They’d lost everybody, for a variety of reasons. Desert Vista’s basketball coaches knew they were going to be young, inexperienced, and, even though athletic, likely to take their lumps.
Dave Gonzalez knew that his Desert Vista wrestlers were special and could compete for a state title. They came close last weekend, taking second place in the Division I state championships at Prescott Valley.
Evidently the Desert Vista boys’ and girls’ soccer teams had to be knocked down by adversity before they could attain the success that was expected of them.
It’s hard for Jason Kimbrough to not crack a smile while reminiscing about his past year in basketball. The Mountain Pointe sophomore has made tremendous strides.
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