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Marana QB Joplin “keeping positive attitude” despite suffering potential season-ending injury

Marana senior quarterback Elijah Joplin, one of the top returning players at his position in the state, suffered a broken orbital bone around an eye during a recent 7-on-7 game and that may sideline him this fall.“I am doing well,” Joplin wrote in a text message. “Not sure if I’ll be able to play sports this year but keeping a positive attitude.”Joplin, also a member of the Tigers’ basketball team, had a breakout season last year at quarterback for Phillip Steward&rsq...

Marana senior quarterback Elijah Joplin, one of the top returning players at his position in the state, suffered a broken orbital bone around an eye during a recent 7-on-7 game and that may sideline him this fall.

“I am doing well,” Joplin wrote in a text message. “Not sure if I’ll be able to play sports this year but keeping a positive attitude.”

Joplin, also a member of the Tigers’ basketball team, had a breakout season last year at quarterback for Phillip Steward’s team.

A 6-foot-1 and 180-pound standout with an accurate arm, he completed 194 of 279 passes for 2,658 yards with 30 touchdowns and seven interceptions. He also rushed for 11 touchdowns while compiling 173 yards on 76 carries.

Following a 338-yard, five-touchdown passing performance last September against Flowing Wells, Joplin earned an Ed Doherty Award nomination medallion. That made him eligible for voting for the Ed Doherty Award, presented to the state’s player of the year.

“As of now, he is out until they can run further tests,” mentioned Steward, who went 7-3 in his first season as Marana’s coach. “I believe he will be back.”

If Joplin misses all of the football season, Steward could turn to versatile athlete Sam Brown at quarterback. Brown, a 6-foot and 175-pound senior, played that position his freshman season under former coach Louie Ramirez.

He completed 78 of 166 pass attempts for 809 yards with three touchdowns and 12 interceptions.

Brown was also an Ed Doherty Award nominee after his 14 receptions for 178 yards in the Tigers’ 36-35 comeback win over Sunnyside last October.

He finished as one of the state’s top receivers last season with 883 yards on 52 receptions with nine touchdowns. He also was a standout defensive back with 65 tackles, five for loss, with five interceptions and three fumble recoveries.

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.

Little League: Oro Valley over Tucson Mountain in Minors Division; Updated schedule

Oro Valley beat Tucson Mountain 22-12 Tuesday night at Curtis Park to advance in the Elimination Bracket of the District 5 9-11 Baseball Division. Oro Valley (1-1) will face the loser of CDO and Canyon View Thursday night in another elimination game.CDO (0-0) and Canyon View (1-0) are set to play Tuesday night with Canyon View beating Marana 22-0 in the late game Tuesday night. Marana (0-1) will play in an elimination game on Thursday against the loser of Thornydale (1-0) and Western (1-0).Tucson Mountain (0-2) will play in a c...

Oro Valley beat Tucson Mountain 22-12 Tuesday night at Curtis Park to advance in the Elimination Bracket of the District 5 9-11 Baseball Division. Oro Valley (1-1) will face the loser of CDO and Canyon View Thursday night in another elimination game.

CDO (0-0) and Canyon View (1-0) are set to play Tuesday night with Canyon View beating Marana 22-0 in the late game Tuesday night. Marana (0-1) will play in an elimination game on Thursday against the loser of Thornydale (1-0) and Western (1-0).

Tucson Mountain (0-2) will play in a consolation game Friday night.

Tucson Mountain led Oro Valley 10-3 in the top of the second inning but Oro Valley scored four runs in their half of the second and then five more in the third to take control of the game at 12-10. Tucson Mountain tied things up with two runs in the fourth inning but Oro Valley responded with 10 runs the rest of the way, forcing a run-rule situation after the fifth inning with the 22-12 victory.

For Oro Valley, Luke Sanborn went 2 for with 2 walks and a double; Tony Rademacher walked; Colby Pavone scored twice; Tyler Rademacher walked twice; Rogelio Willis had an RBI double and an RBI triple; Jeremy Spruce had an infield single and 3 RBI; Derek Franks had 2 RBI; Brooklyn Brewer had an RBI single; Roman Aguirre scored as did Liam Michel, Bryce Bridges and Kai Michel.

Liam Michel got the start for Oro Valley and he got 3 strikeouts, Cedar Yount also saw some action and he collected 7 strikeouts for the win. Franks picked up 2 strikeouts to close the game out in the fifth.

For Tucson Mountain, Reyes Alvarez went 2 for 4 with an RBI; Emory Saylor had a single; Martin Ayala had a double; Juvian Cordova scored; Andrew Armenta walked; Isaiah Gutierrez went 2 for 3 with a triple and 2 RBI; Isaiah Rocha had an RBI single; Elyseo Cepero had a single and Angel Rodriguez scored.

