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Wrestling was Craig Brooks’ second sport in high school as his time at Northern Colorado and the Arena Football League as a lineman will attest.
Prescott Valley • The demons have been quieted.
Joseph Gross of Ahwatukee was named the League Co-Champion on the First Team All-League for the 145-pound weight class. Army and Navy Academy announced that the Warrior Wrestling team has been named League Champions of the Citrus League, Southern Conference. This is the Academy’s inaugural season in the league.
Once again the inequality among the four Division I wrestling sectionals will leave many wrestlers battle tested and beat up.
After a scoring snafu was figured out, the Kyrene Akimel A-al Middle School wrestling program won back-to-back conference titles for the first time in school history.
It’s customary for wrestling tournament directors to ask the finalists to fill out a bio before the championship round to provide background information when they are introduced.
It’s never too early.
The Infinity Wrestling Academy, run by Chuck Barbee, will host three different camps this summer at Desert Vista.
The Infinity Wrestling Academy participated in the Arizona State Wrestling Championships, which had almost 500 competitors, last weekend held at Casa Grande High School.
In his best-selling book “Outliers,” author Malcolm Gladwell examines the relationship between elite Canadian hockey players and the disproportionate likelihood of their birthdays coming in January, February or March.
TUCSON - Ah, the Caballero.
Dave Vibber knew who was walking toward him, but he never would have guessed what Darrick Kahle was about to tell him.
Losing matches he should have won wasn’t Cooper Gardner’s biggest problem.
The Infinity Wrestling Academy, for youth and middle school kids from the Ahwatukee Foothills area, will begin today, Sept. 26, with breaks for holidays, in the Desert Vista wrestling room.
The Infinity Wrestling Academy, for youth and middle school kids from the Ahwatukee Foothills area, will begin on Wednesday, Sept. 26, with breaks for holidays, in the Desert Vista wrestling room.
The Infinity Wrestling Academy, which is for youth and middle school kids from the Ahwatukee area, will be Oct. 1 to Feb. 16, 2013 (with breaks for holidays) in the Desert Vista wrestling room from 6 to 7 p.m. for wrestlers in the first through fourth grades. For those in fifth through eighth grade it is Monday and Wednesday from 7:15 to 8:30 p.m.
One of the principles of the J. Robinson Intensive wrestling camps is accountability.
The Desert Vista wrestling family had a very good weekend in Fargo, N.D., where the Junior and Cadet wrestling championships have been over the last few weeks.
(Editor’s note: This is the second in a four-part series that takes a look into the proposed 50-mile transfer rule).
Desert Vista state wrestling champion Robert Sobarzo will continue his wrestling career at Grand Canyon University, according to coach David Gonzalez.
The volleyball nets have been put away, bases removed from the fields, and the hurdles have been stacked and put in the shed.
High school wrestlers who are called for a third stalling violation will receive a stiffer penalty beginning with the 2012-13 season. In addition to the two-point penalty assessed for a third stalling violation, the opponent will now have his or her choice of position on the next restart.
The Infinity Wrestling Club, run by Chuck Barbee, has youth and middle school camps scheduled at Desert Vista, 16440 S. 32nd St.
For years Arizona high school athletes have been receiving odd gifts for Christmas — like a three-month apartment lease in a different high school boundary.
An Olympic Freestyle Wrestling Program is being offered through May by the Thunder Wrestling Program at Desert Vista High School.