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TEMPE – There were whispers.
Dobson's Head Girls Basketball Coach Tyler Dumas talks to his team before the 2nd half of the DI state girls basketball playoff game between the Dobson Mustangs and the Millennium Tigers at ASU's Wells Fargo Arena on Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2014. [Greg Herriman / Special to Tribune]
Tyler Dumas had a speech going in his head.
Recent incident highlights tenuous relationship coaches can have with parents
Pinnacle had a height advantage and good game plan in its Division I state girls quarterfinal matchup with Dobson on Monday afternoon.
A relentless, smothering allowed No. 6 Dobson to overcome a slow first quarter and defeat No. 11 Millennium 69-49 in the second round of the girls Division I basketball championship Friday night.
Katherine Hamilton remembers well the naive freshman who played varsity for the Dobson girls basketball team three years ago.
Dobson girls basketball coach Tyler Dumas looks on in a section tournament game against Tucson on Tuesday.
Dobson coach Tyler Dumas,right, looks on from the bench while his team takes on Tucson High school Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013 at Desert Ridge in Mesa. [Tim Hacker/ Tribune]
Thursday night went the way it should have, which also means his 700th career win was celebrated with and consumed by all the things that makes Highland coach Miner Webster cringe.
(Editor’s note: This is the first in a four-part series that takes a look into the proposed 50-mile transfer rule).
The phrase “50-mile rule” has become shorthand for the proposed legislation written to curb athletic-related transfers in Arizona.
High school coaching can be a thankless job with long hours, low pay and a thousand little tasks having nothing to do with actual coaching.
Chantel Osahor was glad changing her shot didn't work out, and couldn't take full credit for her passing skills.
For a school that's never been this far, the Hamilton postgame locker room was eerily silent.
Katherine Hamilton had a notion that she was going to have a big night on Monday.
Using a swarming pressure defense and an opportunistic fast-break offense, No. 7 Dobson defeated No.10 Pinnacle 62-35 in the second round of the Division I girls state basketball tournament at Dobson.
No. 3 Highland beat No. 2 Dobson, 46-36, in the second round of the Division I, Section II, girls basketball sectional tournament at Mesquite High School on Thursday.
Beginning this week, a new wrinkle in the high school sports postseason picture will unfold for the first time, and it'll be met with, predictably, unpredictability.
With the new computer-driven schedules (mostly) based on geography, the creation of sections within a reduced number of divisions and new criteria for reaching postseason play, setting girls basketball schedules became uber-subjective:
Revenge or retribution was nice for the Chandler girls basketball team, but its 73-59 win against Dobson in Monday's MLK Basketball Classic opener was about something simple straightforward.
Wide-margin victories by Highland, Chandler, St. Mary’s and Xavier girls basketball teams all had a commonality working for them in the first round of the 5A Division I state tournament earlier this week.
Lauren Evans kept shooting and Chelsea Pullam did the rest.
This much is clear about girls basketball: Every one of the big schools is chasing St. Mary’s.