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Gov. Jan Brewer signs legislation in November 2009 cutting $144 million from schools and approving other maneuvers to balance the budget. With her is Kirk Adams, then speaker of the House and now returning as chief of staff for incoming Gov. Doug Ducey. (Capitol Media Services file photo by Howard Fischer)
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Outside groups that want Doug Ducey as Arizona's next governor have spent enough to give every man, woman and child in the state a dollar — and still have $1 million left over. That doesn't count the $2.2 million that Ducey himself has spent in the general election, on top of the $5 million he expended just getting to be the Republican nominee in the first place.
PHOENIX -- Outside groups that want Doug Ducey as Arizona's next governor have spent enough to give every man, woman and child in the state a dollar -- and still have $1 million left over.
Badly trounced two years ago, former Phoenix Mayor Paul Johnson is crafting a new initiative to scrap partisan elections in Arizona.
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All-Tribune First Team Offense
All-Tribune First Team Offense
It all sounds exhausting: A championship program with completely new starting lineups, followed by a coaching change, followed by injuries to its top talent.
This Division III semifinal football game was not just about Luke Rubenzer.
Most teams would savor a victory in the state quarterfinals, but Scottsdale Saguaro was already thinking ahead to next week immediately after a 48-20 home win over Tucson Sabino in the Division III playoffs Friday night.
A 28-point third quarter looked a little more like the Scottsdale Saguaro football team people were used to.
No. 4 Queen Creek vs. No. 2 Saguaro (1 p.m. Friday at University of Arizona stadium): What’s changed this around? More for Queen Creek than Saguaro, but both aren’t exactly the same as the early October meeting (a 35-28 victory for Saguaro). On Tuesday, both teams watched film of the first meeting, and both teams said the same thing: They’re much better this time. Queen Creek is healthier for sure, and the Bulldogs are going to try and run the ball straight at Saguaro with Weston Barlow and Matt Guida. Guida’s ability to help be a 1-2 punch with Barlow is key because of his size and speed. Saguaro, however, felt it left a lot of plays on the field that night, and the Sabercats’ offensively have been a wrecking ball through these playoffs, capped by the 77 points scored against an athletic, skilled Goodyear Desert Edge team. Luke Rubenzer has been unstoppable and is setting records, and J.T. Nettleton, Christian Kirk and Brett Adams can beat up on anyone as Saguaro tries to move around Queen Creek and attack the secondary. The Bulldogs’ defense will be the best Saguaro has seen this year, and the Bulldogs’ ability to play “keep-away” with the ball will tell this game’s tale, but “Win it for Tug” is a heavily emotional element here, and Saguaro is going to be hard to contain all day.
Prediction: Saguaro 38, Queen Creek 28
It took Saguaro just over a minute to take the lead against Bradshaw Mountain on a 50-yard run by receiver Christian Kirk, and it would never look back. Saguaro would take a 41-0 lead into the first few minutes of the second quarter, and would eventually win 69-21.
Braxton Barger, Chandler Prep: 258 yards, 3 TD
Jacob Anderson, Williams Field: 212 yards, 4 TD
Antonio Campanella, Seton Catholic: 199 yards, 2 TD
Adam Bennett, Chandler Prep: 170 yards, 3 TD
Greyson Boyll, Scottsdale Prep: 170 yard, TD
Rajhan Meriwether, Basha: 166 yards, 4 TD
Elijah Castro, Chaparral (pictured): 157 yards, TD
Taren Morrison, Desert Ridge: 155 yards, 7 TD
Ryan Velez, Brophy: 145 yards, 2 TD
Zechariah Gatling, Scottsdale Christian: 141 yards, TD
Christian Kirk, Saguaro: 123 yards, 2 TD
Caleb Daniels, Mountain View: 117 yards, 2 TD
David Desilva, Hamilton: 105 yards, 3 TD
Saige Waxter, San Tan Foothills: 100 yards, 2 TD
Outlook: The 2012 football season was decidedly not Saguaro-esque. The Sabercats were defeated in three regular season games and barely avoided losing a fourth. They were seeded just ninth heading into the postseason and lost to Goodyear Desert Edge in the state quarterfinals – their earliest exit since 2005.
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