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Jason P. Skoda
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Saturday 08/06/2016
Camp visits: New offense, players have DV looking gold in the early going

Everyone wants to look extra nice on picture day.

It can put football players in an odd place because there also has to be a certain toughness factor to be upheld at the same time.

Smile with furled eyebrow in not always a good look.

Quarterbacks are different, though. They can get away with a big old smile. It just goes with the position somehow.

Desert Vista senior quarterback Nick Thomas was definitely smiling and showing off a good look.

Thomas was able to secure a pair of gold Under Armour high-top cleats this year after not having it in his size last year.

“I’m probably faster and can jump higher now,” he said with a laugh. “They go with our uniform and I like them a lot. I had to order them early.”

It’s not the only thing getting rave reviews two weeks into the Thunder’s camp as the new spread offense being implemented to compliment Thomas’ abilities along with the skill players like senior running back Lelon Dillard, sophomore Keishaud White and Valley Christian transfer Alijah Gammage, who was a wide receiver a freshman and a quarterback as a sophomore, and others.

“Loving it,” Desert Vista coach Dan Hinds said. “Coach (Brent) Miller has done a great job with directing the offense, and Nick Thomas has done a nice job in the offense. We have some talent coming back so we need to take advantage.”

Thomas’ development and one of the reasons the coaching staff feels good about changing up is the fact he had eight starts, while sharing time with Alex Farina, last year as a junior.

“The offense might be new but starting, and taking over the huddle is something I did on Friday nights last year,” said Thomas, who was 35 for 70 for 370 yards with two touchdowns and four interceptions. “The Friday night lights can be bright at first, but I know what to expect going into the year.”

The Thunder had an intrasquad game Friday night and found some things certain things to work on including the impact that 6-foot-3, 192-pound Alabama move-in Caleb Humphrey at safety could have for the defense.

“He comes up on the running game really well,” Hinds said. “He lays a hit. We really like him.”

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Posted in Ahwatukee sports on Saturday, August 6, 2016 1:33 pm. Updated: 1:50 pm. | Tags: Desert Vista Football , Dan Hinds , Nick Thomas , Lelon Dillard , Keishaud White , Alijiah Gammage , Caleb Humphrey

Thursday 08/04/2016
Camp visits: DeGrenier finding Mesquite to his liking

Ten seasons after taking Cactus Shadows to a Class 4A state title, Chad DeGrenier is starting over at a new program for the second time.

He is conducting preseason camp at Mesquite after DeGrenier’s five year-run at Mountain View ended after last season.

The Wildcats have had just three winning seasons over the last 12 with the last coming in 2013 when they made the semifinals in Division II.

The school’s population has been drained after the opening of other Gilbert schools, but DeGrenier has seen enough to know there is some talent to work with while laying the foundation for years to come.

“We are young, but we have some good solid seniors,” he said. “The seniors are doing a good job of setting a good example of what a good practice should look like.”

The senior class has more than 25 seniors listed on the roster with including top returners in quarterback/safety Preston Smith, wide receiver Robert Ortiz and linebacker Joe Eubanks.

“It’s going good; kids are working hard,” said DeGrenier, who has a career record of 67-65. “You just have to keep grinding.”

The team headed up to Williams before camp to get some isolated time away from everything in order to build a rapport and trust.

“We had nothing but each other for five days,” he said. “We were getting on the same page, putting in our system and enjoyed being outside in beautiful weather.”

The Wildcats will need to be quick learners with a tough schedule as Mesa, Gilbert, Apollo and Desert Edge make up the non-region schedule.

Then Queen Creek, Campo Verde, and Williams Field will be tough matchups in the Northeast Valley Region.

DeGrenier is known for his fast-paced offensive scheme from his days as an Arena League quarterback, but the personnel has to match for it to be completely effective.

“We have some good linemen so we could be more power than usual,” he said. “We have a little bit of talent outside. There are so many guys we are still looking at. It will be similar to what we ran the last couple years at Mountain View.”

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Posted in Ahwatukee sports on Thursday, August 4, 2016 4:06 pm. Updated: 4:34 pm.

