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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.

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An appreciation for military service has always been one of the key characteristics of Zach Espalin. It’s been that way since living in Washington D.C. and attending school with the sons and daughters of high-ranking military officials.

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The success the Dobson High School girls basketball team endured this season has been in the making since Henry Bribiescas took over the team as head coach in 2016.

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Seton Catholic Prep won the 2021 AIA girls basketball 4A state championship 70-62 over Salpointe Catholic on Saturday. The title is the school’s third in the last four years, and 12th total under coach Karen Self.

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Mesa High School’s boys basketball team is on the verge of one of its best seasons in program history, as the Jackrabbits currently find themselves near the top of the 6A Conference standings.

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Cody Williams’ improvement both physically and mentally from his freshman to sophomore years has become one of the leading factors for the success Perry High School boys basketball team has had this season.

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Desert Ridge senior Joe Kisting stood across the wrestling mat from the Mesa High School wrestling program, not aware of what would happen after the meeting between captains for the dual match between both schools.

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