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Arcadia football coach Jim Ellison has resigned for personal reasons, athletic director Kevin Mooney said.
After sifting through 30 résumés and conducting 10 interviews, Phoenix Arcadia took the same route it took last time when hiring a football coach, tapping into the staff at Scottsdale Chaparral.
Arcadia's Sosaia Maafu said he wouldn't mind sharing the ball more around the goal line.
With a speed advantage everywhere on the field, Arcadia ran past host Coronado for a 56-6 victory in a 4A-II East Sky Region game Friday.
If Steve Campbell says it's a big game, then it is most certainly a big game.
Scottsdale City Councilman Wayne Ecton has broken his silence on his reasons for ousting former City Manager Jan Dolan, saying the city needed someone who better respected and communicated with its employees and elected leaders.
SAN FRANCISCO - Business software maker Oracle Corp. on Friday offered $5.1 billion to buy rival PeopleSoft Corp. in a hostile takeover attempt aimed at eliminating one of its fiercest competitors.
Buoyed by strong efforts by its defensive and special teams units, Glendale Cactus earned its way to next Saturday's Division III championship by defeating Arcadia, 37-0, on Saturday night.
Even Ryan Fochtman's lead blocker, Tyler Richards, doesn't know what to expect when he clears the path.
Thanks to 31 unanswered points, defending 4A Division II champion Phoenix Thunderbird rolled past Arcadia 31-14 Friday night -- handing the Titans their first loss of the season.
After losing his second fumble, Williams Field running back Alex Howard walked slowly back to his sideline. Sullen. Fuming.
In Friday night’s 42-24 win for Arcadia against Paradise Valley, the Titans showed that they can score from anywhere, at any time.
For the second straight week, Phoenix Arcadia used a dominant second half to compensate for a slow start as the Titans defeated Glendale 20-13 Friday in a 4A nonregion game.
In football, you only get one chance per year at an opponent. You have to use it wisely or wait another 12 months for the next one.
Playoffs and Scottsdale Desert Mountain haven’t been synonymous for more than a decade, but one more win and some help could change that.
A defense which bends but does not break usually finds ways to win.
When Arcadia forged an early two-touchdown lead over Seton Catholic Friday night, it appeared the Sentinels were on their way to saying goodbye to any playoff hopes, as well as casting a big "boo-hoo" on homecoming festivities at Seton Catholic Stadium.
Local product and scoring machine Corey Hawkins has become the second signee for the Arizona State men’s basketball program, ASU coach Herb Sendek has announced.
Few things in life are sweeter than Hershey’s chocolate and one of them was found Friday night.
The 4A Division II East Sky Region was cutthroat last year.