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All-Tribune First Team
PRESCOTT VALLEY – Dajour Reece has confidence he will come through in the end.
PRESCOTT VALLEY – Wrestling is not always a one-on-one confrontation.
Time to end the season on the right note with some great wrestling this weekend.
108: Gabriel Casillas (Dobson); Jon Erhard (Desert Ridge); Ray Ramirez (Red Mountain); Jarrett Thayer (Perry); Kade Williams (Mountain View);
For several years now, the neighborhoods along the north side of Mesa’s Main Street in the city’s downtown district have had an identity within a serene setting of historic districts.
The first tangible improvement to result from the iMesa initiative sprouted Thursday as the city broke ground on a downtown community garden.
Nearly 50 businesses will debut at a new location - or even for the first time - on Friday, when an old department store will be reborn as an indoor Mesa marketplace.
2008 All East Valley Region Baseball
Phoenix Xavier's Stephanie Janes pitched six shutout innings and finished with a six-hitter as the 5A-I fourth-ranked Gators dealt second-ranked Chandler Basha its first softball loss of the season, 3-2, on Saturday on the first day of the McClintock-Marcos de Niza Tournament at McClintock High School.
It was little more than a beauty contest, but it was a beauty of a contest. Tempe Corona del Sol edged Mesa Red Mountain 190-188.5 Saturday in the 5A-I team wrestling standings that went down to the final match.
Fresh faces in previously unfamiliar places was a common sight at Jobing.com Arena on Saturday, as six high school wrestling classes concluded the season.
After a year away from the sport as a junior, Mountain View wrestler Conner Stockton came back this season with just one goal: To avenge the loss his brother, Clancy, took to Corona del Sol’s Cory Hale in the 171-pound weight class at the 2005 state championships.
Mesa and Mountain View, the teams that squared off earlier this week for the 5A Division I team title, qualified eight wrestlers apiece Saturday for next week’s semifinals of the 5A-I individual tournament.
Coming off a performance that saw three Hawks — then-juniors Spencer Jasper and Ryan Becerra and departed senior Ty Porter, the 2004-05 Tribune wrestler of the year — win individual state titles, Highland won its third state title in 11 seasons last year, capturing the 5A crown.