There’s a new man in charge of the Ironwood Ridge football team for the first time in a decade, bringing a new ethos to the Nighthawks’ pigskin program.
Jason Keatseangsilp’s life changed forever during his senior year of high school in a freak repelling accident in 2011.
A throng of fresh-faced athletes whirl their way around the turf playing surface at Marana High School, practicing a set of football plays on a scorching-hot afternoon.
As has the school year, the boys volleyball season has officially come to an end, with several local high schools reaching newfound heights on the hardwood this spring.
A star-studded roster of high school softball players took to the perfectly-manicured fields of Tucson’s Lincoln Park on a picturesque evening last Thursday.
The thermometer is inching up by the day, which means it’s time to find a way to enjoy the beauty of Arizona without suffering from heat stroke in the process.
Bryanna Caldwell-Coté spent her high school years working the lanes at Tucson’s Golden Pin Lanes, shaping a career in the sport she loves. She will return for the lane’s swan song on June 6, when the Professional Women’s Bowling Association competes at the facility.
The high school baseball season has come and gone, with several local programs achieving success, both on and off the diamond. The six high schools of northwest Tucson: Catalina Foothills, Canyon del Oro, Ironwood Ridge, Marana, Mountain View and Pusch Ridge Christian Academy, have a plethor…
The Arizona Wildcats sent a sellout crowd of 2,705 softball fans home happy Sunday after dispatching Auburn University with ease.
The marine layer settled into UCLA’s Easton Stadium this weekend like a cold, damp blanket, forcing players and coaches alike to grab their heaviest jackets.
A wave of complete jubilation and relief swept across the softball diamond at Arizona State University for Ironwood Ridge players, coaches and fans alike Monday night.
Alyssa Palomino-Cardoza stepped up to the plate inside Westwood's Easton Stadium in the top of the seventh with a chance to be the hero.
A crescendo of energy reached it fever pitch in the fifth and final set of Mountain View’s second round boys volleyball playoff match with visiting Salpointe Catholic Tuesday night.
The fate of Saturday’s 5A elimination softball game between regional rivals Ironwood Ridge and Mountain View high schools came down to a series of singles.
The best of the best track athletes met on the synthetic surface of Mesa Community College over the weekend for the AIA’s State Track and Field Championships.
Another trip around the sun and summer is here again! Summer brings with it diverse opportunities for everyone to get out and have fun. Around this time every year, I have this flashback from my youth. School is letting out for summer and my dad is pulling the cover off our boat. My mother m…
Jaiden Reid had a premonition in the final inning of Tuesday’s first round softball playoff game as she stood in the field. The senior, who was 2-for-2 at the plate to that point of the Ironwood Ridge Nighthawks’ opening round game against Glendale’s Ironwood, got her shot in the bottom of t…
A dark foreboding wall of cumulus clouds hung over the early innings of Canyon del Oro’s second round playoff baseball game with Seton Catholic last Monday.
Local athletes from the six high schools of northwest Tucson were among the highest placing finishers at Saturday’s Southern Arizona Track Championships.
Two of the best boys volleyball teams in Tucson battled it out inside the old gymnasium at Mountain View High School Tuesday night.
The Marana Tigers were staring at a 5-0 deficit in the middle innings of their softball play-in game against Rincon/University High School Wednesday afternoon.
The University of Arizona softball team is in the midst of a historic winning streak, with the Stanford Cardinal serving as its latest victim.
Halle Morris stepped up to the plate in the bottom of the ninth inning with a shot at providing a Hollywood ending to Canyon del Oro High School’s softball senior day home finale Tuesday evening.
On the heels of the University of Arizona’s WNIT championship, third-year women’s basketball coach Adia Barnes recently sat down with members of the media to discuss her team’s recent successes, and what’s to come for the program.
The Tucson Roadrunners’ task in Saturday’s regular season finale was a seemingly easy one: win or lose in overtime to reach the American Hockey League’s playoffs for a second straight season.
The spring sports schedule in northwest Tucson is reaching its regular season apex, with several sports hitting the peak of their schedules.
The Mountain View Lions’ softball team unleashed an offensive tour de force on the Flowing Wells Caballeros Thursday afternoon. The Lions (16-7, 7-0) pounced on an overmatched Caballeros squad on the road, winning their road clash by a whopping 15-1 margin in five innings.
The Ironwood Ridge Nighthawks softball team unleashed a torrent of offense in the early innings of their Tuesday afternoon clash with Marana.
Streams of red and blue confetti rained onto the court of the McKale Center as a heap of Arizona Wildcats let out primal screams of jubilation Saturday afternoon.
The course of last Thursday’s softball clash between Canyon del Oro and visiting Casa Grande swung on a bloop single to right field.
A crescendo reached its fever pitch as the final seconds drained from the clock at McKale Center Sunday afternoon.
A crowd of more than 6,000 people roared in unison as the final seconds drained from the center-court clock at McKale Center on Thursday evening.
The Arizona Interscholastic Association’s first set of spring sports rankings were released Thursday, with several local programs making the top 10 in their respective sport.