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DOUGLAS — Following a successful rodeo season that saw the Cochise College women’s rodeo team finish third at the College National Finals and one of its cowgirls, Jill Donnelly — who has completed her eligigility and no longer is with the team — win two national championships, a new season k…

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DOUGLAS — For the second straight year the Cochise College women’s soccer team will be hosting a Region 1 playoff game Friday on the Douglas campus.

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COOLIDGE— The sixth-ranked Cochise College Apaches saw their baseball season come to an end Friday, losing back-to-back games to Central Arizona College and South Mountain Community College.

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TUCSON — The Cochise College Apaches dropped another doubleheader to Pima College Saturday, losing the first game 3-1 before being shut out 10-0 in the second game.

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DOUGLAS — Javier Gutierrez’s walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth of the second game of a doubleheader scored Connor Caskenette with the winning run, giving the Cochise College Apaches a 7-6 win and a doubleheader split with Arizona Western College Tuesday at Cochise College.

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SCOTTSDALE — The Cochise College women’s soccer team made it three consecutive wins Saturday night, shutting out Scottsdale Community College 2-0 in a key ACCAC showdown.

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HUTCHINSON, Kan. — The elusive first win at the National Junior College Athletic Association national tournament continues for the Cochise College Apaches, who were defeated Monday 86-68 by the Ranger College Rangers in the first round.

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DOUGLAS — In what is being described as “a season of perseverance,” the Cochise College men’s basketball team has fought, been quarantined, supported each other and done all that was asked of them in order to win the Region 1 championship, earning the right to compete in the NJCAA national t…

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COUNTY — Cochise College women’s soccer won a thrilling 4-3 double-overtime match against the 10th-ranked Pima College Aztecs Thursday at Pima College.

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DOUGLAS — After splitting the last four doubleheaders, the Cochise College Apaches managed to score enough runs to take a series from Phoenix College on Tuesday, winning Game One 7-4 and Game Two 18-8 in seven innings.

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DOUGLAS — The Cochise College Apache baseball team recorded another doubleheader split Saturday, this time with Yavapai College out of Prescott.

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DOUGLAS — The Cochise College men’s basketball team was informed over the weekend their season has been placed on a 14-day hiatus due to COVID-19 protocol.

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GLENDALE — A 13-run, 11th inning rally helped the Cochise College baseball team beat Glendale Community College Saturday snapping a three-game skid while also avoiding a doubleheader sweep to the Gauchos.

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THATCHER — The Cochise College men’s basketball team held on to sole possession of first place in the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference following an 80-69 win over Eastern Arizona College Tuesday.

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DOUGLAS — The Cochise College baseball team opened ACCAC conference play Saturday taking a doubleheader from Eastern Arizona College at the Douglas Campus.

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DOUGLAS — The Cochise College Apaches took three of four games from Utah State University Eastern last weekend at Cochise College’s Douglas Campus.

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DOUGLAS — The Cochise College Apaches chalked up their third straight win Saturday and also avenged an earlier four-point loss, beating the 18th-ranked Arizona Western College Matadors from Yuma 82-72 in Stronghold Gym.

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DOUGLAS — A 10-day layoff in between games seem to have little effect on the Cochise College Apaches who took to the court Tuesday night with fresh legs and showed no signs of rust in a 118-70 rout over the Eastern Arizona College Gila Monsters inside the Stronghold Gym.

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DOUGLAS — The Cochise College Apaches kicked off their baseball season earlier this month winning four of its first six games.

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DOUGLAS — The Cochise College men’s basketball team picked up its first win of the season and snapped a two-game losing streak in the process knocking off Central Arizona College 82-66 in a Saturday afternoon matinee inside Cochise Stronghold.

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COUNTY — The Cochise College mens and womens basketball teams kicked off the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference basketball season Tuesday losing to Arizona Western College in Yuma.

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DOUGLAS — Tuesday’s Cochise College men’s and women’s basketball games with Pima College were canceled.

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DOUGLAS — Playing in front of no fans and only those working the game in attendance, the No. 23 nationally ranked Cochise College Apaches kicked off the 2021 basketball season Friday night with an 88-67 loss to Snow College of Utah in Cochise Stronghold.

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DOUGLAS — Misty Opat’s first season as head coach of the Cochise College women’s basketball team is off to an interesting start as she, like many other coaches, has to adapt and adjust her coaching due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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DOUGLAS — After months of uncertainty and wondering if there will or will not be a season, fans of the Cochise College men’s basketball team will be happy to hear the 2021 season kicks off Friday at 7 p.m. with a home game against Snow College of Ephraim, Utah.

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BENSON — Growing up Lofton Thomas would watch his siblings sore over the pole vault bar from the stands. When it was his turn to join the track and field team it was only fitting Thomas would take up pole vaulting.

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Playing college baseball while earning his degree means a lot to Benson High School alumni Ethan Coleman, even though he’s not close to home.

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DOUGLAS — Another Douglas High School athlete is taking their skills to the next level.

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DOUGLAS — The 2019-20 All-Academic Student-Athlete Awards were announced Friday by the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) and 15 Cochise College student-athletes were honored.

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BENSON — Competing in track and field is definitely a ‘family thing’ for Pima Community College sophomore Adrian Teso.

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DOUGLAS — While the uncertainty around the women’s soccer in the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference continues, Cochise College goalie Brianna Guzman is doing what she can to stay in shape for the upcoming season.

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TUCSON — Chad Harrison took his place at the starting line at Benson High School and crossed the finish line of his running career at Pima Community College. Now, in his 16th year coaching track and field, Chad has been named the interim head coach of the Aztecs men’s and women’s track and f…

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On Tuesday, February 25, the Apaches traveled to Scottsdale for a doubleheader against Scottsdale Community College. In the first game of a doubleheader, Freshman RHP Treyjan Meza started on the mound for the Apaches. Meza was locked in throwing a complete game, allowing one run on three hit…

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DOUGLAS — The Cochise College men’s and women’s basketball teams are headed to the playoffs on a high note after ending their regular season with wins on Tuesday.

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The Cochise College men’s basketball team continued its winning streak with a 98-66 win over South Mountain Community College on Wednesday evening. The win moves the Apaches to 22-6 overall and 16-4 in the ACCAC.

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