Stefan Zielinski made his mark on Sedona Red Rock High School history Friday, March 6.

Senior pitcher Stefan Zielinski swings under a pitch for Sedona Red Rock High School on Friday, March 6, against American Leadership Academy. Zielinski recovered from an early two-run deficit, triggered by three first-inning walks, to throw the first no-hitter for head coach Craig Eagle in a 3-2 win.
The senior right-handed pitcher recovered from a first-inning deficit of two unearned runs to shut down American Leadership Academy the rest of the way — he no-hit the Patriots, in fact.

“It was funny, because I didn’t even know it,” Scorpions head coach Craig Eagle said. “The game was moving so quickly, I didn’t know until the end when Russell [Moker], our scorekeeper, announced it in the dugout.”

For the full story, please see the Wednesday, March 11, issue of the Sedona Red Rock News.

When a child is abducted by a family member or stranger, time is of the essence for law enforcement. And now, the Sedona Police Department will have one more tool at its disposal when this type of crime occurs.

The generation gap in local art is being bridged for one small class.

Running River School boasts seven students between the ages of 6 and 8, all of whom go on a field trip every other Friday.

Among Arizona counties, Yavapai has the highest proportion of residents who have been approved to use medical marijuana, according to a state report.

Per 1,000 county residents, 14.92 are registered as “qualifying patients” under the Arizona Medical Marijuana Program, established after voters in 2010 approved the drug’s use.


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