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Randy Dean, right, helps his son, Stephan Dean, move into a new home Monday, Aug. 22, 2011 in Gilbert, Ariz. The number of people who bought new homes fell for the fourth straight month. Sales this year are on track to finish as the worst on records dating back half a century. (AP Photo/Matt York)
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Paul Szablowski, marketing director for Catholic Healthcare East Valley, shows a rendering of the Mercy Gilbert Medical Center being built.
The water tower in downtown Gilbert shown Wednesday, Dec. 11, 2013. [Tim Hacker/Tribune]
Gilbert football players run toward the team's bleachers in celebration after the Tigers' 9-0 win over Perry on Oct. 25, 2013.
The Gilbert Tigers ready themselves before their game against Dobson Friday, Sept. 27. [Chris Capeloto, Special to Tribune]
The Hawks picked up a much-needed victory last week over Campo Verde to move back over .500 and will be the heavy favorite to win this one. Highland has been much better than Gilbert this season, but there are a couple caveats: A) this is a rivalry game, and while the Tigers don’t have much shot at the playoffs, they shouldn’t have any trouble getting motivated to play against their neighbors; B) Highland tends to play close games because it is very ground-oriented and plays tough defense. The Hawks have superior personnel, but don’t be surprised if there are a few tense moments early before they finally pull away...
Prediction: Highland 24, Gilbert 10
-- Kyle Odegard
The Coyotes captured the best win of their season last week by defeating Corona del Sol. They moved to 3-0 on the year, and the team has a legitimate chance at winning its first five games with matchups against Gilbert and Maryvale on the horizon. Skyline, though, only mustered 247 yards of total offense, so it wasn’t a dominant performance by any stretch. Gilbert is 0-3 on the year after a loss to Campo Verde but the schedule has done the Tigers no favors. Even though one of these teams is winless and the other undefeated, the outcome should be close. Confidence may come into play, as the Coyotes have to be feeling good about themselves while the Tigers are down on their luck. One big turnover or long touchdown either way could also be the difference.
Prediction: Skyline 17, Gilbert 13
-- Kyle Odegard
September has not been one to remember for either team, but this could be Gilbert’s chance to get in the ‘W’ column. Both teams have struggled mightily every which way so far this season, but it’s been tumultuous around Gilbert moreso as new coach Tim Rutt tries his hand at running a program and turning the Tigers around. It’s been rough offensively, as the Tigers have yet to put up double digits in any of its four losses to start the season. After losses to Mesa and Poston Butte, the Mustangs eked out a win over Glendale Raymond S. Kellis two weeks ago, and an easy shutout over Phoenix Maryvale. Dobson has a bit more spring in the step after the past two weeks, but Gilbert is desperate, and the Tigers’ finally get a win as they brace for a b-r-u-t-a-l second half of their schedule...
Prediction: Gilbert 17, Dobson 14
-- Mark Heller
A 20-year-old man has been identified as the sole-shooter in two Gilbert-area shootings over the weekend.
Lt. John Lyle of the Gilbert Police Department told ABC15 that a house party was happening nearby when the gunfire erupted. Witnesses said they heard between 20-30 gun shots.
4th Wall Productions owner Anthony Miles accepts the volunteer of the year award from the Gilbert Chamber of Commerce during the organization's seventh-annual business awards luncheon on June 19. [Eric Mungenast/Tribune]
John's Refrigeration vice president Andrew Johns accepts the family business of the year award from the Gilbert Chamber of Commerce during the organization's seventh-annual business awards luncheon on June 19.
ROCKET MEDIA founder Ben Kalkman accepts the employer of choice award from the Gilbert Chamber of Commerce during the organization's seventh-annual business awards luncheon on June 19. [Eric Mungenast/Tribune]
Sonoran Living host Terri Ouellette was the emcee for the Gilbert Chamber of Commerce's seventh-annual business awards luncheon held at the DoubleTree by Hilton Phoenix-Gilbert & San Tan Elegante Conference Room on June 19. [Eric Mungenast/Tribune]
Nationwide Insurance agent Mary Puzzitiello accepts the rookie of the year award from the Gilbert Chamber of Commerce during the organization's seventh-annual business awards luncheon on June 19. [Eric Mungenast/Tribune]
San Tan Learning superintendent Kristofer Sippel accepts the large business of the year award from the Gilbert Chamber of Commerce during the organization's seventh-annual business awards luncheon on June 19. [Eric Mungenast/Tribune]