Desert Vista head coach Dan Hinds has been focused on cleaning up mistakes for the first four weeks of his team’s season. Friday night at Phoenix College, the Thunder regressed in some of those areas, but they were able to grind out a 17-14 win over Brophy.
The tough competition doesn’t stop with last weekend’s defeat of Chandler High as Mountain Pointe High will see where it stands against the Arizona’s top football talent in the coming weeks.
Before Desert Vista High School’s road tilt with Basha High last Friday, Thunder quarterback Derek Kline wasn’t feeling like himself. the victim of a flu bug that’s been making its way around the team.
From the start, you could tell it weighed heavy on their minds.
Desert Vista pummeled Skyline Friday night by a score of 44-13, but the Thunder didn’t leave the field without a few bumps and bruises of their own. The game was physical from the outset, and some Desert Vista coaches took an exception to it.
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