The Desert Vista High School boys volleyball team may have a new coach, but it hasn’t lost its stride on the court.
There was a time not long ago when the Mountain Pointe boys tennis team stepped off the bus for a match and the sound of the air brakes being released was symbolic.
Kayleigh Conlon spends most of her days spinning in circles, but not because she lacks direction or drive.
A softball matchup between 6A Conference title contenders on Tuesday quickly became a laugher.
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