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The Desert Vista girls basketball team isn’t shying away from anything.
A year after the news off the court was sometimes more prevalent than what happened on it, it will be refreshing to focus on the wins and losses this girls basketball season.
J’ontar Coleman wanted what he felt was rightfully his all along.
The Tempe All-City banquet was this week and several area athletes were honored.
Kaylah Lupoe is a bit shy, has a smile that can break an iceberg let alone the ice, and a nasty streak that disrupts the most cohesive of offenses.
With a little bit of a lull during spring break, I had a chance to get some down time and poke around about several topics.
The annual All-Tempe picks were recently announced and per usual area schools were well represented.
‘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.
No matter what Desert Vista girls basketball does this postseason, the school has to post the head coach position at the end of the year.
The Desert Vista girls basketball team clearly got the funk out of its system.
The first day of Division I sectional basketball is in the books at Desert Mountain.
The end was frantic, the Mountain Pointe girls basketball team ended up ecstatic and this time there was no chance of an asterisk.
At heart Trevor Neider is a teacher.
Good times are slowing coming to reality for a Desert Vista girls basketball team that has been missing out.
When Jontar Coleman came to the Desert Vista girls basketball program, he had no clue he’d be called upon to take on the duties presented to him on Tuesday night.
The margin of victory may not have mattered as much as the interaction in between plays.
The streak is over.
As Kylie Butler makes her way to 1,000 career points, she’d sure like to thank the guy who just might have started her on the right path.
Aaron Windler and Jaysie Chambers Sheppard each took over successful basketball teams but are finding their respective programs a little different than expected.