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Before they picked up their first out Friday, the Deer Valley Skyhawks had many reasons to think this would be a good road trip weekend. Visiting region rival Peoria April 16, the Skyhawks' first … more
Centennial softball lost one of its legends in October 2020, when stomach cancer took Ashlie Renee Mumma (Rosenburg). Before its April 13 game against Sunrise Mountain, the Coyotes honored her … more
For the seventh year, West Valley Preps has announced honors for the best girls basketball players it covers in the West Valley. more
Sunrise Mountain set the tone of its first meeting with Centennial this season in its opening four batters, scoring two quick runs without recording a hit.     Jody … more
For the sixth straight year, West Valley Preps watched enough soccer to put together a credible all Northwest Valley team. more
Neighborhood rivals met on the softball diamond for the first time since 2016, and with both Kellis and Peoria running out young rosters April 8 the deciding factor would be which team made the last mistake. more
Two Liberty High School wrestling teams finished second, three Lions individuals placed first in their weight classes and for those wrestlers and both teams, this is just the beginning. Seven … more
For the sixth straight year, West Valley Preps watched enough soccer to put together a credible all Northwest Valley team. more
 Only in the Desert Valley Region baseball could the visiting team score six runs to tie the game in the top of the sixth inning, yet enter the seventh in a deeper hole. more
The Dysart Unified School District board meeting recently approved  the hiring of Peter Jelovic as the Valley Vista High School athletic director for the 2021-22 school year. more
The high school softball regular season started March 12. West Valley Preps asked Northwest Valley coaches to take a look at their teams: Cactus Cobras 4A West Valley RegionCoach: Bartt … more
GILBERT - It was a season for West Valley 5A boys basketball teams to dream big. Ironwood could defend its title and Centennial and Willow Canyon rose to unprecedented heights. One by one Tucson Catalina Foothills used patience, precision and exquisite positioning on the court to dash those dreams. more
Yes, a basketball team can dig itself a 20-6 hole in the first six minutes of play and survive. Particularly if that team outscores its opponent 59-23 in the final 26 minutes of the game. That's … more
Sunrise Mountain’s boys basketball season came to an end March 13 as the #12 Mustangs could not overcome a heavy first-half deficit and fell 71-60 to the #4 Gilbert Tigers in the AIA 5A playoff … more
No. 11 Liberty was knocked out of the 6A girls soccer playoffs this weekend at the hands of four-time defending state champions No. 3 Scottsdale Chaparral, who beat the Lions 3-1 Saturday at home in … more
Both of Desert Mountain's goals in its 5A girls soccer quarterfinal win at Sunrise Mountain Saturday afternoon were somewhat fluky. However, the #11 seed Wolves spent enough of the rest of play … more
In a slower paced, defense oriented 5A girls basketball quarterfinal a short span of time late in the third quarter and early in the fourth swung the result in the home team's favor. Trailing … more
The high school baseball regular season is scheduled to begin March 12. West Valley Preps asked Northwest Valley coaches to take a look at their teams: Centennial Coyotes 5A Northwest … more
The six-year theory of Liberty boys basketball, perpetual motion on both ends of the court using most of the roster and taking as many threes as possible, was pushed near its logical end during the first round of the 6A playoffs March 11. more
While defending 5A champion Ironwood is in the mix as a #3 seed, runner up Millennium is a dangerous young team and Sunrise Mountain is a very tough out, the top of the two big-school divisions looks … more
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