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In this film image released by Lionsgate, Will Ferrell, portraying Armando Alvarez, left, and Diego Luna, portraying Raul Alvarez, are shown in a scene from "Casa De Mi Padre." (AP Photo/Lionsgate, John Estes)
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Playing for coach Jermaine Whitaker’s son who passed away last week, the Tempe Marcos de Niza Padres started slow Friday, but kept fighting, eventually knocking out the Glendale Ironwood 43-7 in a 5A-II showdown at Marcos de Niza High School.
Most teams have a few kinks to work out in their first game, but against one of the state’s top 5A programs, Marana Mountain View didn’t have that luxury on Friday night.
Jake Peavy gives up four-run leads about as often as snow falls in the Valley, so pardon Diamondbacks manager Bob Melvin for believing the game was out of reach even before his team had stepped in the batter’s box.
Arizona's Adam Dunn rounds second after hitting a three-run home run in the first inning against the San Diego Padres in Chase Field.
Dave Stark knew he had to be patient. First he had to wait for half of his Tempe Marcos de Niza boys basketball team to switch from the football field to the basketball court.
STRUGGLE: Mountain View’s Nathan Murphy and Marcos de Niza’s Demitri Clark battle for a loose ball under the basket during the first half of a game on Nov. 19. The Padres are playing in the 5A-II state semifinals today.
Tony Clark has left the Diamondbacks, but he has not left the NL West.
Tempe Marcos de Niza’s regular middle blockers had to leave after the first game Tuesday night for a state band competition. The Padres never missed a beat.
Marcos de Niza libero Megan Santo drops down to dig out a ball during game two of their volleyball match against Desert Ridge.
SAN DIEGO - Perhaps they were taxed from an extra-inning game the night before, maybe they were content with the series win already, or Jake Peavy could possibly just be that good.
Arizona Diamondbacks starter Yusmeiro Petit pitches in the first inning of a baseball game against the San Diego Padres Thursday.
Sometimes good just isn’t good enough.
December 19, 2004
December 31, 2004
SAN DIEGO — Among the many decisions facing the Diamondbacks this winter is what to make of Stephen Randolph. The left-hander on Saturday got his last chance this season to show he can be a starter — and the evidence continues to weigh against him.
SAN DIEGO - The San Diego Padres had only one way to get Curt Schilling out of Friday's game, and even that took two tries.
HURTING HAND: Diamondbacks pitcher Curt Schilling has his hand examined by manager Bob Brenly and a trainer Friday as he sits in the dugout after getting hit on the hand for the second time in the game by a hit ball.
A share of first place in the 5A Central Region slipped right through the collective hands of the Marcos de Niza boys basketball team Tuesday.