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Vance Tewawina, a Camp Verde High School senior and the top golfer for the Cowboys, shot his lowest score in a two-day invitational to finish his career tied for 24th at the Division III state championships Saturday, May 14.

Camp Verde High School got up a run on the top team in the state in the fifth inning but could not make it hold up Saturday, May 7, giving up two runs on errors to end its baseball season with a 5-4 loss.

Alyssa Watkins looks to leave her track and field career Thursday, May 12, on top of the Camp Verde High School record books as well as Division IV in discus.

Cowboys never reached the top without winning a shootout or two.

Led by two-run home runs from senior pitcher Taya Smith and sophomore Jade Oium, Camp Verde High School won its third straight Section I softball title going away Friday, April 22.

Combined with a subsequent close call in a 3-2 baseball victory, CVHS has won its last four on the diamond over Sedona Red Rock High School. With a win Wednesday, April 27, at Tuba City High School, both Cowboys teams can clinch a bye through the first round of their Division IV state tournaments.

Camp Verde High School took a step closer to its third straight sectional softball title Friday, April 8, while a rainout put one more game between the CVHS baseball team and its first state playoff berth since 2013.

The secret is out on Hayden Uhler.

Most baseball or softball pitchers are fortunate if they throw one perfect game in an entire career.

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