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.
From the outset of the 4A girls state championship, second-seeded Seton Catholic was in control of No. 1 Cactus Shadows.
The bleachers at Copper Canyon High School were full of screaming Coconino fans to start the game.
PRESCOTT VALLEY – Cameron Upshur stepped on the airplane heading back from The Clash in Minnesota believing he was done with wrestling.
The athletic accomplishments of six individuals and four teams will be celebrated during the 13th Annual Chandler Sports Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Luncheon to be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 11, 2017, at the Chandler Center for the Arts. Special recognition also will be given to…
The Seton Catholic girls volleyball team won a nail-biting, four-set match, 3-1, against No. 10 Coconino on Wednesday in the first round of the 4A Conference state tournament.
The Marcos de Niza Padres erupted Friday night against the Seton Catholic Sentinels to earn their sixth win of the season and head coach Paul Moro’s 332nd of his career.
The fall sports season in Arizona is revving up as teams from all across the state look for opportunities to show the hard work and dedication given throughout the grueling Arizona summer.