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Chandler-based Baseball Player University, an instructional baseball show aimed at bringing professional-level training to all players, recently announced a partnership with baseball giant Louisville Slugger ahead of the launch of its fourth season.
In April, Hudson Blake became the first Brophy tennis player to win the singles state championship in 16 years.
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Austin Hicks, #5 of Desert Vista, safely slides into second base past Brad Holland, #10 of Mesquite, during the game between Desert Vista and Mesquite at the 14th annual Desert Vista High School Baseball Tournament a Desert Vista on Saturday, March 2, 2013.
Colby Woodmanse, #17 of Desert Vista, is tagged out by Brad Holland, #20 of Mesquite, during the game between Desert Vista and Mesquite at the 14th annual Desert Vista High School Baseball Tournament a Desert Vista on Saturday, March 2, 2013.
Talk about a reversal of fortune - and emotion.
John Ferrendelli had a rough second inning on Tuesday night, nearly giving away the entire four-run lead teammate Jake Howard staked him to minutes earlier.
Mesquite first baseman Matt Waldren was determined, and came back with a vengeance.
In the new single-elimination format for the first two rounds of the Division I baseball tournament, there is very little margin for error.
Hunter Rodriguez pitched a complete game and gave up just two runs on four hits to lead host-Desert Vista to a 6-2 victory over Chandler.
Brandon Lee capped off Coronado’s late-game rally with a game-winning, two-run double to give the Dons a 5-4 win over visiting Maricopa in a non-division baseball game Friday.
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Speed, size and playmakers. That’s fourth-ranked Chandler High’s football team in a nutshell. No. 5 Mesa Mountain View isn’t that fast, doesn’t have much size and is behind well behind the Wolves in playmakers. Despite those differences, both are on their way to postseason play and a showdown tonight at Toro Stadium.
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|Terrance Martin, Dob||132||1,157||8.8||14|
|Davon Jones, MP||159||1,121||7||18|
|Brett Hundley, Chan||102||978||9.6||7|
|Dwayne Garrett, Chap||100||969||9.7||17|
|Max Leonesio, Bro||126||951||7.6||10|
|Jacom Brimhall, MV||152||938||6.2||10|
|Matt Jones, Hor||163||892||5.5||10|
|Michael Benjamin, Bash||110||834||7.6||10|
|Kevin Radcliffe, DM||155||805||5.2||10|
|R.J. McGill, SM||125||801||7.6||6|
|Derek Molina, RM||116||770||6.6||8|
|Anders Battle, DV||97||746||7.7||6|
|Michael Allen, Ham||70||724||10.3||9|
|Zach Bauman, Ham||82||699||8.5||14|
|Cole Tyree, Chap||92||694||7.5||8|
|Conner Jeffries, Pinn||109||653||6||7|
|Laron Tarkington, SM||80||611||7.6||7|
|Oshae Hatcher, Chan||83||597||7.2||5|
|Ramon Abreu, MDN||60||528||8.8||12|
|Kevin Pantastico, DR||203||122||1,930||7||14|
|Ryan Stanford, Hor||231||125||1,753||7||18|
|John O’Connor, RM||173||110||1,662||9||14|
|Brandon Bialkowski, Gil||223||113||1,563||11||14|
|Mike Benjamin, Basha||172||110||1,513||4||8|
|Zach Schira, MDN||140||80||1,446||4||16|
|Chase Cartwright, CDS||181||96||1,377||6||12|
|Chase Knox, Bro||162||93||1,254||10||12|
|Brad Heap, MV||132||79||1,205||3||14|
|Connor Brewer, Chap||102||68||1,160||2||12|
|Alex Cappellini, Pinn||125||77||1,153||4||11|
|Brett Hundley, Chan||135||82||1,123||2||11|
|Dallin Parker, Mesa||87||54||894||8||10|
|Chase Richardson, Perry||106||57||890||6||2|
|Bryan Holland, SM||138||71||882||6||8|
|Travis Dean, Ham||103||56||848||3||7|
|Jordan Gruber, Dob||127||63||731||12||8|
|Drew Seaman, DM||133||67||642||7||6|
|Parker Rasmussen, High||103||51||558||7||5|
