Anyone who knows me is well aware of my dysfunctional relationship with the nation's pastime. Ever since my childhood years going to Baltimore Orioles games at Camden Yards in Maryland, I have been a self-admitted baseball addict.
The game of golf has been much more than a hobby for Green Valley resident Bob Barrette, it has been his calling.
Ten years ago, Green Valley resident Chuck Hill and the members of the Santa Cruz Valley Bicycle Advocacy Committee wanted to commemorate their two-wheeled brethren injured or killed in accidents.
This Sycamore Canyon hike in the Pajarita Wilderness to the southwest of Green Valley has much to offer, starting with a bit of history. It is mostly done in a canyon, as the name suggests, and offers multiple stream crossings, as well as spectacular rock formations on either side of the pathway.
Competing in the United States Masters Swimming Spring National Championship is second-nature for Green Valley residents Craig Shaffer and Parkie Copeland.
Members of the United States Blind Golf Association and a swarm of volunteers flocked to Haven Golf Course in Green Valley for an annual ritual on April 19-20. That ritual is the USBGA's fifth annual Green Valley Arizona regional golf tournament, which has been played at Haven for each of th…
Follow the Wild Burro Canyon in the beautiful Tortolita Mountains to Wild Burro Spring for striking views of the canyon and the broad plain surrounding its upper reaches. Add a splash of history and you’ve got a winning hike.
Longtime Tucsonan Kurt Rosenquist, who has worked with bicycles since 1993, is dedicated to his craft. He helps others find the perfect bicycle.
Members of the Green Valley Swim Club just can't get enough pool time, flocking to the West Center bright and early each day.
Members of the Green Valley Men's 55+ 8.0 tennis team were staring defeat in the eyes in January after losing their first two matches against teams from Tucson.
Karen Rans, who heads up Green Valley Recreation's Recreation and Leisure Services/Clubs division, signs next year's winning T-shirt design, at the closing ceremony of the annual Green Valley Senior Games, on March 31, 2015.
Kathi Skytta shows off a collection of medals garnered during years of Senior Games competition, at the closing event, held at Desert Hills Social Center on March 31, 2015.
Maralyn Goldstein competes in powerlifting on March 21, 2015, at Copper Fitness in Green Valley.
Liz Wright plays a card during a hand of Pinochle at the East Center on March 20, 2015, as part of the Senior Games.
Sarah Stephenson draws a crowd on March 21, 2015, as she competes in powerlifting.
Sheepshead, a trick-taking card contest at the Senior Games, can be played with two to eight hands. At this meet in Las Campanas Rec Center Wednesday, March 18, 2015. Three tables of six took on the challenge. Clockwise from upper left are Richard LePak, George Mathis, Marv Weber, Don Theisen, and James West. Not pictured is James' brother, George West. Theisen's wife Nancy, at another table, was the only female participating.