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On Jan. 22, Priest Willis slipped on a pair of powder blue football gloves, aligned his hands in the sign of a “U” and confirmed to the college football world what everyone long suspected: He was verbally committing to UCLA.
Desert Vista girls volleyball coach Molly West might have summed up the day the best.
Kenny Lacy with his family during the Mountain Pointe signing ceremony on Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2013.
From left, Landry Payne, Jimmy Holtrop, Kenny Lacy, Connor Arendts, Football Coach Norris Vaughan, Garette Craig and Thomas Warren during the Mountain Pointe signing ceremony on Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2013.
From left, Landry Payne, Jimmy Holtrop, Thomas Warren, Connor Arendts, Garette Craig and Kenny Lacy during the Mountain Pointe signing ceremony on Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2013.
Football Coach Norris Vaughan jokes with Kenny Lacy during the Mountain Pointe signing ceremony on Wednesday, Feb. 6, 2013.
Area athletes will sign the dotted line for football, field hockey, soccer, track and field, cross country and water polo on Wednesday as the national signing day is here once again.
On Wednesday pen will meet paper.
Mountain Pointe senior Thomas Warren committed to New Mexico State on his official visit last weekend.
Desert Vista senior defensive lineman Lorenzo “Zo” Melvin gave his verbal commitment to continue his career at Northern Arizona in the fall after taking an official visit to Flagstaff last weekend.
Two more lists of all-Arizona football selections came out with several players being honored.
The signature play of Matt Guida’s astounding junior season looked like a split-second decision, but was actually days in the making.
Mountain Pointe senior Kenny Lacy is one of the state's top recruited lineman because of his lean body frame and athleticism.
There is part of me that would not want to be in Kenny Lacy’s shoes right now.
The accolades from a state championship berth are starting to roll in for Mountain Pointe.
Considering the surroundings, the Mountain Pointe players held it together pretty well while everything around them probably felt like it was closing in on them.
The so-called “largest cul-de-sac in the world” found a new ZIP code and partied like it owned the place.
By the time the student body reached the turf at Karl Kiefer Stadium on the third Friday of August, the Mountain Pointe football team, celebrating as if it just won a state title, had the necessary scenario play out perfectly.
Division I Championship
Division I football coach who saw Mountain Pointe and Hamilton both in person and on film breaks down Saturday afternoon's state championship game at University of Phoenix Stadium:
Kenny Lacy and Natrell Curtis look at the crowd as they enter the stadium during the pep rally at Mountain Pointe on Wednesday, November 21, 2012.
Head Coach Norris Vaughan rubs Kenny Lacy's hair after introducing him and fellow captain, Thomas Warren during the pep rally at Mountain Pointe on Wednesday, November 21, 2012.
Two quarters of bad football, the equivalent of 24 minutes of game time out of a total of about 580, marred an otherwise perfect season.
The Haywood family left an imprint in Desert Vista’s big win over Mesquite last week.
The regular season is winding down, but the recruiting games are heating up.
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