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Desert Ridge assistant coach Angelo Paffumi and his Jaguar players celebrate their victory over Desert Vista in a 5A-I state semifinal playoff game in 2010. Paffumi is expected to be named Skyline's new football coach, pending Mesa school district board approval on Tuesday night.
Angelo Paffumi is fired up.
Desert Ridge assistant Angelo Paffumi is expected to be the new Skyline football coach, according to two sources with knowledge of the situation.
Bentley Crandell had two touchdowns to lead visiting Skyline to a 40-7 victory over host-Kingman, Friday, making Angelo Paffumi a winner in his first game as a head coach.
Skyline coach Angelo Paffumi,right, talks to his team during a timeout while taking on Desert Ridge, Friday, Sept. 21, 2012 in Mesa. [Tim Hacker/Tribune]
Skyline coach Angelo Paffumi yells at his team while on the sidelines while taking on Desert Ridge, Friday, Sept. 21, 2012 in Mesa. [Tim Hacker/Tribune]
Red Mountain's Alyssa Fernandez is thrown out at second while trying to steal the base as Desert Ridge second baseman Alexis Paffumi catches the ball in the Division I Softball State Tournament , Monday, May 6, 2013 in Phoenix at the Rose Mofford Softball Complex. [Tim Hacker/ Tribune]
The pressure mounts as each round progresses in the Division I state softball tournament, and pitchers can often feel isolated in the circle when they run into trouble.
Sometimes all you need is to simply finish what you’ve started.
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.
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Desert Ridge dominated Skyline on both offense and defense Friday as they rolled to an easy 56-13 win.
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In a matchup of near-mirror-image offenses, Skyline’s methodical run game was able to convert a few first-half possessions into scores. Dobson’s pound-it-between-the-tackles system wasn’t.
Good morning and welcome back. That was the charge of the public address announcer at Gilbert High on Saturday as the host Tigers and Mesa Westwood resumed their lightning-delayed prep football season opener.
Well boys and girls, what did we learn at the stadiums this week?
Most folks wouldn’t characterize Gilbert football coach Jesse Parker as a players’ coach.
The intensity finally faded from Jesse Parker’s face as the final minute of Friday’s 21-0 victory over Gilbert Highland wound down.
Though the final score was indicate of a relatively close game, Red Mountain had little trouble Friday night with Skyline, getting a strong defensive effort in a convincing 35-14 win.
Down two runs in the bottom of the seventh, Hamilton’s Ryan Peep smacked a walk off two-run double to propel the Huskies baseball team to a 7-6 comeback victory over visiting Horizon on Tuesday.