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When the night got tough, Hamilton conveniently remembered what's gotten its boys soccer team to this point for five years running.
If you’re a football fan (and probably even if you aren’t), you are aware that we’re closing in on the Super Bowl. This year’s event is unique in that it is the first Super Bowl held in an outdoor, cold-weather site — New Jersey, to be specific. However, the 2014 game shares many similarities to past Super Bowls in terms of what it took for the two teams to arrive at this point. And some of these same characteristics apply to successful investors.
Beat Brophy? Many have a chance.
Desert Ridge will go as far in the Division I playoffs as tailback Taren Morrison will carry them.
These matchups are inevitable. Whether sooner or later, a second helping is almost always required for a football team to play on.
The football regular season has come and gone, and while it’d be foolish to make snap judgements or draw concrete conclusions about anything based on one year, it’s interesting to take a quick look back and see what effect (if any) the recently implemented appeal process had on a few East Valley schools.
Though it was his plan all along, Poston Butte football coach Mike De La Torre officially stepped down as the school's football coach early this week.
Desert Vista showed on its first drive of the game it was ready to do things a little differently.
Won or done?
It was homecoming at Campo Verde Friday night and there was a bit of an upset. It was not on the field – it was at halftime, as quarterback Luke Pineda lost out on homecoming king to senior kicker Alex Wells.
From the day Keyshaun Boyd was old enough to draw, it was clear he inherited his father William’s interest in the arts.
Mesquite spoiled Poston Butte’s homecoming with a seemingly routine, 35-12 victory on Friday night behind relentless defense and an aggressive offense.
Chaparral is coming.
It may have been Mountain Pointe’s Senior Night, but it was a junior who had the best performance Friday.
Welcome back, Joshua Eckley.
If there is any question as to which city has a stronghold on football in Arizona, there shouldn’t be.
Looking for its first win in over a month, Brophy had a simple game plan: run the ball, limit big plays on defense and let the other team beat itself. Luckily for coach Scooter Molander’s squad, Corona del Sol had no problem playing the role of the obliging guest Friday night.
What started out as a close defensive battle turned into a one-sided affair as host Desert Ridge beat Brophy 38-14 on Friday. The Jaguars (4-1) outscored the Broncos (1-4), 31-7 in the second half en route to their fourth straight win after losing their season opener.
Exacting revenge on a Brophy squad that knocked it out of the Division I state playoffs last season, Red Mountain's offense came alive just in time to pull the rug right out from under the Broncos' feet in a thrilling 13-12 victory Friday night.
It didn’t really matter how they got it, Scottsdale Notre Dame Prep needed a win.
There were plenty of headaches due to the increase in football freedom games during the offseason.
Peoria Centennial and Brophy are going in the opposite direction right now.
Not much was expected of Brandon Krcilek this season.
With a turkey basting and surrounded by family, the 16-second, 60-yard drive invented by Poston Butte’s Brandon Hatfield to close the first half will hardly be what Broncos coach Mike De La Torre will remember about coaching against his father's Dobson squad. Rather, it will likely be the way they shook hands and embraced after the 19-8 win.