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School districts call on Arizona Legislature to lift spending limit

A total of 191 school superintendents throughout Arizona, including those of nine major school districts in Pima County, are calling on state legislators to hold a special session to lift schools’ aggregate expenditure limit.As it stands, the limit, known as AEL, could cost public schools an estimated $1.3 billion during the current fiscal year, according to the two letters written to Gov. Doug Ducey and to House and Senate members.“We respectfully ask that a special session be called prior to the general election w...

A total of 191 school superintendents throughout Arizona, including those of nine major school districts in Pima County, are calling on state legislators to hold a special session to lift schools’ aggregate expenditure limit.

As it stands, the limit, known as AEL, could cost public schools an estimated $1.3 billion during the current fiscal year, according to the two letters written to Gov. Doug Ducey and to House and Senate members.

“We respectfully ask that a special session be called prior to the general election with the purpose of fixing the AEL. Specifically we would ask that the AEL be lifted for one more year,” one of the letters states.

The school administrators said failure to address the AEL would threaten districts’ abilities to cover teacher pay raises, minimum wage increases, funding for capital projects and continued work to improve school safety.

The following nine school superintendents, as well as Pima County Schools Superintendent Dustin Williams, signed the two letters dated Sept. 6:

Todd Jaeger, Amphitheater Unified School District

Mary Kamerzell, Catalina Foothills School District

Kevin Stoltzfus, Flowing Wells Unified School District

Dan Streeter, Marana Unified School District

Manuel Valenzuela, Sahuarita Unified School District

Jose Gastelum, Sunnyside Unified School District

Scott Hagerman, Tanque Verde Unified School District

Gabriel Trujillo, Tucson Unified School District

John Carruth, Vail Unified School District

The AEL, according to the Arizona School Administrators group, was enacted in 1980 to set a cap on statewide school spending.

Last year, state legislators narrowly met the deadline to waive the spending cap that would have otherwise instructed school districts to cut their budgets by an average of 16% across the board. This year, school districts are facing a 17% budget cut if the AEL is not lifted, the school administrators group said.

The Pima County Schools Superintendent’s Office is now reviewing candidates for one open seat on the Sunnyside Unified School District governing board after a board member resigned.

Lisette Nunez, who was elected as a board member in 2020, submitted her resignation earlier this month. Her term was set to expire in 2024.

Schools Superintendent Dustin Williams “will now review and consider any qualified candidate who is interested in filling the vacancy,” the county office said in a news release.

It added that, under state law, the current governing board members may submit up to three names for consideration to fill the vacancy. However, the county schools superintendent is not required to appoint from that list.

Candidates who would like to be considered for the vacancy must submit an affidavit of qualification and candidate appointment questionnaire to the Schools Superintendent’s Office by Sept. 30 at 5 p.m.

For more information or to find an application packet, visit www.schools.pima.gov/elections.

The chosen candidate will serve from the day of appointment through Dec. 31, 2024.

The election this year to fill two vacancies on the Sunnyside Unified School District governing board was previously canceled due to the races being uncontested. That means incumbent Consuelo Hernandez will be reappointed to her seat and former board member Roberto Jaramillo will also serve on the board once again.

They will join current board members Matthew Taylor and Beki Quintero, whose terms end in 2024.

Local middle school student Taran Hogan of Saint Cyril of Alexandria School was chosen as one of the Top 300 Broadcom MASTERS after participating in a science competition for middle school students.

The Broadcom MASTERS (math, applied science, technology and engineering for rising stars) judges reviewed applications from more than 1,800 middle school students in 47 states before choosing the top 300 young scientists.

Each of the top 300 contestants will receive a $125 award from the Department of Defense.

Later this month, the judges will select 30 contestants as finalists who will then compete for different awards totaling a combined $100,000.

FROG & FIRKIN FOOTBALL FRENZY: WEEK FOUR

A LOOK BACK TO WEEK ONESabino 42, Coolidge 20San Tan Foothills 48, Palo Verde 0Benson 20, Tombstone 16St. David 42, Ray 0Baboquivari 50, Ft. Thomas 6Hayden 64, Valley Union 0San Manuel 30, Anthem Prep 14Pusch Ridge 37, ALA West Foothills 7A LOOK BACK TO WEEK TWOFlorence 73, Palo Verde 0Pusch Ridge 63, Paradise Honors 28Morenci 44, Tanque Verde 0Benson 21, San Tan Foothills 14San Pasqual 28, Catalina 0Bisbee 16, Santa Cruz 6Globe 40, Santa Rita 0Willcox 39, Gilbert Christian 14St. David 58, Baboquivari 6Ray 28, Valley Uni...

