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Seemingly in control, having shut down the Mesa ground game and taking a 14-0 lead by halftime, Skyline looked to have its second win over a Mesa school this year.
Skyline quarterback Michael Amado throws the ball while taking on Desert Ridge, Friday, Sept. 21, 2012 in Mesa. [Tim Hacker/Tribune]
Skyline quarterback Michael Amado scrambles as the Desert Ridge defense puts pressure on him, Friday, Sept. 21, 2012 in Mesa. [Tim Hacker/Tribune]
For 47 minutes and 39 seconds, offense ruled.
Sometimes all you need is to simply finish what you’ve started.
Gilbert's offense was too much for an injury-plagued Skyline team that came in with five straight losses as the Tigers defeated the Coyotes, 38-14, on Friday night.
It took a little longer than he had hoped, but Chad DeGrenier got his first win as the new Mountain View coach on Friday.
Skyline should have known that Red Mountain can score quickly.
Gilbert's Lindsey Duncan took care of the pitching, while Marissa Stankiewicz, Dani Nelson and Taylor McCord took care of the hitting as the Tigers bested Basba, 9-2, Tuesday night in a matchup between two of Arizona's best teams.
It took Mountain View until the second quarter to find a spark in their offense, but once it did, Skyline couldn't answer.
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It’s a formula that worked during Desert Ridge’s run to the state championship game a year ago; it’s a formula that certainly worked again in a dominant 54-7 home win over Skyline Friday night.
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