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Pima softball

The No. 12-ranked Aztecs (43-7) swept visiting Arizona Western in a doubleheader Tuesday, winning 2-0 and 8-6.

Chelsea Evanoff (Sabino High School) earned the win in the first game to improve to 17-2, while Jordan Trujillo (Sierra Vista Buena, 11-2) picked up the win in the nightcap.

Logan Hall (Sahuaro) had a combined 5 for 7 at the plate on the day with two doubles and two RBIs.

The Aztecs visit No. 2 Yavapai College for a doubleheader starting at noon Saturday in Prescott.

Pima baseball

Pima dropped a pair of one-run games to host Scottsdale on Tuesday, losing 5-4 and 2-1.

Kody Johnson (Cienega) hit a home run in each game for Pima (20-15-1), which hosts Glendale for a doubleheader starting at noon on Saturday.

Pima men’s tennis

The Aztecs are 4-4 after a 5-4 win over visiting Glendale on Tuesday. The Aztecs won four of the six singles matches, led by a 6-2, 6-0 victory from Nolan Alexander at No. 1.

Pima women’s tennis

Pima improved to 7-4 with a 5-3 win at Glendale on Tuesday. Ali Brackey won 6-4, 7-5 at the No. 3 singles for the Aztecs.

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Readers split over Livengood

Re: UA athletic director Jim Livengood

• Livengood is well thought of in AD circles. He has dealt with adversity well, and in his own mistakes, he has or is in process of correcting them. We could do a lot worse. Our problem is, we were spoiled by Ced Dempsey, the best ever.


• Jim Livengood should not be allowed to serve one day past the end of his contract. He has done more to foul up the Arizona athletic department than any director we’ve ever had. He should have been fired years ago . . . If he wants to keep working, let him go screw up another school. He’s done enough damage here.


• Livengood needed to go yesterday.


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