Spring sports state tourneys quickly approaching
The junior cleared 6-foot-8 for the win but wants to hit 7 feet this season.
The event honors the former star player who died while serving with the Army.
The Willie Williams Classic also gets underway Thursday afternoon.
See how some local coaches have their brackets playing out and where they have the Arizona Wildcats ending up.
Cienega grad is freshman on Utah's baseball team that faces UA.
The 6-foot-8-inch senior averaged a double-double for the Ravens this season.
Fifteen teams facing off at Cherry Field over the next four days.
The senior captain batted .789, helping the Eagles get out to a 5-0 start.
Fifteen softball teams signed up for the four-day event at Cherry Field.
The seniors have been instrumental in Desert Christian winning back-to-back championships.
Before we bid farewell to the winter season, let's look back.
The senior found success in distance running after starting out as a sprinter.
Two defending champs among 10 teams in field for four-day tournament.
Southern Arizona’s winter sports season came to an end Saturday with Nogales’ boys basketball team losing in the Division II state semifinals, one day after the Ironwood Ridge’s girls fell in the same round.
Apaches fall to Phoenix Arcadia in state semifinals.
Sahuarita's football coach was hired by Southern California power Oceanside on Thursday.
Palo Verde led by eight but couldn't hang on against Snowflake.
The two seniors combined for 29 points in win against No. 3 Chinle.
Chandler Seton Catholic cruised to a 55-30 win against the Cougars on Thursday.
Arcadia stunned Cholla in the state quarterfinals Thursday night, 68-56.
GLENDALE – Pusch Ridge Christian’s girls basketball team kept trying to get back in the game but Safford kept finding answers – and hitting basket after basket.
Sunnyside's boys basketball team returns all but one player next year.
Sunnyside's boys basketball team before it took the court at Gila River Arena against Phoenix Shadow Mountain in the Division II state quarterfinals on Wednesday, Feb. 25, 2015.
Blue Devils struggle, are eliminated by the defending champs Phoenix Shadow Mountain.
Cienega's girls basketball team eager to get back to Gila River Arena.
Several local teams set to play in state quarterfinals this week.
The games were originally scheduled to be played in the Phoenix area.
Cholla topped Sierra Vista Buena 64-49 on Saturday.
Tucson High's girls basketball team awaiting to take on Maricopa in the second round of the Division II state tournament on Friday night.
The Bobcats face Ironwood Ridge in the Division II state quarterfinals next week.
Colts head to second round of the Division II state tournament.
Behind the play of Alexis Cortez, Tucson High focused and confident.
Transfer from South Carolina has been spark for Kelvin Eafon's Warriors.
Palo Verde also advanced in Division III action on the road.
Hawks overpowered in first state tournament appearance in four years.
Travel costs and time out of the classroom for students and teachers were main factor.
Hawks play at Fountain Hills as postseason gets underway Tuesday night.
Tournament play kicks off Wednesday, runs through March 2.
See what Southern Arizona teams qualified along with who and when they play.
The Blue Devils senior was one of six Southern Arizona wrestlers to win Saturday.
See which Southern Arizona wrestlers reached the championship round.
Prescott Valley Event Center.
The Ironwood Ridge and Sunnyside standouts are both undefeated heading into the semifinals.
Panthers had five state finalists. That's unheard of, coach says.
Queen Creek had three goals in the first 18 minutes.