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Bella Marino - Class of 2016, Saguaro High School

Bella’s session was so unique and just beautiful. Her love for her horses is energizing and we made sure to incorporate a lot of that into our session together! 49 more words

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Bordow: Matthews unlikely MVP for Saguaro

TUCSON – On a team of future Division I players, Scottsdale Saguaro running back Stone Matthews doesn’t stand out.

He’s 5-foot-10 and 180 pounds. He’s not particularly fast and his running style is brutality at its most basic: Bounce off tacklers until someone finally brings him down. 695 more words

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Saguaro's football team finding strength through adversity

Adversity has hit Scottsdale Saguaro hard this football season, but coach Jason Mohns believes in the end it will make his team stronger.

Last week, second-ranked (Division II) Saguaro (7-2) was without two of its top-recruited players — defensive backs/receiver Byron Murphy and KJ Jarrell — in a 58-14 homecoming victory over Glendale Deer Valley. 325 more words

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Saguaro's goal remains same in Division II

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Saguaro's football factory: Julian Carter latest to commit

Scottsdale Saguaro’s football factory keeps producing college players.

Senior wide receiver Julian Carter, whose recruiting didn’t take off until after he transferred to Saguaro for the spring semester, is the latest to commit to a major football powerhouse. 601 more words

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