ahwatukee.com on Facebook
Arts & Life
- Special Sections
When the team formed in mid-June the goal was to win it all.
Checking on each player the night before a big game on the road used to be done by knocking on the door in order to make sure lights were out and everyone was in their assigned room by curfew.
The path of least resistance has the Ahwatukee Little League team of boys 11 years old and under one win away from a state championship.
J.J. Dielman could have made the jump to the NFL.
It is time to start getting re-acquainted with the football playmakers expected to make the biggest impact this year.
A night of promise quickly became problematic for Ahwatukee’s three Little League teams in the district championship Saturday.
The next step in an athlete’s development is often a byproduct of the offseason.
The magic finally came to an end last Saturday.
The U.S. Olympic Trails process proved to be a challenge for all involved.