Alvarez started for Tucson Mountain and he had 5 strikeouts; Saylor took the mound and he gave way to Gutierrez who picked up 2 strikeouts; Ayala and Cepero also pitched for Tucson Mountain.

TUESDAY, JUNE 21

D-5 BASEBALL 8-10: MEHL 2Tanque Verde 13, Flowing Wells 8Tucson Mountain 16, Thornydale 9

D-5 BASEBALL 9-11: CURTIS 2Oro Valley 22, Tucson Mountain 12 (5)Canyon View 22, Marana 0

D-5 BASEBALL 10-12: ORA MAE 2Oro Valley 7, Thornydale 0Canyon View 12, Flowing Wells 0

D-5 SOFTBALL 8-10: ARTHUR PACK 2Thornydale 14, Continental Ranch 3

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22

D-5 BASEBALL 8-10: MEHL 2Western vs. Continental Ranch, 5 p.m. (Elimination)Flowing Wells vs. Thornydale, 7:30 p.m. (Elimination)

D-5 BASEBALL 9-11: CURTIS 2Canyon del Oro vs. Canyon View, 5 p.m.Thornydale vs. Western, 7:30 p.m.

D-5 BASEBALL 10-12: ORA MAE 2Tucson Mountain vs. Oro Valley, 5 p.m. (Elimination)Western vs. Flowing Wells, 7 p.m. (Elimination)

D-5 SOFTBALL 8-10: ARTHUR PACK 2Tucson Mountain vs. Continental Ranch, 6:30 p.m. (Elimination)

D-12 SOFTBALL JUNIORS: FILED OF DREAMS 3Southwestern vs. Sunnyside, 6:30 p.m.

THURSDAY, JUNE 23

D-5 BASEBALL 8-10: MEHL 2Oro Valley vs. Canyon View, 5 p.m.Tanque Verde vs. Tucson Mountain, 7:30 p.m.

D-5 BASEBALL 9-11: CURTIS 2Marana vs. TBD, 5 p.m. (Elimination)Oro Valley vs. TBD, 7:30 p.m. (Elimination)

D-5 BASEBALL 10-12: ORA MAE 2CDO vs. Canyon View, 5 p.m.Marana vs. Continental Ranch, 7:30 p.m.

D-5 SOFTBALL 8-10: ARTHUR PACK 2Thornydale vs. TBD, 6:30 p.m. (Championship)

D-12 SOFTBALL 10-12: FIELD OF DREAMS 3Sunnyside vs. Randolph, 7:45 p.m.

FRIDAY, JUNE 24

D-5 SOFTBALL 10-12: ARTHUR PACK 2Marana vs. Thornydale, 6:30 p.m.

D-5 BASEBALL 10-12: ORA MAE 1Thornydale vs. TBD, 5 p.m. (Consolation)

D-5 BASEBALL 50/70: ARTHUR PACK 5Tanque Verde vs. Thornydale, 6:30 p.m.

D-12 BASEBALL 9-11: FIELD OF DREAMS 1Cactus vs. Copper Hills, 5:15 p.m.Los Ninos vs. Sunnyside, 7:45 p.m.

D-12 JUNIOR BASEBALL: JESSE OWENSRandolph vs. Empire, 5 p.m.Sunnyside vs. Copper Hills, 7:45 p.m.

D-12 SOFTBALL 10-12: FIELD OF DREAMS 3Copper Hills vs. TBD, 5:15 p.,.

SATURDAY, JUNE 25

D-5 SOFTBALL 10-12: ARTHUR PACK 2Marana vs. Thornydale, 6:30 p.m.

D-5 BASEBALL 50/70: ARTHUR PACK 5Western vs. TBD, 6:30 p.m.

D-12 BASEBALL 8-10: PURPLE HEART 4Cactus vs. Copper Hills, 5:15 p.m.Southwestern vs. Rincon, 7:45 p.m.

D-12 BASEBALL 9-11: FIELD OF DREAMS 1Rincon vs. TBD, 5:15 p.m.Randolph vs. TBD, 7:45 p.m.

D-12 JUNIOR BASEBALL: JESSE OWENSCactus vs. TBD, 5 p.m.Southwestern vs. TBD, 7:45 p.m.

D-12 SOFTBALL 8-10: FIELD OF DREAMS 3Southwestern vs. Sunnyside, 5:15 p.m.

MONDAY, JUNE 27

D-5 SOFTBALL JUNIORS: ARTHUR PACK 4Marana vs. Thornydale, 6:30 p.m.

D-12 BASEBALL 10-12: FIELD OF DREAMS 1Randolph vs. Copper Hills, 6:30 p.m.

D-12 SOFTBALL 8-10: FIELD OF DREAMS 3Copper Hills vs. TBD, 7:45 p.m.

