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Clarkdale-Jerome School jumped on Camp Verde Middle School for five first-inning runs, scoring three more in the third to seal its second straight Verde Valley Athletic Association Small Schools Softball title Saturday, April 23.

Each of the three Camp Verde Little League teams in the Majors division share the same field for evening games at Butler Park.

While Clarkdale-Jerome School head baseball coach Jeremy Peters overcame ineligibility and other challenges to his roster to finish 6-2 in conference play, only a forfeit at Oak Creek School prevented head softball coach Joel Rosenberg’s team from going into the Verde Valley Conference tournament undefeated.

At the fifth annual Loven Family Run 10K, Cornville 42-year-old Brenda Williams was the fastest local in a field of 250 runners — a field expected to double Saturday, April 16, for the eighth annual Brian Mickelsen Memorial Run and Walk.

How does a girls soccer team go undefeated in its section, finish its regular season ranked third in the state, yet not get a single player on even its all-Section first team?

It wasn’t a costume party at Riverfront Park, nor a hallucination from the near-80 degree heat Saturday, April 2.

When the Verde Valley Conference baseball tournament comes to Camp Verde Middle School in three weeks, new head coach Bobby Justice hopes his host Cowboys will be in the strongest position to win it.

Camp Verde Elementary School fifth-grader Tori Black was named Most Outstanding Wrestler as her team, as well as the local middle school girls, won titles March 5 at the Arizona All-Girls Club Wrestling Championships.

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