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Three area players honored by AzFCA

The Arizona Football Coaches Association got together over the weekend for its annual meeting and came up with all-state teams. Two area players nabbed Big...

Girls soccer coaches poll: Perry’s tourney win pushes it to No....

The Perry girls soccer team has been dominant in winning its first nine games including four wins over ranked teams. The Pumas, who lost in...

Boys soccer coaches poll: Nationally-ranked Brophy heads list

It’s unanimous. The Brophy boys soccer program has been the premier program in Arizona and it appears the Broncos are the class of the 2017-18...

Vaughan steps down at Mountain Pointe

Norris Vaughan is stepping down as Mountain Pointe’s football coach. “We will be loaded next year and I wanted to leave the cupboard full,” Vaughan...

Boys basketball coaches poll: 4 teams split first-place votes

The 6A boys basketball coaches have a wide range of views when it comes to figuring out the top team a handful of weeks...

Girls basketball coaches poll: Top 4 teams stand pat

The West Side has control of the top two spots of the 6A girls basketball coaches poll for the second week in a row. Valley...

Heap opens up about purpose after daughter’s death

Todd Heap had the room and control of his emotions. As a former All-Pro tight end in the NFL Heap is used to having a...

Weekend rewind: Allen’s 38 points leads Lions at Hoophall West

The winter sports season is approaching mid-December which essentially correlates into tournament time. The region schedule has started with a few matchups here and there,...

5 Mesa players take in Ed Doherty Award ceremony

The Mesa contingent may not have come with the hardware, but they did not come home empty-handed. The rebirth and ramped up version of the...

Wrestling: Toros finish 3rd behind three champs, Jaguars 6th

Some family names never seem to leave the lineup for certain wrestling programs. The name recognition – Cejudos, DeBerrys of years past – can come...