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Notre Dame Prep's Head Coach Gary Gregory addresses his team during Notre Dame's game at Corona in Tempe on Friday, Nov 1, 2013. [Greg Herriman / Special to Tribune]
An offensive shootout for three quarters turned into a defensive battle in the fourth. In the end, Notre Dame Prep made just enough plays to eke out a 35-34 victory over Paradise Valley at Scottsdale Community College on Friday night.
In a game of miscues, it was Notre Dame Prep that made the big play for its third win in the last four tries.
Following a whopping 83-yard punt, Notre Dame’s offense was pinned in its own end zone. A quick pass from Thomas Lehman to Christian Rodriguez earned a little room, and the Saints appeared to be driving.
Check the “yes” box for moving the football for St. Mary’s. The Knights can do that.
It didn’t really matter how they got it, Scottsdale Notre Dame Prep needed a win.
Notre Dame opened its season at home with a strong win, taking down Betty H. Fairfax, 24-7, at Scottsdale Community College.
Outlook: In search of better balance, Notre Dame hopes it's been found.
There was shock, followed by a saturation of sadness. There was, however, no explanation.
The Division II girls soccer state tournament brackets said it was a matchup between No. 7 Peoria Sunrise Mountain and No. 10 Notre Dame, but there was no mention of a third opponent.
Who’s ready to make the leap?
Hard to believe it’s been one year to the day (Jan. 22) that the Valley lost a beloved coaching and teaching institution in Notre Dame football/girls soccer/science teacher Scot Bemis to lung cancer at age 45.
Highland’s journey to its first girls soccer state championship in 2011-2012 was years in the making, but could a repeat merely take months?
TUCSON — Almost a year to the day that Notre Dame Prep pulled off one of the biggest surprises of the 2011 playoffs, the Saints made another trip to face Salpointe Catholic in a first round Division II contest.
Big defensive plays and a timely short passing game were the turning points for the Horizon Huskies in their 32-21 victory over Notre Dame on Friday night.
This is Week 9 of the high school football season, normally the time of year for slide rulers, calculators, mathematicians and prognosticators rule the roost. Schools and fans try and guess whether kids will be playing playoff football, and what has to happen or not happen for that to become a reality.
Let others figure out the playoff system, because all Notre Dame wants to do right now is play football.
Backup quarterback Sean Paul Brophy began the second half holding a clipboard on the sideline. He ended it as the biggest man on the Chaparral campus after leading the Firebirds to one of the wildest comebacks in school history, 30-27, over Notre Dame.
If you believe the adage that offense wins games and defense wins championships, then where does that leave special teams?
Two East Valley high schools are about to play football (not futbol) in Ireland.
Notre Dame Saints
No. 2 Xavier advanced to the quarterfinals of the Division I girls soccer state tournament with its 6-0 win over visiting No. 15 Trevor Browne. The Gators will host No. 10 Chaparral at 2 p.m. on Saturday.
The stakes just became much greater.