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D'Amani Grayer and the Brophy offense had no other option.
Brophy running back D'Amani Grayer runs through the Westview defense for a first down during the first quarter of their football game on Thursday, Sept. 6, 2011. [Ralph Freso/For the Tribune]
Brophy quarterback Tyler Bruggman hands off to D'Amani Grayer during the second quarter in Phoenix, Friday, Oct. 28, 2011.[Matt Pavelek/ For the Tribune]
Jalen Brown, #2 of Mountain Pointe, is pushed out of bounds by D'Amani Grayer, #17 of Brophy, during the state semifinals between Mountain Pointe and Brophy at McClintock High School on Friday, Nov. 16, 2012.
Jalen Brown, #2 of Mountain Pointe, is tackled by Robert Reif, #4, and D'Amani Grayer, #17 of Brophy, during the state semifinals between Mountain Pointe and Brophy at McClintock High School on Friday, Nov. 16, 2012.
Jalen Brown, #2 of Mountain Pointe, is tackled by Robert Relf, #4, and D'Amani Grayer, #17 of Brophy, during the state semifinals between Mountain Pointe and Brophy at McClintock High School on Friday, Nov. 16, 2012.
Despite a diving attempt Mountain Pointe's Travonn White couldn't catch Brophy's D' Amani Grayer as he scores a touchdown during their first round playoff game at Phoenix College. Nov, 4, 2011. Darryl Webb/AFN
Tyler Bruggman was shut down and Devon Allen was nearly shut out, but despite long odds, the Brophy football team still had a chance late in its nationally televised showdown with Ranch Santa Margarita (Calif.) on Saturday night.
Brophy put the high school football world on notice Friday.
A pair of Chandler teams faced off Saturday in the national championship game in the junior peewee I-AA division of the American Youth Football league.
After Phoenix Brophy beat Phoenix St. Mary's 63-0 on Friday night the big question is this: How did St. Mary's beat Brophy last year?
Brophy defeated Glendale Mountain Ridge, 37-14, in both teams' season-opening game Wednesday night at Mountain Ridge.
This week's top East Valley high school football performances:
At first it looked like Mountain Pointe might be the one possessing the quick-strike offense on this particular night.
Brophy left no doubt that it is ready for the playoffs.
Here are the top storylines heading into the seventh week of the season:
Here are some of the East Valley's best performances from Week 6:
This just wasn’t fair.
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Here are some top storylines heading into the third week of the regular season:
Host and No. 6-seed Tempe Prep beat No. 11 Williams, 20-13, in the first round of the 2A football playoffs on Friday night.
Here are the local athletes expected to sign Letters of Intent with colleges beginning Wednesday. For additions, email email@example.com and include the athlete's name, high school, sport and college of choice.
Are you ready for some football? It’s about that time, as Desert Vista kicks off the season in the Sollenberger Classic on Saturday, and almost everyone else begins on Aug. 24. Here are the Tribune’s preseason rankings for every division:
Is revenge a dish best served in the playoffs?