The quest for a second straight 6A Final appearance fell one game short for top-seeded Mountain Pointe.
Following Mountain Pointe’s trouncing of the eighth-seeded Highland Hawks in the 6A quarterfinal at Karl Kiefer Stadium Friday night, coach Norris Vaughan spoke to his team with joy and high praise.
As everyone expected, No. 1 Mountain Pointe High School breezed by No. 16 Cibola High Friday night to advance to the second round of the 6A state playoffs.
For the fourth straight year, the Desert Vista High School boys cross-country team was crowned as the Division I state champions, blowing away the competition with a team score of 34.
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