A LOOK BACK TO WEEK ONE

Sabino 42, Coolidge 20San Tan Foothills 48, Palo Verde 0Benson 20, Tombstone 16St. David 42, Ray 0Baboquivari 50, Ft. Thomas 6Hayden 64, Valley Union 0San Manuel 30, Anthem Prep 14Pusch Ridge 37, ALA West Foothills 7

A LOOK BACK TO WEEK TWO

Florence 73, Palo Verde 0Pusch Ridge 63, Paradise Honors 28Morenci 44, Tanque Verde 0Benson 21, San Tan Foothills 14San Pasqual 28, Catalina 0Bisbee 16, Santa Cruz 6Globe 40, Santa Rita 0Willcox 39, Gilbert Christian 14St. David 58, Baboquivari 6Ray 28, Valley Union 0Mogollon 59, San Manuel 0

A LOOK BACK TO WEEK THREE

Sunnyside 16, Desert View 6Mica Mountain 28, Ironwood Ridge 0St. David 70, Bagdad 20Chaparral 23, Salpointe 20 (OT)Marana 37, Mountain View 21Cienega 41, Catalina Foothills 21Tucson 29, Dobson 21Canyon del Oro 28, Walden Grove 7Pueblo 42, Cholla 20Rio Rico 10, Nogales 0Buena 27, Sahuarita 9Sahuaro 41, Seton Catholic 24Empire 20, Rincon/UHS 0Flowing Wells 28, Amphitheater 7Sabino 47, ALA West Foothills 27Pusch Ridge 51, Mohave 14Douglas 10, Bisbee 8Palo Verde 60, Catalina 0Willcox 56, Benson 25Tanque Verde 49, Valley Lutheran 0Heritage Academy Laveen 35, Santa Rita 0Sequoia Pathway 32, Tombstone 14Desert Heights Prep 44, Baboquivari 8San Manuel 40, Duncan 13Lincoln Prep 46, Valley Union 0

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9

Salpointe (0-1) at Anthem Boulder Creek (1-0), 7 p.m.The Lancers need this game to draw even before hosting Basha next week and then traveling to play at Cienega.

Marana (1-0) at Buena (1-0), 7 p.m.Big win over Mountain View for Marana. Win this and the Tigers will have a week off to prepare for Canyon del Oro with a 2-0 record. The Colts have a favorable opening schedule but the second half of the year is tough.

Sunnyside (1-0) at Scottsdale Cactus Shadows (0-1), 7 p.m.The Blue Devils will be on the road until Oct. 7. A 4-0 record at that point would be a bonus.

Flowing Wells (1-0) at Phoenix Paradise Valley (0-1), 7 p.m.The Caballeros can open up 2-0 for the first time since the 8-3 playoff team of 2018.

Mountain View (0-1) at Gilbert Higley (1-0), 7 p.m.A great opportunity to even up the record for the Mountain Lions although the Knights did just beat Poston Butte.

Ironwood Ridge (0-1) at Gilbert Campo Verde (0-0), 7 p.m.The Nighthawks need to win this one with a bye coming after that.

Tucson (1-0) at Mesa Skyline (1-0), 7 p.m.The Badgers have an excellent chance to go 2-0.

Desert View (0-1) at Surprise Willow Canyon (1-0), 7 p.m.The Jaguars will travel to Surprise to take on the Wildcats with a game against CDO coming next week. No rest.

Glendale Copper Canyon (0-0) at Rincon/UHS (0-1), 7 p.m.This game could be very close for the Rangers’ home opener.

Cholla (0-1) at Sahuarita (0-1), 7 p.m.Cholla can score. Both teams will be hoping to tie things up.

Pueblo (1-0) at Safford (1-2), 7 p.m.Safford already has three games in. Good road trip for Pueblo.

Sahuaro (1-0) at Sabino (2-0), 7 p.m.The rivalry isn’t what it used to be but the programs are 2-2 against each other in the last four games.

Phoenix Greenway (0-1) at Walden Grove (0-1), 7 p.m.The Red Wolves have a perfect opportunity to go even on their schedule.