TUESDAY, JUNE 28

D-5 SOFTBALL JUNIORS: ARTHUR PACK 4Marana vs. Thornydale, 6:30 p.m.

D-12 BASEBALL 8-10: PURPLE HEART 4Empire vs. TBD, 5:15 p.m.Sunnyside vs. TBD, 7:45 p.m.

D-12 BASEBALL 10-12: FIELD OF DREAMS 1Rincon vs. Sunnyside, 5:15 p.m.Empire vs. Cactus, 7:45 p.m.

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29

D-12 BASEBALL 10-12: FIELD OF DREAMS 1Southwestern vs. TBD, 5:15 p.m.

D-12 SOFTBALL 9-11: DREAMS FIELDS 3Randolph vs. Rincon, 5:15 p.m.

DISTRICT CHAMPIONS

D-12 BASEBALL 50/70: SUNNYSIDE

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

DPS seize over 70 pounds of fentanyl pills near Marana

A New River man is accused of driving a truck along Interstate 10 with 37 pounds of fentanyl pills hidden inside, police said.MARANA, Ariz. — The Arizona Department of Public Safety has arrested two men accused of transporting more than 70 pounds of fentanyl pills along Interstate 10 near Marana.On Thursday, state troopers stopped a pickup truck near milepost 231 and discovered 34 pounds of fentanyl pills inside the vehicle. DPS arrested the truck's driver, 30-year-old Mario Osuna of California, for drug charges.As...

A New River man is accused of driving a truck along Interstate 10 with 37 pounds of fentanyl pills hidden inside, police said.

MARANA, Ariz. — The Arizona Department of Public Safety has arrested two men accused of transporting more than 70 pounds of fentanyl pills along Interstate 10 near Marana.

On Thursday, state troopers stopped a pickup truck near milepost 231 and discovered 34 pounds of fentanyl pills inside the vehicle. DPS arrested the truck's driver, 30-year-old Mario Osuna of California, for drug charges.

As a result of this stop, DPS investigators obtained a warrant to search another vehicle allegedly driven by Kevin Valdez, 27, of New River, Ariz.

The second truck allegedly had 37 pounds of fentanyl pills, 8 pounds of methamphetamine, 7 pounds of heroin, and 4.95 pounds of an unknown substance, DPS said.

Valdez was also taken into custody on suspicion of transporting narcotic drugs for sale.

The estimated value of the drugs seized from both trucks is over $1.7 million.

Police departments throughout Arizona have been cracking down on distributors of fentanyl pills in recent months as the narcotic becomes more profitable for drug cartels.

DPS Director Heston Silbert said the increasing presence of fentanyl pills in Arizona has become a major public safety issue.

"We have a new drug, and this one - in my opinion - is to an extent more insidious, because it's more subtle," Silbert said. "A pill doesn't have the stigma that, say, a needle or a glass pipe has. It doesn't take a lot for somebody to put a pill in their mouth."

ARIZONA STATE TROOPERS SEIZE OVER $1.7M IN ILLEGAL DRUGS NEAR MARANARead more ➡️: https://t.co/4CZCnQgggo#BluePillsKill #AZTroopers #CourteousVigilance pic.twitter.com/IQxfYK9CGV

— Dept. of Public Safety (@Arizona_DPS) November 6, 2021

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Marana celebrates Founders’ Day March 19

The 2022 Marana Founders’ Day will be celebrated Saturday, March 19. from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at 11555 W. Civic Center Drive.Below are the events, exhibits and performances scheduled to be part of the celebration:PARADEThe parade theme this year is “My Favorite Things (About Marana)!”Jennifer North Morris of Marana High School (Ms. NoMo) is the parade grand marshal. She has lived in Marana for 19 years and is proud to be part of the Marana community as a teacher, parent, and neighbor. She joine...

The 2022 Marana Founders’ Day will be celebrated Saturday, March 19. from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at 11555 W. Civic Center Drive.

Below are the events, exhibits and performances scheduled to be part of the celebration:

PARADE

The parade theme this year is “My Favorite Things (About Marana)!”

Jennifer North Morris of Marana High School (Ms. NoMo) is the parade grand marshal. She has lived in Marana for 19 years and is proud to be part of the Marana community as a teacher, parent, and neighbor. She joined the mathematics team at Marana High School seven years ago.

It is recommended that you arrive early on Marana Main Street and the surrounding vicinity to get a great spot to watch the parade. The best locations will be along Marana Main Street and along West Civic Center Drive.

If you want to be in the parade, sign up HERE.

CAR SHOW PRESENTED BY OBSESSIONS CAR CLUB

Obsessions Car Club started as a way for friends to get together in a casual car-loving environment without the exclusivity and requirements of other car clubs. They have grown significantly since but still live by those values. Meeting new people and connecting with old friends is what they love most about their events.

