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Posted: Sunday, October 22, 2006 7:39 am | Updated: 2:37 pm, Fri Oct 7, 2011.

After tying for 29th in the second round, Arizona State’s Azahara Munoz shot a 68 and 69 in the third and fourth rounds, respectively, to finish tied for third Saturday in the Women’s World Amateur at Stellenbosch, South Africa. Munoz shot a 5-under 283 as Spain finished in eighth at 4-under 572.

Sun Devils freshman Anna Nordqvist tied for 14th (1-under 287) to help Sweden claim back-to-back first-place finishes. Sweden finished tied with South Africa at 10-under for a 72-hole total of 566. The U.S. finished ninth (574).

JUCO SOCCER

• Paradise Valley won its first Arizona Community College Athletic Conference championship as the No. 13 nationally-ranked Pumas (13-2-2, 12-2-2 ACCAC) blanked host No. 8 Mesa Community College 2-0 to claim the school’s first league women’s soccer title.

The Pumas men’s team (5-11-2) ended their season with a 2-1 loss at Mesa.

MINOR LEAGUE HOCKEY

• Cam Paddock tallied a pair of goals and Alexandre Rouleau added three assists to lead the Phoenix RoadRunners (2-0-0) to a 6-3 victory over the Utah Grizzlies (0-2-0) before 3,028 at US Airways Center in ECHL action.

ARIZONA FALL LEAGUE

• Diamondbacks prospect Mark Reynolds hit two home runs as the Scottsdale Scorpions battered the Phoenix Desert Dogs 11-8 at Phoenix Municipal Stadium. In other games, the Peoria Saguaros edged the Peoria Javelinas, 6-4, at Peoria Sports Complex. And in the completion of a game that was suspended after the 11th inning on Oct. 12, the Mesa Solar Sox edged the Grand Canyon Rafters 8-7 in 17 innings at Surprise Stadium.

JUCO FOOTBALL

• Mesa Community College could not stop Glendale Community College’s 230-pound running back Eric Lee in a 35-20 loss in Glendale. Lee carried 24 times for 143 yards and three touchdowns for the Gauchos (7-1, 5-1 WSFL). Running back Rudy Fleming had three scores for the Thunderbirds (1-5, 0-5), including a 97-yard punt return.

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