Prescott Valley Bradshaw Mountain (0-0) at Mica Mountain (1-0), 7 p.m.The Bears knocked Mica Mountain out of the playoffs last year.

Pusch Ridge (3-0) at Catalina Foothills (0-1), 7 p.m.The Lions beat Catalina Foothills at home last year. The is be the fourth game of the year for Pusch Ridge and the Falcons have possibly the most difficult opening five games in the state.

Tanque Verde (1-1) at Pima (1-1), 7 p.m.Both teams need this win to stay ahead early.

Catalina (0-2) at Phoenix Cortez (1-1), 7 p.m.The Trojans are looking for their points of the year.

Benson (2-1) at Bisbee (1-1), 7 p.m.One would think these two programs have over 100 years of games played against each other but Benson played 6-man football for many years, winning back-to-back state championships in 1954 and 1955. Willcox, Marana and Tombstone joined Benson in 11-man football in 1956. It is believed the two programs played for the first time in 1982 to a 6-6 tie.

Palo Verde (1-2) at Santa Rita (0-2), 7 p.m.Both squads are still learning the game. The Titans won 10-0 in 2020.

Globe (1-1) at Tombstone (0-2), 7 p.m.Tombstone is going for the first win of the year.

Maricopa Sequoia Pathway (1-0) at Willcox (2-0), 7 p.m.A long trip for Pumas to Willcox. The Cowboys are good.

St. David (3-0) at Duncan (1-2), 7 p.m.The Tigers are looking at 4-0.

Bullhead City Mohave Accelerated (1-2) at San Manuel (2-1), 7 p.m.Another long 8-man road trip. San Manuel won 50-46 last year.

Valley Union (0-3) at Baboquivari (1-2), 7 p.m.Valley Union won last year at home.

BYES: Cienega (1-0), Canyon del Oro (1-0), Douglas (1-0), Empire (1-0), Rio Rico (1-0), Amphitheater (0-1).

A LOOK AT WEEK FIVE

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15Mica Mountain at San Tan Valley Poston Butte, 7 p.m..Catalina at Kingman Academy, 7 p.m.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16Basha at Salpointe, 7 p.m.Desert View at Canyon del Oro, 7 p.m.Goodyear Millennium at Cienega, 7 p.m.Buena at Nogales, 7 p.m.Douglas at Cholla, 7 p.m.Rincon/UHS at Phoenix Alhambra, 7 p.m.Phoenix Thunderbird at Amphitheater, 7 p.m.Walden Grove at Chandler AZ College Prep, 7 p.m.Phoenix Sierra Linda at Empire, 7 p.m.Rio Rico at Flagstaff, 7 p.m.Sabino at Palo Verde, 7 p.m.Benson at Pusch Ridge, 7 p.m.Santa Rita at Phoenix Cortez, 7 p.m.Willcox at Morenci, 7 p.m.Tombstone vs. St. John Paul II at Sierra Linda, 7 p.m.Gilbert San Tan Charter at Tanque Verde, 7 p.m.Bisbee at Phoenix Veritas Prep, 7 p.m.Baboquivari at Kearney Ray, 7 p.m.Heber Mogollon at St. David, 7 p.m.San Manuel at Valley Union, 7 p.m.

BYES: Flowing Wells, Marana, Sunnyside, Ironwood Ridge, Mountain View, Tucson, Catalina Foothills, Sahuarita, Sahuaro, Empire, Pueblo.

Boys Golf: Finn Meister leads the Falcons to victory; CDO over Mountain View and Marana

Catalina Foothills sophomore Finn Meister recorded an eagle on the second hole of the Silverbell Golf Course to help pace him to a 2-under-par score of 33 to open the season Tuesday afternoon. As a team, the Falcons outlasted Ironwood Ridge 145 to 153.TEAM SCORES1 Catalina Foothills 1452 Ironwood Ridge 1533 Sabino 162INDIVIDUAL SCORES1 Finn Meister (SO) Catalina Foothills 33 (-2)2 Jacob Medina (JR) Ironwood Ridge 353 Brasen Briones (JR) Ironwood Ridge 363 Chase Cesarek (FR) Cat...

Catalina Foothills sophomore Finn Meister recorded an eagle on the second hole of the Silverbell Golf Course to help pace him to a 2-under-par score of 33 to open the season Tuesday afternoon. As a team, the Falcons outlasted Ironwood Ridge 145 to 153.

