Catalina High School families inspired menu items, to be served in TUSD cafeterias.
Ironwood Ridge's Spencer Wilson delivers a pitch against Nogales in the state Division II playoffs on Saturday. The teams continue play in the state tournament this week.
With tennis over, baseball, softball, boys volleyball and track are the only spring sports left in this final full week of high school sports.
Cholla guard Julio Duarte splits Canyon del Oro defenders on his way to the basket. Duarte led the Chargers with 21 points and hit a three-pointer with five seconds left in regulation to tie the game at 55 and send it into overtime.
Teammates mob Cholla's Andres Gomez after he scored the winning basket at the buzzer with the putback of a missed shot.
Julio Duarte gave Cholla a second life on Monday and Andres Gomez made sure the Chargers didn't waste it.
Although this is the final week of the regular season for soccer teams, basketball will take the spotlight today.
Salpointe Catholic goalkeeper Taylor Anderson saves the ball from Kellen Brewer, far left, of Catalina Foothills on Monday night. Salpointe's Sergio Anaya is caught in the middle.
The last time Salpointe Catholic and Catalina Foothills met in soccer, the game was decided on penalty kicks.
Ironwood Ridge quarterback Tyler Williams will lead the 9-0 Nighthawks against 9-1 Salpointe Catholic on Friday night at the Lancers' field.
The final weekend of October has a lot to offer, including the football matchup Southern Arizona has been waiting for all season.
The football postseason begins two weeks from tonight. Usually, at this point, there is a pretty clear idea of the schools headed for the playoffs and the schools headed for winter sports.
Rincon/University running back Kevionte Alexander leads the Rangers into Friday's game against fellow 5-2 team Sahuaro.
The Ironwood Ridge football team has been the talk of the town lately but the girls volleyball team might steal the spotlight this week.
Pusch Ridge's Sarah Macdonald, left, uses a late push to beat Alana Kempf of Joy Christian to the finish line in the Division IV girls 800-meter run, her second state title of the day.
Amphitheater Jared Roth clears 6-4 en route to winning the Division III boys high jump at 6-8 at Mesa Community College.
Rincon/University's Ryan Silva, center, navigates through traffic in the Division I boys 800-meter run. He finished second to Yuma Cibola's Bernie Montoya.