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Several East Valley teams will converge on Tempe High for the eighth annual Best in Basketball Summer Invitational from June 26-28.
Operation Back to School Chandler, family-centered youth service ICAN and the Fulton Homes’ ‘Stuff the Bus’ campaign will collect donations, backpacks and school supplies for disadvantaged children.
Well, I never thought I'd ever be so tall in my life. The weather really is nice up here! To start off this speech, I'd like to tell a joke that's near and dear to my heart. I apologize in advance if you get S.I.C because of it. About 600 high school graduates walk into a bar. The bartender says "look, I'm sorry but we can't serve high school graduates here," to which the high school graduates reply, "you better serve us or we'll BASH-a your head open" (hopefully some people feel bad for me and laugh after this joke).
Gilbert-area schools teamed with the East Valley Recycling Alliance, including the town of Gilbert, TREX and Bashas’ grocery stores, to “Bench the Bag” — a contest to collect soft plastic bags that can cause havoc to recycling machinery when placed in blue recycling containers.
Chandler High School and four other schools were on lockdown on Monday after authorities received a call of an armed man in the area.
Chandler Relay for Life participants will pull an all-nighter May 2 from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. on May 3, in an effort to raise money and support cancer research.
Several bits of news and information trickled in from across the East Valley high school sports scene the past couple weeks, so here’s a chance to catch up on the comings, goings, doings, and un-doings during the spring before tennis (this week) and then all other state tournaments begin in early May:
The 2nd version of the Dobson Invitational Tournament is scheduled for Friday, April 25 at Dobson High School (1501 W. Guadalupe Road, Mesa)
All-Tribune First Team
The Bears set a new school records for wins by a tennis team, earning their 12th win of the season by defeating a state tournament contender in Highland.
Fitting for a guy with a background in coaching running backs, enthusiasm figuratively sprinted its way out of Gerald Todd’s mouth.
Through all the swirling rumors and guessing games, Basha stayed inside the walls.
Team: No. 1: Hamilton High School; No. 2: Perry High School
ASU-commit led Bears to new heights
All-Tribune First Team
The Bears' top four players stole the show tonight, sweeping to victories in their singles and doubles matches against a solid #11 ranked squad from Gilbert.
In a matchup of two of the state's top four teams in the power rankings, it was the Huskies that won two of the three singles tiebreakers and, in the process, put the first blemish on Basha's previously perfect record.
After only one season as a baseball assistant under current Basha coach Jim Schilling, Kraig Leuschner was hired to run Williams Field’s program before the 2011 season. With 58 combined wins the past three seasons, the Black Hawks are off to a good start again in Division II as they look to make a deep playoff run. Leuschner took a few minutes this week to talk about taking the next step, the brutal early-season schedule and his surprising junior class to go with some already-touted seniors.
At the midway point of the season, Basha is undefeated and playing at a high level. The Bears crushed the Coyotes, sweeping to victory while losing a total of 6 games in the process. #5 Chayse Olson and Varsity #6 Katie Mortensen each had a perfect day in singles and doubles, winning without losing a single game.
Playing against a very under-staffed Jaguar team, the Bears swept their way to victory in convincing fashion. Basha No. 3 Briley Rucker continued her perfect season, earning a 6-0, 6-0 win in singles and teaming with Varsity No. 1 Jewel Brundrett to win 8-1 in doubles. Five matches and one tournament into the season, Briley has yet to lose a match in singles or doubles.
Tim McBurney is a former football coach at Basha and Tempe high schools.
It’s time to put it all together.
Kids were rebelling, and, in the mind of their coach, needed to pay consequences for it. Parents were up-in-arms. Most of those who were disciplined or kicked off the Basha football team left the school for one of its neighbors: Chandler, Hamilton, Williams Field, Perry and others.