Camp visits: MP's defense will feed off front four

The collision was so loud and violent that someone who wasn’t watching the play develop might have thought there was a car accident at 44th St. and Knox Rd.

Instead it was just the Mountain Pointe defensive line feeding off each other in practice.

It’s been a common occurrence thus far in camp.

The Pride No. 1 defense is expected to be one of the best units in the state in 2016 and a lot of that comes from D-Line.

No one has a better view of the havoc than all-state safety Isaiah Pola-Mao as the play develops and he makes his read.

“They are going to make my job so much easier,” Pola-Mao said. “The quarterback is going to have to make quick decisions and those are not always good ones.”

The Pride has always deployed three- and four-man fronts defending on the opponent and/or situation.

No matter what the defense steps on the field the group of Shomari Hayes, Khalif Ravenell, Matthew Pola-Mao and Daniel Pena are going to be hard to handle.

All are big

The group up front this year could be one of the best under Vaughan, and there is a different look to it.

In the past the Pride has been on the smaller side up front with the likes of Charlie Trevino, Mitchell Fraboni and Dillon Goulet, but now Hayes, Pola-Mao and Pena average 6-2 ¼ and 282.7 pounds.

Hayes and Pola-Mao set the tempo of the group. They evoke a ton of energy and in the today’s vernacular are always “looking to eat.” There were times in practice – whether it was the Pride’s ones on the line or the backups that the duo were just unstoppable.

It’s just training camp, and Friday’s nights are a different level, but in the handful times we’ve witnessed spring and training camp this group has been devastating.

Don’t be surprised if there are quite a few collisions once the season kicks off.

Posted in Ahwatukee sports on Thursday, August 4, 2016 3:58 pm. | Tags: Mountain Pointe Football , Shomari Hayes , Matthew Pola-mao , Khalif Ravenell , Daniel Pena

Monday 08/01/2016
Desert Vista cancels football game in California

The Desert Vista football team is no longer headed to California on August 26 to be part of the Brothers in Arms event.

The game at El Capitan (Calif.) on August 27 gave the team an 11-game schedule. It was one of several games being held that weekend in the annual Brothers in Arms Event.

"We had our 10 games," Thunder athletic director T.J. Snyder said.

The players were told before they left for the annual team camp in Show Low on July 18.

Arizona Interscholastic Association David Hines said Arizona schools can only schedule out of state games if the the team has less than 10 to begin with in order to fill it out.

"DV was scheduled for 10 games before the discussion of a California team to play," Hines said. "Arizona schools cannot schedule schedule an 11th game with an out of school state."

The Brothers in Arms website still has the game on the schedule.

El Capitan coach Ron Burner said the late notice made it too hard to do anything about it so now his squad has a bye Week 1.

"We found out July 21 and as you can imagine has put us in a very bad situation," he said. "Nobody has games available at this late stage of the year with Game 1, four weeks away."

Desert Vista, which played in the inaugural Brothers in Arms event in 2013, opens the year August 19 at Perry, and will now have a bye week before Basha on Sept. 2.

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Posted in Ahwatukee sports on Monday, August 1, 2016 2:27 pm. Updated: 9:16 pm. | Tags: Desert Vista Football , Brothers In Arms , Tj Snyder

Thursday 07/07/2016
Ahwatukee Little League sends three teams to semifinals

The Ahwatukee Little League had a heck of a run in the District 13 tournament.

And now the real work begins.

The A.L.L. had the best overall record for the three age groups compared to the six other leagues in the district.

The teams went 13-2 with the Majors (5-1) and Minors (4-0) earning the top seed in the semifinals, while the 10s (4-1) will be the second seed.

The semis are Friday at Tempe Sports Complex with winners advancing to Saturday's championship game.

The Majors topped Chandler National North on Wednesday to grab the top seed. The team faces Chandler American at 8 p.m. on Friday.

The Minors, which has a lot of the same players that won the title in the 10s division last year, will take on Tempe Guadalupe at 8 p.m.

The 10s face Tempe South at 6 p.m.

The district winners head on to the state tournament, starting around mid to late July, with Majors keeping the dream of playing in the Little League World Series alive.

