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The Arizona Baseball Torch Has Been Passed

The Arizona Baseball Torch Has Been Passed

Evan Schubert, Co-News Editor
September 1, 2016
Filed under Sports

Sixteen College World Series appearances. Eight National Championship appearances.  Four National Titles. The Arizona coaching job is unarguably among the elite. This position withholds the credit for the heavy hitting ‘76 squad, the untouchable ‘86 team led by chip Hale, Scott Engle and all of...

Freshman Football Worth Every Minute

Freshman Football Worth Every Minute

Caleb Loya, Reporter
September 1, 2016
Filed under Sports

The very first few days of attending practices were rough, with the hot sun shining on our backs, and the sun reflecting off the sweat on foreheads from a distance. But with the help of the motivation from the coaches, anything can be accomplished. The coaches are Coach Patterson and Coach Levi....

The Kruszewskis Live Together and Coach Together

The Kruszewskis Live Together and Coach Together

Baileigh Fidler, Reporter
September 1, 2016
Filed under Sports

This is Coach Kruszewski's 4th year coaching Sahuaro High School's swim team. The team this year is the biggest team Sahuaro has had in many seasons, with a whopping 59 swimmers on the team. With so many swimmers, all at different expertise levels, Coach K could not do it alone. Enter Head Coach Mrs....

Olympic 2016 Highlights

Olympic 2016 Highlights

Jessica Luna, Associate Editor-in-Chief
August 31, 2016
Filed under Sports

The 2016 Rio Olympics took place from August 6 to the 22. Athletes pushed themselves as hard as they can to represent not only their country but also to show the whole world what they're all about. Team USA came home with a total of 141 medals, 46 of them Gold. In case you missed it, here are some important...

Sahuaro vs. Sabino

Sahuaro vs. Sabino

Giselle Enriquez, Editor-In-Chief
August 31, 2016
Filed under Showcase, Sports

Sahuaro and Sabino. The riveting rivalry commenced Sahuaro's Varsity Football team season. In a nail-biting match up, the Sabercats came out on top, with a final score of 45 to 31. Although Sabino took the win this time around, our beloved varsity boys did not go down without a fight. The public was...

Brielle Sterns’ Checklist: Serve, Spike, Full Ride Scholarship

Brielle Sterns’ Checklist: Serve, Spike, Full Ride Scholarship

Max Becker, Sports Editor
March 15, 2016
Filed under Sports

Getting a full athletic scholarship to a Division 1 college to play volleyball may seem like a pretty big deal. But for Brielle Sterns, it's just another day on the court. There's no doubting that Brielle is one of our school's premiere athletes. As a Junior, she has already played two years of varsity...

Kena Byrd-Jackson; Handball Hero

Kena Byrd-Jackson; Handball Hero

Max Becker, Sports Editor
March 15, 2016
Filed under Sports

Sahuaro is home to a national champion, just maybe not in a sport you would expect. Enter sophomore Kena Byrd-Jackson, an expert in a sport that many people may not even know exists. American handball is a sport where players use their hands to hit a small rubber ball against a wall in such a way...

Iliana Falcon: Stepping out on the court

Iliana Falcon: Stepping out on the court

Jasmyn Countee, Cougart editor
February 23, 2016
Filed under Sports

Iliana Falcon steps on the court with her eyes on the ball, mind on the win, a racket in her hand, her long blonde hair flowing down her back in a French braid, and her determination to beat out her opponent. Sahuaro tennis player, Iliana, won her 3 matches against Jasmine Trejo to become the #1...

HOOP – There It Is

HOOP – There It Is

Abigail Latini, News Editor
January 28, 2016
Filed under Sports

Everyone is familiar with the term "homecoming". Some towns make a big day out of it and the school dances are formal, while Sahuaro’s is full of spirit, but the dance is very casual. However, this year Student Council decided to have a second homecoming and call it "Hoopcoming". The difference is,...

TUSD1 1/18 Sahuaro Sports Review

January 27, 2016
Filed under Sports, Video

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The Twins Who Win

The Twins Who Win

Max Becker, Sports Editor
January 27, 2016
Filed under Showcase, Sports

Brendan and Devan Gary excel in the face of adversity, both on the basketball court and in life. The twin brothers began playing organized basketball in fourth grade. Aside from their love and passion for the game, they see it as a way to stay in shape, make friends, and plan to take full advantage...

Energy Drinks and Your Brain

Energy Drinks and Your Brain

Mia Burch, Creative Contributer
December 11, 2015
Filed under Sports

Energy drinks, no matter how satisfying and stimulating they may appear to be, are quite dangerous. Many teenagers around the ages of 11-20 consume energy drinks regularly. They are under the impression that the drinks are harmless, but research shows they are quite the opposite. Researchers found...

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