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A great community, great downtown, and good beer: When a city and a sport intertwine

Maybe it's the years of battling a cross-town rival, or maybe it's the fact that a game blends beautifully with a natural environment. Whatever it is, a place can sometimes become intertwined in a competition.

Disc golf hole The view from hole 2 on the Little America long course in Flagstaff.
Zac Ziegler

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.

More than a Game

More Than a Game: Episode 7

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Episode 7

This week's episode starts with Zac Ziegler taking a trip to Flagstaff as the town prepares to host the 2023 Professional Disc Golf Association Masters World Championships. Then, Katya Mendoza explores the roots of the rivalry between Nogales and Douglas high schools.

Louie Varela Number 7 Pitcher for the 1982 Douglas High School Varsity baseball team Louie Varela, points to the camera.
Louie Varela

DHS Varsity 1982 The Douglas High School Varsity Baseball Team, 1982.
Louie Varela

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