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District 13 finals records

Ahwatukee Little League      13-2

Chandler National South       11-4

Chandler National North        9-6

Chandler American                5-6

Tempe Guadalupe                 4-6

Tempe South                         4-11

Tempe Rio Salado                0-11

Posted in Ahwatukee sports on Thursday, July 7, 2016 1:19 pm. Updated: 2:15 pm. | Tags: Ahwatukee Little League

Wednesday 05/25/2016
Denny looks to be right fit for Mountain Pointe

Clearly it was not going to be easy to find a high-level coach that would  be in the same mold as Brandon Buck to be the next guy to run the Mountain Pointe baseball program.

The search committee had a tough task, reached out to some of the state’s top coaches and eventually settled on Matt Denny.

The same guy who could be found at Tempe Diablo last week as he helped Greenway to its second Division II title in three years last week.

Walking away from a program that he clearly has playing at a very high level had Denny torn through the whole process, and much like his predecessor he told his players as soon as he made a decision so the news came directly from him.

“It was not a unanimous decision by any means,” Denny told reporters after the DII title game. “Ultimately, I just didn’t want (the players) to hear it from a friend, from a coach or a dad. I wanted them to hear it straight from my mouth so I could explain why and just give them a heartfelt talk. Yes, I was very worried it was going to distract them. I saw some definite disappointment in some eyes.”

While it could have led to a distraction or a burden the players finished it with a championship.

“How much did I want it? Through the roof,” he said. “I wanted everything for these guys.”

As the end of the season came nearer, Denny kept thinking about all of the last things he’d ever do as Greenway’s coach. At least the final bus ride came with a big old trophy in hand.

“When I told the players I was leaving it definitely shocked them,” he said. “I was worried it would be a distraction. But it went really well, obviously. It’s a great ending.”

While he is now part of the Pride family, he will always be grateful for his time at Greenway, which started in 2002 before becoming head coach in 2007.

“Greenway is where I grew up as a coach, as a parent, as a dad, as everything,” Denny said. “My professional career is here. Making the switch over next year was one of the most difficult decisions I’ve ever made.

“Honestly it’s just been consuming me and I’ve just been trying to fight it and get these guys ready for playoff baseball and not think about the next journey I’m going to be on.”

* Contact writer: (480) 898-7915 or jskoda@ahwatukee.com. Follow him on Twitter @JasonPSkoda

Posted in Ahwatukee sports on Wednesday, May 25, 2016 5:58 pm. Updated: 8:11 pm. | Tags: Mountain Pointe Baseball , Matt Denny , Brandon Buck

Thursday 05/05/2016
Crump hopes to build a Desert Vista brand

Club basketball coaches have players come in and filter through the program pretty quickly.

Coaches do their best to put their imprint on each one, but most of the players are already highly developed before moving on to the next age group or level of play.

Gino Crump found himself wanting more time.

It led to him reaching out to high school programs in order to leave a more lasting imprint on players and now he will get a chance to do it with the players of Desert Vista.

“Club players are the best or one of the best players on their high school team, but you have a shorter window to interact,” Crump said. “With high school players you get them five or six days a week, can work on developing players at every level and have a real impact as a mentor or coach.”

Crump has had plenty of success since coming to Arizona from Washington, D.C., as head coach of the Arizona Magic, an AAU club team now known as The Factory has produced five NBA players, according to the website. The Magic went 34-8 in 2014 and have averaged 30 wins per season in his three years at the helm, according to a story in Casa Grande Dispatch.

He had similar success in his one year at Casa Grande as the Cougars went 25-6, won the Division III, Section III title, went undefeated at home and made the second of the playoffs.

Now he takes over a Desert Vista program that most thought underachieved at 14-13 a year after making the Division I state finals before losing to Corona de Sol.

Crump has a clear vision for the program moving forward that shows he was the right man for the job from the start.

"We take pride in developing certain type of kids and building a brand," Crump said. "When college coaches come to me I want to be able to say this is a DV kid. That comes with a certain brand - they have character, they have a toughness about them, play the game the right way and have a high basketball IQ.

