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Marcos de Niza football coach Sean Morin
Though it casted a wide net of candidates, Marcos de Niza stayed on the inside in hiring its next football coach.
Sean Morin will pick up where Roy Lopez left off.
Marcos de Niza football coach Roy Lopez was placed on "administrative leave" indefinitely on Wednesday and will not coach the Padres this week as the Division II playoffs begin.
Marcos de Niza (5-3) bested Westwood 14-7 to hand the Warriors (7-1) their first loss of the season.
Usually when the reins of a team’s offense are handed over to a sophomore, it’s cause to make a coach nervous.
Marcos de Niza rode an explosive offensive performance to a 48-7 home rout of Campo Verde on Thursday night.
Several bits of news and information trickled in from across the East Valley high school sports scene the past couple weeks, so here’s a chance to catch up on the comings, goings, doings, and un-doings during the spring before tennis (this week) and then all other state tournaments begin in early May:
Chaparral may have racked up 421 yards of total offense, but the real story came on the defensive side of the ball for the No. 3 Firebirds, recording eight sacks in a 35-21 victory over No. 6 Marcos de Niza in the quarterfinals of the Division II playoffs Friday night.
Marcos de Niza needed a big performance from their sophomore quarterback Nazareth Greer if they were going to defeat a Deer Valley team that has been solid against the run. They were also going to need their defense to have a good night.
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Marcos de Niza took down Tucson Ironwood Ridge, 28-16, in the first round of the Division II playoffs on Friday night, thanks to a strong second half and a stellar performance once again from quarterback Josh Eckley.
A furious second-half rally by Phoenix Arcadia fell short, as the Titans lost to host Tucson Santa Rita 74-72 in the 4A Division II state boys basketball quarterfinals Friday night.
Even before he entered high school, impossible expectations were thrust upon Matt Carlino. Two years later, he’s somehow lived up to them. Carlino entered his freshman year at Gilbert Highland already a household name in basketball circles, and the first year had its ups and downs.
Pedersen leads Mtn. Lions over Hawks