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Camp Verde High School’s football team was unable to keep up with visiting Parker High School’s offense and athleticism in a 40-14 loss on Friday, Oct. 13.

The Broncs opened a 24-6 advantage at halftime through its complicated offense, which Cowboys head coach Jerry Rhoades said presented problems to his defense.

Click here to read the latest Athlete Q&A, this week with Camp Verde High School boys soccer senior Joseph Jones.

Camp Verde High School’s boys soccer team played against two weaker opponents from Conference 2A last week, but maintained its focus on improving.

The Cowboys [8-1, 3-0] have had trouble finishing their opportunities against tougher opponents. They used their latest two victories, which were both in the Central Region, to work on it.

For 65 and a half minutes the Camp Verde High School girls soccer team held defending Conference 2A champion Chino Valley High School scoreless.

The Cowboys [3-3, 1-2] had at least a tie at their fingertips after going up 1-0 but conceded a goal off of a quick turnover nearly 20 minutes later.

Finally the defense that was holding on by a fingernail broke with one minute left, and the hosts fell 2-1 at home on Tuesday, Oct. 3.

A lack of consistency in all facets of the game saw Camp Verde High School’s volleyball team to a 0-3 defeat [11-25, 16-25, 8-25] at home in a nonleague match to 3A Chino Valley High School on Wednesday, Sept. 27.

The Cowboys [1-7, 1-1 Central Region] showed flashes of continuity in attack and defense. But they also allowed lopsided scoring runs to the Cougars.

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.

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.

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