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May the end of your Monday be filled with joy.
"Hi guys, it's me!" is probably not the way our publisher would want a video introduced.

It's me, reporter for Herald/Review media, roving the county assisting writers with imagery and finding stories of my own. It's like, like, well, like months since I started here. I've met some amazing people and heard some cool stories.

Hey, did you know Billy the Kid killed his first person right here in Cochise county? I didn't.

I learned this while on assignment with Karen Schaffner who is working on a Heritage Festival project. Check out video of what I learned. The ranchers is owner of O Bar O Ranch Tim Robinson.

Here's my off-assignment report:
The school Tennis season is just wrapping up. In today's paper [April 27, 2022] we feature the Willcox Cowboys/Cowgirls tennis team.

We follow the team on Senior Night and reveal how this tennis team in a small town in Cochise County can attract more than 30 athletes to its ranks. Numbers like that you'd expect from a baseball or football team, but there's something special happening in Willcox Arizona.

Check out my feature on this special group of tennis players.

https://www.myheraldreview.com/a/socoactive/sports/winning-becomes-second-nature-for-willcox-tennis-teams/article_793458ce-c59a-11ec-aee9-3ffdcb1e2dab.htm
The Buena varsity softball team took on the Sahuarita Mustangs in what ended up being a 13-0 road loss on Monday.

The Colts faced some tough pitching by Sahuarita's McKaylaFackler, who kept Buena to just three hits.Buena drops 10-9 overall and 1-4 in 5A Southern Section play.

Check out my inning-by-inning report on Monday's game in the Wednesday issue at myheraldreview.com

Just a few games ago I spoke asked Colts coach Mike Tomooka about overcoming losses and focusing on the next game. “After a loss you’re concerned about resilience.” he said. And they'll need that resilience with a heavy schedule this week.

The Colts have a home game on Tuesday, April 12, against Tucson Desert View. Then travel to Tucson to play against Sunnyside on Thursday, April 14. On Friday, April 15, the travel to Marana to face the Tigers.

Look for a wrap-up of those games this weekend in the Herald/Review.

Check out this video and see what kind of pressure the Colts face form opposing dugouts. The heat is on from the Rio Rico dugout!