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Northland Prep's defense stymies Basis Flagstaff for 40-18 victory

The Northland Prep Academy girls basketball team won a city battle against the Basis Flagstaff Yeti, 40-18, thanks to strong defensive play and a fourth-quarter run that left no doubt in the outcome Monday at Basis Flagstaff High School.[FINAL] NPA 40 - Flagstaff Basis 18The Spartans go on a 12-0 run in the fourth quarter led by Noe Rhon, who finished with 14 points.NPA had 5 different scorers, 3 of which had at least 9 points.Sammy Mullaney led Basis with 6 points. ...

The Northland Prep Academy girls basketball team won a city battle against the Basis Flagstaff Yeti, 40-18, thanks to strong defensive play and a fourth-quarter run that left no doubt in the outcome Monday at Basis Flagstaff High School.

[FINAL] NPA 40 - Flagstaff Basis 18The Spartans go on a 12-0 run in the fourth quarter led by Noe Rhon, who finished with 14 points.NPA had 5 different scorers, 3 of which had at least 9 points.Sammy Mullaney led Basis with 6 points. pic.twitter.com/mi9LLlCQuy

— Brenden Martin (@BrendenMartin_) January 10, 2023

Spartans coach Josee Deloretto said her team’s focus on defense paved the way for the victory.

“We were looking to work on quite a few things,” Deloretto said. “We implemented some new defensive strategies, and that’s really what we were focusing on doing today.”

The 1A Conference Yeti (2-8, 0-1 North) opened the game with a 4-0 run that lasted much of the first quarter. The first points were not scored until two minutes in when senior guard Kusuma Teluguntla sank a free throw. A 3-pointer from senior forward Lotee Baker, the team’s leading scorer this season, quickly followed the point from the foul line.

From then on, the 2A Spartans (2-4, 0-2 Central) came back and took control of the rest of the game by going on a 6-0 burst to take the lead at the end of the opening quarter.

Northland Prep's stout defense opened the door for its offense to get going. The Spartans finished with five different scorers, and three of them tallied at least nine points.

The 18 points allowed was a new season low for the Spartans.

“Typically our offense is spread across the board,” Deloretto said. “We don’t always have a consistent player that’s in double-digits -- which makes it harder to play against us because we’re that much more well-rounded. If one person is not scoring, another person is going to step in and be the scorer that game.”

The scoring balance is of huge importance for the Spartans, who have been without senior guard Heather Hayden for a month due to injury. Deloretto said Hayden is making her way back and is expected to be on the court playing again soon.

“It’s been an adjustment,” Deloretto said. “We have three point guards that can handle the point. They’ve really stepped up and are doing their job out there. When Heather comes back we’re just going to be that much stronger.”

Junior forward Noe Rhon led all scorers with 14 points, recording six in a fourth quarter in which the Spartans outscored the Yeti 12-0.

Junior forward Natalie Auker contributed 10 points for the Spartans, all within the first three quarters, to be the first player to score in double figures. Deloretto said Auker's performance was key in the win and shows what she is capable of in the future.

“Natalie is a strong finisher,” Deloretto said. “She’s pretty consistent. She’s fantastic under the hoop. Pretty much any time we get her involved under the hoop, we expect her to make that layup. I think she can do even better getting more offensive boards as she gets stronger and stronger.”

The Spartans made waves outside the stat sheet, too. Junior guard Grace Schulz ran into a wall by the baseline going for a loose ball early in the second quarter, causing her to come out of the game. She did not look too fazed by the hit as she looked to the Spartans side of the bleachers and cracked a smile and a slight chuckle.

She came back in during the third quarter and showed the same level of intensity as she did going for that loose ball.

“That’s one thing we can always count on with Grace,” Deloretto said. “She’s got a lot of energy and she’s tough, so I figured she’d be back.”

Deloretto touted Schulz’s commitment no matter her spot in the rotation, and she said the coaching staff has gone as far as to nickname her “The Spark.”

