DOUGLAS — A new era of volleyball is about to begin at Douglas High School.
DOUGLAS —With no guarantee there will be games this fall, Douglas High School athletics was given the okay by its school board to begin a limited practice schedule starting this week and in which teams must adhere to specific guidelines.
COUNTY — Roughly 27 miles separate Valley Union High School in Elfrida and Douglas High School. On Tuesday, Valley Union resumed official athletics while Douglas coaches, players and administrators braced themselves for another boarding meeting, Wednesday, to decide their fate.
ELFRIDA — While some schools in Cochise County are not doing any conditioning of any kind with their athletic programs, Valley Union’s volleyball program is having open gym four days a week providing players the opportunity to fine tune their skills in anticipation of a 2020 volleyball season.
DOUGLAS — The start of all fall sports at Douglas High School have been put on hold until after the Douglas School Board meets Sept. 1.
COUNTY — Questions linger about whether of not high school athletics will be carrying on this fall. The simple answer is yes.
DOUGLAS — Ever since he can remember, Christian Estrella has dreamed of playing collegiate football.
COUNTY — The Arizona Interscholastic Association released their plan and schedule for the fall but not all schools are ready to commit after readjusting their back to school plans.
DOUGLAS — With the start of volleyball season just around the corner, the Douglas High School volleyball program finds itself in need of a head coach.
STATE — The Arizona Interscholastic Association shocked many when they approved a fall sports schedule during a special meeting on Wednesday.
STATE — The Arizona Interscholastic Association approved a fall schedule on Wednesday to resume high school athletics in the fall.
COUNTY — The only game high school coaches and student-athletes are participating in right now is the waiting game. Athletic programs are waiting for the green light from district administrators to begin voluntary workouts before the Arizona Interscholastic Association mandates begin on Aug. 17.
DOUGLAS — Another Douglas High School athlete is taking their skills to the next level.
ELFRIDA — Seven familiar faces to the Valley Union football program hope to lead the Blue Devils back to the state playoffs and onto the field this season.
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.
DOUGLAS — Cochise College announced the hiring of Misty Opat as the new head women’s basketball coach at Cochise College last week.
Misty Opat, who has over 20 years of collegiate coaching experience, has been named as the head women’s basketball coach at Cochise College.
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Douglas High School’s athletes were honored at the Virtual Senior Athletic Ceremony Wednesday which was streamed live over the Douglas Bulldogs Facebook page.
There will be no Little League baseball in Douglas this summer.
Six members of the Douglas High School softball team and five members of the girls tennis team have been named to the Sports360AZ All-Academic team.
Post season honors continue to be awarded for the Douglas Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs basketball and soccer teams.
Three members of the Douglas Lady Bulldog soccer team will be taking their skills to the next level.
Cochise College forward Naje Smith was recently named to the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) First Team All-America First Team for Region 1.
The Arizona Interscholastic Association recently announced that high school sports are cancelled for the remainder of the school year.
The Douglas High School Spiritline was honored at its end of the year awards banquet which was held Saturday March 14 in the DHS cafeteria.
The Seventh Annual Familia Carrizoza Scholarship Golf Tournament was held Saturday, March 7, at the Douglas Golf Course.
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Clutch hitting combined with some solid pitching led to the Douglas Bulldogs knocking off the Buena Colts 7-4 in the home opener Wednesday, March 11 at Copper King Stadium.
The Douglas Lady Bulldogs played two games in two days last week winning one, and losing one.
Stevenson and Clawson Elementary were the winners of their respective tournaments at the Seventh Annual Irma de la Vega Basketball Tournament that was held Saturday, Feb. 29 in the Douglas High School gymnasium.
Douglas High School was the site of the 89th Annual Ted James Douglas Invitational track meet Saturday.
Both the Douglas Bulldog and Lady Bulldog tennis teams kicked off their seasons last week.
The Douglas Bulldogs kicked off their regular season this week with a pair of wins.
TUCSON-The Douglas Lady Bulldogs softball team kicked off its regular season Tuesday, March 3 thumping the Catalina Lady Trojans 15-1 at Catalina.
Douglas High School’s varsity and junior varsity spirit line was in California Feb. 14-16 competing at the USA Nationals competition.
The three-time defending Region 1 champion Cochise College Lady Apaches were dethroned 74-73 in overtime Tuesday, March 3 in Cochise Stronghold in the Region 1 semifinals by a pesky Eastern Arizona team they had split with during the regular season.
The Douglas Dawgs U11 traveling soccer team won their second tournament of the year, winning the 2020 Jacobs Classic in Tucson, Feb. 15-16.
For the second straight year, the top seeded Cochise College Apaches, winners of the ACCAC regular season championship, had their season come to an end in front of the hometown fans by a fourth seeded team in the Region 1 semifinals.
The Cochise College Apaches won the ACCAC championship Tuesday night beating Phoenix College 88-83 on Sophomore Night at Cochise College.
Cochise College women’s basketball dominated Phoenix College from start to finish Tuesday night coming away with an 81-66 win in Cochise Stronghold.
The Cochise College rodeo team is ready to kick off the spring season.
Any hopes the No. 1 ranked Douglas Bulldogs had of winning their second state championship in 10-years, came to a disappointing end, Saturday, in a 2-1 overtime loss to the fourth ranked Arcadia Titans in the 4A state semifinals that was played at Marana Mountain View High School.
The Douglas Bulldogs are headed back to the state semifinals for the first time in 10 years, after knocking off the Walden Grove Red Wolves 3-1 Wednesday night in a 4A state quarterfinal match played at Armando de Lucas Stadium.
Fifteen former Douglas High School student-athletes had the distinct honor of being the first to be inducted into the Douglas High School Student-Athlete Leadership Council (SALC) Ring of Honor during halftime of the Bulldogs game with Walden Grove earlier this month.
Cochise baseball sweeps at Eastern Arizona in conference opener
Both the Douglas Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs had their respective seasons end last week.
The Lady Bulldogs dream season, that saw them break a school record for wins, ended Saturday with a 2-0 4A state playoff loss to Sahuaro High in Tucson.
The top-seeded Douglas Bulldogs overcame a sluggish start to beat the 16th seeded Mesquite Wildcats out of Gilbert 5-1 Saturday in the opening round of the 4A state playoffs at Douglas High School.
The No. 1 ranked Douglas Bulldogs will host the 16th seed Mesquite Wildcats Saturday at 2 p.m. at Armando de Lucas Stadium in the 4A state playoffs.