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Arizona State running back Marion Grice, left, celebrates a touchdown with defensive back Lloyd Carrington during the first half an NCAA college football game against UCLA, Saturday, Nov. 23, 2013, in Pasadena, Calif. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)
Arizona State's Lloyd Carrington (17) runs with the ball after making an interception as Colorado's Nelson Spruce (22) and Paul Richardson (6) gives chase and Arizona State's Robert Nelson (9) looks on during the first half of an NCAA college football game on Saturday Oct. 12, 2013, in Tempe, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
Arizona State tight end Chris Coyle (87) celebrates after scoring past Stanford safety Devon Carrington during the second half of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Sept. 21, 2013, in Stanford, Calif. Stanford won 42-28. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)
Mesa’s Carrington College will host complimentary health care services to mark “medical support week.” The celebration is part of Health Care Recognition Month. Students enrolled in programs such as dental hygiene, nursing, medical assisting and respiratory care will demonstrate basic health checks, and distribute free first aid kits 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday at the campus, 1001 W. Southern Ave., Ste. 130, Mesa.
When Zach Bauman lines up at tailback in Northern Arizona’s season opener against Arizona State on Thursday, he will look across the line of scrimmage and see the opportunity he wanted.
Carrington College Mesa, 1001 W. Southern Ave., Suite 130, will host “Paw it Forward” noon to 5 p.m. April 24. Complimentary veterinary services will be offered, as well as instruction in pet first aid. Pet owners will also learn proactive health measures for their animals. For a full list of services or to schedule your pet’s appointment, call (480) 212-1600.
Drew Terrell and Trent Murphy have lobbed barbs at each other for years while discussing postseason football in Arizona.
Carrington College Mesa, part of DeVry Inc., has earned a five-year accreditation for its physical therapist assistant associate degree program from the Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy Education (CAPTE).
Carrington College Mesa, a part of DeVry Inc., offers courses necessary to start a career in respiratory care, a growing health field. The college offers hands-on classroom training, interactive lab exercises and clinical experiences to prepare students to evaluate, treat and care for patients. The associate degree program consists of 27 courses that are offered year-round and provide flexible class schedules.
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The 'can’t-miss’ star is missing from this year’s group of East Valley football prospects. While dozens of local football standouts will sign their national letters of intent today to the college of their choice, various recruiting services have pegged this a down year for recruiting in Arizona.
There's no place Ramon Abreu would rather be than on the football field. The last two seasons, particularly this past season, he spent more time on the field arguably than anyone. And Abreu's time was more than just quantity. It was quality.
Scott Bordow: The Men in Black won – again. Yawn. It’s not that the Chandler Hamilton Huskies are unlikeable. They’re just so darned good that it’s difficult to generate much enthusiasm when they win another state title. It’s like rooting for Microsoft.
Sure, it's only a regular season game, but Chandler Hamilton vs. Phoenix Brophy has the history, talent level and Fiesta Region/power point implications to be as entertaining a game as we'll see this season.
A breakdown of the matchup and intrigue surrounding each of this week's East Valley high school football matchups.
Boys team scores
Here are the results of the Tribune Invitational track meet on Saturday at Mesa Westwood High School. Results of the meet were not available at press time after the meet.
High school athletes soared to new heights — or more accurately new lengths and times — Friday night at Westwood High School in Mesa.
In conclusion, one team won, the other didn’t, and both sides agreed there’s a long way to go.