Strong defense on both ends kept the game close at the half, with Northland Prep leading 18-10. The Spartans used their height advantage to pull away in the second half by grabbing several offensive rebounds and forcing Basis to look toward one player for most of its scoring.

[HALFTIME] NPA 18 - Flagstaff Basis 10A slow start to the 2nd quarter for both teams, but NPA’s strong defense kept Basis from taking many shots.Vanessa Faultner and Natalie Auker lead all scorers with 6 points.Lotee Baker has 5 points for the Yeti.NPA had a lot of ORebs. pic.twitter.com/MZ85BjNtBo

— Brenden Martin (@BrendenMartin_) January 10, 2023

Freshman guard Sammy Mullaney tried to will her team back into the ballgame, scoring a team-high six points for the Yeti, all in the third quarter.

Despite the contest being at Basis Flagstaff, Deloretto said playing a game inside the city limits was a big boost.

“I think we don’t have enough home games, so I’m super excited to have games in Flagstaff,” Deloretto said. “Whenever we can get them, I’m happy to play them. There’s always that crosstown rivalry that we enjoy.”

Northland Prep, ranked 38th in the 2A, will hit the road to take on the fifth-ranked 2A Sedona Red Rock Scorpions (9-2, 2-1 Metro) on Thursday.

Basis, ranked 27th as of press time in the 1A listings, will look to snap a six-game losing streak on Friday against the undefeated and 1A's top-ranked Rock Point Cougars.

Rain on tap for metro Phoenix this weekend; snow expected in parts of Arizona

Increased precipitation will bring light showers and snow across Arizona this weekend, especially in the Valley and Flagstaff.High chances of rain, light winds and below-average temperatures were expected to hit Phoenix and surrounding areas as soon as Saturday, lasting through Sunday, according to the National Weather Service in Phoenix.“As of right now we’re looking at showers mostly,” said Jessica Leffel, meteorologist with the weather service. “It can ramp up, but the biggest impact is...

Increased precipitation will bring light showers and snow across Arizona this weekend, especially in the Valley and Flagstaff.

High chances of rain, light winds and below-average temperatures were expected to hit Phoenix and surrounding areas as soon as Saturday, lasting through Sunday, according to the National Weather Service in Phoenix.

“As of right now we’re looking at showers mostly,” said Jessica Leffel, meteorologist with the weather service. “It can ramp up, but the biggest impact is going to be that rainfall starting Saturday. There will be light winds up to 5 mph throughout the weekend, and the winds could ramp up to 10 mph.”

The expected rainfall follows a week of higher-than-average temperatures in Phoenix, which will continue until Friday.

“This week and going through Friday, temperature averages for highs and lows are a little bit above average. Thursday and Friday we’re going to have highs in the low 70s and lows in the high 40s,” Leffel said.

Highs in the low 60s and high 50s were expected Saturday and Sunday, with lows in the high 40s.

Tips for driving in the rain

The Arizona Department of Transportation provided the following safety tips for driving in the rain:

No hazardous weather conditions were expected early next week in Phoenix, according to the weather service.

Residents and drivers can check az511.com for updated road conditions.

Winter storm to impact travel in Flagstaff

A winter storm that was expected to impact northern Arizona on Saturday night and into the middle of next week can cause hazardous travel conditions and potential delays for holiday weekend travelers.

Heavy snow was expected in the high country, with the potential to accumulate between 5,000 and 6,000 feet into the middle of next week, according to meteorologist Brian Klimowski with the weather service in Flagstaff.

“Expect significant travel delays this weekend,” Klimowski said. “Expect hazardous travel conditions with the holiday weekend coming up. Be prepared for long commutes.”

The storms will also bring colder temperatures, with a 70% chance of snow on Sunday, according to an extended forecast from the weather service.

