The Catalina Foothills boys basketball team took out a week’s worth of frustration Thursday evening.
The football season just ended in Tucson, but the specifics of next year's schedule are already known, with the Pac-12 releasing the full schedules for each member on Tuesday.
The fourth annual NOVA Home Loans Arizona Bowl lineup was announced Sunday, with Arkansas State University and the University of Nevada-Reno squaring off in the Old Pueblo.
A boisterous crowd of students in blue and silver on one side and green and gold on the other bellowed through the night inside the cozy confines of the gym at Ironwood Ridge High School.
A handful of green-clad teenagers sprint through a series of conditioning drills inside the white-painted walls of Canyon del Oro’s gymnasium on an unseasonably warm November afternoon. The young women are preparing themselves for the three-month basketball season, doing what’s necessary to …
The tide of Tuesday’s boys basketball clash between the Catalina Foothills Falcons and Mountain View Lions was dictated by Falcons shooting of guards Carson James and Hayden Moser. The pair teamed up to thwart the Lions on their home court, with James scoring 24 points, while Moser led all s…
A line of fresh-faced boys in matching white jerseys impatiently sit on the courtside bleachers on a Friday afternoon. These young men make up this year’s Canyon del Oro boys basketball team, and they’re ready to get their pictures taken and get the day’s practice underway.
Josh Pollack lined up a 45-yard field goal in the waning seconds of last Saturday’s Territorial Cup rivalry game against Arizona State with a shot at immorality. The fifth-year senior kicker, who made each of his first four attempts against the Sun Devils, needed to hit the long field goal t…
Stationed in the middle of a fray of teenagers in alternating white and blue tank tops racing up and down the floor of the auxiliary gym at Ironwood Ridge High School is first-year Nighthawks coach Le’Sean Marks, who has a stopwatch in one hand and a whistle in the other.
Welcome to the offseason of the high school football calendar, where players, coaches and fans can all take a deep breath and fondly remember the highs and lows of the season that was.
The once-packed austere stadium tucked inside the tilt-up subdivisions of Vail whittled down to a pack of stray players and coaches last Friday night.
The fate of the Marana Tigers’ football season was set in the early minutes of their first-round playoff clash in Vail against the Cienega Bobcats last Friday night.
The calendar has officially hit the month of November, which means we’re about to embark on the best month of the high school sports calendar.
A group of Mountain View High School Lions had a surprise for coach Clarence ‘Bam’ McRae in the waning seconds of last Friday’s season finale against Flowing Wells.
One of the winningest football coaches in Southern Arizona history announced he’d hang up his whistle, at least temporarily, last Monday afternoon.
Welcome to the final week of the high school football regular season, with much work to be done to clinch a spot in the big dance. Each of the six teams in northwest Tucson have a shot at keeping their playoff dreams afloat Friday night, depending on the outcome of their games.
The Ironwood Ridge Nighthawks and Cienega Bobcats volleyball teams engaged in one of the most competitive straight set sweeps you’ll ever see on Tuesday night.
Welcome to the final week of the high school football season, which came at us about as fast as a roadrunner zipping its way across the desert.
Nathan Grijalva had a feeling something special was bound to happen when he laced up his high-top cleats before the final home game of his Ironwood Ridge football career.
Diego Munguia and Sebastian Peña made a pact during the spring that took them some 779 miles and a world away.
The Canyon del Oro Dorado Baseball program named Jason Hisey as its newest baseball coach last month, replacing longtime skipper Keith Francis.
Bijan Robinson ripped the momentum from the hometown Canyon del Oro Dorados in the first minute of last Friday’s Canyon del Oro-Salpointe Catholic clash.
The changing of the seasons in Southern Arizona, from blistering hot to merely somewhat hot, corresponds with the denouement of the high school football season.
Welcome to the penultimate week of the high school football season, where teams throw everything they have at their opponents in a last-ditch playoff push.
The Canyon del Oro Dorados volleyball squad cruised past two Casa Grande high schools last week to improve their yearlong record to 12-3.
The competitive course of Friday night’s much-anticipated ballgame between Ironwood Ridge and Marana high schools was set on the game’s first play from scrimmage.
Welcome to week eight of the high school football season, with a quintet of much-anticipated contests on the northwestern fringe of Tucson.