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All-Tribune First Team
As it has for years, the Mesa Fire Department invested Thursday in the training of fire science students at the East Valley Institute of Technology by donating an item the school could not otherwise afford: a 1997 Pierce Quantum 4-door cab fire truck.
Memorable Moments from the 2012 Season
Ask Ky Westbrook about the last few meters of a close race and she won’t be able to say much.
All-Tribune Girls First Team
Spring, well, sprang.
Spring, well, sprang.
That’s it for the 2011-2012 high school sports season, and what a year it was.
Spring, well, sprung.
A torn anterior cruciate ligament sidelined standout Jasmine Todd midway through Chandler’s track season.
Division I outlook
In a meet defined by shattered records, it was host-Chandler's two squads that ended the 72nd Chandler Rotary Invitational as the ultimate winner.
Chandler track athlete and multi-dimensional state champion Jasmine Todd is headed to the University of Oregon this fall.
Chandler senior Jasmine Todd burst onto the scene as a freshman when she won a state championship in the 100 meters. Since then, Todd has developed into one of the best long and triple jumpers Arizona has ever seen. She currently holds the state record in the triple jump and is just six inches shy of the state record in the long jump so far in her career.
Jasmine Todd was born to jump.
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The 2011 calendar year is quickly coming to an end, and soon we will be turning our attention to 2012. Before that happens, let's take one last look back at the year that was. There were highs and lows, controversies and inspiring feats. It was a year with no shortage of surprises and standout moments, and here are ten from the East Valley that stick out the most:
A small contingent of Arizona athletes were in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina last week for the World Youth Track & Field Trials and the USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships. The World Youth Trials were used to determine the United States team that is currently in Lille, France for the IAAF World Youth Championships. Athletes ages 16 and 17 were eligible to compete. The USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships were for athletes ages 7 to 19.
Former Chandler standout Larissa Matthews clears the last hurdle as teammates Chaunci Toney, left, and Alexis Clay, right, pursue her during the 100 meters hurdles from the 2009 track and field state championships. All three, plus Hannah Carson, Jasmine Todd, Ky Westbrook and more have been integral in the Wolves’ rise from nothing into national champions