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As football programs across the East Valley adjust to limitations surrounding summer workouts, Red Mountain head football coach Mike Peterson elected to suspend his program’s camp for two weeks.
A group of Chandler teens has accepted opportunities to attend a prestigious high school soccer academy with ties to a professional club in Utah.
Higley’s Keaton Jones went the extra mile to raise money for members of the Arizona community most vulnerable to severe illness from COVID-19.
It took a moment for Highland senior Leo Daschbach to realize what he had accomplished as he crossed the finish line at Oak Ridge Hill High School in El Dorado Hills, Calif.
The Arizona Interscholastic Association on Thursday announced its recommendations for schools to begin welcoming student-athletes back on campus for summer workouts in phases and Mesa athletes might be heading to practice soon.
Valley Christian High School began welcoming student athletes back to campus this past week as part of a phased reopening plan announced by school administrators on Tuesday, May 26.
A Chandler resident has taken the lead on providing an outlet for 12-year-olds of Chandler National Little League after the season was canceled because of the pandemic.
There was once a point during his high school football career that Eli Sanders aimed to be the best running back to ever come out of the Mountain Pointe program.
Mitch Armour, who previously coached at Coronado High School in Scottsdale, has been recommended to become the next head boys basketball coach at Skyline.
Ryan Freeman, who spent the last 15 years working under Max Ragsdale as an assistant, has been hired as head coach of the Campo Verde football program.
When Zack Shepherd departed for Italy in 2019 for his two-year church mission, his main focus was to share his faith with the Italian people.
Kerry Taylor, who recently stepped down after two seasons as head coach of the Arcadia football program, has been hired for the same position at San Tan Charter School in Gilbert.
Former Coronado boys soccer coach Nick Barker, who led the Dons to three state titles, is set to become the new head coach of the Hamilton program, pending board approval.