MUSIC PERFORMANCES

11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.: Good Trouble (Classic Rock)

1:30-2 p.m.: Tucson Chinese Cultural Center (Dragon Dance)

2-4 p.m.: Freddy Parish & His Band (Country, Old Time, Bluegrass)

HISTORIC MARANA EXHIBITS

Stop by the Marana Community Center’s Crafting-for-a-Cause booth to enjoy a Historic Marana Craft Wall and other exhibits in the event courtyard.

ARTISAN MARKET AND EXHIBITORS

Support small businesses and buy art, crafts, goods and wares from Artisan Market vendors and exhibitors.

CORNHOLE TOURNAMENTS AND GAMES

Enjoy family-friendly fun and games. Enter the Founders’ Day Corn Hole Tournament for a chance to win prizes, play lawn games, and try your luck at FC Tucson’s soccer inflatable and Tucson Roadrunner’s hockey inflatable. Sign up for cornhole HERE.

CREATION STATION PRESENTED BY LUCKY CAT SOCIAL ART

Join the ladies at Lucky Cat for no-cost crafting at the Creation Station to paint your very own “sunflower” pot. They also will have an option for little ones with their “cotton ball” painted pot.

CHALK ART ALLEY

Kids of all ages can enjoy the opportunity to create their own masterpieces in a designated square. Chalk will be provided on-site. By the end of the event, stroll through the patchwork walkway of art.

BOUNCY FUN AND GAMES

The Family Fun Zone features inflatables such as bouncing castles, obstacle courses and attractions for all ages.

FOOD TRUCKS

Twenty food trucks will provide dining options for everyone.

Featuring: Al Gusto Coffee Co, DC Jumbie Latin Caribbean Food Truck, Fork N Fire, Greater Faith International Church (BBQ), Haus of Brats, Heavy Kettle Corn, Jackie’s Food Court, Just Churros, Marana Heritage Conservancy, Meatball Madness, Ricuras de Venezuela, Ry’s Snacks, Romero’s Sonoran Hotdogs, Smokin’ Monster BBQ, Sweet Sensations Ice Cream & Candy, Tucson Kona Ice, Tuxson Tacos & Sunset Sammies and Soups, and West Coast Trolley.

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Marana farmer warns skyrocketing input costs will trickle down to consumers

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) - If you think the price of food is high now, wait until next year. That’s the warning from one Marana farmer.You may recognize him from Marana Town Council and the Marana Pumpkin Patch & Farm Festival, but Jon Post grows more than pumpkins.“Cotton, wheat, corn, hay,” Post said.Thursday morning, his employees were busy planting this year’s wheat crop. The owner of Post Farms has been work...

TUCSON, Ariz. (KOLD News 13) - If you think the price of food is high now, wait until next year. That’s the warning from one Marana farmer.

You may recognize him from Marana Town Council and the Marana Pumpkin Patch & Farm Festival, but Jon Post grows more than pumpkins.

“Cotton, wheat, corn, hay,” Post said.

Thursday morning, his employees were busy planting this year’s wheat crop. The owner of Post Farms has been working in the agriculture industry for decades.

“This is probably without a doubt the highest prices that I have seen for input in my 30 years,” he said.

Take nitrogen fertilizer, for example. Post says the price has more than doubled from the same time last year, costing him tens of thousands of dollars more.

Crop consultant, Ben Hoyler, explains why.

“One of the main reasons is the tariffs we put on the European shipments to the United States. They don’t send it here because of the tariffs, so that makes it short here,” said Hoyler. “The other reason is natural gas has skyrocketed, and that’s what they make the nitrogen with – the liquid nitrogen.”

Hoyler says China is also not exporting nitrogen like it used to.

It’s not just fertilizer and Roundup that have jumped in price.

“Fuel prices have escalated,” said Post. “We use about 2,500 gallons of diesel every day. So, that’s been expensive.”

Tractor parts and tires have also gone up.

“But when you can’t even get it, when you can’t get that tire, then that tractor is unusable,” said Post. “So, you spend $200,000 to buy a tractor that you can’t use. It’s really starting an avalanche of impact of everything we do.”

Post believes this may mean some farmers don’t plant certain crops this year, creating a bigger supply issue. However, he says it’s not the growers you should feel sorry for.

“The price of food is only going to escalate from here,” he said.

Post is worried about a ‘pandemic of nutrition,’ especially for American families living in poverty.

“Just to make sure the shelves are full I think is the goal now, just to make sure that we can feed the world,” Post said.

Post is calling on the federal government to get involved. He wants to see policies that reduce tariffs and keep fertilizer in the US; instead of sending it overseas to the highest bidder.

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