"When we get there then the program will be doing good things."

* Contact reporter Jason P. Skoda at (480) 898-7915 or jskoda@ahwatukee.com. Follow him on Twitter @JasonPSkoda

Posted in Ahwatukee sports on Thursday, May 5, 2016 11:08 am. | Tags: Desert Vista Boys Basketball , Gino Crump

Tuesday 04/26/2016
Berrier resigns, hopes to join son at Pueblo to run wrestling program

The shake up of wrestling leaders continues this offseason with the latest news coming from Tucson.

Tim Berrier, who led Ironwood Ridge to its fourth state title this past season and first in Division I, resigned as the NightHawks’ coach in order to possibly join his son’s staff at Pueblo.

It leaves openings at Mountain View, Seton Catholic and Ironwood Ridge.

Paul Vasquez, a Pueblo graduate, started teaching at the school last year and when Steve Lopez resigned after this season. The opening gave the two-time state champion a chance to return to the wrestling room at Pueblo should he hired.

“I grew up about 1 1/2 miles from here, the wrestling room here is one of my favorite places in the world,” Vasquez said.

Vasquez is ready to keep Pueblo competing at a high level, and push it beyond what Lopez, who won a state title in 2008, has been able to do in the years after Berrier resigned.

“I'm from this neighborhood and have done pretty well for myself, I think it helps to get kids to buy into your program if you are from there,” he said. “We’re raised around similar circumstances, and were able to be successful. We'll see.”

Berrier is one of top teachers of the sport not only in Tucson or Arizona for that matter. He was named the National Wrestling Coach of the Year by the National Federation of State High School Associations in December.

“I'm real happy with the things we accomplished," Berrier said of the four team titles and 22 individual champs. "Seven kids went to military academies. We got a few kids headed in the right direction that needed some help.

"There was a lot of talent and little discipline (when he took over). I feel we changed the atmosphere into kids seeking excellence on and off the mat."

Paul, as much as has he had to do with Ironwood Ridge’s success in recent years, wasn’t coaching much in the early days when Berrier was churning out quality young men and top wrestlers at Catalina, Salpointe Catholic, Pueblo, Amphi and Pima College before he took over Ironwood Ridge.

Ever since the NightHawks have developed into the top program in Tucson and surpassed Sunnyside, an unfathomable thought considering the history of success for the Blue Devils, in recent years.

Berrier’s teams were known for being technicians, wrestled with class win or lose and churned out champions who went on to wrestle in college with great success. Danny Vega, who is visiting Utah Valley this weekend, will be the next one.

Now the combo hopes to do the same at Pueblo if it all comes together.

“It's awesome, our roles really won't change from the past few years, as he has kinda let me run things daily while he is in charge,” Vasquez said. “Any questions I had or have, he is the first person that I ask. I get to work with my Dad everyday doing something we both love. It's great.”

* Contact Jason Skoda at 480 898-7915 or jskoda@ahwatukee.com. Follow him on Twitter @JasonPSkoda

Posted in Ahwatukee sports on Tuesday, April 26, 2016 10:00 am. Updated: 2:12 pm. | Tags: Ironwood Ridge Wrestling , Pueblo Wrestling , Tim Berrier , Paul Vazquez

Saturday 04/23/2016
Tempe City track meet springboard for state

The Tempe City track meet tends to bring a ton of star power.

The top three in some events will be the same three, although possibly in a different order, at the state meet the first week of May.

It was held this week with some pretty impressive efforts that should prove to be a nice springboard for what happens at Mesa Community College.