On Saturday, the high will be 47 degrees and the low is expected to reach 28 degrees. Sunday wa expected to bring blowing snow with the expected high falling between 36 to 37 degrees and expected lows between 26 to 28 degrees, the weather service said.

Light winds can be expected Thursday and Friday morning this week and into the afternoon, with a high of 46 degrees on Thursday and 51 degrees on Friday.

For a helpful winter weather car items list, drivers can go to ready.gov/winter-weather.

Tucson to experience light showers, snow into next week

Tucson will experience above average temperatures starting on Thursday and expected to continue through Sunday, according to the weather service in Tucson.

“Thursday, Friday and Saturday will be above normal,” Tucson meteorologist Aaron Hardin said. “Friday we have a chance to match the record for Tucson, which would be the lowest record high in January at 78 degrees.”

Sunday will bring valley rain and mountain snow along with cooler temperatures and light winds continuing into early next week.

Mountain snow levels will be between 6,000 to 7,000 feet between Sunday and Tuesday, Hardin said.

“Those rain chances and snow chances will continue through Tuesday as the second weather system comes through, which will continue to lower temperatures,” Hardin said.

He said the rain could cause area washes across Tucson to start running again and said residents could notice a higher volume of running water in washes and water running across low-lying roads.

Arizona man arraigned in the District of New Mexico on mail and wire fraud indictment

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Alexander M.M. Uballez, United States Attorney for the District of New Mexico, and Raul Bujanda, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI Albuquerque Field Office, announced today that John Lopez was arraigned on a 27-count indictment charging him with 16 counts of wire fraud and 11 counts of mail fraud. Lopez, 71, of Flagstaff, Arizona, will remain on conditions of release pending trial, which has not been scheduled.A federal grand jury indicted Lopez on Dec. 20, 2022. According to the indictment and other court r...

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Alexander M.M. Uballez, United States Attorney for the District of New Mexico, and Raul Bujanda, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI Albuquerque Field Office, announced today that John Lopez was arraigned on a 27-count indictment charging him with 16 counts of wire fraud and 11 counts of mail fraud. Lopez, 71, of Flagstaff, Arizona, will remain on conditions of release pending trial, which has not been scheduled.

A federal grand jury indicted Lopez on Dec. 20, 2022. According to the indictment and other court records, Lopez was the founder and president of Personal Money Management Company (PMMCO), which ostensibly provided financial management services to clients, many of whom were retired or near retirement. Beginning in 2014, Lopez held himself out as an investment advisor with considerable expertise who could consistently and substantially beat the market average return on investment.

Lopez allegedly communicated to clients and prospective clients various false promises and misrepresentations related to his investment ability and strategy. As alleged in the indictment, Lopez falsely told clients and prospective clients that he could guarantee annual returns of 10 percent on their principal investment no matter how volatile the stock market might be, and that he could make an annualized 19.2-percent return on a retirement investment, in which clients would keep their initial principal investment as well. Lopez allegedly claimed that he had developed a computer program or algorithm that resulted in consistent and substantial above-average market returns on investments. He allegedly told clients and prospective clients that he would invest their money primarily in stocks and bonds, moving their money between those two investment instruments when market indicators or his computer algorithm told him to move them between the two.

From February 2014 through November 2021, Lopez received approximately $19.4 million from clients. During that same period, rather than invest primarily in stocks and bonds, Lopez allegedly purchased $13.3 million in precious metals, such as gold and silver. Lopez disbursed approximately $6.1 million to clients, which he allegedly represented as investment gains.

After securing client money, Lopez allegedly generated periodic account statements, purportedly showing substantial investment gains. For example, in November 2021, a client received a purported account statement reflecting that an investment of $200,000 with Lopez and PMMCO in 2016 had grown to $3,289,273, a 1,544-percent increase over an approximate five-year period. This growth calculation excluded a $565,000 withdrawal during 2021. In October 2021, those statements represented that PMMCO client account values were collectively worth approximately $39 million.

