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Queen Creek has reached the quarterfinals and semifinals, respectively, the past two seasons and could take that final step this year.
Queen Creek\'s offense cannot seem to keep their hands on the ball causing a turnover when Millennium\'s James Castillo picks up the ball on a fumble during the varsity football game at Queen Creek High School Friday night.
Can you sing, dance or play an instrument? Or maybe you like to perform with a group of friends? Either way, Queen Creek wants you to compete in its annual talent competition.
Deer Valley quarterback Austin Hillman tries to evade the Boulder Creek pass rush Friday
It’s hard to figure out Cravings by Gecko Grill, a strip-mall Mexican restaurant that is approaching its one-year anniversary on the northeast corner of Ellsworth and Ocotillo roads in Queen Creek.
Cravings by Gecko Grill, which opened last summer in Queen Creek, is a popular Mexican restaurant for the area's residents and workers.
Queen Creek’s plans for a commercial town center are taking shape. More than a million square feet of retail and commercial development are under construction near the developing Ellsworth Loop Road in the heart of Queen Creek.
DIGGING IT: Heavy equipment readies a construction site as work continues near Rittenhouse and Ocotillo roads in Queen Creek.
Talk about being a gracious host. Queen Creek coughed up four fumbles and an interception that led to a 15-7 loss to Goodyear Millennium in a 4A nonregion game Friday at home.
MAN WITH A PLAN: Wayne Balmer, Queen Creek general plan project management consultant, makes a presentation to the Economic Development Commission on Wednesday.
September 29, 2004
I love junk. And quite honestly, I’m not fond of sharing my hot spots for funky finds, but this place is just too good to keep to myself.
Queen Creek huddles as the Bulldogs try and run out the clock in the fourth quarter of a 44-14 win over No. 5 Peoria in the Div. III quarterfinals on Nov. 15, 2013.
Queen Creek huddles on its last offensive possession in a win against Glendale Cactus on Nov. 8, 2013.
The weather only delayed Queen Creek’s run to a second victory to start the season – although this one was over a Division I team and the Bulldogs had to do it without head coach Joe Germaine and finished without all-star Matt Guida.
Queen Creek 21, Highland 14
Queen Creek's Layne Roshay hands off the ball to runningback Matt Guida, Friday, Aug. 23, 2013. [Jerry Burch/Special to Tribune]
With less than 30 second in the game, Queen Creek scores its final touchdown while visiting Poston Butte, Friday, Aug. 23, 2013. [Jerry Burch/Special to Tribune]