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NHS Varsity 1981 The Nogales High School Varsity Team, 1981.
Nogales High School yearbook, 1981.

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 Episode 5

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Episode 5

On this week's episode, Tony Perkins reports on what was said at a recent event that brought college athletics officials and journalists together to explore changes to athletic endorsements. Then, Katya Mendoza continues her exploration of Latinos and baseball by looking at how the Nogales High School baseball program has gone from generation to generation.

War Memorial Stadium 1981 Plaque VIEW LARGER The 1981 Nogales High School baseball state championship team's roster outside of War Memorial Stadium in Nogales, Arizona.
Katya Mendoza, AZPM News

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