9, 2016
Filed under Sports, Sports Showcase

You know the type. Students who always ace the quiz. Who shine on the court or field. Who are involved in every activity. And who set the example in your school and community. The Wendy’s award is given out to the nation’s most esteemed high school scholar-athletes who value giving back to their commu...

A Long Time Cub-ing

A Long Time Cub-ing

Evan Schubert, Reporter
November 9, 2016
Filed under Sports, Sports Showcase

Radio was born. TV was invented. Man landed on the moon. 5 states were added to the Union. Pluto was discovered and the assembly line invented, all in the time since they won last.  Chicago is the city whose murder rate soared over 72% higher than it was a year ago. A month ago Chicago was in the ...

Sahuaro Loves Our Girls Volleyball

Sahuaro Loves Our Girls Volleyball

Autumn Fatovich, News Editor
November 9, 2016
Filed under Sports, Sports Showcase

Tuesday, November 8th, the girls volleyball team competed their last game this season in Phoenix at the quarterfinals. They played against Sunny Slope in a raging match ending sadly 2-3. There were many kills by Abi Nash, Madi Nash, and Brielle Sterns. Sahuaro had a spirit bus of about 40 people come...

Two Concussions Won’t Keep Kobi Bell Off the Field

Two Concussions Won’t Keep Kobi Bell Off the Field

Danielle Mahler, Reporter
November 8, 2016
Filed under Sports, Sports Showcase

Kobi Bell never played organized football until his freshman year.  A track athlete since fifth grade and basket ball player, he says he would see the team practicing together and "It looked like more of a bond than I'd ever get with a basketball team."  The bond Kobi has built has gone deeper than...

Football Senior Night

Football Senior Night

Max Becker, Sports Editor
November 8, 2016
Filed under Showcase, Sports, Sports Showcase

It was a surreal feeling standing in the bleachers that night, knowing that this would be the last football game I would attend as a Sahuaro Cougar. I can only imagine how many emotions our senior players felt, having dedicated their blood, sweat, and tears to this program for four long years. It...

Abi Nash Knows How to Bash A Volleyball

Abi Nash Knows How to Bash A Volleyball

Jacob Hernandez, Reporter
October 25, 2016
Filed under Sports

Abi Nash, a junior, is part of Sahuaro's Volleyball team.  Nash has been playing volleyball since she was in the first grade, and began playing club volleyball in sixth grade. She has been on Sahuaro's Varsity squad since freshman year. The Nash sisters are all into the sport.  Morgan Nash, a senior,...

U of A Swimmers Invitational

U of A Swimmers Invitational

Max Becker, Sports Editor
October 25, 2016
Filed under Sports

On Saturday, October 2nd, 40 swimmers from Sahuaro High School competed in the U of A Swimmers Invitational. The event, held on the University of Arizona campus, was open to any school that wanted to attend, and the result was hundreds of swimmers all trying to qualify for the upcoming State championship. Our...

Cougars Crush Chargers at Homecoming

Cougars Crush Chargers at Homecoming

Max Becker, Sports Editor
September 29, 2016
Filed under Sports

As the Sahuaro football team stormed the field on September 23rd, the stakes had never been higher. Our Cougars had gotten off to a tumultuous start, losing their first four games to Sabino, Queen Creek, Marana, and Desert View. They had also suffered from catastrophic injuries, including the starting...

Frank the Tank

Frank the Tank

Evan Schubert, News Editor
September 29, 2016
Filed under Sports, Sports Showcase

A season ago he had the same uniform, was a part of the same organization, and was led by the same coaches. He's run all of his life and his training is nearly the same routine. That being said, this season Frank Moreno will not have the same role as he did a year ago. The seniors he watched for three...

Sahuaro’s Soccer Uniforms Sent to Kenya

Sahuaro’s Soccer Uniforms Sent to Kenya

Caleb Loya, Reporter
September 29, 2016
Filed under Sports

Sahuaro is a great school, academically, fine-arts wise, and even the clubs and sports makes Sahuaro a fantastic school. Sometimes, not even realizing it, we get too overwhelmed with what we have and don't pay attention to other parts of the world that may not be as fortunate as us.  Maybe other...

MLB Player Jose Fernandez Killed In Boating Accident

MLB Player Jose Fernandez Killed In Boating Accident

Daniel Vargas
September 29, 2016
Filed under Sports, Sports Showcase

Jose Fernandez, pitcher of the Miami Marlins and two of his friends died in a boat wreck on Sunday, September 25. Fernandez and two others hit a jetty at full speed off of Miami Beach. He was not killed by drowning but by the impact of the boat. The 32-foot boat was found after 3 a.m where two bodies...

The Low-Down On Boys and Girls Golf

The Low-Down On Boys and Girls Golf

Sidney Moyers, Reporter
September 28, 2016
Filed under Sports, Sports Showcase

While golf may not be one of the most popular or most recognized sports in the world, the Boys and Girls Golf team here at Sahuaro is definitely a force to be reckoned with. The Boys Golf team consists of Rory Bratton, Alec Kelly, Joe Hoagland, Hunter Terris, Logan Martin, and Dylan Baldwin and...

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