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Thousands of students attend district schools in Gilbert, Mesa, Chandler and Tempe. Classes for Chandler Unified School District and Queen Creek Unified School District begin on July 21. Students at Higley Unified School District, Kyrene School District and Tempe Union High School District start classes on Aug. 4; the Tempe Elementary School District begins again on Aug. 5; and sessions at Gilbert Public Schools and Mesa Public Schools start on Aug. 6.
In order to reach the Arizona Division I state football championship, you have to make it through the regular season first.
One of the most reliable sights from a Red Mountain High School softball game over much of the last four years was Jane Macha, sitting in the stands and cheering on her daughter Breanna. She had a lot to cheer about during those days: The Mountain Lions had won four consecutive state championships, with Breanna contributing mightily during the last three matchups. Breanna dominated game after game after game, taking her mother’s advice to give it all she had to heart.
Daniel Hollands needed a break from tennis, so he took one.
After losing its opening game, the Mesa Community College baseball team rattled off four straight wins in the National Junior College Athletic Association Division II National Championship tournament and play for the title Saturday night in Enid, Okla.
Thousands of students picked up their diplomas this week from Mesa Public Schools’ collection of high schools, but just two left after earning one of Arizona’s most renowned scholarships.
Good evening students, teachers, and families of Red Mountain High School. I'm honored to have the privilege to speak before you today. Now, writing a graduation speech was all well and good until I realized I actually had to talk about something. I had a period where I was overwhelmed with possible - speech topics, as this is an open-ended speech. I could tell all of you just about anything right now. However, I wanted to focus on one idea, something that would stick. So, to my colleagues, my friends and to the whole graduating class of 2014, I say this: Life is like an avocado.
To the senior Class of 2014, tonight is for us! Tonight is one of many accomplishments that each of us will have throughout life's journey. However this evening is especially endearing because we get to experience it together. Take a moment and think of, if you haven't already, about the days leading up to this point.
Class of 2014. Fourteen doesn't have much of a ring to it, does it? Maybe it's not the number though that lacks inspiration. Maybe it's the fact that, we've been down this path before, experienced the same euphoric emotions as we do now, and had the same sense of pride and accomplishment we all currently carry in our buzzing minds. To all of you, I ask one simple question: “What does graduation really mean then?”
With a slew of returners from last year’s team that suffered a heartbreaking, five-game loss in the state semifinals, Mesa High entered this season as the team to beat.
Kids ages 9 to 14 can compete in Hershey’s Track and Field Games on May 3 at Red Mountain High School in Mesa. The competition is free to participate and will begin at 9 a.m.
Alyssa Gonzalez narrowly misses a throw to first during a game against the Red Mountain High School Mountain Lions. The Gilbert Tigers defeated the Red Mountain High School Mountain Lions 3-2 Thursday, April 10.
The Gilbert Tigers defeated the Red Mountain High School Mountain Lions 3-2 Thursday, April 10.
(From right to left) Alyssa Fernandez Lyndsey Steverson play catch during a game against The Gilbert Tigers. The Tigers defeated the Red Mountain High School Mountain Lions 3-2 Thursday, April 10.
The Tigers defeated the Red Mountain High School Mountain Lions 3-2 Thursday, April 10.
Mackensie Garretson makes contact during a game against the Red Mountain High School Mountain Lions. The Gilbert Tigers defeated the Red Mountain High School Mountain Lions 3-2 Thursday, April 10. [Dominic Valente/Tribune]
Alyssa Fernandez makes contact during a game against The Gilbert Tigers. The Tigers defeated the Red Mountain High School Mountain Lions 3-2 Thursday, April 10.
All-Tribune First Team
In coaching circles, the cliché regarding exceptional athletes is, “This kind of athlete does not come along very often.” For the Red Mountain High School Girls’ Track Team, the saying would be, “These kinds of athletes do not come along very often together.” Enter seniors Tayler Jameson, Abbie Sharkey, and Kristiana Warth, a trio of pole vaulters who have been competing at the highest levels in the state for several years. With all three clearing 12 feet in the indoor season, the girls are in rare company in terms of the number of athletes over a mark for a season at one school.
All-Tribune First Team
The Mesa Chamber of Commerce has announced the candidates for the best small, medium and large business of the year in advance of its annual dinner event.
Students at Red Mountain High School in Mesa took a shot at reemphasizing the harm caused by tobacco with a robot they designed themselves.