On Nov. 9 and 10, 2021, government agents seized PMMCO assets, mostly comprising precious metals, which were valued at less than $15 million.

Lopez allegedly continued to generate deceptive PMMCO account statements after the government seized PMMCO’s assets. On May 31, 2022, those statements represented PMMCO client account values worth approximately $49 million.

An indictment is only an allegation. A defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty. If convicted, Lopez faces up to 20 years in prison.

The FBI Albuquerque Field Office and the U.S. Marshals Service investigated this case. The U.S. Attorney’s Office is prosecuting the case.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office brought a separate civil forfeiture action on April 15, 2022, seeking to forfeit assets seized in November 2021. Litigation in the civil proceeding is ongoing.

Sister Wives’ Paedon Says Kody Robyn Is Reason Family Moved to Flagstaff: Her Son ‘Got Accepted to NAU’

Real talk. Sister Wives star Paedon Brown claimed his dad, Kody Bro...

Real talk. Sister Wives star Paedon Brown claimed his dad, Kody Brown, moved their family to Flagstaff, Arizona, because of fourth wife Robyn Brown.

During an interview with John Yates on Wednesday, January 11, the TLC personality, 24, noted that he had already moved away by the time that [the Brown family] left” Las Vegas. While discussing where to move to next, Paedon said the Browns weighed out several options.

“The option was several places in Utah where we were closer to family, a place in Wyoming where we’re a lot closer to family, but we still [don't] have civilization … and mom was like, ‘No, no, no. I’m not moving to Wyoming.’ And dad’s like, ‘OK. We have a few places in Utah,’” Paedon explained.

However, around the same time, Paedon said that’s when Robyn's son David Dayton Brown “got accepted to NAU [North Arizona University].”

“And I can’t promise anything. I can’t speak toward dad [sic], but the thought of, ‘Hey, Flagstaff, Arizona, is a good place to move,’ does not exist. Like there is no reason," Paedon said, adding that they have no family in the state. "And then dad decides we’re gonna move the entire family ‘cause Dayton got accepted to NAU. And therefore, Robyn said, ‘Well I can’t let my little boy go.’ So, she told dad.”

Despite his recollection of the decision behind the Flagstaff move, Paedon insisted that “Dayton had nothing to do with this” and that it was Robyn who decided that the whole family would "follow" Dayton.

“We did not get uprooted for Dayton, we got uprooted for dad’s favorite wife,” he clarified. “If Robyn knew how to clip an umbilical cord, Dayton would have been free.”

The Salt Lake City resident dropped several revelations throughout his live interview, from mentioning that Dayton, 22, is living in an RV near his mother’s home, to claiming that Meri Brown was Kody’s favorite wife, hinting that she lost her spot as his “No. 1” spouse after the catfish scandal, which happened just three months after Kody divorced her in order to legally marry Robyn.

The Brown family lived in Las Vegas for more than seven years before moving to Flagstaff in 2018. They sold their houses in their cul-de-sac in 2019. The initial plan was for Kody to build five separate houses on their Coyote Pass land in Arizona, which they purchased for $820,000. They have yet to break ground more than five years later because they still owe money on several parcels.

Kody and Robyn owe $6,711.77 in total for four out of the six parcels on the property, according to property tax records obtained by In Touch. Although they already paid off half of the property taxes for three of the parcels, one parcel is currently delinquent because no taxes were paid on the land in 2022. That section of land is currently accruing interest and is considered late on payment. The two owe $2351.62 for this parcel. As of January 12, 2023, there are no active building permits on Coyote Pass, In Touch can confirm.