Here is a look at the final results

Boys

100 dash

1

Ryan Bender

11

Desert Vista High School

10.97

 

1

2

Jalen Bryant

11

Corona del Sol High School

11.13

 

1

3

Carter Lindsay

12

Marcos de Niza High School

11.16

  

200 dash

1

Ryan Bender

11

Desert Vista High School

22.08

 

1

2

Anferni Harris

12

Mountain Pointe High School

22.22

 

1

3

Jalen Bryant

11

Corona del Sol High School

22.38

  

400 dash

1

Ryan Bender

11

Desert Vista High School

49.76

 

1

2

Anferni Harris

12

Mountain Pointe High School

50.19

 

1

3

Nate Manley

11

Tempe High School

51.41

  

110 hurdles

1

Rakevion White

12

Mountain Pointe High School

14.41

 

1

2

Cornelius Payne

12

Mountain Pointe High School

14.74

 

1

3

Jack Sampson

11

Desert Vista High School

15.08

  

300 hurdles

1

Cornelius Payne

12

Mountain Pointe High School

39.64

 

1

2

Rakevion White

12

Mountain Pointe High School

39.91

 

1

3

Ethan Wright

9

Desert Vista High School

40.32

  

1600 run

1

Graham Eversden

10

Corona del Sol High School

4:32.93

 

1

2

Matthew Anciaux

12

Desert Vista High School

4:34.79

 

1

3

Liam Kovatch

11

Corona del Sol High School

4:35.64

  

3200 run

1

Liam Kovatch

11

Corona del Sol High School

9:41.58

 

1

2

Lucas Ykema

12

Corona del Sol High School

9:47.40

 

1

3

Slade Sumners

11

Corona del Sol High School

9:48.00

  

4x100 relay

1

Marcos de Niza High School

42.52

 

1

2

Desert Vista High School

42.63

 

1

3

Mountain Pointe High School

42.65

 

1

4

McClintock High School

43.66

   
      

4x400 relay

1

Desert Vista High School

3:23.20

 

1

2

Corona del Sol High School

3:25.61

 

1

3

Mountain Pointe High School

3:29.56

   
      

4x800

1

Corona del Sol High School

8:16.56

 

1

2

Desert Vista High School

8:27.08

 

1

3

Mountain Pointe High School

8:28.09

 

1

4

Marcos de Niza High School

9:11.09

   
      

Discus

1

Elijah Mason

11

Desert Vista High School

189-10.00

 

1

2

Torrey Hickel

12

Desert Vista High School

168-02.00

 

1

3

Marcos Figueroa

10

Desert Vista High School

136-07.00

  

Shot put

1

Torrey Hickel

12

Desert Vista High School

59-05.00

 

1

2

Trevor Bailey

12

Desert Vista High School

48-00.00

 

1

3

Akash Patel

12

Corona del Sol High School

46-00.00

  

High jump

1

Jymil Toney

12

Desert Vista High School

6-07.00

 

1

2

Josh Onwardi

11

Corona del Sol High School

6-07.00

 

1

3

Nate Marshall

12

Corona del Sol High School

6-03.00

  

Triple jump

1

Connor Watson

12

Desert Vista High School

44-09.50

 

1

2

Marcus Naisant

11

Marcos de Niza High School

44-03.75

 

1

3

Steven Hartshorn West

12

Desert Vista High School

44-00.50

  

Pole vault

1

Nate Devore

12

Desert Vista High School

15-02.00

 

1

2

Mitchel Warnick

11

Corona del Sol High School

15-02.00

 

1

3

Tyler Chambers

10

Desert Vista High School

14-02.00

  

Girls

100 dash

1

Danielle Burns

12

Mountain Pointe High School

12.10

 

1

2

Brittany Patterson

11

Mountain Pointe High School

12.20

 

1

3

Kenya Coburn

9

Mountain Pointe High School

12.59

  

200 dash

1

Brittany Patterson

11

Mountain Pointe High School

25.53

 

1

2

Breanna Poe

10

Desert Vista High School

26.37

 

1

3

Olivia Thorburn

12

Desert Vista High School

26.78

  

400 run

1

Jackie Martin

11

Corona del Sol High School

57.97

 

1

2

Breanna Poe

10

Desert Vista High School

59.59

 

1

3

Janaea Butler

11

Desert Vista High School

1:02.61

  

100 hurdles

1

Autumn Smith

12

Mountain Pointe High School

14.49

 

1

2

Shea Landeene

12

Desert Vista High School

15.31

 

1

3

Emma Mccutchen

10

Desert Vista High School

15.94

  

300 hurdles

1

Danielle Burns

12

Mountain Pointe High School

42.82

 

