Karl Kiefer, who led the chargers in winning three state titles for McClintock High School and is credited with starting the Mountain Pointe football program, is receiving hospice care following a recent heart attack.
The last time Hamilton and Centennial lined up against one another, the Coyotes scored 27 unanswered points to knock off the Huskies in the 2015 quarterfinals.
Josh Vedder finished his swim event and nearly all of family was there to see him make it through one of the most difficult turns of his career in the pool.
In a badminton game between two seniors, Skyline senior Hanna Schwuchow resorted to a powerful backhand in helping the Coyotes top Desert Vista, 6-3 in Division I badminton action on Thursday.
The Mesquite men’s swim team defeated the Campo Verde in a Division II non-region meet that came down to the final event at Perry High School.
Marcos de Niza gradaute Sam Dorman and Michael Hixon had never competed together in synchronized diving before the U.S. Olympic trials earlier this summer.
Before diving completely into the winter sports, there is time to take one more look back at what was accomplished, surpassed and championed in the fall.
Chandler High School senior Mark Jurek might just be a little bit crazy. His idea of fun is trying to do what few had even contemplated attempting, much less done.
The East Valley may not have come away with the top prize at the boys and girls Division I state swim and dive championships, but a school from the region took home runner-up trophies for both the boys and girls.
Every year, with every boys swim and dive state championship since 1988, the result has been the same. Brophy takes home the title, and everyone else battles for second and third.
A solid, winning football program, much like any building, is built on a strong foundation. However, instead of concrete, the basis of a football program is the principles in which a coach believes.
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.