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The more Gabe McGlothan reveals of himself while talking to elementary school kids, college recruiters, members of the Basha basketball program and in interviews, it is clear his path to the United States Military Academy at West Point was more than a simple choice.

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With seconds rapidly disappearing from the clock, Basha boys basketball led Corona del Sol 73-65 as Corona guard Alex Barcello frantically dribbled up the court at GCU Arena. The window of opportunity for the Aztecs was about to close.

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Even though the Gilbert Christian boys basketball team entered the Arizona Interscholastic Association playoffs on a strong winning streak, it was only awarded the fifth seed in the bracket. On Saturday, at the Prescott Valley Event Center, the Knights proved to everyone – except themselves …

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Second-seeded Basha advanced to its first state championship with a 43-38 victory over No. 3 Desert Vista in the 6A Conference semifinals at Gila River Arena.

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In a back-and-forth battle, top-seeded Corona del Sol defeated No. 8 Westview 74-59 Saturday at home in the quarterfinals of the 6A Conference boys basketball state tournament.

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Disrespectful and racial chants and shouts by high school students at basketball games recently were addressed by the Arizona Interscholastic Association in a press release on Tuesday.

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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.  

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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.

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Kate Hatch has spent countless hours at Mesa High with her older siblings as volleyballs whizzed by or the squeak of basketball shoes echoed in the Jackrabbits’ gym.

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