In less than a week, Northern Arizona’s six-woman swim and dive senior class will be in the midst of yet another title defense.With a run of four straight Western Athletic Conference titles, predating all of the Lumberjacks currently on the roster, Northern Arizona will try for a fifth straight in Houston during the four-day meet.“If you look at the banners in the Dome, I think men's cross country, indoor and outdoor track are at that.
Already holding wins of 50 and 34 points against the No. 14-seeded Lee Williams Volunteers, the No. 3 Flagstaff Eagles made the season margin of victory more than 100 points in Tuesday’s 4A Conference first-round game.Jumping out to a 13-point lead in the first quarter, the Eagles won 57-22 to open their state tournament run and outscored the Volunteers 187-68 in three meetings combined.
A goal by Salpointe Catholic just five minutes into the game put the top-ranked and undefeated Flagstaff High girls soccer squad into a hole from which they never recovered Saturday, falling 3-0 in the state championship game. Salpointe added its second goal with 28 minutes left in the second half and finished with a penalty kick with six minutes left. For more on the game, see Sunday's Arizona Daily Sun.
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Selecting a term
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