TEAM SCORES1 Catalina Foothills 1452 Ironwood Ridge 1533 Sabino 162

INDIVIDUAL SCORES1 Finn Meister (SO) Catalina Foothills 33 (-2)2 Jacob Medina (JR) Ironwood Ridge 353 Brasen Briones (JR) Ironwood Ridge 363 Chase Cesarek (FR) Catalina Foothills 365 Jake Myre (SR) Sabino 375 Jayden Schmitz (JR) Ironwood Ridge 375 Ryan Jones (SR) Catalina Foothills 375 Joey Herron (SR) Sabino 379 Tyler Tosca (SO) Catalina Foothills 3910 Jens Benedict (SR) Catalina Foothills 4111 Jackson Rustand (SR) Sabino 4212 Sean Kelly (SO) Ironwood Ridge 4512 Ryan May (SR) Ironwood Ridge 4514 Griffin Wedman (SO) Sabino 46

Marana sophomore Riley Stidham shot an even 36 at The Views Golf Club Tuesday to beat the field by five strokes but Canyon del Oro pulled off the team victory 172 to 179 over Mountain View.

TEAM SCORES1 Canyon Del Oro 1722 Mountain View 1793 Marana 184

INDIVIDUAL SCORES1 Riley Stidham (SO) Marana 36 (E)2 Jackson Rose (SO) Marana 412 Caden Streeter (SR) Mountain View 414 Ryan Schultz (SO) Canyon Del Oro 424 Henry Ferguson (SR) Canyon Del Oro 426 Colin Lynch (JR) Mountain View 437 Gabe Sendlak (JR) Mountain View 447 Logan Hackett (SO) Canyon Del Oro 447 Ethan McWilliams (SR) Canyon Del Oro 4410 Zane Moffitt (SO) Canyon Del Oro 4511 Josiah Stidham (SR) Marana 4812 Nathan Poulton (JR) Mountain View 5113 Andrew Hanauska (SO) Mountain View 5214 Marcelo Canez (SR) Marana 5914 Peyton Proper (SR) Marana 59

Named one of “Arizona’s Heart & Sol” by KOLD and Casino del Sol, Andy Morales was recognized by the AIA as the top high school reporter in 2014, he was awarded the Ray McNally Award in 2017 and a 2019 AZ Education News recognition. He was a youth, high school and college coach for over 30 years. He was the first in Arizona to write about high school beach volleyball and high school girls wrestling and his unique perspective can only be found here and on AZPreps365.com. Andy is a Southern Arizona voting member of the Ed Doherty Award, recognizing the top football player in Arizona, and he was named a Local Hero by the Tucson Weekly for 2016. Andy was named an Honorary Flowing Wells Caballero in 2019, became a member of the Sunnyside Los Mezquites Cross Country Hall of Fame in 2021 and he was a member of the Amphi COVID-19 Blue Ribbon Committee. He earned a Distinguished Service Award from Amphitheater and he was recognized by City Councilman Richard Fimbres. Contact Andy Morales at amoralesmytucson@yahoo.com

PODCAST: Wings Over Broadway Pigskin Preview — Week 3

My brother Andy and I discuss this week’s Southern Arizona Week 3 football schedule in the Wings Over Broadway Pigskin Preview Show (click on embedded player above).The podcast is in three parts because of some audio technical difficulties.Please continue listening all the way to the end. There is a brief stretch of silence between the second and third parts of the podcast. We apologize for the technical difficulties.THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1COACHES FOR CHARITY KICKOFF GAMESSunnyside (0-0) at De...

My brother Andy and I discuss this week’s Southern Arizona Week 3 football schedule in the Wings Over Broadway Pigskin Preview Show (click on embedded player above).

The podcast is in three parts because of some audio technical difficulties.

Please continue listening all the way to the end. There is a brief stretch of silence between the second and third parts of the podcast. We apologize for the technical difficulties.

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1

COACHES FOR CHARITY KICKOFF GAMES

Sunnyside (0-0) at Desert View (0-0), 7 p.m.Coaches for Charity Kickoff Classic at Kino North Stadium.

Mica Mountain (0-0) at Ironwood Ridge (0-0), 7 p.m.Coaches for Charity Kickoff Classic.First full season for Mica Mountain, Dale Stott era begins with the Nighthawks.

Bagdad (2-0) at St. David (2-0), 6 p.m.St. David beat Bagdad in the 1A state playoffs last year.

