There was a point on Tuesday night when Arizona senior Davellyn Whyte decided to completely take over against archrival Arizona State.
The Arizona women's basketball team pushed its winless streak to five games on Sunday afternoon with a 60-50 loss to Washington State at McKale Center.
The Tucson Marathon's 26.2-mile course was nothing for 51-year-old Mike Ehredt, who four weeks ago finished an inspiring 2,150-mile trek from International Falls, Minn., to Galveston, Texas.
Not long after crossing the finish line first in Sunday's Tucson Marathon, 27-year old Gary Krugger was asked if this was his first marathon victory.
Catalina Foothills junior Chaz Mack scored 25 points against Sahuaro on Friday night and, although he really couldn't care less about personal accolades, agreed it was quite the shooting performance.
A championship four years in the making came to fruition for Sabino's Billy Comeaux on Tuesday afternoon at Silverbell Golf Course.
With each scorecard turned in at Silverbell Golf Course on Saturday afternoon, Salpointe Catholic's section of the leader board drew increasingly more "oohs" and "aahs" from the crowd.
Jorge Mendivil is all too familiar with the growing pains that come with building a high school football program from scratch.
Tucson High's offensive unit subscribes to the age-old theory of keeping defenses off-balance using alternating doses of rushing and passing.
Canyon del Oro coach Dusty Peace will give it to you straight. He'll admit that CDO's homecoming football game on Friday night - a 37-21 win over Catalina Foothills - lacked the intensity so prevalent in years past.
One week after being held to a disconcerting 28 rushing yards in an upset loss, Cienega's ground game rumbled to life on Friday night.
Salpointe Catholic coach Denis Bene had spent all of 10 minutes at field level when his Lancers watched the clock run out on a 40-10 road victory over Mountain View on Friday night.
Sahuarita running back Chris Snodgrass lingered on the field after Friday's game at Empire. "Hey, you can't get 900 yards every game!" one fan reassured him.
In Brandon Willard's head coaching debut at Amphitheater, his Panthers held opposing Palo Verde without an offensive touchdown.