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Division I, Section I
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
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Sunrise Mountain 10 17 17 -- 0
The Chaparral football team looked so dynamic on paper that it was named the Tribune’s preseason favorite to win the Division II championship.
10. Sunrise Mountain 1-0
9. Tempe 1-0
8. Peoria 1-0
7. Shadow Ridge 1-0
6. Cactus 1-0
Glendale Cactus slipped past Phoenix Thunderbird to stay at No. 6, while Shadow Ridge cruised to stay at No. 7. Peoria and Tempe flip-flop as the Panthers beat a solid Avondale Agua Fria team while the Buffaloes had trouble putting away Maricopa. Peoria Sunrise Mountain sticks at No. 10.
The ACS Rankings didn't have much movement after the 16 games played by Arizona teams in Week O.
Chaparral running back Emerson Carrethers is expected to miss his senior season after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament in a scrimmage last week, coach Dave Huffine said.
Outlook: Bit by bit, the climb upward is underway.
Outlook: A "down" year was inevitable.
The toe was bothersome, but not being behind the plate was worse.
All-Tribune Softball First Team
The first round of the Division I state baseball tournament saw several upsets on Saturday.
Wednesday begins the double-elimination portion of the schedule for the Division I and II state tournaments.
Baseball will have a grind of a playoff schedule upcoming for those not among the top eight seeds, but softball — especially Division I — appears to be deeper than ever. Or, at least, deeper than the past five years.
Outlooks for the Divisions I and II softball state tournaments:
Outlooks for the Divisions I and II baseball state tournaments
Updated baseball rankings, as of April 23:
Final regular season softball rankings: