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Here is the schedule for the annual Nate Johnson memorial wrestling tournament this weekend at Red Mountain High School.
2013 Campo Verde High School Soccer Tournament
The chill of winter means basketball is already underway with a plethora of early-season games and tournaments, and yet the question remains:
Here are the results and finals schedules for the Division I through Division V football playoffs:
Survive and advance is a popular mantra adopted this time of year — and for good reason.
Chaparral’s Ryan Hoffer created plenty of hype in the preliminaries of the state Division I swim meet by breaking the high-profile 50 freestyle state record on Friday.
Division II, Section II
Division I, Section I
Won or done?
Mountain Pointe's Triston Yellowman hangs out with his shadow.
There is a saying that, no matter how it is accomplished, a win is a win.
A late “freedom” game addition for both teams to help fill out the schedule, Shadow Ridge is a new school in the far west side city of Surprise (65 miles one-way to/from Williams Field according to Google) but returned most of its lineup from last year’s 7-4 squad, and it’s worked well. The Stallions are 7-1, including four wins by a touchdown or less and victories coming against Glendale Cactus, Glendale Deer Valley and Peoria Sunrise Mountain. Shadow Ridge is led by a solid defense and RB Chris Salsberry (1,497 yards, 21 touchdowns and 7.7 yards per carry). Salsberry has even thrown two touchdown passes in his only two passing attempts this season. But Williams Field is on a roll after finishing strong against Saguaro in a loss, then hammering Queen Creek last week. The Stallions have an elite running back, but don’t have much of a passing game and one-dimensional usually doesn’t work against Williams Field’s defense (ask Queen Creek). The Stallions also haven’t seen an offense quite as good as the Black Hawks.
Prediction: Williams Field 38, Shadow Ridge 21
-- Mark Heller
Football is — among so many things — a game of attrition, which explains why many schools struggle either suddenly or gradually. That’s happening everywhere around East Valley football programs these days, seemingly with more frequency than ever (at least it feels that way).
Levi Sterling, Hamilton (pictured): 45-yard INT return for TD
Richard Haywood, Desert Vista: 75-yard KO return for TD
Sean Eremia, Desert Ridge: 2 INT
Luke Pineda, Campo Verde: 2 TD passes, 3 rush TD
Josh Eckley, Marcos de Niza: 154 yards passing, TD, 2 rush TD
Taren Morrison, Desert Ridge: 70 yards rushing, 72 yards rec., 2 TD
Brock Westover, Mountain View: 64 yards rushing, 84 yards rec., 2 TD
Noah Miller, Highland: GW 27-yard FG
J.T. Nettleton, Saguaro: 3 TD rec., 2 INT
Darius Williams, Williams Field: 88-yard INT return
Mountain Pointe defense: School-record 4th shutout of season
Logan Johns, Higley: 4 tackles for loss, sack
Antonio Marchica, Cactus Shadows: 3 TD runs
THIS WEEK’S GAMES
THIS WEEK’S GAMES
Final || Location: Shadow Mtn. H.S.
Weston Barlow, Queen Creek: 268 yards, 2 TD
Max Vankempen, Paradise Valley: 241 yards, 3 TD
Taren Morrison, Desert Ridge (pictured): 213 yards, 4 TD
Deion Warren, Desert Mountain: 200 yards, 2 TD
Zech Gatling, Scottsdale Christian: 192 yards, 2 TD
Antonio Marchica, Cactus Shadows: 187 yards, 2 TD
Brandon Hatfield, Poston Butte: 176 yards, 2 TD
Dillon Gyllette, Gilbert: 157 yards, 2 TD
Connor Graham, Notre Dame: 156 yards, 5 TD
Tyrell Smith, Hamilton: 152 yards
Ricky Marshall, Higley: 147 yards, TD, rec. TD