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2

Salpointe (0-0) at Chaparral (0-0), 7 p.m.The Lancers begin the 6A era (with new QB Fredo Sotelo) on the road to play at state-power Scottsdale Chaparral in a rematch of the 2013 state championship game won by Salpointe.

Marana (0-0) at Mountain View (0-0), 7 p.m.The Battle of the Boot with Mountain View trying to get the boot back after the Tigers narrowly win at home last year.

Cienega (0-0) at Catalina Foothills (0-0), 7 p.m.The first meeting since 2015. Two of the best young coaches in Southern Arizona with Cienega’s Justin Argraves and Catalina Foothills’ Daniel Sainz.

Dobson (0-0) at Tucson (0-0), 7 p.m.The Badgers are in the 5A Conference now under interim coach Malcolm Nelson.

Walden Grove (0-0) at Canyon del Oro (0-0), 7 p.m.The Dorados are expected to be a 4A power this year with 14-year coach Dustin Peace (closing in on 100 career wins with 94) and Walden Grove is always a huge hurdle.

Cholla (0-0) at Pueblo (0-0), 7 p.m.Cholla and Pueblo renew the rivalry of the two westside schools.

Nogales (0-0) at Rio Rico (0-0), 7 p.m.The Jeff Scurran era begins at Rio Rico with the veteran coach in his 48th year of coaching.

Buena (0-0) at Sahuarita (0-0), 7 p.m.The first meeting between the two schools situated to the south of Tucson.

Seton Catholic (0-0) at Sahuaro (0-0), 7 p.m.The Al Alexander era begins at Sahuaro with some excitement with legendary Dennis Bene hired as the Cougars’ defensive line coach.

Rincon/UHS (0-0) at Empire (0-0), 7 p.m.Rincon/UHS won the last meeting in 2019 and Empire is coming off a good season under George Kelly.

Amphitheater (0-0) at Flowing Wells (0-0), 7 p.m.The Battle of Prince Road rivalry with the schools less than two miles apart.

Sabino (1-0) at ALA West Foothills (0-2), 7 p.m.Sabercats back to action after a bye week going against ALA-West Foothills, in its first year of existence.

Pusch Ridge (2-0) at Mohave (1-0), 7 p.m.The first meeting will happen way up in Bullhead City.

Douglas (0-0) at Bisbee (1-0), 7 p.m.4A Douglas at 2A Bisbee in the historic Pick rivalry. These two legendary teams split two games in 1906, when the rivalry began.

Palo Verde (0-2) at Catalina (0-1), 7 p.m.Two struggling teams looking to resurrect their programs. Palo Verde beat Catalina 61-0 in 2019.

Willcox (1-0) at Benson (2-0), 7 p.m.Battle of unbeatens: Willcox and Benson started playing in 1946.

Valley Lutheran (0-1) at Tanque Verde (0-1), 7 p.m.The first meeting between the schools with Jay Dobyns‘ Hawks looking to bounce back after a humbling 44-0 loss at Morenci last week.

Tombstone (0-1) at Sequoia Pathway (1-0), 7 p.m.The first meeting in Maricopa between the 2A teams.

Santa Rita (0-1) at Heritage Academy Laveen (1-1), 7 p.m.Game will be played in Goodyear with the Eagles hopeful to take enough players after being down to only 12 healthy players last week in a 40-0 loss to Globe that was called toward the end of the third quarter.

Baboquivari (1-1) at Desert Heights Prep (1-1), 7 p.m.The first meeting taking place in Glendale with Baboquivari potentially playing without standout quarterback Xavier Mease (under concussion protocol).

San Manuel (1-1) at Duncan (1-1), 7 p.m.San Manuel beat Duncan 38-8 last year and is looking to bounce back after last week’s 59-0 loss at Mogollon.

Valley Union (0-2) at Lincoln Prep (1-1), 7 p.m.The first meeting at Chandler with the Blue Devils looking to score their first points of the season.

ALLSPORTSTUCSON.com publisher, writer and editor Javier Morales is a former Arizona Press Club award winner. He is a former Arizona Daily Star beat reporter for the Arizona basketball team, including when the Wildcats won the 1996-97 NCAA title. He has also written articles for CollegeAD.com, Bleacher Report, Lindy’s Sports, TucsonCitizen.com, The Arizona Republic, Sporting News and Baseball America, among many other publications. He has also authored the book “The Highest Form of Living”, which is available at Amazon. He became an educator five years ago and is presently a special education teacher at Gallego Fine Arts Intermediate in the Sunnyside Unified School District.

