Desert Vista is once again searching for a new head football coach.
A whirlwind of a recruiting process has once again come to a close for Mountain Pointe athlete Amier Boyd, as he announced his commitment to Northern Illinois University on Wednesday afternoon.
Desert Vista knows all too well what heartbreak feels like.
Mountain Pointe’s basketball program will pause all team activities for 10 days after a player tested positive for COVID-19, school Athletic Director Aaron Frana confirmed to the Ahwatukee Foothills News on Tuesday.
During his freshman season at Desert Vista High School, Devon Grubbs was pulled up to the varsity team, joining his brother Tyson on the roster.
Feeling fulfilled in her Paralympic career, four-time Paralympian Kaitlyn Verfuerth continues to give back to the adaptive athletics community through her roles as program specialist and wheelchair tennis coach at Ability 360’s Sports and Fitness Center.
Class of 2020
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- Desert Vista, football coach Ty Wisdom mutually agree to part ways
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- Mountain Pointe’s Amier Boyd announces commitment to Northern Illinois
- ASU awards special MLK honor to local professor
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