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Seton Catholic quarterback Kyle Johnson threw three touchdowns, while the Saints defense allowed only 208 yards of offense in a 34-0 shutout over visiting Coronado.
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Led by Antonio Sutherland’s two touchdowns, host Coronado ran for four scores and 195 yards on 34 carries in a 28-14 victory over Glendale.
Fountain Hills' defense shutdown Coronado while quarterback Luke McDermitt led the offense, throwing for four touchdowns as the Falcons (1-0) defeated the Dons (0-1) on the road, 42-13.
Outlook: If but for a play here or a mathematical tweak there, the Coronado football program may be looking at a still-active eight-year playoff streak. Instead, the Dons have sat home during the postseason the past two years, each time finishing No. 17 in the power points of a 16-team field. It’s a driving force at the school, as the seniors still remember the streak when they were freshmen, and now want to start a new one.
Outlook: It’s a whole new crew at Seton Catholic.
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What a difference a year makes.
The lasting image of the 2012 baseball season was Dylan Cozens blasting a walk-off, opposite-field homer to lift Chaparral to the Division I championship over Brophy.
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Area football players were snubbed on the All-Arizona team voted on by the football coaches association.
It could have been the biggest win Tempe Prep history.
One week after an injury-filled forfeit loss to Saguaro, Tempe rebounded with a dominating win over visiting Coronado.
The diagram is titled, “The shot that cleared the clock.”
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It felt like a home game for No. 2 Arcadia in its 48-46 win over Phoenix Sierra Linda on Saturday night in the Division II, Section III championship game at Coronado High School.
Some frustration and a little perseverance has Coronado in its first state soccer championship match.
The 4A Division I All-State boys soccer team, as determined by the state's soccer coaches:
One expected dynasty in 5A-I boys basketball has been cut short halfway through its reign.
Austin Fares has always been a soccer nut.
It’s finally happened, and not in the way even their coach (a former quarterback) envisioned.