Nothing in softball is more dreaded than the “mercy rule.”
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The grind of a season eventually will take its toll. Balancing athletics and academics is a struggle and, for Desert Vista, it all caught up with them Friday night.
The third-seeded Basha boys basketball team had three things on its mind Wednesday afternoon: defense, rebound and execute.
Hunter Figueroa felt like the Highland Hawks were a bit underestimated coming into the Division I quarterfinal contest against the Pinnacle Pioneers.
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 athletic directors of the newly formed 6A conference got together and hammered out the football schedules for next season.
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.
The holidays are big for boys basketball, with major tournaments that help teams prepare themselves for runs in the state tournament.