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If Hamilton aimed to make a statement after a tough loss to rival Chandler last week to close out the regular season, the Huskies wasted little time doing so against Corona del Sol in the Open Division quarterfinals Friday night.
Saguaro, the third-ranked team in this year’s Open Division playoffs and last year’s runner-up, has been forced to end its season due to COVID-19 cases within the program.
High school sports teams have experienced a fall season unlike any other as COVID-19 rages on. For the Tigers football team, this unprecedented season has required adjustments to life on and off the field.
The howl of the Skyline Coyotes crowd was fainter in 2020 than in years prior with limited fan attendance to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Like many, Highland volleyball head coach Jordan Neal spent this summer wondering how the COVID-19 pandemic would affect his future. More specifically, he wondered how— or even if—he would coach his team in the fall.
In recent years, life as a volleyball player remained business as usual. Show up to the gymnasium, warm up with teammates and greet the opposing team with a high-five, wishing them luck before the match.
Hamilton High School will have a new addition to the trophy case this season, as the girls volleyball team was able to capture the 2020 6A state title on Saturday night with a 3-1 win over Perry.
For the second straight year, Chandler sits atop the Open Division State Championship rankings after finishing the pandemic-shortened 2020 season undefeated.
The Arizona Interscholastic Association Executive Board voted Thursday during a special meeting to approve a Jan. 5 start date for winter sports.
COVID-19 was an unexpected addition to the night the Desert Ridge volleyball seniors dreamed about for the past four years.
The Campo Verde swim program and several other East Valley teams reached the finish line of a 2020 season that involved numerous quarantines and abnormal meets.
A tumultuous 2020 swim and dive season in Arizona has come to a close with Chaparral, one of the state’s most dominant programs, sweeping the Division I boys and girls finals en route to two state titles.
Perry badminton was pushed more than it has been all year but claimed its fourth consecutive AIA Badminton Division I Team Championship Thursday with a 5-2 victory over Sunnyslope.
The last meeting between Highland and Chandler resulted in one of arguably the most memorable games in the history of Arizona high school football, as it took overtime for the Wolves to separate themselves from the Hawks.