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Like he did most of the night, junior quarterback Bryson Alder leaves a trail of would-be tacklers behind him. Alder scored on three rushing touchdowns, passed for another, and ran for 172 yards on 18 carries. He also picked off two interceptions, deflected one score-threatening pass, and re…

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Senior Sadie White attempts to block a shot at the net by visiting Paradise Honors during the Lady Wranglers’ non-region volleyball match played last week. She has led the team with nine blocked shots through the first five matches this season.

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Sophomore Jeremiah Weaver leads freshman teammate Simon Della Ratta around one of the turns midway through the three-mile run at the Wickenburg Country Club course in the Wranglers’ first cross country meet of the season. Weaver ended up finishing 19th place in the field of about 30 runners,…

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Wickenburg Christian Academy high school swim team took on nine other schools from the greater Phoenix area in its first swim meet of the season Aug. 31.  The team has grown in number and skill this year, and they’re looking forward to a great season.

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Sophomore Mason Threewit swims the butterfly leg of the boys 200-yard medley relay last week when Wickenburg High School’s swim team hosted Cactus at the Coffinger Park pool in downtown Wickenburg. The results of that swim meet were not available at press time, but the Wranglers will compete…

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Defense was the main highlight of the Wranglers’ 36-8 loss to visiting Safford last Friday night, with junior lineman Jett Uldrikson (55) wrapping up the Bulldogs’ ball carrier while teammates Jimmy Waters (51), Tyler Ness (32), and Kaden Conway (10) are primed to jump in and assist in the tackle.

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Senior libero Jeri Rainey jumps up for a return shot against Chino Valley in the Lady Wranglers’ 2019 home volleyball debut. Rainey helped lead her teammates through four games before they came up short in the first of three contests this past week.

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Quarterback Bryson Alder, despite being held by the face mask, tries to escape from Parker’s Fabian Lamas during the Wranglers’ 36-6 loss to the Broncs Friday night in the 54th Battle for the Fireman’s Axe trophy, which the Wranglers reclaimed last year with a 35-0 victory.

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Ten-year-old Gage Freels, a fifth-grader at Morristown Elementary School, was invited to the U.S. Kids World Championship in Pinehurst, N.C., where he competed in the largest golf championship against 150 kids in his division representing 50 countries. After three days of 18 holes each day h…

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The Legacy High school volleyball team is back with a vengeance, dropping their first two matches but showing their potential this week. With three new players this year, the Lady Lions are small in number but fierce in determination. According to interim coach Angela Egan, the girls are alr…

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Quarterback Bryson Alder, despite being held by the face mask, tries to escape from Parker’s Fabian Lamas during the Wranglers’ 36-6 loss to the Broncs Friday night in the 54th Battle for the Fireman’s Axe trophy, which the Wranglers reclaimed last year with a 35-0 victory.

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Senior Michael Flinn (18), who led the Wranglers in tackles last year, is expected to help lead his team’s defense as it opens the 2019 season against host and archival Parker Friday night. He is one of the returnees from last year who led a strong defensive effort in the Wranglers’ preseaso…

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Assistant Coach Jerry Watson holds up the play call to the offensive unit during the Wranglers’ first day of practice in shoulder pads last week. The players will go to full pads this week in preparation of the season opener on Friday, Aug. 30 at Parker.

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The Wickenburg Youth Football and Cheer are hosting in-person registrations July 13, from 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. and July 19 from 4 - 8 p.m., at the Community Center with equipment hand outs. These programs are for children ages 5 - 14 or up to eighth grade. Cheer is $100 and football is $150. Birt…

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Wickenburg Little League Minors and Majors level All Star teams fought hard in their respective tournaments in Wickenburg and Prescott in the last two weeks.  Though Wickenburg teams were eliminated early, the players and coaches had many great moments through four games total.

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Coach Clint White (from left), Antonio Sandoval, Caydon Haney, Rafael Herrera, Eleazar Dominguez, Jake Burt, Landon DiCamillo, Stephen Avila, James White, Joe Rigo, Sarah Clark, Carson Hone and Coach Orlando Avila

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A frequent target in Wickenburg High School’s summer seven-on-seven passing competition, sophomore Calgero “Ro” DiCamillo goes up for a pass against Valley Vista when the Wranglers competed against three other teams last week at the new Ottawa University Field in Surprise.