Physical, two-way starter is like coach on the field for Apaches.
LANSING, Mich. — A Lansing-based taxidermist used the longtime rivalry between Michigan State University and the University of Michigan as inspiration for his latest creation.
The eighth in our tour of Tucson's high school football stadiums.
The 6-foot-1-inch 180-pound wide receiver/quarterback expected to be back for junior, senior seasons.
The fourth in our tour of Tucson high school football stadiums.
FLORENCE, Ala. — Fireworks stands have begun opening in areas that allow such sales around the Shoals.
All-Star Jeremy Timpf - Cienega High School's Brandon Winkles, left, looks on while Sabino High School's Jeremy Timpf, can't come up with a catch in the first quarter on Aug. 26, 2011. Cienega won 17-16.
All-Star Dallas Brown - Sabino High School's Dallas Brown, left, throws with pressure from Cienega High School Kevin Thompson, right, in the second quarter on Aug. 26, 2011. Cienega won 17-16.
All-Star Garrett Barraza - Salpointe High School's Garrett Barraza, left, chases after Ironwood Ridge High School quarterback Tyler D'Amore, right, in the second quarter at Salpointe on Sept. 24, 2010 in Tucson, Ariz. Salpointe defeated Ironwood Ridge 24-21 in overtime.
Cienega High School quarterback Michael Archie, center, talks with head coach Nemer Hassey, right, in the game against Sabino High School in the fourth quarter with Jalen Rogers, left, on Aug. 26, 2011 in Tucson, Ariz. Cienega won 17-16.
I played and coached high school football. I love the game and consider myself a huge fan. Even so, I won’t let my 12-year-old son play tackle football today or when he gets older. I’ve decided the risk of head trauma is way too great.
Walden Grove football coach Chris Sargent didn’t have to teach his team what a fair catch is this summer.
Sabino's Matt Bushman is taken down by two Nogales defenders in the Division III playoffs last year. Sabino's loss to Nogales has been Bushman's offseason motivation.
Over the next two days, we will feature our picks of Southern Arizona's top preseason high school football players.
Through Friday, the Star will count down the top 10 football players from each major Southern Arizona high school program:
As a senior, Fred Sims ran for 2,010 yards to lead Sunnyside to the 1980 state semifinals. He went on to play for Barry Switzer at Oklahoma, where he ran for 181 yards in a 1981 Sun Bowl win and for 667 yards in the '82 season.
Mountain View's Corbin Gouby plays tight end and linebacker, where he was a first-team All-Southern Arizona player last year as a junior with 80 tackles.
Over the next three days we will feature our picks of Southern Arizona's top preseason high school football players.
Over the next six days, we will feature our picks of Southern Arizona's top preseason high school football players.
Andrew Cota had 3,887 passing yards and 36 touchdowns, but it's his decision-making that often makes the difference for the Lancers.