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The Benson Bobcats had a great varsity baseball team this year. Made it to the state finals in their conference. One of those players that made it such a success was outfielder Antonio Rigney, and he's signed his intent to play for Hastings College in Nebraska.

The Broncos are gaining one of Benson’s best players this year. Antonio had a .574 on-base percentage, and once on base he was a threat, compiling 31 stolen bases. He was solid at the plate with a .458 average, 44 hits, and 13 runs batted in.

I spoke with Broncos head coach Joel Schipper about his new recruit.

"We are extremely excited with the signing of Antonio. He holds all the physical abilities - speed, bat, glove - to have great success at the next level. On top of that he is the ultimate competitor and will do whatever is necessary to help his team win. We could not be happier Antonio is a Bronco!"

Read the full story here: https://www.myheraldreview.com/a/socoactive/sports/benson-s-antonio-rigney-signs-with-hastings-college/article_9eaa68b6-db91-11ec-b180-abf86eca769b.html
Congrats to 2022 AIA 2A Conference Offensive Baseball Player of the Year, Wyatt Wilharm, of our Benson Bobcats! A .598 batting average this season, with 58 hits, and 50 ribs.
In today's paper I filed a story on Benson's newest business King Music Supply/Five Seventeen.

The new shop has three businesses in one, the music store run by Scott Sr. a tattoo shop run by junior, and Kreps as artist of a custom press-on nail boutique.

“My dad, he’s always wanted me to open a tattoo shop and was willing to fund me, but I wanted him to be a part of it, so I brought up the idea of selling musical supplies,” Scott Jr. said about starting the business. “He liked it, and I’m loving it a lot.”

“We plan to sell Just about anything to do with music.” Scott Sr. said. “We want to carry orchestra instruments of all types, horns, trumpets, guitars, amps, strings, things like that. I want to offer guitar lessons too.”

Full story here: https://www.myheraldreview.com/news/benson/kings-of-music-ink-and-nails/article_91bd972e-d2d4-11ec-ac24-0b30796fd88e.html
SIERRA VISTA − The Buena Boys Volleyball team won their final match of the regular season, defeating Tucson Sunnyside 3-1 Thursday.

The Colts finished seventh in the 5A Southern Region with a 7-10 overall record, 2-6 in region.

Buena is bound for a first-round state play-in match against the Gilbert Campo Verde Coyotes on May 3. The Coyotes are ranked fifth in the 5A San Tan Region and have an 8-10 record.

Set-by-set report of their final regular season match: https://www.myheraldreview.com/a/socoactive/sports/buena-boys-volleyball-ends-regular-season-with-win-gets-playoff-spot/article_c887cb3e-c8b2-11ec-a534-0771d383de6f.html

Video of final points of the match.