Pine Canyon and Symmetry Realty to donate $22,600 to Sharon Manor, a Flagstaff nonprofit

Flagstaff, Ariz. (January 12, 2023) – Pine Canyon, a private master-planned golf course and residential community in Flagstaff, Ariz., will donate $22,600 to Sharon Manor Transitional Housing, a program of Housing Solutions of Northern Arizona. Funds were raised through a combination of Pine Canyon member support and donations from the Symmetry Realty Pine Canyon team.Throughout 2022, Symmetry Realty Brokerage Designated Broker and Sales Executive Deana Keck, Pine Canyon Sales Executives Brett Lee, and the Symmetry Realty...

Flagstaff, Ariz. (January 12, 2023) – Pine Canyon, a private master-planned golf course and residential community in Flagstaff, Ariz., will donate $22,600 to Sharon Manor Transitional Housing, a program of Housing Solutions of Northern Arizona. Funds were raised through a combination of Pine Canyon member support and donations from the Symmetry Realty Pine Canyon team.

Throughout 2022, Symmetry Realty Brokerage Designated Broker and Sales Executive Deana Keck, Pine Canyon Sales Executives Brett Lee, and the Symmetry Realty Brokerage teamed up with Homes for Good to empower local nonprofits in the Flagstaff community, contributing funds for every real estate transaction closed at Pine Canyon. Founded by realtor and Pine Canyon member Tim McBride in 2018, Homes for Good helps local nonprofits by using real estate activities like transactions, open houses, community partnerships, and direct donations to be a catalyst for change.

Located in Flagstaff, Sharon Manor is a 29-unit transitional housing program, combining longer-term, affordable housing with support services for survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual assault and their children experiencing homelessness. Sharon Manor combines safe, decent, and affordable housing with critical one-on-one case management, group trainings, community referrals, and an ongoing children’s program to help individuals and families impacted by violence to take life-changing steps toward self-reliance.

“Being able to give back to the town that I was born and raised in is an honor,” said Keck. “I love Flagstaff and am grateful for the wonderful work Devonna McLaughlin, Housing Solutions of Northern Arizona, and Sharon’s Manor are providing to our community.”

The $22,600 donation from Pine Canyon will help support Sharon Manor residents escape from abuse, begin to heal emotionally, and physically to build positive and healthy futures.

Pine Canyon Club is proudly managed by Troon Privé, the private club operations division of Troon. For more information on Pine Canyon, visit https://pinecanyon.net, or call (928)779-5700.

About Pine Canyon

Located adjacent to the Coconino National Forest, Pine Canyon is a more than 620-acre private, luxury golf course community in the high country of Flagstaff, Ariz. In addition to its 18-hole championship golf course, Pine Canyon boasts stunning views of the San Francisco Peaks, an award-winning 35,000-square-foot clubhouse, a second expansive recreation-focused amenity building, and a number of other family-oriented offerings. Real estate options at Pine Canyon include detached mountain cabins, paired homes, townhome trios and custom estate homes and homesites.

Pine Canyon is a development of Symmetry Companies, a residential and lifestyle company focused on creating member balance, and is also a member of the The True Life Companies. The True Life Companies is a strategic real estate investment and management firm composed of top-tier professionals with more than 200 years of combined industry experience in all facets of real estate acquisitions, development, management and homebuilding.

About Troon

Headquartered in Scottsdale, Ariz., Troon is the world’s largest golf and golf-related hospitality management company providing services at 750-plus locations, including 725-plus 18-hole equivalent golf courses around the globe. In addition to golf, Troon specializes in homeowner association management, private residence clubs, estate management and associated hospitality venues. Troon’s award-winning food and beverage division operates and manages 600-plus food and beverage operations located at golf resorts, private clubs, daily fee golf courses and recreational facilities. With properties located in 45-plus states and 30-plus countries, Troon’s family of brands includes Troon Golf, Troon Privé, Troon International, Indigo Sports, CADDIEMASTER, ClubUp, Cliff Drysdale Tennis, Peter Burwash International, True Club Solutions, RealFood Hospitality, Strategy and Design, Casa Verde Golf and ICON Management. For additional news and information, visit www.Troon.com.

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