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I Mean, I Really Like Winning: Performing at a sport's highest levels

Taking the top prize is often the main goal of sports. First, an Olympic sport thats US championship is in Arizona. Then, how a baseball powerhouse has turned winning into a multi-generational effort.

Tony about to get stabbed More Than a Game host Tony Perkins (left) prepares to take on Still Point Fencing instructor Jay Fowler (right) while fellow instructor Nick Going officiates.
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Welcome to More Than a Game, an all-new podcast where we explore the untold stories of Arizona sports. Hosted by veteran sports reporter and NPR 89.1 announcer, Tony Perkins, More Than a Game features a series of the best sports stories you've never heard.

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More Than a Game Ep. 6

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Episode 6

With the 2023 USA Fencing National Championships being held in Phoenix, Tony Perkins heads to a Tucson fencing school to learn the basics of the sport and to give it a try! Then, Katya Mendoza takes a look at how the winning tradition of Nogales High School baseball gets passed from team to team and, in some cases, generation to generation.

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