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There are a lot of questions surrounding area boys basketball teams as the season begins and the answers will go a long way in determining just where it ends up.
Tryouts and conditioning have started for winter sports this week.
Vi Koka will end her athletic career at Mountain Pointe as one of the most decorated badminton players in the long and successful history of the Pride program.
Believe it or not, the football season is already halfway complete.
In some years, there are high school teams so talented that a coach’s main responsibility is to gently guide the rudder without messing anything up.
Last summer the biggest basketball news was the development of the Westwind Prep Academy.
Hosea Graham has a smooth stride these days.
Checked in with the Mountain Pointe boys basketball team today as new coach Hosea Graham tries to put his identity on the program before the Pride plays at Grand Canyon this weekend.
St. Mary’s has ruled the Division I girls basketball scene as local teams can attest.
The Thunder Basketball Academy, featuring Desert Vista boy basketball coach Dave Williams, will host three sessions for third through eighth grade at Desert Vista, 16440 S. 32nd St.
There have been highs and lows from the 2012-2013 athletic year.
Last week, the Division I and II baseball state tournaments moved to spring training stadiums across the Valley.
J’ontar Coleman wanted what he felt was rightfully his all along.
A club team of nearly 30 students from both Desert Vista and Mountain Pointe high schools in Ahwatukee have taken to a new sport, showing a little-known trait of camaraderie in the notoriously rough international sport of rugby.
The Tempe All-City banquet was this week and several area athletes were honored.
Kyle Pitman followed up his captaincy with the Desert Vista boys basketball team by getting a second term with the Thunder’s volleyball team this spring.
The annual All-Tempe picks were recently announced and per usual area schools were well represented.
The change was subtle but something Khari Holloway felt needed to be done.
‘Twas not the winter of everyone’s discontent. At least not for all the basketball players, soccer studs and wrestlers who took their shots, saves and takedowns for glory’s sake and found some.
From the overlooked category comes this little tidbit: Mountain Pointe senior guard Khari Holloway broke the 1,000-point plateau for his career this season.
Tucked away in the storage room of the Mountain Pointe gym was a ball very few people knew about, including the one person it was intended for on Friday night.
Mountain Pointe senior Khari Holloway and Desert Vista senior Kyle Pitman were named All-Tempe in boys basketball. Corona del Sol senior Casey Benson was named player of the year.
Aaron Windler had trouble sleeping Saturday night.
It’s a virtue and a great game plan to win playoff games if you can execute it.
The state basketball tournament beings this week for area girls and boys teams.