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Seniors Auli Hanks, Holly Johnson, Yadira Romero and Sienna Duenas ended their careers at Bright Field for the Mingus Union High School girls soccer team with plenty to be happy about.

It is said that defense wins games, but when the offense does not hold up its end of the bargain, it complicates things.

The Mingus Union High School girls basketball team gave up just 37 points, but struggled on offense, falling 37-20 to visiting Bradshaw Mountain High School in 4A Grand Canyon Section play on Tuesday, Jan. 24.

Like a broken record, the Mingus Union High School boys soccer team continues to play the same tune game after game.

The Marauders [1-6-1, 1-2] lacked execution en route to their 3-0 loss to visiting Bradshaw Mountain High School on Jan. 17 at Bright Field.

The mix of experienced and inexperienced talent on the Mingus Union High School wrestling team has enjoyed a good season, learning and improving every week.

It competed at Camp Verde High School on Jan. 18. in a five-way dual meet.

Despite an improved defensive effort in the second half, the Mingus Union High School girls soccer team could not overcome a 3-1 halftime deficit en route to a 4-1 defeat to Thunderbird High School on Jan. 12.

In a game mostly disputed in the middle third of the field, the Marauders [5-5, 1-1] were beaten down the right sideline on a number of occasions during the first half that led to most of the visiting Chiefs’ chances.

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