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Past articles by Karl:

Turnovers help Durango to win over Aztec

DURANGO – After last week’s 3-0 overtime win against Delta, Colo., Durango High School head football coach David Vogt said the Demons’ defense might be what the team relies on in 2017. The team's defense provided again, coming up with four turnovers to help Durango to a 35-14 win against Aztec tonight at DHS. But it was the Demons’ offense, particularly their running game, that highlighted the… → Read More

Athletic department secretary retiring after 19 years at PV

Linda Crabtree, the face of Piedra Vista athletics, is retiring after 19 years at the school. → Read More

Hoots keep rolling, send Legends home from CMWS

The Danville Hoots moved into the final three of the Connie Mack World Series with a 10-5 win over the Florida Legends. → Read More

Foster families face new challenges, see same result

The foster family program at the Connie Mack World Series faced some new challenges with changes to the tourney's format, but saw great results. → Read More

East Cobb bats explode in 17-14 win over D-BAT

The East Cobb Yankees came back from a 12-1 deficit to eliminated D-BAT 17 from the Connie Mack World Series with a 17-14 victory. → Read More

ClubSox bounced from CMWS with 9-5 loss to D-BAT Elite

The 4-C ClubSox were eliminated from the Connie Mack World Series with a 9-5 loss to D-BAT Elite at Ricketts Park. → Read More

Flamm fans nine on way to 2-0 Midland win

Midland picked up a 2-0 win over D-BAT 17 behind a stellar performance from pitcher Lane Flamm. → Read More

Renegades rally, eliminate Nashville in Game 6 of CMWS

SoCal battles back from 5-1 deficit to stay alive in Connie Mack World Series FARMINGTON — The Southern California Renegades staved off elimination from the Connie Mack World Series today with a dramatic come-from-behind victory over the Nashville Knights. After digging themselves into a 5-1 deficit after three innings, the Renegades battled back to top the Knights 10-7 in Game 6 of the series… → Read More

Midland downs ClubSox 9-1 in Game 1

The Midland Redskins dominated the host team 4-C ClubSox in a 9-1 win tonight at Ricketts Park. → Read More

Legends roll past SoCal in Game 4

The Florida Legends scored six runs in the sixth inning to topple the Southern California Renegades 8-0 at Ricketts Park. → Read More

D-BAT 17 holds off Bombers in CMWS pool play

D-BAT 17 got a brilliant pitching performance from Jacob Burton to earn a 2-1 win over the Connecticut Bombers. → Read More

Midland, Southern Nevada have strong starts to CMWS

The Midland Redskins and Southern Nevada Baseball got off to good starts, posting shutout wins in pool play at the Connie Mack World Series. → Read More

Frackers win Stan Musial World Series

The Farmington Frackers won the Stan Musial World Series, going undefeated in the week-long tourney in Seattle. → Read More

Frackers rally late, move to 2-0 at Stan Musial WS

The Farmington Frackers have had slow starts in both of their games at the Stan Musial World Series, but are 2-0 thanks to seventh inning surges. → Read More

Walther, Watchman choose Haskell hoops

Bloomfield's Destiny Walther and Kara Watchman signed letters of intent to play basketball for Haskell Indian Nations University. → Read More

ClubSox rolling through first half of City Tourney

The ClubSox are rolling through the City Tourney with catcher Andrew Caliendo taking on an unconventional role. → Read More

Naa'taanii DQ'd from City Tourney

Naa'taanii has been disqualified from the Connie Mack City Tournament. → Read More

Neil takes charge as new KC athletic director

Keith Neil has been named the athletic director at Kirtland Central and hopes to renew the enthusiasm around Broncos athletics. → Read More

Frackers dominant through first half of season

The Farmington Frackers have been nearly unbeatable this season, winning 20 of their first 21 games. → Read More

Eric Stovall named new AD at Shiprock High

Eric Stovall has been named the athletic director at Shiprock High School, making him the fourth AD in as many years. → Read More