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Although Wickenburg High School’s girls volleyball team lost all 18 of their dual matches this season, there is hope for future successes based on their 2019 statistics.

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Swimmers (from left) Ben Armstrong, Rilyn Savage, Mark Blodgett, Elliot Offner, Caleb Armstrong, and Aaron Armstrong celebrate their swim season after a great showing at the Canyon Athletic Association state swim meet last week.

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Wickenburg Christian Academy’s Archery Club hosted a its annual “Archery Rodeo” fun shoot at the Everett Bowman Arena on Saturday, welcoming archers from 21 schools from around the state.

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With the Wranglers trailing by only three points late in the third quarter Friday night, Wickenburg High’s star running back Bryson Alder ended up on the sidelines for the rest of the game with a collarbone injury. However, Alder was able to pick up 45 yards rushing before the injury to fini…

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Shelby Jenkins, serving in the Wickenburg High School girls volleyball team’s final home match of the season last week, was one of five seniors honored in that contest, which the Lady Wranglers lost to visiting Arizona College Prep 25-8, 25-20 and 25-10. They visited Kingman in their final m…

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Wickenburg Christian Academy swim team continued riding the wave of top finishes at the recent CAA Swim Series hosted by Rio Salado Swim Club.

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Four high school teams are expected to visit Wickenburg today (Wednesday, Oct. 30) to compete against the Wranglers’ cross country team in its final home meet of the season.

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The Town of Wickenburg is hosting Tour De Ranch Bike Race at the Flying E Ranch, 2801 W. Wickenburg Way, on Saturday, Nov. 16.

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Sophomore quarterback Calogero “Ro” DiCamillo scrambles to get away from Kingman pursuers during the Wranglers’ 14-6 victory against the visiting Bulldogs last Friday night. DiCamillo finished the night with 44 yards rushing on five carries and completed a 29-yard pass to Troy Adamo to set u…

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This week was Wickenburg youth football’s last regular season game. All teams played Williams. All three teams made it to the playoffs. Mighty Mites won 40-0.

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Senior captain Aaron Armstrong swims his best stroke, the butterfly. Armstrong achieved a new personal best Oct. 5 with a time of 29:14, finished third place overall and brought home the bronze medal.

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Wickenburg High School sophomore Madison Roddy earned her first medal for cross country earlier this month when she competed with two of her team members in the Glendale Classic and then picked up her second medal last week at the Arizona Lutheran Invitational.

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The Wickenburg Wranglers football game tonight has been cancelled due to illness on the Kingman Academy team.

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Wickenburg High School’s Shelby Jenkins dives in an attempt to make a save as Jaden Ritch (1) and Alexa Murillo react during the Lady Wranglers’ 3-1 loss to River Valley on Thursday, Oct. 3 at WHS.

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Sophomore quarterback Calogero “Ro” DiCamillo found some running room in his second game of calling the signals for the Wranglers Friday night against Northwest Christian. He finished the night with 41 net yards on 11 carries to help support the Wranglers’ running game.

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Minors Criner Davis (12) takes a run to the outside this past weekend. Wickenburg youth football teams played in Cottonwood. The final scores this week: Mites won 31-12, Minors lost 47-7 and the Majors remain undefeated with a 37-16 win. The next games are home this weekend against Prescott …

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Senior Shelby Jenkins successfully digs and bumps the ball to a teammate during the Lady Wranglers’ three-set loss to visiting Bourgade Catholic last week. Watching and ready to assist is senior libero Jeri Rainey.

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Wickenburg’s Isaiah Sprecher (left) qualified for the 10-11 year-old bull riding Junior World Finals in Las Vegas Dec. 5-10 by finishing in fourth place at the Saturday, Sept. 21 qualifier at the Roadrunner in New River. Other winners are first place JR Merritt of Taylor (left), and second p…