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As the sounds of kids jumping, tumbling and somersaulting echo through the Aspire Kids Sports Center in Chandler, solar panels silently soak in the sun on the roof of the 32,000-square-foot training facility.
Spring sprang, and now summer has set in.
Whether it was emotion, momentum or just plain talent, no one would have been surprised if either Highland or Gilbert won the state boys volleyball championship on Saturday night.
Last year, each at the age of 11, Mesa youths Jagger Eaton and Trey Wood dropped in on the X Games stage as the event’s youngest competitors ever. This year, they’re joined by 12-year-old Alana Smith when they compete next week at X Games Barcelona.
It took more than four hours, nine sets, and an upset of the No. 1 seed, to create an all-Gilbert final in the boys volleyball state tournament.
Cameron Dudley had a great view from the bench last year when the Gilbert boys volleyball team won the state title.
It’s time to privatize Gilbert.
An eclectic group of four Valley women, the Heady Hoop Tribe aims to inspire others in the Phoenix area through the creative power of modern hoop dance.
There's a siege mentality about Michael Bay's movies, as though viewers are the enemy holed up in a bunker and he's the guy ordering heavy-metal music around-the-clock to wear down our morale and force us to surrender.
So, the town of Gilbert, that bastion of conservatism heavily populated with tea party extremists, is being attacked by that paradigm of conservative virtue, the Goldwater Institute, for daring to operate a gym that appeals to many. Talk about irony!
Vee Hiapo is apologetic about the expectations thrust upon her players the moment they enter the Highland boys volleyball program.
Maricopa County Community College District (MCCCD) governing board members, MCCCD leadership and Chandler-Gilbert Community College (CGCC) president Linda Lujan participated in a ground breaking ceremony of the new Coyote Center located on CGCC’s Pecos Campus on March 22. The Coyote Center will serve as the front door to the college in location, appearance and function. It will provide a range of services to new and continuing students ranging from admissions and enrollment to advising as well as support of student fitness and athletics. Student enrollment services will be delivered through a one-stop model, consistent with the One Maricopa “Seamless Student Experience.”
A new facility at Chandler-Gilbert Community College aims to offer students an athletic and student services building, all under one roof.
Every time an opposing coach schemes to stop Casey Benson from driving left, wry smiles from a knowing few pop up across the gym, because arguably the most well-known boys basketball player in the East Valley has a secret.
Desperation. That is what prompted John Rhode’s journey to success.
WASHINGTON — Your bosses want you to eat your broccoli, hit the treadmill and pledge you’ll never puff on a cigarette. But a new study raises doubts that workplace wellness programs save the company money.
For the first 10 years of this century, the boys volleyball landscape was startlingly consistent.
Being not only a gym rat but the coach's son, Brandon Haagsma spent a lot of time around Valley Christian's boys basketball championship teams growing up: 2002, 2003, 2006 and 2007.
Monday's beginning to the girls basketball state tournament quarterfinals featured a Hamilton girls basketball team which looked as if it had been here before, had played in a college backdrop at Wells Fargo Arena more than once. The Huskies came out running, gunning and rebounding in its victory over a quick but inexperienced Avondale Westview squad.
It's true we tend to better remember things that happened most recently, but it's unlikely anyone who witnessed Saturday night's 66-65 final in double overtime saw a better basketball game in the past several years than what Corona del Sol and Mountain Pointe took to two overtimes before the Aztecs won in fitting fashion for this night.
Mountain Pointe had the right guy with the ball. It was the right shot from 10 feet away. It was in the basket.
The lower-seeded Glendale Mountain Ridge boys basketball team walked in to Mountain View poised and ready.
Almost 70 years after coming face-to-face with Dr. Josef Mengele at Auschwitz, Holocaust survivor Helen Handler still remembers his “black, shiny shoes.”
This one was decided by a matter of wills.