Less than three months after leaving Catalina to take over the Salpointe Catholic volleyball teams, Heather Moore-Martin will return to her former school and face the team she coached for more than a decade.
After blowing out Encino (Calif.) Crespi 47-7 on Saturday night, the Salpointe Catholic football team appears to be unstoppable.
No. 72 Michael Hoard: In his junior season at Salpointe, Hoard, a first baseman, hit .460 with 49 RBIs in just 100 at-bats. He signed to play for Arizona.
Tucsonan Bryce Cotton, signed late by the Providence Friars in 2010, led the Big East Conference in scoring last season at 19.7 points a game. "After what I've gone through, I believe I can play at the highest level," the 6-foot-1-inch guard said.
Expect Kevin Cordes, a junior-to-be at UA, to shine in the 50-, 100- and 200-yard breast stroke events in Indy.
After winning silver at last year's Olympics and many other titles, Brigetta Barrett will cash in that million-dollar smile.
Solomon Hill will likely be drafted because he has a high basketball IQ and is willing to do the dirty work.
Before Bryce Cotton begins his senior season at Providence College, he desperately wants to play basketball July 7-16 in Kazan, Russia, which has rarely been a ballplayer's ideal destination.
Salpointe Catholic pitcher Emily Griffin gave up just three hits, but a single and a double in the fourth scored the only run.
PHOENIX - Looks like the washing machines will finally get some work.
GLENDALE - It seemed as if Allie Scott and Gabrielle Courtney of Pusch Ridge Christian were in control of their Division III girls doubles match Saturday after winning the first set, but a state title doesn't come easy.
Flowing Wells' Lyndsay Leikem, heading up court Saturday, had 19 points and 11 rebounds in the loss.
Two years ago today, Joe Serrano was getting set for his senior season with the Salpointe Catholic baseball team.
Six seniors from third-seeded Catalina Foothills are hoping to end their careers with four state championships when the playoffs start today.
This is the first complete week of regular-season action since mid-December and it features a big Division I matchup in boys basketball, an interesting five-team meet in wrestling and a rematch of a tournament championship in boys soccer.
On Thursday, Catalina Foothills and Jean Butron, left, face Salpointe for the third time this season. The teams split the first two.
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.