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Pinnacle coach Troy Wiese looks on as his team takes on St. Mary's during the Division I championship game at Jobing.com Arena, Saturday, Feb. 23, 2013 in Glendale. [Tim Hacker/Tribune]
After tinkering around awhile, St. Mary's put its foot down and held up another trophy.
Perhaps it's because the senior year for a core group of Pinnacle girls basketball players. Perhaps it's because that same core group has been in championship games three times and had its collective heartbroken each time.
Pinnacle had a height advantage and good game plan in its Division I state girls quarterfinal matchup with Dobson on Monday afternoon.
Beep-beep and Pinnacle was running the floor in the Division I girls state basketball tournament Friday night.
As was the case back on Nov. 24 when Pinnacle and Mountain Pointe got together in the championship game of the Lady Hawk Basketball Tournament, Saturday’s Division I, Section III girls final showcased two of the bigger stars in Arizona: the Pioneers’ Sydney Wiese and the Pride’s Kayla Lupoe.
If this is Chantel Osahor hobbled, pity be to those who face her at full strength.
Years ago, coach Nick Markette had the Hamilton boys soccer team over to his house for dinner.
During the first 16 minutes of play Saturday night, something was clearly not right with Pinnacle senior guard Sydney Wiese.
What a difference a year made for Phoenix Arcadia’s Reed Blochberger. The Titans distance standout wrapped up a successful senior season on Saturday by winning the 3,200 meters in 9 minutes, 31.22 seconds at the 4A Division II state track and field meet at Mesa Community College.
Troy Wiese wanted a change, so he resigned Tuesday after nine seasons of coaching Scottsdale Horizon girls basketball.
Phoenix Xavier has had good teams, but after Thursday night’s 68-52 road win over Scottsdale Horizon, Gators coach Jennifer Gillom hopes her players realize that they are stepping up to another level.
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The Horizon High School girls basketball team enjoyed a 90-minute drive north for three days of action and ended up winning the Bradshaw Mountain Lady Bears Invitational last weekend for the second straight season.
Some called the Highland boys basketball team’s run to the 5A final four last year a fluke, but the Hawks validated their appearance by dominating the Salpointe Tip-Off Classic over the weekend.
No matter how heavily top-ranked Highland was favored in its playoff opener against Horizon, its players could be excused for being nervous.
Horizon High sophomores Alicia Ramirez, Amy Beaumont and Carrie Beaumont were first-team All-Desert Valley Region selections this year, and the Huskies are at their best when the three-headed monster is pinballing downcourt with abandon.