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Mike Hartman

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Flagstaff, AZ, United States

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Little League Roundup: WFLL Brick reaches winners bracket semis

The West Flagstaff Little League Brick Diamondbacks wanted to be aggressive at the plate entering Thursday's game against No. 1-seeded WFLL Black. → Read More

NAU Roundup: Tennis gets back key player as team sweeps doubleheader

A key senior made her return from injury and the Northern Arizona Lumberjacks women's tennis team swept its doubleheader at home Friday in the Aquatic and Tennis Complex. → Read More

Coconino Panthers win on first day of Pepsi tourney in Flagstaff

Coconino Panthers head coach Martin Reyes wasn't fully aware of who he was coaching against on the opening day of the Pepsi Holiday tournament at Sinagua Middle School. → Read More

NAU Roundup: Volleyball wins conference tourney title

A seasoned senior and freshman force helped No. 1-seeded Northern Arizona cap off an unblemished 2018 Big Sky Conference Championship tournament tittle run on Saturday, lifting the Lumberjacks over the → Read More

NAZ Elite This Week: Taylor goes all in for Vegas, and it pays off

It took a little luck getting to Las Vegas for Kellyn Taylor. Once she arrived, it was all skill, experience and fitness from there in order to win. → Read More

Dynasties and domination for Flagstaff-based XC teams, Page boys at state meet

Flagstaff Eagles head coach Trina Painter had an idea that Saturday's state cross country meet was going to be a battle, and it turned out to be quite the nail-biter. → Read More

Hall wins D-II state title for Flagstaff girls as team wins 4th straight team championship

Flagstaff Eagles junior transfer Hana Hall won an individual Division II state title on Saturday at the Cave Creek Golf Course, leading the girls team to a fourth straight team → Read More

Championship morning for NPA and FHS boys

The Northland Prep Academy boys cross country team repeated as Division IV state champions on Saturday at Cave Creek Golf Course in Phoenix to start the meet. Not long after, → Read More

Flagstaff sweeps Desert Edge, advances to 4A semifinals

Flagstaff Eagles head coach Beth Haglin looked at her smartwatch to check her heart rate during a marathon second set. It read 116 beats per minute. → Read More

NAU volleyball looking to keep sweeps coming

Northern Arizona’s bringing out the brooms. → Read More

Flagstaff volleyball, strong student section host St. Mary's for 1st round

One of Flagstaff's biggest assets this season has never stepped within the lines. → Read More

Too little, too late for NAU football in 38-28 loss to Cal Poly

Northern Arizona didn't want the narrative of facing Cal Poly to change too much, using a big second half to avoid a Homecoming beating on Saturday. → Read More

Legend leaves Coconino wrestling

When the Coconino Panthers enter the 2018-19 wrestling season, they'll be without a legend who's established himself as one of the best coaches in the state of Arizona. → Read More

Coconino football uses slew of runners, big stops to beat Flagstaff, 24-10

It took a real team effort for the Coconino Panthers to repeat as city champions. → Read More

NAU roundup: Volleyball overpowers Sacramento State in 3-0 home win

Northern Arizona has been showing opponents things have changed since the start of the Big Sky Conference schedule. → Read More

NAZ Elite on break after 5 runners take on 3 different races

NAZ Elite runners are taking a break from racing following a busy weekend that saw five of the team's athletes compete in three different races and bring home four top-10 → Read More

Flagstaff volleyball cruises to 3-0 win over Coconino

If Gracelyn Nez had any issues communicating during her first crosstown rivalry volleyball match, she just let her hits do the talking. → Read More

Suns wrap up camp in Flagstaff feeling good about chemistry, communication

Communication has been used often and throughout the Phoenix Suns camp in Flagstaff, but it's been a point of emphasis off the court as well on. → Read More

Short-handed NAU falls in 5 sets to Idaho State, opens conference on loss

Missing two key players, the Northern Arizona Lumberjacks dropped their Big Sky Conference opener in five sets to the Idaho State Bengals at home Thursday in the Rolle Activity Center. → Read More

NAU volleyball, at home for the weekend, sticking with style

The Northern Arizona Lumberjacks volleyball team has style. → Read More