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To compensate for a lack of change at the top of the boys basketball landscape as the 2012-2013 season begins, the girls basketball world might pick up the slack.
LOS ANGELES — Imagine the ideal designer dog. It would be smart, healthy and hypoallergenic. It would have the yap bred out and longevity bred in. And, most important, it would never lose its puppy face.
This October 2013 photo provided by Brande Bradshaw shows Bridgette at home in Austin, Texas. The breed is the newest and latest in the decades-old search for the dog-face fountain of youth and perfect pet accessory. But the American Kennel Club doesn't recognize the new trend as an official breed, and one expert calls some specially bred small dogs expensive "gimmicks." (AP Photo/Courtesy Brande Bradshaw)
In this October 2013 photo provided by Brande Bradshaw, Bradshaw poses while holding Bridgette at home in Austin, Texas. Bradshaw thinks her cava-poo chon Bridgette, who just turned 6-months-old, is the perfect dog. The breed is the newest and latest in the decades-old search for the dog-face fountain of youth and perfect pet accessory. But the American Kennel Club doesn't recognize the new trend as an official breed, and one expert calls some specially bred small dogs expensive "gimmicks." (AP Photo/Courtesy Brande Bradshaw)
In what was some pretty good foreshadowing, Saguaro quarterback Luke Rubenzer’s fourth varsity pass completion of his high school career was a touchdown. It was mop-up duty in the 2010 playoff quarterfinals against Peoria Bradshaw Mountain.
Host Queen Creek owned the line of scrimmage versus Bradshaw Mountain, rushing 43 times for 270 yards in the Bulldogs 46-26 victory.
Division I, Section I
5. Peoria 9-0...
4. Queen Creek 7-2...
3. Williams Field 8-1...
2. Saguaro 8-1...
1. Desert Edge 9-0...
No changes here as everyone won out. Peoria might be undefeated but the schedule remains suspect. Besides Higley-Williams Field, Saguaro-Marcos de Niza (Thursday night) is a big matchup, as is Queen Creek hosting Bradshaw Mountain to conclude the regular season
No. 5 Peoria at No. 4 Queen Creek (Div. III): Quietly, perhaps, Peoria is one of the few undefeated teams left in Arizona (Mountain Pointe, Salpointe Catholic, Desert Edge and Bagdad), so the Panthers’ No. 5 seed comes from having the lowest strength of schedule rating (regular season) in Div. III. The Panthers are extremely young in their starting lineup, but hammered Peoria Bradshaw Mountain, 50-23, last week. This, however, is a bit different. The Panthers haven’t seen a running game or defense on part withe Queen Creek this season. While Matt Guida isn’t seeing the field much on offense because of him hamstring, Weston Barlow (pictured) is back running the ball effectively for the Bulldogs, and Bryce Dobbs was efficient throwing. The trenches is where this game will be won, and where Queen Creek holds the advantage. It’d take a lot of turnovers for Peoria to shut down the Bulldogs.
Prediction: Queen Creek 34, Peoria 20
Final scores from Week 3 of the high school football season:
Saguaro 69, Bradshaw Mountain 21
It took Saguaro just over a minute to take the lead against Bradshaw Mountain on a 50-yard run by receiver Christian Kirk, and it would never look back. Saguaro would take a 41-0 lead into the first few minutes of the second quarter, and would eventually win 69-21.
5. Shadow Ridge 3-0
4. Williams Field 3-0
3. Saguaro 2-1
2. Queen Creek 3-0
1. Desert Edge 4-0
Shadow Ridge jumps into the top-5 with an impressive win over Cactus. Williams Field sticks at No. 4 with an easy win over Maricopa, while Saguaro remains at No. 3 after dispatching Bradshaw Mountain. Queen Creek had a solid win over Show Low to stay at No. 2 and Desert Edge keeps the top spot with a good win over Sabino. The top four teams continue to solidify themselves as the main contenders.
Outlook: The good news for Queen Creek in 2013: Its best player and the reigning Tribune Player of the Year, running back Matt Guida (2,829 rush yards, 31 TD), returns as the team aims for a repeat Division III football state championship. The bad news: Every other significant skill player and almost all of the defense is gone from last year’s magical run.
Outlook: The 2012 football season was decidedly not Saguaro-esque. The Sabercats were defeated in three regular season games and barely avoided losing a fourth. They were seeded just ninth heading into the postseason and lost to Goodyear Desert Edge in the state quarterfinals – their earliest exit since 2005.
Here are the East Valley high school varsity football schedules for 2013. This list will be continuously updated.
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The first round of the Division I state baseball tournament saw several upsets on Saturday.
2013 Team tennis state tournament
All-Tribune First Team
Lane Veach led host Perry past Basha on Tuesday night in boys volleyball.
Host Basha hung on for a 4-3 victory over Mesquite on Thursday night in Division I baseball action.