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It’s pretty clear last season is going to be hard to duplicate.
Desert Vista's Mark Munoz, right, is one of the top players returning for the Thunder with hopes of making another state title match run.
Tryouts and conditioning have started for winter sports this week.
Ahwatukee attorney Melanie Beauchamp was named Business Woman of the Year by the Ahwatukee Foothills Chamber of Commerce during the Fourth Annual Palo Verde Award Gala on Saturday, Nov. 2.
Each year the Ahwatukee Foothills Chamber of Commerce honors local business women through the Palo Verde Women in Business Award.
When speaking about high school sports, most individuals are mainly concerned about how the football season is going.
Desert Vista graduate Kaylee Gambadoro heads to a big city - Chicago - to continue her soccer career leaving her close-knit family about 1,750 miles behind.
John Gambadoro is known for his brash opinions, going on rants and talking about all things sports five times a week.
You ever hear the saying, “This is about as much fun as watching snails race?” Well “Turbo,” the latest flick from DreamWorks Animation, is literally about a racing snail. It’s also about as fascinating as watching paint dry or watching grass grow. Sitting in the theater, you never feel like you’re observing an animated feature from the edgy, satirical, pop-culture savvy folks at DreamWorks. You feel like you’re watching a cartoon with a thin premise on Nickelodeon. In other words, save your time, save your money, and stream it for the kids when it’s on Netflix in several months.
When Matt Haggerty began high school at Seton Catholic, he had mononucleosis. When he began his senior year, it was on a broken foot.
Dani Jones put together one heck of a state meet.
Volleyball was Kyle Pitman’s secondary sport, but it was hard to tell with his effort and influence on the court.
What a crazy three days for area athletes.
There have been highs and lows from the 2012-2013 athletic year.
The Desert Vista soccer teams turned the Division I state title matches into a double header as both the boys and girls finished as state runners-up.
It’s been three years since she was paralyzed from the waist down after a soccer incident injured her spinal cord.
An Ahwatukee Foothills native’s life-long love for soccer skyrocketed to professional heights last August, when he became the first amateur player to sign a professional contract from Premier Development League club FC Tucson.
One of Desert Vista's own is coming back home to be a Sun Devil.
The Desert Vista and Mountain Pointe football teams will be starting spring football for three weeks beginning on Monday, April 29.
The Tempe All-City banquet was this week and several area athletes were honored.
Winter sports athletes, like members of the Desert Vista girls soccer team, were honored at the Tempe All-City banquet this week.
It was nearly the storybook ending everyone at Desert Vista thought was possible.
The amount of emotion that poured out of Rachel Ressler nearly matched the sweat and dedication she put into her Desert Vista soccer career.
Desert Vista senior Hannah Stevens, left, was apart of the the Thunder's back line that allowed more than one game in a match all season long.
Desert Vista senior Rachel Ressler, left, worked hard to put the Thunder in position to win a state title but came up just short against Xavier in the Division I finals.