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Outlook: A year ago, Saguaro entered the season with great expectations.
Still feeling the full sting of falling in the final two seconds of Saturday’s 4A-I state championship game, Canyon del Oro coach Pat Nugent was asked during post-game interviews to look nine months into the future - to next year’s kickoff.
Saguaro High School No.20 Austin Swindle gets turned upside down while tackling Canyon Del Oro's Joe Boitano during the 4A State Championship game at University of Phoenix in Glendale.
The tortoise stayed steady on Friday night at Tempe McClintock, but the hare never napped long enough to get caught.
When the two best pitchers in the state square off in a head-to-head clash between defending state champions, the game rarely lives up to the expectations.
TUCSON - Tucson Canyon del Oro football coach Pat Nugent, soaked from three hours of nonstop rain, posed two questions to his team late Friday night at Tucson High School.
Saguaro's Kyle Young (9) kisses the 4A-II state championship trophy after defeating Canyon Del Oro 41-34 in the championship game, Saturday, Dec. 4, 2010 at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe.
No. 8 Canyon del Oro at No. 1 Williams Field (Div. III): Thanks to a 99-yard scoring pass allowed, an offsides call in the final minute which could have given the ball back — and what Higley felt were blown calls between a touchdown and fumble — Tucson Canyon del Oro held on to edge Higley last week, setting up this matchup. It stands to reason, however, that based on recent trends, CDO has little chance against Williams Field, which blew out Higley a couple weeks ago. The Black Hawks passed the first test with ease in life after QB Jeddediah Fagg (broken collarbone) as Cole Patterson had a big night against Avondale Agua Fria (8 of 12 for 189 yards passing and 3 touchdowns). The Black Haws’ running game and defense are too good here, and they’ll march onto the semifinals. Sooner or later, the Black Hawks will get another Queen Creek-Saguaro-Desert Edge matchup and be pushed to their limit, but not yet.
Prediction: Williams Field 41, Canyon del Oro 17
No. 9 Higley at No. 8 Canyon del Oro: Those first two games of the season Higley (pictured in blue) forfeited for using an ineligible might have ultimately helped the Knights stay slightly higher in the playoff seedings, but the Knights would have probably been more comfortable facing No. 6 Shadow Ridge or No. 7 Sabino (plus it wouldn’t set up a possible quarterfinal rematch against No. 1 Williams Field). CDO is balanced, but the Dorados are going to run the ball (240 yards per game, 6.2 yards per carry), and that’s been a troublesome area for the Knights’ defense (see Phoenix Christian, Queen Creek, Saguaro and Williams Field games). Conversely, however, Higley can run the ball with Ricky Marshall and throw with QB Tyler Bloom back in the fold this week after missing the Williams Field loss with a shoulder injury. Further, the CDO schedule hasn’t been stingy, are they ready to handle Higley’s offensive balance.
Prediction: Higley 31, Canyon del Oro 24
Canyon del Oro controlled the first two possessions of its Division II first-round playoff game against host Marcos De Niza, and each time, Friday night's storm had the Padres answer.
ORO VALLEY — Williams Field intercepted a pass on the second play from scrimmage, blocked three kicks and held its opponent to 129 yards.
Queen Creek could have easily labeled Friday’s matchup with visiting Phoenix Shadow Mountain a trap game.
Cactus' bats were silent for the majority of Tuesday afternoon's tilt with Tucson Canyon del Oro, but in this case it was a good thing.
By the time Nadie Carey fouled out with 7.2 seconds left in the 4A-I girls basketball state title game, her work was done.
Cactus senior infielder Skylar Maestas makes contact against Tucson Canyon del Oro Tuesda
If Friday night’s game is any indication of Tucson Canyon del Oro’s transition to 4A, then the Dorados’ opponents should consider themselves warned.
Stephanie Brown was prepared to play softball all night if she had to.
Key matchup: With no true running back, McClintock needs the passing game to be effective against a pretty good Canyon del Oro defense. Wide receiver Malcolm Martin is averaging 23 yards per catch for McClintock.
When Harold Christ set out in 1974 to develop the area now known as Gold Canyon, there was no water, enough telephone wiring for one telephone — and lots of open desert and opportunities. Today, the 9 square miles of incorporated area of Pinal County has more than 10,000 people, $1 million homes, a resort, five golf courses and its own ZIP code.
Gold Canyon residents are rallying to block construction of an 800-home subdivision, claiming the development will cause unsafe traffic conditions and clutter the surrounding desert.
May 11, 2004
A developer is breaking ground on a project that will build more than 1,000 homes in Gold Canyon.
Saguaro's D.J. Foster, left, throws the ball in the first half against Canyon del Oro in Scottsdale, Friday, October 1, 2010. Canyon del Oro's Andy Carter, right, was in on the play.
Arizona Football Coaches Association 4A Division I All-State football team
Williams Field quarterback Cole Patterson throws during the second quarter of the Black Hawks' Div. III quarterfinals win over Canyon del Oro on Nov. 15, 2013.