The South East Valley (SEV) Junior Midget Wildcats and the Pee Wee Wildcats are heading to Florida to compete on the national stage at the American Youth Football (AYF) National Championship tournament Dec. 7.
"42” is far from the first movie to explore racial tensions in sports. We’ve seen this subject depicted in other good films like “Remember the Titans” and “Glory Road.” There are plenty of recognizable figures on display here, such as the underdog nobody believed in, the one man willing to take a chance on that underdog, and the ignorant antagonists that wish to see that underdog fail. Familiarity aside, though, “42” executes just about everything wonderfully. This is a good-hearted picture, carried by sincere performances and passionate direction. Not only is it an inspiring story about overcoming prejudice, but an all around rousing baseball movie too.
SEV Wildcats players celebrate a big play during their Phoenix
AYF championship game against the Chandler Pumas. The Wildcats won
the junior pee wee division championship game and will go on to the
Under Armour AYF National Championships in Orlando, Fla., in
Karate is truly a family affair for the Roeske clan. Brother and
sister James and Emily Roeske have taken the reins of Surprise
Family Karate, the facility the 20-somethings and their mother,
Ellie, opened in July to the community in order to offer kids and
families a unique activity in which to partake.
Ah, one of the few archive photos we have with a person
identified! Pictured is Nick Tarr, Pee Wee Herman imitator. Does
anybody recognize where he is? What event he may have appeared
at? Where is Nick Tarr now and is he still imitating?