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Ironwood Ridge beat Campo Verde in epic fashion Tuesday night at home after the Coyotes battled back from an 0-2 deficit to force a deciding fifth set where the Nighthawks prevailed 15-13. Ironwood Ridge improved to 6-3 in power-ranking matches while Campo Verde fell to 3-8.
Ironwood Ridge started the day ranked No. 10 in the 5A Conference after the initial AIA rankings for the season were released and Campo Verde was No. 20 after the Coyotes ripped off three wins in a row prior to the trip to Tucson. The Nighthawks have won six in a row with No. 22 Cienega (3-5) visiting on Thursday. Things won’t get mush easier for the Coyotes with No. 15 Higley (5-3) on tap Wednesday night at home…..
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