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Camp Verde High School’s cross country team hosted its seventh Camp Verde Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 30.

Six schools participated, with three boys and two girls competing for the Cowboys.

Domination in the trenches propelled Camp Verde High School’s football team to a 21-14 Central Region win over Paradise Honors High School on Friday, Sept. 29.

The Cowboys [2-4, 1-2] entered the game plan with a plan to substitute its young linemen, who play on both sides of the ball, early and often to keep them fresh down the stretch.

It paid off.

Goals in the early stages of each half lifted the Camp Verde High School boys soccer team to a 3-0
win against Northland Preparatory Academy on Tuesday, Sept. 26.

Senior Nate Schultz’s second of the game finalized scoring with less than two minutes remaining in what was an offensive onslaught that still left something to be desired in the Cowboys’ [6-1, 1-0] Central Region opener.

Click here to read this week's Athlete Q&A with Camp Verde High School junior girls soccer player Brina Church.

Camp Verde High School’s girls soccer team cruised to a 6-0 win in its Central Region debut against visiting Payson High School on Thursday, Sept. 21.

The Cowboys [3-1, 1-0], who dominated possession throughout, were led by junior forwards Tyra Smith and Lupe Orta with two goals a piece. They have outscored their opponents 17-4 in their last five games.

The Camp Verde High School volleyball team lost 3-0 [14-25, 15-25, 14-25] to Bourgade Catholic High School on Thursday, Sept. 14.

The Cowboys [1-6] struggled to consistently put together strong attacks, but put the visiting Golden Eagles on their heels during spurts.

Camp Verde High School’s boys and girls soccer teams both had a successful week.

The girls team won four and drew once, two of the victories coming over Page High School by a combined score of 7-2. Junior Tyra Smith led the way with seven goals across the five games.

Camp Verde High School’s football team spent all week preparing for what Tonopah Valley High School was going to throw at them, giving up just eight first-half points at home on Friday, Sept. 22.

But the Cowboys [1-4, 0-2] were not ready for the halftime adjustments made by the Phoenix, giving up 26 more en route to a 36-0 Central Region defeat.

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