Salpointe Catholic will try to triumph Friday night where they have twice failed.The Lancers play Scottsdale Chaparral in the Division II State Football Championship at Arizona Stadium looking for the
Salpointe Catholic looks for their first football title Friday night.
16th ranked Walden Grove's playoff hopes likely came to an end with their 38-7 home loss to #9 Safford Friday night.The Red Wolves went into the game holding the final playoff spot in Division IV but the
The Red Wolves will need some help to get into the playoffs for the first time after a 38-7 loss to Safford in Week 10.
Rio Rico has arrived. Looking for their first winning season in school history the Hawks rallied from 18 points down in the first half to beat Amphi 51-50 for their sixth win of the season. Rio Rico
The Hawks rallied to beat Amphi 51-50 clinching the first winning season in school history.
Ironwood Ridge's Girls Volleyball team didn't beat Chandler Hamilton, the best overall team in the state, Wednesday night, but they took away from that loss what their going to need to do to succeed come
The Ironwood Ridge Nighthawks have the talent, now can they take that elusive step to the Finals in Division II.
The Palo Verde Titans might be wearing out their new/old coach Todd Mayfield, but their 5-1 doing it. The Titans beat southeast side rival Santa Rita 34-14 Friday night. Mayfield is in his first season
Todd Mayfield is back on the sideline at Palo Verde and the winning has returned as the Titans beat rival Santa Rita 34-20 to move to 5-1.
Sahuaro senior Cole Sterns fumbled the opening punt of the game. A miscue that led to a Rincon touchdown and early six-nothing deficit for the Cougars. But Sahuaro ran off 55 straight points to rout
Cole Sterns scored three first half touchdowns two on punt returns as Sahuaro had no problem with winless Rincon.
Catalina Foothills quarterback Rhett Rodriguez turned the ball over for the first time this season Friday. The freshman took a chance on a deep ball early in the third quarter that was picked off by Sahuarita's
Rhett Rodriguez proves he can run, throw and take a hit in the Falcons 51-6 victory over Sahuarita.
Amphi put the clamps on the state's leading rusher Dionte Flores, keeping him out of the end zone in an 18-3 win Thursday night at Friedli Field. Flores came in with 488 yards and seven touchdowns and
Amphi did not allow the state's leading rusher Dionte Flores to reach the end zone and beat rival Flowing Wells 18-3.
Just 1.8 miles separate the campuses of Flowing Wells High School and Amphitheater High School. The rivalry is renewed Thursday as the Panthers will play their first home game of the season and show off
Flowing Wells looks to stretch its winning streak over rival Amphi to three straight.
Tucson, AZ (KOLD) - When I asked about Salpointe's brutal three game schedule to open the season, head coach Dennis Bene summed it up like this, "It prepares us for the playoffs, for a championship, and
Salpointe has now outscored their first three opponents by a combined 144-21 as they roll over Crespi 47-7.
Mountain View christened its new million dollar turf field with a 21-0 shutout win over Cienega Friday night. In a tale of two teams that are complete opposites. The Mountain Lions (2-0) run game eventually
Mountain View's defense picked and sacked Cienega quarterback Adrielle Alvarado all night long in a 21-0 shutout.
Last week Mountain View ran wild on rival Marana's new field turf. Now its the Lions turn to debut their new surface. Mt. View (1-0) will host Cienega Friday in the Overtime Game of the Week. It'll mark
Mountain View takes a 1-0 record into their home opener against Cienega.
If Ironwood Ridge Football Coach Matt Johnson plays poker, he's probably a pretty good bluffer. Wednesday he said the 2013 version of his Nighthawks would have to throw the ball to win. Yeah not so much. The
Ironwood Ridge got up off the deck and recovered from a 14-0 deficit to beat Peoria Liberty 42-40.
Ironwood Ridge must replace pretty much everything but the locker room showers (more of a sports analogy than the kitchen sink). The Nighthawks begin defense of their Division II State Football Championship
Ironwood Ridge begins the season after winning the state title without 21 of the 22 starters who got them to the top of Division II.