1

2

Shea Landeene

12

Desert Vista High School

47.00

 

1

3

Kelsy Lum

10

Corona del Sol High School

49.77

  

800M run

1

Renee Payne

11

Corona del Sol High School

2:16.69

 

1

2

Haley Wolf

10

Desert Vista High School

2:19.32

 

1

3

Mason Swenson

12

Desert Vista High School

2:21.74

  

1600 meter run

1

Mason Swenson

12

Desert Vista High School

5:18.32

 

1

2

Alexis Artiaga

12

Corona del Sol High School

5:24.67

 

1

3

Emily Crall

11

Desert Vista High School

5:25.68

  

3200 run

1

Alexis Artiaga

12

Corona del Sol High School

11:26.94

 

1

2

Amanda Davis

11

Desert Vista High School

11:30.58

 

1

3

Madeline Bucci

11

Desert Vista High School

11:30.75

  

4x100 relay

1

Mountain Pointe High School

48.61

 

1

2

Corona del Sol High School

50.95

 

1

3

Desert Vista High School

51.18

 

1

4

McClintock High School

53.00

 

1

5

Tempe High School

54.62

   
      

4x400 relay

1

Corona del Sol High School

3:57.63

4x800 relay

1

Desert Vista High School

9:39.92

 

1

2

Corona del Sol High School

10:06.82

 

1

3

Tempe High School

11:01.50

 

1

4

Marcos de Niza High School

11:56.19

   
      

Discus

1

Kayleigh Conlon

11

Mountain Pointe High School

138-09.00

 

1

2

Jaztyne Griffin

10

Desert Vista High School

122-05.00

 

1

3

Morgan Boyd

12

Tempe High School

108-07.00

  

High jump

1

Shannon Fritz

12

Desert Vista High School

5-04.00

 

1

2

Jenna Figueroa

10

Desert Vista High School

4-10.00

 

1

3

Jillian Lombardi

10

Desert Vista High School

4-08.00

  

Pole vault

1

Aliya Simpson

12

Desert Vista High School

11-08.00

 

1

2

Annika Krietenstein

12

Mountain Pointe High School

11-08.00

 

1

3

Shannon Fritz

12

Desert Vista High School

11-08.00

  

Shot put

1

Kayleigh Conlon

11

Mountain Pointe High School

45-06.00

 

1

2

Jaztyne Griffin

10

Desert Vista High School

37-01.00

 

1

3

Olivia Fairchild

12

Desert Vista High School

34-00.75

  

Triple jump

1

Nura Muhammad

11

Mountain Pointe High School

39-01.50

 

1

2

Chynna Simmons

11

Mountain Pointe High School

38-07.25

 

1

3

Brittany Patterson

11

Mountain Pointe High School

37-03.25

  

Posted in Ahwatukee sports on Saturday, April 23, 2016 6:25 pm. Updated: 10:18 pm. | Tags: Tempe City Track Meet

Monday 04/11/2016
Desert Vista's spring signing period sends 17 more to the next level

It's hard to imagine any other school than Desert Vista leading the state in sending athletes to college to continue their careers.

The latest signing period totals 17 seniors moving on the next level.

Here is the list:

Steven Hartshorn West-NAU-Track

Cameron Rayford-NAU-Track

Torrey Hickel-Oklahoma State-Track

Aliya Simpson-Colorado State University-track

Jack Snyder-New Mexico State-Golf

Dustin Johnson-Gateway Community College-Baseball

Heath Chapman-Scottsdale Community College-Baseball

Spencer Rubinoff-Friends College-Baseball

Paul Fitzpatrick-Carroll University-Soccer

Raymond Figueroa-Mesa Community College-Football

Tatum Brimley- Biola University-Basketball

Toni Davis- Arizona Christian University –Basketball

DJ Hamilton-Mesa Community College-Basketball

Marissa Moreno-Pima Community College-Softball

Mara Kemmer-UNLV-Softball

Brooke Hughes-Siena College-Softball

Hailey Harward-Long Beach State-Volleyball

Posted in Ahwatukee sports on Monday, April 11, 2016 1:24 pm. | Tags: Signing Day

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