The end of the fall sports season has officially arrived, as athletes from across Chandler have already jumped into winter sports seasons.
The end of the fall sports season has officially arrived, as athletes from across Mesa have already jumped into winter sports seasons.
It was billed as arguably the biggest game in the history of high school football in Arizona.
Top-seeded Mesquite used a third-quarter surge to defeat No. 4 Chaparral 72-49 in the 5A Conference state semifinal game at Grand Canyon University on Wednesday night.
Twenty area teams had their school name placed on a line in the AIA state football playoff brackets Saturday morning.
Williams Field ran off 37-unanswered points en route to a 40-21 victory over Chaparral.
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.
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.
The men of the diamond return this week and, as always with baseball in Arizona, the level of play will be high and the presence of professional scouts just might outnumber fans in attendance when certain prospects take the mound.
When the Arizona Football Coaches Association (AzFCA) got together for the meeting on Friday, there is a good chance Pete Walheim got a lot of pats on the back.
Travis Schureman was a bit perplexed, much like everyone else, but he isn’t as concerned as others about where the Queen Creek football program will land once divisional placement is finalized.