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In what turned out to be a defensive struggle, the Basha Bears defeated the Mountain Pointe Pride 3-2 on Wednesday in 6A baseball.
A carryover of confidence from an unlikely comeback win wasn’t surprising when Mountain Pointe grabbed an early lead Friday night at Hamilton.
Tevian Jones scored 24 points and Jalen Gibson-Starks added 14 as the Chandler Wolves earned a spot in the 6A State Tournament with a 70-49 victory over Mountain Pointe, at Chandler High School.
The day has come for a few that many dream of happening.
Mountain Pointe boys head coach Hosea Graham has turned in his resignation, effective at the end of the season, Principal Bruce Kipper confirmed on Thursday.
Tre Bugg has worn plenty of jerseys since beginning his football career and won plenty of those games, including a state title.
The Mesa boys basketball program seemingly never lets up.
The MLS Cup will have a distinct East Valley flavor.
As the high school football season has now come to an end, the recruiting trail is starting to heat up, as players haul in offers from colleges all over the country.
GLENDALE – Max Fine was visibly frustrated.
GLENDALE – This 'Ohana thing just might be working.
GLENDALE – As always, Chandler fans came out in force Saturday, turning one side of University of Phoenix Stadium into a sea of blue.
The first quarter of a football game is anything but sudden death.
By the time a 10-week regular season and a handful of playoffs games are played there is a pretty good log book of the tendencies of each team.
Sam Pepper walked off Gary Campbell Field in California dizzied and disappointed.
If the Mountain Pointe and Chandler boy basketball opener is any indication of what is ahead this weekend then grab some popcorn.
The 6A Central Region selected its all region team.
Jaydon Brooks has been Mountain Pointe’s emergency quarterback the last couple of the years.
Red Mountain’s run to the 6A Conference semifinals as the 13th seed isn’t surprising.
Up the road at Sun Devil Stadium, the college team that normally wears maroon and gold chose to dress in black Thursday, a reminder of a season killed, in large part, by injuries at key positions.
The quarterfinals of the state football plays have a very familiar feel to it.