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Desert Mountain quarterback Kyle Allen prepares to throw downfield while taking on Mountain View, Friday, August 24, 2012 in Mesa.
Desert Mountain's Kyle Allen escapes pressure from Chaparral's Nathan Sills in September 2011.
Many high school students wait tables or scoop ice cream to earn extra cash, but not Kyle Hobratschk. He sells his artwork.
Valley Christian football coach Kevin Allen has resigned, according to a school press release.
This just wasn’t fair.
As the ball floated off the right arm of quarterback Kyle Allen for what seemed like eternity, Desert Mountain’s Mark Andrews wasn’t thinking about his three dropped passes during the second half, or the clock winding down. Instead, he thought back to the words coach Tony Tabor had been harping on since the 2012 season began.
Desert Mountain didn’t look the No. 9 team in Division I on Thursday night.
Devon Allen isn’t the type to get overly excited.
Devon Allen sat alone in the training room at the Brophy Sports Complex in Phoenix as he placed bags of ice on both knees and wrapped them with plastic.
The 2013 Arizona track and field championships started to resemble 2012 a little too closely for Devon Allen’s liking.
Desert Mountain quarterback Kyle Allen prepares to throw downfield while taking on Mountain View, Friday, August 24, 2012 in Mesa. [Tim Hacker/Tribune]
Desert Mountain QB Kyle Allen pumps his fist after throwing a TD during the game, Friday, Nov. 2, 2012 at Mountain View. [Brant Clinard/ Special to Tribune]
Desert Mountain quarterback Kyle Allen looks for an open receiver while taking on Chaparral Friday in Scottsdale. The Wolves won on a goal-line stand on defense at the 1-yard line as three-time defending champion Chaparral fell to 1-3 on the season.
This photo supplied by ABC shows Gena Davis in her role as Mackenzie Allen. who becomes president, takes time for a tender moment with her television husband played by Kyle Secor.
Desert Mountain quarterback, Kyle Allen, looks downfield in first quarter action against Chaparral, Friday, Sept. 14, 2012 in Scottsdale. [Jerry Burch/Special to the Tribune]
Saguaro running back D.J. Foster and Chaparral wide receiver Davonte Neal ran wild on opposing defenses last year, putting up eye-popping numbers and leading their teams to state championships. It’s doubtful that any skill player will accumulate statistics approaching those marks this year, but Friday nights certainly won’t lack in star power. A host of offensive standouts return to their teams for another year of high school football. Here are five players who will be worth the price of admission this season:
The Desert Storm, a 12U basketball team, recently captured the Excel Gold league’s regular season and tournament championships.
Top-ranked Corona del Sol beat Dobson, 84-70, in a Division I, Section 2 game. Calaen Robinson led the Aztecs with 22 points while Casey Benson added 15. The Mustangs were led by Kyle Tomlinson, who scored 21 points and Marcus Tipton added 19.
Desert Mountain shook off a slow start to blow past Dobson, 41-6, in a Division I game Friday at Dobson.
In the new age of offensive explosiveness, state records are becoming more commonplace.
Visiting Highland held off previously-undefeated Desert Mountain, 34-32, even after a high-scoring and wild fourth quarter.
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Saguaro running back D.J. Foster and Chaparral wide receiver Davonte Neal ran wild on opposing defenses last year, putting up eye-popping numbers and leading their teams to state championships.
The Hamilton football team is rolling, now up to six consecutive victories after an 0-2 start. The defense has allowed the second-fewest points in Division I and the Huskies are once again ranked No. 1 after recent wins over Desert Ridge, Chandler and Desert Vista.