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Chaparral's Jake Roh snags a pass for a touchdown against Desert Mountain's Daniel Fedorka during the second quarter in mid-September 2011. Roh is one of two returning starters for the three-time defending champion Firebirds.
Chaparral wide receiver Jake Roh sprints for the end zone as Saguaro defenders pursue for a touchdown in the first quarter of a football game at Chaparral High School in Scottsdale. [Paul Connors/For the Tribune]
Chaparral receiver Jake Roh #4 is hit by Saguaro defensive back Isaiah Bradley #3 after a reception during the second quarter of their football game on Thursday, Oct. 25, 2012 in Scottsdale. [Ralph Freso/Special to Tribune]
Chaparral defenders Trevor Wood #88 and Jake Roh #4 team up to bring down Salpointe Catholic running back Johnny Pena during the first quarter of their football game on Friday, August 24, 2012 in Scottsdale. [Ralph Freso/For the Tribune]
Chaparral receiver Jake Roh has a pass knocked away at the goal line by Cienega defensive back Jamal Prentiss during the first quarter of the Division II State Championship game at Sun Devil Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 26, 2011. [Ralph Freso/For the Tribune]
Chaparral's Jake Roh, left, and Zach Skeen celebrate a touchdown in the second quarter during the Division II semifinals at North Canyon High School in Phoenix, Friday, Nov. 18, 2011.[Matt Pavelek/ For the Tribune]
Chaparral has demonstrated on both sides of the ball why it will be the favorite in the 5A-II state playoffs, scoring with ease on offense and playing stifling defense. The Firebirds clicked on all cylinders again on Friday, easily taking apart host St. Mary’s, 63-13 at Phoenix College’s Hoy Stadium.
Salpointe drove 73 yards for the game-winning touchdown with just more than a minute left to defeat Chaparral, 27-20, in a Division II football matchup on Friday.
Backup quarterback Sean Paul Brophy began the second half holding a clipboard on the sideline. He ended it as the biggest man on the Chaparral campus after leading the Firebirds to one of the wildest comebacks in school history, 30-27, over Notre Dame.
The three-time defending state champions seem to be catching stride at the right time.
Another week, another mid-game quarterback change for Chaparral. And for the second week in a row, the change led to a come from behind victory, as the Firebirds rallied to defeat Mesquite 40-20 on Friday.
It didn't take long for Scottsdale Chaparral to put a damper on Scottsdale Horizon's upset bid on Friday, and in the process, the Huskies playoff hopes.
Timing is everything.
Chaparral earned its second consecutive trip to the 5A Division II boys basketball state tournament semifinals with a 63-47 win over pesky Lake Havasu on Saturday night at Chaparral.
Scottsdale Chaparral’s Davonte Neal had the hat trick of touchdowns Thursday.
Former Saguaro football coach John Sanders set the high school football community into a tizzy last season when he rested his starters in a 65-0 loss to rival Chaparral.
There’s no confusion any more at the top of the Scottsdale Chaparral football program.
There was John Sanders, the master motivator, up to his old tricks.
A lot of change can happen in a calendar year. Unless, of course, it's Chaparral and Perry. It seems even a new season couldn’t create an original script to a familiar playoff ending between the two schools.
For Desert Mountain coach Tony Tabor, Friday’s win for Desert Mountain was one his program has been wanting for a long time.
The word of the night was "perseverance."
D.J. Foster, Saguaro: 292 yards rushing, 3 TD, TD rec., INT
No. 1 Chaparral vs. No. 5 Centennial
Jalen Brown was so good on the football field this season, he likely made spectators double-check their program to confirm that he was indeed a freshman.