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Desert Vista graduate Alexis Welch, left, still holds the the school recod in the 100 and 200 yard dashes. She lives in New York with her husband, Amar'e Stoudemire, and their four children.
It was a thing of beauty.
Mountain Pointe cruised through the first four games of the season.
It doesn’t matter what is going on around Brandyn Leonard on the football field.
Mountain Pointe running back Brandyn Leonard has been the Pride's main offensive threat this season, breaking the 1,000-yard mark and finding the end zone 16 times through eight games.
Mountain Pointe running back Brandyn Leonard (7) has already topped one of his season goals (1,000 yards) and is closing in on the other (20 touchdowns).
Cade Knox resides right in the middle of the Ahwatukee Foothills area.
The weather is slowly getting cooler and more ghosts and pumpkins are starting to appear, but for several Ahwatukee Foothills families, the goblins and zombies have been on their minds for weeks already.
The football regular season is already past its halfway point and before long, a group of talented seniors will be donning new uniforms for teams all over the country at several different levels of play.
PHOENIX – The Mountain Pointe and Brophy football programs represented Arizona in the Sollenberger in what is referred to as Week 0 of the season.
Fighting uphill isn’t easy, especially when that hill is home turf.
Chandler quarterback Bryce Perkins’ pass was thrown on a line to an open receiver along the right sideline.
Desert Vista football is floundering. The team has one win and it came against North High School back in the second week of the season.
Arizona's barrage of rain storms in recent months has created an unlikely pest infestation for the desert region: mosquitoes.
I live in Lakewood very near the intersection of 32nd Street and Pecos Road. The Loop 202 debate has been going on for years but on Sept 26 the final Environmental Impact Study (EIS) was released and I took note that this is becoming a reality. I read the information online and called the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) to inquire about the impact the highway would have on my neighborhood. I learned that none of the houses in my area were in the right of way, but I could not imagine how an eight-lane highway with a median, appropriate shoulders, and a sound wall barrier could possibly fit in the existing space.
Raymond Caayon has already earned a nickname.
When you’re married and committed to a lifetime together, everything revolves around three little words. Not all words have that kind of power; some words are just empty air. But these three … they’re special.
Nearly everyone from the Mountain Pointe traveling party had already left the field at Hamilton last Friday night.
There haven’t been too many ho-hum moments in the history of the Ahwatukee Bowl.
(EDITOR'S NOTE: Here is a re-posting of last year's Tukee Bowl game story)
Between visits with human patients, care taking for animal patients, and days of travel and research in the Galapagos it’s difficult to pin down exactly what it is Ahwatukee Foothills resident Dianne DeNardo does for a living.
Queen Creek is off to another hot start under the leadership of head coach Travis Schureman. Before Friday’s game at Higley, Schureman took a few minutes to talk about stud running back Weston Barlow, getting to the state title game and how this year’s team is different form previous years.
Football coaches are first-class control freaks.
Two losses four quarterbacks.