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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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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.

Post season honors continue to be awarded for the Douglas Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs basketball and soccer teams.

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.

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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.

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.

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.


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.


The Douglas Lady Bulldogs were 2-0 winners over the Scottsdale Saguaro Sabercats in a 4A conference play-in game Thursday at Armando de Lucas Stadium.

Douglas High School wrestlers Albert Ambriz and Sergio Zuniga placed third and fourth in their respective weight classes at the Division III, Section 1 wrestling tournament that was held Saturday at Amphi High School in Tucson, and have qualified for the 4A state tournament, this weekend in …

After suffering an early-season loss to Mesa College at Cochise, the Cochise College Lady Apaches bounced back with a 68-60 win over Mesa Saturday in Mesa.

The Cochise College Apaches won their seventh straight game Saturday, knocking off the Mesa College Thunderbirds in Mesa.

The Cochise College Apaches knocked off Arizona Western College, 76-66, Saturday night in Cochise Stronghold.

Douglas High School’s wrestling team honored its four departing seniors in its final home match of the season Wednesday, Jan. 29.

The basketball season is winding down for the Douglas Bulldogs, who have just three games left in their regular season.

With the regular season winding down, it appears as if the Lady Bulldogs basketball team is going to miss out on making the playoffs.

The Douglas Lady Bulldogs soccer team picked up two more wins last week, extending their winning streak to three straight victories.


There was very little celebration coming from the Douglas Bulldogs Thursday night after beating the Palo Verde Titans, 9-3, for their their third consecutive Gila Region soccer championship.

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