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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.

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Faced with rebuilding an untested offensive unit, Wickenburg High School’s football team has been ranked No. 17 in an early unofficial poll of competitors in the Arizona Interscholastic Association’s (AIA) 3A Conference for this coming fall.

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Wickenburg High School’s Masaada Johnson last week officially signed her Letter of Intent to compete in track and field next spring for Pima Community College in Tucson. Johnson, who just graduated this spring, qualified in four events (100 meter dash, high jump, triple jump and long jump) a…

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Eighty-seven future Wickenburg High School freshmen recently signed a “letter of intent” to participate in Wickenburg athletics as freshmen. The future freshmen pictured are a collective group from Vulture Peak, Congress, Nadaburg, Aguila, and Morristown schools. Wickenburg High School Athle…

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As a junior next fall, Bryson Alder is expected to take control of the Wranglers’ offense for possibly the next two years. He is considered a two-way threat, like his predecessor Michael Mindnich, with both an accurate passing arm and his quick and instinctive running ability. His anticipate…

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Coaches and the eighth-grade girls who played their last softball game at Vulture Peak Middle School last week in the White Tanks Conference championship game were assistant Coach Karin Carlson (from left), Leighney Culp, Tiffany Willis, Javen Coppedge, Anna Olson and Coach Koni Mordhorst. T…

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WCA Archery Nationals Team competes in Salt Lake City. Attendees are Coach Maureen Rigo (back, from left), Sophia Caniglia, Gianna Caniglia, Doc Massey, Joe Rigo, Collin Amaral, Coach Brian Earls, Dawson Root (front, from left), Kamerin Earls, Benjamin Hogue, Justen Sheehan and Evan Gustin.

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Senior southpaw Kade Peterson closed out his final year on the Wickenburg High School baseball team last week, pitching a complete seven-inning game in a 4-1 loss to visiting Chino Valley. He finished his season with a 5-2 record on the mound and a 2.28 earned run average while also leading …

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Wickenburg youth football players and cheerleaders are holding their second annual cornhole tournament and BBQ for a day of family fun May 18 at Coffinger Park in the ramada. The tournament sign ups start at 10:30 a.m. The fee is $40 per team and $20 per individual. Proceeds go to the Wicken…