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What happens when 15 goes against six in a highly charged, emotional battle between the two top teams in the state? That’s what a massive, spirited crowd found out Friday night at Hamilton High School as rivals Pheonix Brophy and Chandler Hamilton clashed in a rematch of last year’s 5A-I state semifinals.
BOTTOMS UP: Hamilton’s Dante Alexander, bottom, is swarmed under by a slew Red Mountain defenders in the end zone after scoring a touchdown during a 5A-I state semifinal game Friday night at Gilbert High School. Alexander finished with three rushing touchdowns in the Huskies’ 53-28 victory.
PLOWING AHEAD: Booker T. Washington’s Gerald Taylor, left, and Keenan Frazier take down Dante Alexander of Chandler Hamilton during Friday’s game in Miami. PETER ANDREW BOSCH, MIAMI HERALD
Chandler Hamilton picked up where it left off the last time it played Mesa Red Mountain in late September.
Chandler Hamilton made its share of mistakes Friday night, but the Huskies were dominant nonetheless in a 49-12 victory over host Mesa Dobson.
Brianna Brown scored 13 points as Hamilton beat Venice (Los Angeles, Calif.) High 49-45 Monday in the first girls basketball game for both teams in the Gray Division of the Nike Tournament of Champions played at Santan Junior High in Chandler.
Gilbert High hasn’t been very successful when facing Chandler Hamilton. But then, not many teams have.
The win was welcome. Chandler Hamilton coach Steve Belles' happiness in his office afterward reflected that. But the score hasn't been settled.
The difference between Chandler Hamilton coach Steve Belles’ first year and second year guiding the Huskies was one fewer win. A 13-1 campaign followed by a 12-1. That single discrepancy in record was not playing in the title game and hence not winning the championship.
Chandler Hamilton coach Steve Belles knew this week’s game against Gilbert Highland would be different since his players had to go back to class after a two-week break.
Hamilton, behind the arm of quarterback Travis Dixon, routed Phoenix Maryvale, 47-15, Thursday in a 5A non-region game.
Chandler Hamilton scored virtually every way possible during Friday’s Class 5A-I playoff opener. But mostly the host Huskies just scored — a lot — in beating Phoenix North Canyon, 49-0.
Chandler Hamilton coach Steve Belles finally got to feel really good about a victory over 5A-I Fiesta Region rival Gilbert High. The third-ranked Huskies continued to click on all cylinders offensively and played a complete game Friday night in dominating the fifth-ranked Tigers, 49-12, at Gilbert.
A boxer needs to takes his opponent’s best shot in the mouth and bounce right back to prove he’s a champion. The current belt holder, Chandler Hamilton, took three blows from defending 5A-II champ Peoria Centennial but never hit the mat, scoring 35 unanswered points to win 35-18.
SCORING RUN: Hamilton running back Dante Alexander heads toward the end zone Friday night to score a touchdown in the first quarter of the Huskies’ 42-0 victory over Mountain Pointe.
Chandler Hamilton junior receiver Ethan Kipili’i claims he didn’t need redemption.
These two teams have combined to win the past five state championship games (Hamilton 3, Brophy 2), including a 2005 meeting won by Brophy.
The sights and results were an eerie flashback to early September, when Chandler Hamilton took advantage of Phoenix Brophy mistakes in a 10-0 Huskies victory.
Cody Bellinger pitched a complete game, three-hitter, striking out 10 to lead Hamilton to a 3-0 shutout of Jenks (Okla.) in the National High School Invitational in North Carolina on Thursday.
Josh Webster pitched a complete game, allowing just one run on seven hits to lead host Mesquite to a 4-1 victory over Hamilton on Friday.
Descendants of Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr\'s cousin fire their pistols during the re-enactment of the Hamilton-Burr duel, in Weehawken, N.J., in 2004.
PICK YOUR POISON: From left, Hamilton offensive standouts Zak Hambsch, Drew Terrell, Dante Alexander, Alante Wright and Zach Bauman.
Dick Cheney, it turns out, is No. 2. And we're not talking in terms of who runs the country. America's second-in-command accidentally shot a 78-year-old man while hunting farm-raised quail.
June 10, 2004