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Lady Vandals notch sixth straight win: The week in high school softball

Miami High School’s Kaylynn Porto (23) has put up 11 runs during the Lady Vandals’ winning streak.
Monday, April 8 : The Miami Lady Vandals varsity softball team cruised past Gilbert Classical Academy for their fourth straight win, defeating the Lady Spartans 25-1 in Miami. The Lady Vandals took …

Tigers go on tourney run: The week in high school baseball

Globe Tigers pitcher Jaeger Franco
Monday, April 8 : The Miami Vandals fell 11-1 at home to Gilbert Classical Academy, with their lone score coming courtesy of Damion Romero. Tuesday, April 9 : The Globe Tigers fell 11-0 at …

Lady Vandals reach Division 2A title game

In 2023-24, Miami’s Lady Vandals girls’ basketball team made it all the way to the Division 2A state championship game, falling to #1 Phoenix Country Day. Miami went 25-6 on the season, earning second place in Section 2A Valley.
It was a stellar 2023-24 season for Miami girls’ varsity basketball, with the 25-6 Lady Vandals taking second in Section 2A Valley and going all the way to the Division 2A title game. In the …
The 2023-24 San Carlos Lady Braves girls’ basketball team, champions of Section 2A Valley, notched a 26-4 record and made the 2A state tournament’s final four, where they fell to top seed Phoenix Country Day.

Lady Braves fall to #1 Lady Eagles in state semis

The season ended Friday afternoon for San Carlos Lady Braves basketball, who reached the 2A state championship semifinals before falling to the top-seeded Phoenix Country Day Lady Eagles 38-63 at …

Miami, San Carlos cruise into 2A semifinals

The Miami Lady Vandals and San Carlos Lady Braves basketball teams took care of business in Prescott Valley over the weekend, and are moving on to Phoenix and the Division 2A state championship semifinals.

Local baseball, softball teams returning to diamond

A brand-new season of high school baseball and softball is around the bend in Globe, Miami and San Carlos.

Lady Braves capture 2A Valley title

The Miami Lady Vandals and San Carlos Lady Braves varsity basketball teams had met twice this season, with each winning in the other’s home gym, and Saturday’s third meeting – at San Carlos High School – would decide the 2A Valley champion.

GHS Pom team wins State Championship

Congratulations, Globe High School Pom team for bringing home the AIA Division IV Pom State Championship.
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Globe’s Emily Barnes (27) looks to maneuver the ball around Gilbert Christian’s Kinley Rhineheimer (1).
Globe High soccer teams fall to Gilbert Christian
Globe High School’s varsity soccer teams hosted Gilbert Christian in a section matchup last Tuesday, and the visitors came away with two shutout victories.
San Carlos’ Leshawn Browning (5) looks for an open teammate against Agua Fria.
San Carlos prevails in Copper Cities Tournament
The San Carlos Braves won the fourth annual Copper Cities varsity basketball tournament, Dec. 22-23, with a 61-49 defeat of the Agua Fria (Avondale) Owls on Saturday night at the Miami Jr./Sr. High gym.
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Miami’s Tamia Pietila (5) dishes off the ball in the first half of the Lady Vandals’ 55-41 victory over previously unbeaten Show Low.
Lady Vandals upend unbeaten Show Low; Vandals fall to Cougars
On Thursday night, the Miami High School girls varsity basketball team faced the unbeaten Show Low Lady Cougars, a team one sports site ranked first in the state, and handed the visitors their first loss of the season.
Lady Tigers soccer raises record to 3-1
Globe High School’s Emily Barnes (27) led the Lady Tigers varsity soccer team in a 4-3 home victory over the Madison Highland Prep Heat last Wednesday.
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Demetria Dosela (34) brings the ball upcourt for the Lady Vandals during the first half of their 102-23 win over Globe on Saturday, Dec. 16.
Vandals basketball sweeps Tigers, Copper Cities Tournament around the bend
Before Saturday’s varsity basketball games between Globe High School and Miami Jr./Sr. High School, the Vandals’ home gymnasium was rededicated to the Vargas family, including longtime coaches the late Dickie Vargas and his son Ken, with an on-court ribbon cutting; members of past Miami championship teams were there for the ceremony.