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Siera Phillips and Breanna Macha Peterson don’t often talk about the bitter rivalry between their colleges. The players on Red Mountain’s softball team will do that for them at an appropriate time.

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East Valley schools had a dominant performance on Saturday in the boys’ volleyball state championships, where both top-ranked Casteel (5A) and Perry (6A) were able to cap off the season with rings. After more than two years of anticipating this opportunity since the end of the 2019 season, b…

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Patrick Herrera and his older brother, AJ, grew up inside of a dugout. Whether playing baseball themselves or as bat boys for the team their father Pat coached, they were always nearby.

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Leighton Accardo’s legacy, one built on positively impacting the lives of everyone she came into contact with, will forever live on in the hearts of Arizona sports fans and the Coyotes organization.

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Cole and Kori Martin can’t help but smile and break out into laughter when asked who the better athlete is between the two. It’s a question that has been asked all throughout their childhood and perhaps even more so now that the two are at the same high school.

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Mesquite High School’s beach volleyball program, fresh off its first state title in program history in 2019, was eager to defend its trophy last spring in pursuit of back-to-back championships.

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The United States Disabled Open, which aims to provide a PGA Tour-like atmosphere for disabled golfers, is descending upon Mesa for its third-ever tournament in May.