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Chaparral's Ashtyn Coleman holds back from swinging at a ball while taking on Red Mountain in the Div. I State Championship game, Monday, May 13, 2013 on the campus of ASU in Tempe. [Tim Hacker/Tribune]
Never a doubt.
A quick breakdown of Monday night's Division I softball state championship matchup between No. 14 Chaparral and No. 6 Red Mountain:
How many times can a team keep doing this?
It took more than four hours, nine sets, and an upset of the No. 1 seed, to create an all-Gilbert final in the boys volleyball state tournament.
Maybe the hat on Sam Messina’s head is less about uniform attire and more to cover the continuous discoloration of his hair.
Sunday was not a day of rest for Bre Macha.
For most hitters a mistake pitch is something up and over the plate.
This weekend was warm enough that locals seemed to collectively change their wardrobes from light layers to tank tops, shorts and other summer staples. If you cringe at the thought of your right to bare arms, then it’s time to take the Tough Lotus Challenge.
Her team found ways to stay alive for at least a few more days in the Division I state tournament, but Lindsey Collins wasn't gushing.
The top seed in the Division II baseball state tournament got off to a rocky start on Thursday.
Mountain View's Valerie Kaff swings while up to bat against Desert Vista at the Rose Mofford Sports Complex in Phoenix Wednesday, May 1, 2013. [Jerry Burch/Special to Tribune]
If anybody was figuring that the Red Mountain softball run would end after three years, think again.
WASHINGTON — Americans are more optimistic the job market is healing and will deliver higher pay later this year. That brighter outlook, along with rising home prices, cheaper gasoline and a surging stock market, could offset some of the drag from the recent tax increases and government spending cuts.
Nick Guaragna still thinks there might have been a mistake.
As the F.B.I. and Department of Homeland Security sift through the collateral damage in Boston, one thing is abundantly clear: it was an act of terrorism. Questions, like who is responsible and their motivation, remain to be determined. Along with those questions, one cannot help but ask where God is during events like this.
Christine Olivas really likes the flair for dramatics.
There’s no question about Ryan Castellani's bright baseball future.
Three years ago, a bunt, overthrow, or bobbled grounder led to a 1-0 win or loss.
CHARLESTON, S.C. — Charleston is awash in history and Southern charm and becoming widely known as a culinary town. Each year it hosts major events ranging from the Spoleto Festival USA to the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition and the Family Circle Cup Tennis Tournament. But there are a lot of free things to do for visitors drawn to the city founded in 1670. Here are some suggestions:
Visitors walk along the pier at the Waterfront Park in Charleston, S.C. on March 11, 2013. The pier reaching into the Cooper River provides a great view of ships and boats passing by and has swings where visitors can catch a cool breeze on hot days and pass some time near the water. (AP Photo/Bruce Smith)
Mill Avenue has always been a hot spot for tourists, students, and locals alike. With the constant flow of people and changing demographics, it is typically no surprise when a new restaurant or bar opens.
Maybe it’s inaccurate to say Riley Unroe was born to be a switch-hitter, but the evidence was pretty clear by age 2.
This undated publicity photo shows WALLTAT.com's "Kids on Swings" decal, a popular choice for parents decorating nurseries. Parents like the flexibility of wall decals that can be easily changed as kids grow. (AP Photo/Courtesy of WALLTAT.com)