A hidden gem in downtown Mesa is becoming a destination for former Scottsdale high school athletes who might not be NCAA Division I candidates but who are eager to continue playing at the collegiate level close to home.
Every team’s worst nightmare is slipping up in the championship game after working all season to get there.
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Saguaro High football coach Jason Mohns has been named a winner of the inaugural MaxPreps Heart and Soul of the Game award, for coaches who set an example of leadership to his team and in the community.
Notre Dame Prep senior receiver Jake Smith is the 2018-19 Gatorade National Football Player of the Year, becoming the first from Arizona ever to receive the honor. The announcement was made Tuesday.
Notre Dame Prep senior Jake Smith has been named the Gatorade Arizona Football Player of the Year on Thursday, and is now among three finalists for the national award.
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TUCSON -- Second-seeded Saguaro made it clear early in the second half that it wouldn’t be walking out of Arizona Stadium without the gold football in its hands.
A year ago, George Prelock was a first-year coach joining a Notre Dame Prep program amid controversy involving his predecessor.
If you ask Saguaro coach Jason Mohns, he will say that his defense’s performance on Friday night wasn’t the best he had seen from it this season.
The City of Scottsdale has approved a deal with City of Phoenix to relocate the San Francisco Giants’ player development operations from Indian School Park to Papago Sports Complex, which sits on the Phoenix side of the border between the two cities.
You might think the only vegetation thriving in Arizona is cactus.
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