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Pima women’s win streak snapped

Citizen Staff Report

Citizen Staff Report

The No. 5-ranked Pima Community College women’s basketball team saw its 15-game winning streak end Wednesday in Coolidge with an 83-57 loss at No. 2 Central Arizona.

Tia Morrison led Pima with 13 points.

“We played hard tonight, but not smart,” said coach Todd Holthaus in a news release. “We will take this game and learn from it as we have another big game on Saturday.”

The Aztecs (20-4) host Chandler-Gilbert at 2 p.m. Saturday.

Pima men’s basketball

Pima dropped to 9-16 with a 96-68 loss at Central Arizona on Wednesday.

Terrence Hill (Rincon/University) and Shannon Doctor (Sierra Vista Buena) each scored 16 for the Aztecs, who host Chandler-Gilbert at 4 p.m. Saturday.

Pima baseball

The Aztecs swept a doubleheader from New Mexico Military Institute on Wednesday, winning 12-2 and 12-6 in Las Cruces, N.M.

Brody Wing earned the win in the first game for Pima, while Richie Sandoval (Amphi) took the win in the second one out of the bullpen.

P.J. Ortega (Tucson High) had two hits and three RBIs in the opener.

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