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Hamilton sat atop the state’s baseball power rankings all season — the Huskies also have been nationally ranked by publications such as Baseball America and are Max Preps’ No. 1 team in the country — so it was no surprise which team received the No. 1 seed in the Division I state tournament.
Hamilton came out fighting, unfortunately, they were missing 2 of their varsity players. Early in the match, it did not seem to matter much, they took 1st sets on courts 1, 2, and 6, while the Mt. Lions took 1st sets on courts 3,4, and 5. First court to finish was court 5 going for Red Mt. Then, the Lions quickly took court 3. The Huskies were playing phenomenal taking courts 2 and 6. Score all tied up at two, sound familiar? Court 1 eventually goes to Red Mt. in third set tie-breaker 10-4, as another unfortunate thing happens to Hamilton, there #1 player goes down to ankle injury. Red Mt. led 3 matches to 2 as court 4 went to Lions.
Courtesy of Red Mountain boys tennis coach Terry Graves: What a match. It was unbelievable. Came down to 3 tie-breakers to decide it.
When the night got tough, Hamilton conveniently remembered what's gotten its boys soccer team to this point for five years running.
Hamilton has never won a girls volleyball state championship, but the Huskies are one step closer to checking off that accomplishment.
The Hamilton girls volleyball team continued its hot early-season start by winning the title at the Westwood Tournament of Champions on Saturday.
This Hamilton-Mountain Pointe thingy next Friday night is a big game.
Short-term memory is a hard thing to expect over the course of a five-day tournament.
The Mountain Pointe football program is headed to Nevada to open the season.
Another game, another nail-biter for the Red Mountain boys basketball team.
Not many teams can lose a pair of college-bound stars and be just as good as the year before.
Let’s do this again.
Patrick Joseph waits for no one, including the coach.
Saturday presents another action packed day of college football, with ABC15 and its affiliate channels carrying four marquee matchups Sept. 15.
Only one football team within the Chandler Unified School District will still be undefeated Saturday morning, and, for once, it won’t be Hamilton.
The giants fell like dominoes Friday night.
Hamilton’s joy of earning the No. 1 seed in the state boys volleyball tournament was quickly muted when coach Jeff Bader saw who his team would line up with in the second round.
I don’t know about you, but I’d sure feel a whole lot more comfortable if Sheriff Joe and his volunteer posse would agree to look into this whole Ryan Braun thing. While we’re at it, let’s get these guys a copy of the Zapruder film.
It's said that no one likes to settle a soccer game with a penalty kick shootout. Least of all in the state championship.
Division I Boys Soccer State Championship
At times, Hamilton senior Daniel Arrubla seems disinterested in chasing down the ball when it looks like he could run it down if he wanted to.
Daniel Arrubla missed No. 4-seeded Hamilton's first-round state playoff match earlier in the week due to an illness. The senior scorer made sure Saturday's home quarterfinal pairing with No. 12 seed Carl Hayden was not the last of his high school action.
Landry Jones (No. 12) of Oklahoma looks to throw the ball in the first half against the Connecticut Huskies during the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl at the University of Phoenix Stadium on January 1, 2011. Tickets were easy to come by during last year's matchup, but next week's game between Oklahoma and Stanford is expected to be one of the best bowl matchups this season.