Desert View is 3-0 after entering the season with a 17-game losing streak.
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The eighth in our tour of Tucson's high school football stadiums.
Fifteen softball teams signed up for the four-day event at Cherry Field.
Catalina Foothills, Ironwood Ridge square off in girls soccer on Friday night.
Last season couldn’t have gone differently for Canyon del Oro and Ironwood Ridge, two fierce rivals separated by only a few miles.
Only one team was going to come away with a playoff spot in the regular-season finale Thursday night.
At Santa Rita, Desert View (3-7) held off the Eagles (2-8) in an offensive shootout. Despite a late rally, the Eagles, fell short of forcing overtime in the final game of the season for both teams.
At Desert View, Cienega overcame 15 penalties and two turnovers by gaining 571 yards.
At Desert View, Kevionte Alexander's 254 rushing yards carried the Rangers (5-2) to victory over the Jaguars (2-5). The Rangers pulled away from Desert View by scoring two touchdowns in the final quarter.
At Cholla, the Jaguars (2-4) won a contest of big plays against the Chargers (0-6).
At Desert View, the Jaguars (1-4) broke away in the fourth quarter of their homecoming game to top Douglas (0-5) and pick up their first win behind a strong effort from quarterback Dante Austin.
At Nogales, the Apaches (2-0) shook off a 13-7 halftime deficit and responded with a 20-point third quarter that proved to be the difference. Quarterback Dante Austin led Desert View (0-2), passing for 224 yards and a touchdown in the loss. The Jaguars' Robert Jack had five catches for 135 y…
At Desert View, Sunnyside cruised to victory in the Duel in the District game with 28 straight points.