Nighthawks win consecutive games over Lancers for first time ever.
Five Southern Arizona storylines in high school football for Friday.
Coach wants to play best of the best, prepare for down the road.
My prediction average — similar to a batting average — probably hovers somewhere around .225, making me slightly better than Alex Rodriguez most Octobers.
The sixth in our tour of Tucson's high school football stadiums.
Several local teams set to play in state quarterfinals this week.
Following the Division I state championship match last October, Cienega golfer David Rauer walked off the course with a sour feeling of disappointment.
Champions show off their rings
When Cienega and Rincon/University face off in boys basketball, it's often close.
Rincon/University big man Asha Esprit drives to the basket through Cienega's Terrence Johnson, left, and Xavier Burnham. Esprit overcame a slow start to score 19 points and grab 15 rebounds in the Rangers' win.
Amphitheater football coach Brandon Willard is taking advantage of the holiday break by spending time with family.
Three months ago, Brandon Willard was spending almost all his time on the football field as Amphitheater's first-year coach.
Salpointe grad hoping to earn LPGA Tour card.
Matt Johnson was viewed as an outsider and an unpopular hire four years ago when Ironwood Ridge principal Mike Bejarano and (former) IRHS athletic director Will Kreamer plucked him away from Catalina Foothills.
Quarterback Tyler Williams led the Nighthawks to 23 victories and a state title in two seasons as a starter. He produced a total of 57 TDs.
Ironwood Ridge's John Klass, left, celebrates Division II state title after a 27-3 victory over Centennial at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe. on Saturday, Nov. 24, 2012. (Ralph Freso/For the Daily Star)
Matt Johnson stood at the 50-yard line at Sun Devil Stadium, holding the Division II state championship trophy like he would a newborn child - cradled in between his left arm and stomach.