|Austin Blom, MP||73||40||532||0||5|
|Sean Coffinger, DV||85||51||522||6||4|
|Nate Defreitas, Hor||57||691||12.1||11|
|Jesse Brantley, Gil||51||890||17.5||11|
|Sam Papa, DR||38||702||18.5||5|
|Justin Rodriguez, MDN||35||666||19||10|
|Richard Parker, Bash||34||679||20||1|
|Billy Johnson, CDS||33||675||20.5||5|
|Jordan Becerra, DR||31||523||16.9||4|
|Dekota D’Angelo, DM||31||345||11.1||3|
|R.J. Rickert, Mesq||31||289||9.3||1|
|Alex Zemezonak, Pinn||30||637||21.2||6|
|Paris Clark, DR||30||585||19.5||5|
|Dillon Luther, Pinn||29||264||9.1||6|
|Elizha Cordova, RM||28||556||19.9||6|
|Danny Trittler, Chap||28||501||17.9||8|
|R.J. McGill, SM||27||451||16.7||4|
|Ryan Rezac, DV||26||385||14.8||2|
|Tyler Sinsabaugh, Sky||26||291||11.2||5|
|Nathaniel Causey, Gil||25||264||10.6||3|
|Jarred Duff, Dob||23||282||12.3||4|
|Ramon Abreu, MDN||22||346||15.7||2|
|Dejon Walker, Bash||22||282||12.8||3|
|Dwayne Garrett, Chap||21||0||0||0||126|
|Davon Jones, MP||20||0||0||0||120|
|Zach Bauman, Ham||16||0||1||0||98|
|De’Andre Currie, MP||16||0||0||0||96|
|Terrance Martin, Dob||16||0||0||0||96|
|Ramon Abreu, MDN||15||0||0||0||90|
|Max Leonesio, Bro||15||0||0||0||90|
|Alex Zemezonak, Pinn||6||30||0||4||78|
|Jacom Brimhall, MV||11||0||1||0||68|
|Devontae Kellybrew, Mesa||11||0||1||0||68|
|Matt Jones, Hor||11||0||1||0||68|
|Jesse Brantley, Gil||11||0||0||0||66|
|Nate Defreitas, Hor||11||0||0||0||66|
|Michael Allen, Ham||10||0||1||0||62|
|Chase Richardson, Per||10||0||1||0||62|
|Yannick Mets, Ham||0||44||0||6||62|
|Kevin Radcliffe, DM||10||0||0||0||60|
|Justin Rodriguez, MDN||10||0||0||0||60|
|Alex Garoutte, Bro||0||27||0||11||60|
|Derek Molina, RM||10||0||0||0||60|
|Mike Benjamin, Bash||10||0||0||0||60|
|R.J. McGill, SM||10||0||0||0||60|
|Cameron Clemente, High||9||0||1||0||56|
|Danny Trittler, Chap||9||0||0||0||54|
|Alex Cappellini, Pinn||8||0||1||0||50|
|Ben Damari, Chap||0||40||0||3|
East Valley football stats leaders through Week 8
Tempe Marcos de Niza yearns to sidestep the stumbling block that has plagued its ascent to the top of 5A Division II as the prep football season opens for many schools on Friday.
It’s been a good year for the 5A East Valley Region in baseball. It’s been a really good year in terms of scheduling. The five Mesa schools owned five of the top 10 spots in the 5A-I power rankings heading into this week.
The Gilbert Unified School District governing board will pick a new superintendent at today's board meeting, weeks earlier than originally anticipated, according to the board president. The meeting will be at 7 p.m. at Quartz Hill Elementary School, 3680 S. Quartz St. A dedication of the district's newest school is planned at 6 p.m.
Results from the Gilbert Unified School District's online survey are in: The community would like a new superintendent who is respectful and supportive of all staff and who attracts and retains quality employees.
Parents, students, district staff and the community are invited to take an anonymous online survey to rank attributes they feel are the most important in a new superintendent for the Gilbert Unified School District.
The Gilbert Unified School District will search internally for a new superintendent and plans to choose one in March.
After seven years as Gilbert schools superintendent, Brad Barrett announced he is leaving the district next year at the end of his contract. Barrett made the announcement Tuesday at the Gilbert Unified School District’s board meeting while reading a 2 1/2-page statement.
After seven years as Gilbert schools superintendent, Brad Barrett announced he is leaving the district next year at the end of his contract.
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