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Outlook: After a midseason speed bump, the Firebirds enter the playoffs on a hot streak.
Children at Sunshine Acres Childrens Home in Mesa celebrate a donation by the Apollo Group.
Based on the seeding, this was supposed to be the best matchup of the 4A-I state football playoffs.
Glendale Apollo had no answer for Paradise Valley sophomore running back Tyree Parker. Or fellow sophomore Jake Brown.
Phoenix-based Apollo Group, parent company of the University of Phoenix, said Monday it has met Securities and Exchange Commission requirements regarding the filing of delinquent financial reports and employee stock options.
Scottsdale Chaparral played Glendale Apollo even most of the night but could not overcome a poor first quarter, falling 62-52 in the first round of the 4A-I boys state basketball tournament Tuesday in Glendale.
Apollo Group, the parent company of the University of Phoenix, said Friday it will restate past financial reports to refl ect additional charges related to its stock option practices.
Outlook: This is a big night for McClintock. A victory could be just what the Chargers need to get in position for making the playoffs.
Apollo Group — a Phoenixbased company that provides higher education nationally and internationally, including the University of Phoenix — is challenging a report alleging it engaged in questionable stock option activity.
Apollo Group CEO Todd Nelson resigned Wednesday, leaving a post that made him one of the highest paid chief executives in the Valley.
Centennial’s supposedly soft schedule looks tougher three weeks into the season.
Centennial-Apollo was an interesting matchup on paper. And at several points, Thursday's Cox 7 game of the week was a play or two away from becoming very interesting.
Apollo senior quarterback Jon Brown shakes off a tackler and splits Centennial seniors Walter Nunley (16) and Devin Leon (65)
Centennial senior defensive tackle Josh Stevens pounds the turf after sacking Jon Brown Thursday.
Centennial senior quarterback Justin Sanchez warms up during practice in August.
Cactus Shadows picked the wrong time to have a sloppy game.
Human eyes directly observed the far side of the Moon for the first time on Christmas Eve 1968. Robert McCall imagines the sight of the rocket engine firing to propel the spacecraft out of lunar orbit for its return to Earth.
It paid to be in the education business in 2008. That's the conclusion that can be drawn for the stock results last year of Arizona-related companies.
LAST DAY OF A BAD YEAR: Wall Street showed a modest advance Wednesday in the final session on the New York Stock Exchange of a dreadful 2008.
Glendale Apollo isn’t quite ready to give up its title as state boys basketball champion.
After winning three consecutive state titles in the West Valley, Mark Nold is heading east.
LOOKING FOR THE BALL: Pinnacle\'s Taylor Rohde, middle, positions himself for a rebound against Apollo\'s Edward Salas, left, and Brad Wespieser during Wednesday\'s 4A-II state semifinals.
This was survival at its best for Scottsdale Chaparral. The Firebirds advanced to the second round of the 4A Division I playoffs on Friday with a 35-28 overtime victory over Glendale Apollo.
An Apollo running back is tackled by Chaparral\'s defensive line during Friday evening\'s game in Scottsdale.