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Pearce to run in P.F. Chang’s Marathon for kids

When 51-year-old Sedona resident Gary Pearce crosses the finish line at the P.F. Chang’s Marathon this weekend, his first thoughts won’t be about what place he finished, or his time.

“My thoughts will solely be on those kids,” Pearce said in an interview Tuesday,…

Sedona finishes 2-2 at Camp Verde tournament

Although day one of the 13th annual Yvonne Johnson Memorial Shootout was a disaster, day two looked more like the Sedona Red Rock High School girls basketball team.

Having lost to both Bradshaw Mountain [50-23] and Round Valley [57-36] high schools Dec. 28, the Scorpions…

Arizona Snowbowl opens for winter fun

Since the space under the tree is empty with all the presents having been opened this past weekend, it’s now time to go out and play and the Arizona Snowbowl is just the place.

Over the last month, Flagstaff hasn’t gotten much snow, but a…

Basketball only a tool in life of Young

It takes a special kind of person to coach middle school girls basketball.

Caring, understanding and patience are three qualities one must have to coach at this level, not to mention the ability to laugh when things just don’t go the way they were planned.…

Scorpions prepare for Yvonne Johnson tournament

The Sedona Red Rock High School girls basketball team has hit the ground running this season, beginning the 2010-2011 campaign with a 5-2 record.

Finishing 2-2 at the Williams Invitational Tournament to begin the season, the Scorpions have won three straight heading into Christmas break.…

Scorpions finish 1-2 at tournament

For a team that finished 1-2 at the Fountain Hills Invitational Tournament in Phoenix this past weekend, the Sedona Red Rock High School boys soccer team was awfully cheerful on the bus ride home, according to first-year Head Coach Cindy Hauserman.

Having lost close matches…

Sedona ranked No. 6 in state

Originally scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 16, the Coconino High School soccer match was cancelled and will not be made up this season according to Sedona Red Rock High School Athletic Director John Parks.

Unfortunately for the Scorpion girls soccer team, the 1-0 loss to rival…

Scorpions come up short at Mingus

If coaches had the option to take out one minute of every match and not count it, Sedona Red Rock High School girls soccer Head Coach Tom Cadigan would omit the 41st minute.

Having gone toe-to-toe with the defending 4A-II conference state champions in Mingus…

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