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The Globe Tigers came up short in a come-from-behind effort against the Payson Longhorns on the road, falling 82-69.

The Globe High School Tigers hosted a multi-school wrestling meet last week at Tiger Gymnasium.

The San Carlos Braves overcame a slow start on the road at Miami before a huge second half propelled them to a 73-55 win, spoiling Miami coach Ken Vargas’ last home game.

The San Carlos Lady Braves continued their dominant start to the season with a 65-45 win over Miami last week in front of a pro-San Carlos crowd on the road.

The High Desert 8th grade girls basketball team was overwhelmed on the road against San Carlos Junior High last week.

The High Desert Middle School 8th grade boys basketball team ran over the San Carlos Junior High Braves last week on the road.

San Carlos’ Anaya Juan takes the ball for two points in a No. 1 vs. No. 2 battle with Leading Edge Academy.

The San Carlos Braves picked up a 65-51 region win over the Miami Vandals last week at home.

The Globe Tigers traveled 20 miles east to rival San Carlos last weekend for a matchup against the Braves, and came out with a 67-54 win.

The No. 1 San Carlos Lady Braves continued their unprecedented start to the basketball season with a 56-46 region win over the Miami Lady Vandals last Tuesday without top player Chloe Wiley, who was sidelined for most of the game with a leg injury.

The Globe Lady Tigers dropped a road game against the San Carlos Lady Braves, 66-13, over the weekend.

The Miami Lady Vandals dropped their first-round game at the Eastern Arizona College Holiday Tournament, falling 61-52 to the 1A St. David Lady Tigers in the first round before claiming a fifth-place finish.

TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — J.J. Watt has always had a love for the common man, even though he looks more like Superman.

Mortgage executive Mat Ishbia has agreed in principle to buy a majority stake of the Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury from embattled owner Robert Sarver for $4 billion, the sides announced Tuesday.

The Globe Lady Tigers fell behind early against the San Carlos Lady Braves and never recovered, falling 82-22 at home last week.

Before crosstown rivals the Miami Vandals and the Globe Tigers did battle on the basketball court, they honored long-time Miami coaches Dickie Vargas and Larry Anthony, who both passed away this year and led the Vandals to state championships.

Despite a revolving door of injuries, the Miami Lady Vandals continue to find ways to win, including a 43-38 victory over crosstown rival Globe High School on the road last Saturday afternoon.

The Globe High School Tigers survived an overtime scare from the San Carlos Braves last week in front of a capacity crowd at Tiger Gymnasium, escaping 73-71.

The Globe High School wrestling team competed at San Carlos High School last week.

The Miami Vandals fell 52-29 at home against the Blue Ridge Yellow Jackets.

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