Longtime assistant Lucius Miller eager to turn around Rincon/University football program.
Former Empire football coach Jorge Mendivil is Amphitheater’s new coach. The district’s Governing Board approved his appointment Tuesday night.
Five-time Pro Bowl selection and former Super Bowl champion Andre Rison has been named Rincon/University’s next football coach, TUSD athletic director Herman House told the Star Tuesday.
Sabino senior Andrew Mike verbally committed to Vanderbilt this afternoon.
Salpointe Catholic's football team already has five seniors verbally committed to continue their careers four-year schools.
The game-day routine this year has been pretty simple for Dennis Bene.
When Salpointe Catholic cornerback Adrian Lizarraga intercepted a desperation Deer Valley pass with 15 seconds left in Monday night’s Division II state semifinal, the junior didn’t just secure the Lancers’ spot in the state final with his first career interception.
Cameron Denson caught an 86-yard touchdown pass on the first play of the game Monday night at Marana High School.
Entering his senior year, Salpointe Catholic quarterback Andrew Cota had two years of evidence to prove his athletic ability.
All season long, Salpointe Catholic’s football team has had the goal of playing the week of Thanksgiving.
Kaelin Deboskie just might be the missing piece to Salpointe Catholic’s quest for a football state title.
Salpointe Catholic’s football team is in the state semifinals for the second straight season and has the spotlight all to itself this week.
SCOTTSDALE — After losing to Scottsdale Saguaro on Friday night, a somber Sabino team huddled around coach Jay Campos and tried to fight back tears. With its eight-game winning streak ended, a resilient Sabino side faced a grim reality — they’d lost to a better team.
Top-seeded Phoenix Arizona Lutheran received plenty of attention after its 60-6 win over Kearns Canyon Hopi in the first round of the Division V state playoffs.
GILBERT — Canyon del Oro has 13 seniors on its roster, and coach Dusty Peace was ready and waiting for all of them Friday night.
Salpointe Catholic made a strong case to be the best team in the state Friday night. In two weeks, the Lancers can officially prove it.
Two years ago, an underdog Scottsdale Saguaro team with a first-year starter at quarterback traveled to Tucson and knocked off top-seeded Sabino in the Division III state semifinals.
J.J. Metz attended Canyon del Oro football games regularly as a young boy; there, he watch Dorados teams that acted like families and made runs at state championships.
Salpointe Catholic coach Dennis Bene has never coached a defense this good.
This will be the quietest week of high school sports in Southern Arizona since early August.