A look at Southern Arizona's top five girls volleyball teams.
The Star's picks for the top seven high school football teams in Southern Arizona.
Vote for who you think was the top local performer last Friday night.
Bill Dawson, 65, was star on Badgers' offensive, defensive lines.
Delaney Schnell, 16, places in the women’s 10-meter diving preliminaries.
Dorados outlast Badgers 3-1 in Tuesday's Division II state final.
The two play Thursday night for a trip to the state championship game.
The Star ranks Southern Arizona's best in spring team sports.
Fred William Enke, who led Tucson High School to seven state championships in the 1940s and played quarterback for the Detroit Lions, Baltimore Colts and Philadelphia Eagles, died Sunday in Casa Grande.
If there is such a thing as the sophomore slump, Tucson High’s Alexis Cortez sure isn’t feeling it.
Salpointe Catholic’s boys soccer team will be playing with a heavy heart this week as it tries to win the Chris Maier Invitational for the fourth straight year.
With three weeks left in the football season, Nogales and Cienega both need to win out to have any chance at getting back to the state playoffs.
Tucson High School’s girls volleyball team is off to its best start ever. The Badgers have won 14 straight matches, which stands as the state’s longest active winning streak, regardless of division.
Sue Clark, whose success as Tucson High School's girls tennis coach led to countless accolades and a feature in Sports Illustrated's "Faces in the Crowd," died Saturday morning after a long illness. She was 80.
This illustration from a 1972 edition of the Arizona Daily Star celebrated Sue Clark's achievements at Tucson High School.
led her team to 213 straight victories.
Area teens honored at Intel science fair
Ironwood Ridge handed Notre Dame Prep its first playoff loss back on May 2, but it was the Saints who got the last laugh, winning 3-2 in eight innings Saturday night to eliminate the Nighthawks from the postseason.
Tucson's Alex Robles went the distance Thursday, striking out four, but picked up his first loss when three Desert Mountain runs scored in the sixth.
TEMPE - The message after Tucson High lost to top-seeded Scottsdale Desert Mountain 5-4 at Tempe Diablo Stadium on Thursday night was loud and clear.