Austin Beatty found his life’s calling in the organized chaos of competitive paintball.
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.
The tide of Wednesday’s clash between Ironwood Ridge and Buena baseball teams turned on a misplayed fly ball to left field. The soaring ball, which came off the bat of Levi White, careened off the glove of the Colts’ left fielder, allowing third baseman Ajay Ram to score the winning run from…
The message from Pusch Ridge Christian Academy assistant baseball coach Steven Ambuehl to his team last Tuesday afternoon was simple: get to work.
Mike Flowers has lived in the Old Pueblo for four decades, actively embedding himself into the local sports culture since moving from New York.
The Canyon del Oro baseball team had a week full of highs before they fell in the final game of the Lancer Baseball Classic.
A buzz filtered through the crowd of 3,265 at the McKale Center last Thursday night as the Arizona Wildcats played their first women’s basketball postseason game in eight years.
A buzz filtered through the crowd of 3,265 at the McKale Center Thursday night as the Arizona Wildcats played their first women's basketball postseason game in eight seasons.
Diana Nisbett achieved a lifelong dream on a softball diamond thousands of miles away more than two years ago. The 17-year-old Ironwood Ridge senior, who’s manned the middle of the infield over the last four years for the Nighthawks, will do the same this summer on an international stage.
James Hardy Jr. has big plans for the football team at Ironwood Ridge High School, with plans to build a perennial regional power into a statewide juggernaut.
Rita Hillenbrand Stadium achieved a first over the weekend when the Florida State Seminoles came to Tucson. The three-game series between two longtime softball heavyweights featured the first number-one ranked team outside of the Pac-12 to play in the 26-year-old stadium.
What started as a crosstown rivalry game turned into a pitcher’s duel for the ages on the periphery of Marana last Friday afternoon.
A dozen or so athletes wearing black jerseys with white trim take fielding practice on the pristine field at Mountain View High School on a crisp February afternoon.
A cadre of family members was overcome with emotion earlier this month when Marcus Castillo pinned his opponent to a black wrestling mat in the Prescott Valley Events Center.
Despite a bit of snow last week, the spring sports season is underway in Southern Arizona, with baseball and softball kicking off their seasons.
The latest chapter in what's been a long and turbulent 12 months for Arizona basketball coach Sean Miller took another turn on Monday.
A slate of bad weather has forced Canyon del Oro High School’s softball team to cancel the yearly Dorado Classic tournament held at Lincoln Park, according to the team’s Twitter page.
What a year it’s been across north Tucson for the six girls basketball programs within Tucson Local Media’s coverage, with individual and teamwide accolades to go around.
A brilliant blue sky broke through a wall of slate gray clouds in the early afternoon hours Sunday, Feb. 17, shining light on the University of Arizona campus’ newest gem.
The course of Pusch Ridge Christian Academy’s second-round playoff clash with Blue Ridge High School swung on a pair of technical fouls in the final quarter.
The die was cast in the early minutes of Marana High School’s girls basketball opening round playoff game against Maricopa Tuesday night, and the home side came up short.