All-Tribune Boys Basketball
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Draycen Hall and Mason Crossland had banner nights by halftime as Higley cruised on Friday night.
Pressed into duty at running back, linebacker Justin Stinnett helped Apache Junction play its most complete game of the young season, finally getting the Prospectors into the win column after a pair of close calls.
The first runs of games shuffled the rankings a bit, but some of the teams still haven’t take the field so there is still a feeling out process.
Seton had a chance to put away Apache Junction in the fourth quarter but needed a little luck on a bad snap to hold on in the season opener.
It’s always easy to find Hamilton sophomore guard Maddie Frederick after a practice, because, well, she’s probably still practicing when the rest of the team has packed it in for the day.
PRESCOTT VALLEY – Finding a spot on the podium is one thing, but getting to the very top, standing there a slot above everyone else, is something completely different.
The regular season for soccer is over and the second season is about to begin with a championship trophy hoisting party just four wins away.
Hamilton junior Trueman Park went into the Division I boys golf tournament with hopes of doing well, which he did. But what he didn’t anticipate was the dramatic finish that would crown him the state’s top golfer.