FC Tucson isn't playing for the whole tamale, but it does have a few morsels still on the plate.
FC Tucson coach Rick Schantz, in red cap, goes in for a tackle while he plays crab soccer with participants in the first FC Tucson youth soccer camp at Kino Sports Complex.
FC Tucson coach Rick Schantz, right, goes over some ball-control skills with Travis Campbell, a defender who grew up in Phoenix and can't wait to face FC Phoenix.
Don't expect to see cars driving around town with bumper stickers pronouncing, "My favorite teams are FC Tucson and whoever's playing Phoenix FC."
Ever heard the story about the contented substitute?
Salpointe's Colin O'Brien, right, tries to maneuver around Mohave defender Giovanni Casillas. The Lancers won easily 6-1 Wednesday night.
For most of the season, Salpointe Catholic was without its leader.
The grandstand of the new Kino Sports Complex North stadium, shown here in a rendering, will be partially covered and have seating for 1,600 to 1,800 fans. Construction is scheduled to be completed by October.
The landscape of Tucson soccer will soon have a significant landmark to go with its rising visibility.
When he isn't playing midfield for Catalina Foothills, Jack Ferguson is often updating his fantasy football roster.
Jack Ferguson has been a starter on the Catalina Foothills soccer team since the day he walked onto the field as a freshman four years ago. Now that he's a senior, Falcons coach Julie Walters has one problem.