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Benedictine University at Mesa debuted its new Redhawks athletic logo during a school spirit celebration last week.
It’s that time again. College catchup is gaining some momentum as one of the better received stories in the sports pages of the AFN.
David Powell knows he is going to be tested.
What began seven years ago as an off-season scrimmage between a few lacrosse teams has turned into a full blown jamboree with more than 35 teams coming together to play and also raise money for local kids diagnosed with cancer.
Super Bowl Sunday and the week heading into it are expected to increase consumer spending exponentially and not just in the region surrounding University of Phoenix Stadium.
The chatter doesn’t matter. It’s essentially the approach the Desert Vista girls basketball team has taken when it comes to the lopsided scores that have become common place as the Thunder prepare for the postseason and defending their title.
Desert Vista's Stephen Votto (11) takes a shot at the Lax4Life Tournament at Will Nolan Park on January 10, 2015
Desert Vista's Cade Van Raaphorst (4) looks to make a move at the Lax4Life Tournament at Will Nolan Park on January 10, 2015
Desert Vista's Niall McLaughlin makes adjustments to his lacrosse stick at the Lax4Life Tournament at Will Nolan Park on January 10, 2015
Matches have been won and lost. All year. Along with it came experience and knowledge that was needed as the wrestling postseason approaches.
Tee up and take a swing at dementia with current and former stars of the NFL, NBA, MLB and boxing during the Pro Sports Celebrity Golf Tournament at The Legacy Golf Resort in Phoenix Jan. 28.
On Monday Desert Vista and Skyline boys basketball teams stepped onto the hardwood just like they normally do.
TUCSON – Little Anthony Wokasch used to walk around Flowing Wells with a scorebook in one hands and a pencil in the other, glasses on face and envy in his eyes.
TUCSON - Coming to you live from Flowing Wells High.
Craig Brooks stayed in the corner with the upper weights, assistant coach Andre Blake was showing a move with the rest of the team, and at the front of the Mountain Pointe wrestling room was about five kids doing homework.
Through two separate charitable initiatives, Spinato’s Pizzeria generated more than $45,000 for Phoenix area charities in the month of November.
The standards at Desert Vista, regardless of the vocation, have always been high.
It was announced on Friday that Desert Vista senior Dani Jones was named the Gatorade Girls Cross Country Runner of the Year for the second time.
The Horizon Honors boys basketball team has shown an aggressive need to do things in a hurry.
With a new mobile app and more on-site wi-fi coverage than ever before, the Waste Management Phoenix Open is the most technology-friendly golf tournament on the PGA Tour.
The impulse is so foreign and wrong that the once the thought of giving up enters the mind it can destroy the foundation of an athlete’s will.
The countdown has begun.
PEORIA – There was a time when the Peoria Invitational was the elite wrestling tournament in Arizona.
PEORIA - Coming to you live from Peoria High.
The realization of what it truly takes — the hundreds of hours dedicated to mat time, competition, drilling until it hurts, perfecting technique in the offseason — to be a competitive wrestler clicks a little later for some.