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Scott, Foles expected to battle for Cats QB spot

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Practice starts March 4

With the starting quarterback job up for grabs, the Arizona football team will begin spring practice March 4.

Sophomore Matt Scott is expected to battle sophomore redshirt Nick Foles, a former Michigan State player, for the QB spot.

The Wildcats’ tentative spring schedule, announced Tuesday, will include an NCAA-allotted 15 workouts.

Practices on March 4, 6, 7, 11, 12, 23 and 30, and April 1, 3, 6 and 8 are closed to the public. Saturday scrimmages at Arizona Stadium on March 28 and April 4 are open to the public, with times to be announced.

Citizen Staff Report

Junior college baseball

Citizen Staff Report

Sahuaro grad’s no-hitter lifts PCC over Yavapai

Sahuaro High School grad Mike Lachapelle threw a no-hitter to lead the Pima Community College baseball team over No. 18 Yavapai 8-0 Tuesday.

Pima lost the second game of the doubleheader 6-3.

Lachapelle (1-0) struck out five in the first game, getting two hits each from Pepito Moreno (Sunnyside), Jesus Vega (Amphi) and Justin Zumwalde (Sabino).

Kody Johnson (Cienega) hit his fourth homer of the season in the second game for the Aztecs (7-3, 3-1).

NFL scouting combine

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Ex-Cats Thomas, Britton heading to Indianapolis

Former UA receiver Mike Thomas and offensive tackle Eben Britton will be among the 332 invited college players at the NFL scouting combine, which begins Wednesday in Indianapolis.

The players will begin a battery of physical, medical and psychological tests for the league’s 32 teams. Players are tested in groups according to their position, and typically stay three days.

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