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Joey Rico has been tested and bested twice already in this young wrestling season.
Boys Runner(s) of the Year:
The Desert Vista girls cross country program reached a new level on Saturday as the Thunder girls, running as Ahwatukee, finished fifth in the nation at the premier running event in Portland, Ore.
As far debuts go the Desert Vista boys basketball team and first-year coach Tony Darden set the standard pretty high.
As the temperature gets colder and the fall sports finish, it becomes time for basketball and the rest of the winter sports to start. Girls basketball is strong in the East Valley and looks to be the same again this year as Desert Vista, Hamilton, Dobson and Mesquite look to rule Division I while Seton Catholic looks to continue its dominance of Division II and Valley Christian tries to finish what it started a year ago in Division III.
Player of the Year:
Desert Vista High School’s marching band just missed out on winning another state title after a second-place finish in the 2014 Arizona Band & Orchestra Directors Association (ABODA) State Marching Band Championship.
Tempe Prep senior quarterback Jesse Brittain connected with junior Isaiah Brittain for a 23 yard touchdown on fourth and 3 to put Tempe Prep up 14-7 over Joy Christian.
The Hamilton girls volleyball team’s season didn’t end the way it wanted when it finally closed Wednesday night at Mesquite High School.
This weekend marks the second Country Thunder Launchfest, where the lineup for Country Thunder 2015 will be released; $100,000 will be given away along with Country Thunder campsites, tickets and gear; and up-and-coming stars Lucy Hale, John King and Cassadee Pope will perform.
Maggie Byrne-Quinn was holding the Division I state championship trophy so tightly Wednesday night that its integrity and stability was in question.
GILBERT – Olivia Fairchild couldn’t hold it in anymore; not after nearly jinxing the Desert Vista girls volleyball.
Thunder basketball players Sabrina Haines (ASU) and Kristine Anigwe (Cal) are headed to Pac-12 programs as they celebrated with new coach Will Gray.
Kessley Standingrock and Wendel Bowless compete with Thunder House in the singing and drum competion durting the 28th Annual Red Mountain Eagle Pow-Wow in Scottsdale on Sunday, Nov. 2, 2014.
The Desert Vista cross country programs have had some pretty special days over the years.
The Thunder celebrate their victory over Basha in the Division I semifinals on Saturday, Nov. 8, 2014.
Thunder celebrate after scoring a point
Desert Vista Thunder shake hands with Basha after winning
Thunder huddle together to exchange words after winning the Division I semifinals against Basha on Saturday, Nov. 8, 2014.
GILBERT – It took a bit of reminder, but the Desert Vista girls volleyball team finally shook off Basha to earn a spot in the Division I state championship.
MESA - Desert Vista swimming continued to display why it is one of the best programs in the state on Saturday’s championship finals.
The Thunder's pack mentality paid off with the Division I title as Chris Dangelo and Kyle Havriliak stick together at Cave Creek Golf Course.
It is starting to look like the Desert Vista girls volleyball team has no fear.
LAVEEN – Brock Goyen went to the fifth tee on Wednesday knowing the tournament was his to win only if he played well over the next 32 holes.
The Desert Vista boys golf team sits in seventh place entering the second day of the Division I state tournament.