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Cats’ Ibekwe on All-America honorable mention list

Citizen Staff Report

He won’t return calls

Citizen Staff Report

Arizona sophomore forward Ify Ibekwe was named to the Associated Press women’s basketball All-America honorable mention list.

Ibekwe, the seventh UA player to be named to an All-America team, finished sixth in the nation in rebounding at 11.6 boards a game. She finished the season three shy of tying the school record of 339 rebounds, set by the late Shawntinice Polk in 2003-04.

Against Scottsdale, GateWay

Pima softball, baseball teams sweep doubleheaders

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The Pima Community College softball and baseball teams each swept double-headers Tuesday.

In softball, the Aztecs beat host Scottsdale 10-0 and 4-1. Chelsea Evanoff (Sabino High) struck out six in the first game to improve to 18-3. Iliana Teran (Sunnyside) won the second game to move to 12-2. Pima (45-9, 18-4) will host Eastern Arizona on Tuesday at 2 p.m.

In baseball, Pima shut out visiting GateWay 2-0 and 10-0. Marc Damon (Tucson High) struck out five to win the first game. Richie Sandoval (Amphi) won the second game, helped by a homer from Kody Johnson (Sahuaro). Pima (24-15-1, 14-10) hosts Eastern Arizona on Saturday.

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