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Ten years ago, Kortny Hall coached Liberty High School in Peoria to the state 4A-II softball final. more
Two years after their older brothers were the Mustangs’ star catcher and ace pitcher, younger sister Sawyer Snodgrass is catching the heat of sophomore Camryn Davis. Only at Sunrise … more
For the sixth straight year, West Valley Preps watched enough soccer to put together a credible all Northwest Valley team. more
For the sixth straight year, West Valley Preps watched enough soccer to put together a credible all Northwest Valley team. more
PHOENIX - Some teams may start to coast once they reach a 4-0 lead at half time, but not Casteel boys soccer. Head coach Greg Lanman came over to the fans in attendance shouting, “We haven’t won it yet,” before he spoke with his team during the half more
Marisa Davis had come too far on one good leg to be stopped just short of the trophy. more
Paradise Honors was mere moments away from staving off a comeback, but the Panthers fell 50-47 to the top-seeded St. Mary’s Knights in the 4A boys basketball championship game. more
SCOTTSDALE - A ton more offense, all kinds of momentum and balanced scoring. Yeah, the Northwest Christian Crusaders finally get their shot at another state title. The 3A state tournament’s … 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
In her four years on the Valley Vista girls basketball varsity, guard Alanis Delgado, has seen this powerhouse program win games and state titles in a wide variety of ways. more
Millennium rolled to a chance for its third 5A state consecutive title, as the visiting #3 Tigers defeated the #2 Verrado Vipers 47-24 in the semifinals on Wednesday night. more
A couple sophomores spoiled Senior Night at Millennium in what will undoubtedly amount to a playoff match preview. more
The Arizona Interscholastic Association executive board announced Thursday that due to improving COVID-19 metrics up to two parents or legal guardians may attend their student-athletes' home and away games as allowed by the school and county guidelines. more
For the eleventh-straight year, West Valley Preps honors the best football players from schools in the Northwest Valley. more
A shorter, COVID-delayed season is underway for Northwest Valley high schools. more
After the 5-4 decision at a Jan. 12 AIA board meeting to reinstate the winter sports season, boys and girls basketball, soccer and wrestling will start as (re)scheduled on Jan. 18. Players and coaches are required to wear a cloth mask more
Much like the decision of the Arizona Interscholastic Association Executive Board to cancel the winter sports season Jan. 8 by one vote, the 5-4 decision at Tuesday's board meeting to reinstate the winter sports season. more
The Arizona Interscholastic Association executive board voted to cancel the winter sports season, due to the surge in COVID-19 cases since the holidays and the recommendations of the AIA Sports Medicine Advisory Committee. more
As local college and high school teams hope to start their winter sports schedule, Surprise has set 50 people as the threshold at which city approval is required for organized indoor and outdoor public events. more
The high school boys basketball season has been delayed until at least Jan. 18 by the rising number of COVID-19 cases. Here’s what local coaches have to say about their teams: more
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