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Sonoran Hot Reads: Arizona offers 2018 Cienega QB Jamarye Joiner

A Tucson product now has the opportunity to stay home if he so chooses

Arizona QB coach Rod Smith
Jason Bartel

As the Arizona high school football season begins to ramp up, one Tucson product has been garnering a lot of attention, and that’s now-Cienega junior quarterback Jamarye Joiner. Once ranked the top 2018 player in the state, Joiner did not play his sophomore season at Salpointe after being re-assigned to a charter school. Joiner ended up at Cienega this past April, and in his first game with the team on Friday, led the Bobcats to a 52-20 win over Marana, in which he ran for 191 yards on eight carries, and threw for 131. On Saturday, he received a scholarship offer from Arizona. You can see why here:

- Here are some other recruiting updates from the week

- Former Arizona QB Nick Foles had a really long pass for the Chiefs. It was one of two passes he completed on five attempts

- Jacob Alsadek, Gerhard de Beer, Bryson Cain and Michael Eletise were getting their twirling game on

- The quarterbacks were the final group we had to preview before the season gets going. Check out all of our position group previews here

- Former Arizona assistant coach Dino Babers threw out an awful first pitch at the Syracuse Chiefs game


- Get your tickets now for the Lone Star Shootout, which features the game against Texas A&M in Houston


- Nick Hundley had a nice game on Friday. He followed that up with a 1-for-6 day on Saturday, and has now hit safely in six of his last seven games

- Mark Melancon has only allowed one earned run in his last 15 games

Other sports

- Volleyball was swept by No. 4 Wisconsin, but there seems to have been some controversy at the end of the first set:

Tucson news

- A young bear was captured on Mt. Lemmon and is now on its way to Bearizona in Williams

- A renovated Flandrau is now open to the public