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The chill of winter means basketball is already underway with a plethora of early-season games and tournaments, and yet the question remains:
Immerse yourself in a wilderness aglow with 3.7 million lights, including more than 700 light sculptures of lions, tigers, spiders, monkeys and a host of other critters. This light show is one of the largest in the state and is an annual holiday destination for many. Adult beverages will be available for purchase Fridays and Saturdays.
Host No. 3 Hamilton recorded a school record three safeties and held No. 14 Millennium to just 16 total yards in a wild 35-9 victory to advance to the second round of the Division I State Playoffs.
In a meeting of volleyball royalty, last year’s state runners-up looked as if they are ready to reclaim their throne.
Gilbert's Angela Webb powers the ball down against Xavier's Abby Smith during the Tigers' loss in the Division I quarterfinals on Thursday, Nov. 7, 2013.
No. 4-seed Gilbert needed four sets to defeat No. 13 Chaparral, but were able to hold off the visiting Firebirds, 25-13, 23-25, 25-18, 25-15 in the first round of the Division I volleyball state tournament on Tuesday at Gilbert High School.
Basha did its part to control its own playoff destiny by beating Gilbert, 40-14 on Friday.
In today’s age, it doesn’t take long for once-proud football programs to fall quickly from relevance.
Thanks to a career-long field goal by Austin Carver and a defense which put pressure on Perry quarterback Alec Monte all night, visiting Gilbert ruined the Pumas' homecoming night with a 9-0 win in a Division I, Section I matchup on Friday.
Gilbert football players run toward the team's bleachers in celebration after the Tigers' 9-0 win over Perry on Oct. 25, 2013.
Following two close finishes in a row, the Hamilton football team left no doubt on Friday night with a 42-0 victory over Gilbert. The Huskies dominated from the opening kickoff, scoring on all five of their first half possessions.
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).
Chandler came into their Division I, Section I matchup with Gilbert riding high after the Wolves' first win over Hamilton in school history a week ago.
Lucy Hilarides and Alexus Navarro finished first and second to help Queen Creek (31) girls cross country race to a victory over host Perry (39), Gilbert (56) and Hamilton (109).
Five runners from host Perry finished in the top 10 as the Pumas (33) defeated Gilbert (51), Hamilton (53) and Queen Creek (95).
Local baseball fans who want to watch a few more games live this season can visit Hohokam Stadium and check out the Mesa Solar Sox play.
Highland’s defense shined Friday night during a convincing 49-14 victory over crosstown rival Gilbert, with the host Hawks holding the visiting Tigers to just 134 yards of total offense.
Behind a new quarterback, a powerful rushing game, and a strong defense, Gilbert was able to pick up its first victory of the season on Friday, defeating Dobson 31-13.
The Gilbert Tigers ready themselves before their game against Dobson Friday, Sept. 27. [Chris Capeloto, Special to Tribune]
Skyline improved to 4-0 on the season with a 28-7 win over Gilbert on Friday at Gilbert. The Coyotes have not had a winning season since 2008 but that streak of losing seasons appears on its way to an end as Skyline has shown balance on both sides of the ball.
Desert Ridge was already one of the elite teams in the state.
The Gilbert tiger's mascot cheer their team on from the sideline, Friday, Sept. 20, 2013 in Gilbert. [Tim Hacker/Tribune]
The Hawks picked up a much-needed victory last week over Campo Verde to move back over .500 and will be the heavy favorite to win this one. Highland has been much better than Gilbert this season, but there are a couple caveats: A) this is a rivalry game, and while the Tigers don’t have much shot at the playoffs, they shouldn’t have any trouble getting motivated to play against their neighbors; B) Highland tends to play close games because it is very ground-oriented and plays tough defense. The Hawks have superior personnel, but don’t be surprised if there are a few tense moments early before they finally pull away...
Prediction: Highland 24, Gilbert 10
-- Kyle Odegard
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