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Those crazy Regressives keep trying new avenues to convince us that “trickle down” economics actually “works” and their latest scam is the “Fair Tax,” a misnomer if there ever was one!
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Francisco Avitia, Skyline (pictured): 329 yards, 6 TD
Luke Quinn, Horizon: 188 yards, 3 TD
Kam’Ron Johnson, Tempe: 187 yards, TD
Paul Perry, Mesquite: 175 yards, 4 TD
Weston Barlow, Queen Creek: 165 yards, TD
Zech Gatling, Scottsdale Christian: 163 yards, TD
Truman Tucker, Skyline: 159 yards
Turrell Pietz-Noble, Mesa: 152 yards, 2 TD
Ricky Marshall, Higley: 131 yards, TD
Rajhan Meriwether, Basha: 123 yards
Elijah Castro, Chaparral: 119 yards, 3 TD
Ethan Johnson, Westwood: 118 yards, TD
Deion Warren, Desert Mountain: 100 yards
Weston Barlow, Queen Creek: 320 yards, 4 TD...
Turrell Pietz-Noble, Mesa: 230 yards, 3 TD...
Ryan Velez, Brophy: 187 yards, TD...
Brandyn Leonard, Mountain Pointe (pictured): 180 yards, 3 TD...
Dylon Gillette, Gilbert: 150 yards...
Kam’ron Johnson, Tempe: 148 yards, 2 TD...
Ricky Marshall, Higley: 144 yards, 2 TD...
Ethan Johnson, Westwood: 138 yards, 3 TD...
Francisco Ativia, Skyline: 120 yards, 2 TD...
Cade Van Raaphorst, Desert Vista: 120 yards, TD...
Paul Perry, Mesquite: 116 yards, TD...
Elijah Castro, Chaparral: 112 yards...
Antonio Marchica, Cactus Shadows: 111 yards, TD.
Tom Hanks didn’t know where the cameras were.
Even after a quick start, Quinn may still be largely an unknown, but that will change if he continues to put up numbers like this. The 5-foot-9, 180-pound senior has carried the ball 50 times for 634 yards and 11 touchdowns — a 12.68 yards-per-carry average — and added 16 catches for 344 yards and four scores. Horizon is off to a 4-1 start and the offense is averaging 53.4 points per game. The Huskies might not be considered a state title contender quite yet, but they have the type of explosiveness which scares other teams, and it’s Quinn who is leading the charge.
Honorable mention: Paul Lucas, RB, Mountain Pointe; Kam’ron Johnson, RB/DB, Tempe; Brian Lewerke, QB, Pinnacle; Bryce Perkins, QB, Chandler; Weston Barlow, Queen Creek.
Weston Barlow, Queen Creek (pictured): 231 yards, 4 TD
Ricky Wilson, San Tan Foothills: 203 yards, 2 TD
Ricky Wilson. San Tan Foothills: 195 yards, 2 TD
Kam’ron Johnson, Tempe: 161 yards, 3 TD
Josh Eckley, Marcos de Niza: 158 yards, 2 TD
Paul Perry, Mesquite: 145 yards, TD
Joe Kuhlmann, Cactus Shadows: 136 yards, TD
Taren Morrison, Desert Ridge: 135 yards, 2 TD
Jacob Anderson, Williams Field: 134 yards, 2 TD
Turrell Pietz-Noble, Mesa: 127 yards, 2 TD
Max Vankempen, Paradise Valley: 115 yards, TD
Saige Waxter, San Tan Foothills: 115 yards, TD
Nicholas Bush, Higley: 111 yards
Isaiah Reece, Saguaro: 104 yards, 2 TD
Tyrell Smith, Hamilton: 104 yards, TD
Luke Pineda, Campo Verde: 103 yards
George Wright, Corona del Sol: 100 yards, 2 TD
Not waiting for formal gubernatorial approval, foes of her Medicaid expansion already are moving to undo at the ballot box and in court what they could not block at the Legislature.
Here is a collection of thoughts and stories from those who've crossed paths (personally or professionally) with former Higley district athletic director Art Wagner, who died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound on May 15.
In the eight years I’ve taken on the regular duty of reviewing movies, 2012 just might have been the best. It wasn’t easy compiling a top 30 list for a 12-month period of so many diverse, outstanding films. I found myself having to make some absolutely painful snubs, including “Flight,” “The Sessions,” “The Hobbit: An Expected Journey,” and a little cinematic masterpiece by the name of “21 Jump Street.” In the end though, I managed to narrow the list down to the 20 titles that best encompass 2012 in all its glory. If you’re still behind on the movies of yesteryear, consider this your ultimate movie guide to 2012.
In the eight years I’ve taken on the regular duty of reviewing movies, 2012 just might have been the best.
What started in a Mesa backyard pool in the 1950s has since become one of the top 200 swimming clubs in the United States.
Arizona has conducted its first general election using new congressional and legislative district maps, resulting in several excruciatingly tight congressional races as well as a handful of legislative contests that went undecided for more than a week after Election Day.
Gov. Jan Brewer delivered a nearly $100,000 infusion Wednesday into the campaign of Republican Jeff Flake to become the state's next U.S. senator.
NEW YORK — If you like Ron Swanson on NBC's "Parks and Recreation," then you'll like Nick Offerman, the actor who plays him.
Hey, you have to admit it was a hell of a September, huh?
In my spare time designing special bicycles, I have constructed a tandem for Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan. Both of the seats are perfectly round and swivel 180 degrees so they can continue to change directions as the wind blows. I have a handlebar on each end with two front forks because they both like to steer independently from each other. They can pedal backward or forward and have multi-speed gearing either way so that they can backpedal out of trouble as fast as they get into it. This bike has no brakes. It doesn’t need them because, try as I might, it’s not going anywhere, pretty much like their campaign.
Connor Graham, Notre Dame: 229 yards, 2 TD
Esteban Arteaga, McClintock: 172 yards, 3 TD
Jacob Anderson, Williams Field (pictured): 153 yards, 2 TD
Zech Gatling, Scottsdale Christian: 147 yards, 2 TD
Kam’Ron Johnson, Tempe: 146 yards, 3 TD
Cory Kasperson, Valley Christian: 145 yards, 3 TD
Paul Perry, Mesquite: 137 yards, 3 TD
Deion Warren, Desert Mountain: 132 yards, 2 TD
Ryan Velez, Brophy: 131 yards, 2 TD
Saige Waxter, San Tan Foothills: 129 yards, 2 TD
Ricky Marshall, Higley: 124 yards, 2 TD
Chase Lucas, Chandler: 113 yards, 2 TD
Kiwan Lear, Red Mountain: 116 yards, TD
Jacob Matsumoto, Tempe Prep: 100 yards, 2 TD
Mountain Pointe coach Norris Vaughan knows that his team has been through a brutal stretch and to this point has come through unscathed.
As the credits rolled and the lights of the sparsely populated theater came up, a wave of indifference crashed over me. I was pretty certain I loved what I had just witnessed, but why? And quite frankly, what had I just witnessed?
What can be said about Paul Thomas Anderson? To say the very least, he’s one of the most interesting artists making movies today. Whether you believe his films are genius or pretentious, everyone should be able to agree that Anderson’s work always promises something utterly unique. In “The Master,” Anderson renders another extraordinarily strange, yet beautiful, tale that you’ll never be able to take your eyes off of. In the most basic terms, this is a genuine American masterwork from a masterful storyteller.
Viewers hoping for a juicy expose of the super-secretive Church of Scientology in "The Master" might want to adjust their expectations just a tad.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Democrats are used to be being the stepchildren of Arizona politics.
Are you as depressed as I am?