Girls Golf Update: Salpointe, CDO, Cienega and Flowing Wells win on Opening Day

Canyon del Oro sophomore Zufan Girard shot a 3-over 39 to hold off the field at the Quarry Pines Golf Club on Wednesday. The Dorados beat Marana 177 to 219.TEAM SCORES1 Canyon Del Oro 1772 Marana 219INDIVIDUAL SCORES1 Zufan Girard (SO) Canyon Del Oro 392 Kennah Wujcik (FR) Canyon Del Oro 433 Madeline Decena (FR) Canyon Del Oro 444 Alexa Corona (JR) Marana 514 Sydnee Wendel (SR) Canyon Del Oro 516 Sienna Long (SO) Marana 547 Kailey Argue (SR) Marana 558 Addison Blackburn (FR) Ca...

Canyon del Oro sophomore Zufan Girard shot a 3-over 39 to hold off the field at the Quarry Pines Golf Club on Wednesday. The Dorados beat Marana 177 to 219.

TEAM SCORES1 Canyon Del Oro 1772 Marana 219

INDIVIDUAL SCORES1 Zufan Girard (SO) Canyon Del Oro 392 Kennah Wujcik (FR) Canyon Del Oro 433 Madeline Decena (FR) Canyon Del Oro 444 Alexa Corona (JR) Marana 514 Sydnee Wendel (SR) Canyon Del Oro 516 Sienna Long (SO) Marana 547 Kailey Argue (SR) Marana 558 Addison Blackburn (FR) Canyon Del Oro 569 Kameran Coto (JR) Marana 5910 Mia DeMartini (SR) Marana 68

Cienega junior Lacey Buchanan shot an 11-over-par 47 at the Crooked Tree Golf Course on Wednesday to beat her junior teammate Samantha Smith by three strokes. Cienega beat Tucson 217 to 242 and Mountain View did not score as a team.

TEAM SCORES1 Cienega 2172 Tucson 242Mountain View DNS

INDIVIDUAL SCORES1 Lacey Buchanan (JR) Cienega 472 Samantha Smith (JR) Cienega 503 Charlotte Rodriguez (JR) Tucson 534 Jordyn Cadena (SR) Cienega 545 Jaelyn Cota (SR) Tucson 566 Amber Hartung (JR) Mountain View 656 Alyssa Brunsvold (SO) Mountain View 656 Danielle Barton Mountain View 659 Shannon Middleton (JR) Cienega 669 Icela South (SO) Tucson 6611 Madyson Martin (JR) Tucson 67

Rincon/University standout Ella Walsh shot a 4-over-par 39 at the Silverbell Golf Course on Wednesday to beat Flowing Wells senior Olivia Munoz. The Caballeros won the match 194 to 214.

TEAM SCORES1 Flowing Wells 1942 Rincon University 214

INDIVIDUAL SCORES1 Ella Walsh (SO) Rincon University 392 Olivia Munoz (SR) Flowing Wells 433 Jolene Munoz (SO) Flowing Wells 464 Evelyn Jonikas (SR) Rincon University 485 Gertie Munoz (JR) Flowing Wells 496 Anabelle Lopez (SR) Flowing Wells 567 Eleanore Juneman (FR) Rincon University 638 Abby Wilson (SR) Rincon University 64

Named one of “Arizona’s Heart & Sol” by KOLD and Casino del Sol, Andy Morales was recognized by the AIA as the top high school reporter in 2014, he was awarded the Ray McNally Award in 2017 and a 2019 AZ Education News recognition. He was a youth, high school and college coach for over 30 years. He was the first in Arizona to write about high school beach volleyball and high school girls wrestling and his unique perspective can only be found here and on AZPreps365.com. Andy is a Southern Arizona voting member of the Ed Doherty Award, recognizing the top football player in Arizona, and he was named a Local Hero by the Tucson Weekly for 2016. Andy was named an Honorary Flowing Wells Caballero in 2019, became a member of the Sunnyside Los Mezquites Cross Country Hall of Fame in 2021 and he was a member of the Amphi COVID-19 Blue Ribbon Committee. He earned a Distinguished Service Award from Amphitheater and he was recognized by City Councilman Richard Fimbres. Contact Andy Morales at amoralesmytucson@yahoo.com

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