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The Desert Vista linebacker corps was one of the team's biggest question marks and the unit is starting to come together with players like Longan Fetters, right, making big plays.
Matt Trujillo (15) has become one of the Thunder's starting linebackers after trying several different combinations.
Desert Vista senior Aaron Green (42) is seemingly always around the ball like all good middle linebackers tend to be every play.
Desert Vista has showed some fiestiness this year, including Connor Cox in this squirmish to start the year against Palo Verde, and he is one of linebackers contributing to to defense's development.
Valley Vista linebackers JT Moore, Fernando Ayala, Mario Rodarte and Nick Moedt, left to right, are known for their on-field heroics but when they found themselves rushing toward a burning building earlier this month, the stakes were a little bigger.
Erin Andrews-Sharer, a graduate of Desert Vista High School and a sophomore at The College of Wooster, received the Elias Compton Freshman Prize and the Lyman C. Knight, Sr., Prize in mathematics and physical education at Wooster’s 43rd Annual Recognition Banquet.
The waiting process was more grueling than putting in the work to get it done, but Alex Bambic finally got what he wanted.
The 5-foot-10, 186-pound quarterback led the Thunder to a 9-3 record in his first year as a starter before the team lost in the state quarterfinals.
Desert Vista senior Dominic Chen already has a lengthy resume full of academic awards, community service and engineering activities. Now, he has one more prestigious honor to add: Flinn Scholar.
Desert Vista junior Tori Kammerzell went undefeated in the Tempe All-City tournament at No. 3 singles.
Desert Vista enters the Division I state tournament as the No. 1 seed after going undefeated in power ranking matches.
Desert Vista coach Dan Hinds has said goodbye to two great senior classes in recent years but is confident there won't be a drop off in 2013.
Desert Vista two-way lineman Jalen Jelks, No. 77, will become one of the Thunder's top players this fall and can develop into of the team's leaders this spring.
Desert Vista senior Madison Bailey has been one of the Thunder's leading hitters with a .362 average and 21 RBIs.
Desert Vista junior Michaela Duarte, left, and the rest of the infield give pitcher Dani Block the confidence to let hitters put the ball in play.
Desert Vista head coach J'ontar Coleman led the Thunder to a 7-5 record last year after taking over in a difficult season and was able to gain a rapport with the players as the played hard down the stretch.
J'ontar Coleman, center, was brought back to the Desert Vista girls basketball program after showing what he could do over the last 12 games last year as the interim head coach.
Desert Vista junior Emily Wolp, right, is one of the reasons many believe the Thunder will have one of the best teams in Division I next season.
Drake Sloan, setting, and Kyle Pitman (background) have done a great job sharing setter duties in helping Desert Vista to a well-rounded attack.
Desert Vista outside hitter Kevin Tate is one of the few underclassmen to get major minutes for the Thunder.
Desert Vista coach Ryan Tolman has a good feel the team's strengths and feels the Thunder can make a long run in the postseason.
Brock Wilson, left, and Garrett Halverson, right, of Desert Vista, are big reason why the Thunder have displayed a tough defense all season.
Desert Vista sophomore Melissa Kahn is excited for the state tournament after having to pull out last year.
Desert Vista sophomore Melissa Kahn helped the Thunder to the Tempe All-City title with a dominating performance last weekend.
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