Taylor Powell also had offers from Colorado State and Fresno State.
The Amphitheater graduate accepted a position as an assistant for Long Beach State.
Carlos Villarreal was the Division III cross country runner-up in the fall and has only gotten better from there.
Salpointe Catholic’s Yash Parikh went 22-0 as a sophomore and could very well be considered the best high school player in all of Arizona.
Ironwood Ridge senior Emily Robinson wasn’t ready to let a championship get away from her once again.
Tyler Fallwell pitched an eight-inning shutout against the defending champions in the Division III state semifinals to help Palo Verde reach the title game for the first time in school history.
Sahuaro’s Arthur Gibson will be hard to replace.
Kirtana Bhat had to take a different route but still got the same result: Another state championship.
When Katie Izzo won the 800-meter run at the Division II state meet, it locked up Catalina Foothills’ first team championship since 2005.
Luis Gamez figured he’d be selected in the MLB draft sometime Saturday, he just wasn’t expecting to hear his name called so early.
Although he had to wait a little longer than he was hoping Thursday night, Alex Verdugo can finally call himself a professional baseball player.
The Arizona Interscholastic Association announced the seedings for the upcoming baseball and softball state tournaments this afternoon.
Rain has caused the Arizona Interscholastic Association to postpone today's third round of the Division II boys and girls individual tennis tournaments in Glendale.
The regular season for tennis wrapped up Tuesday afternoon but 17 local programs will play at least one more match.
Out of the five selections for player of the year from this winter sports season, Sahuaro senior forward Jasmine Simmons had to be one of the easiest picks.
Southern Arizonans shined in wrestling this season. Four local wrestlers were crowned undefeated state champions and four schools earned second-place finishes.
When I was in Glendale covering the state tournament at Jobing.com Arena, AIA 365 reporter Jose Garcia told me he couldn’t remember the last time there was such an array of talent for boys basketball in Southern Arizona.
In her first season at Cienega, junior Treyanna Clay didn’t have any trouble fitting in.
Tucson High was arguably the most dominant boys soccer team in Arizona as it went 21-0-3 on its way to the Division II state title.
Cienega's first-ever trip to a basketball state championship game didn't go as planned.
At least one Cienega basketball team is headed to the state finals and the other will have a chance to get there tonight.
While 22 baseball teams participate in the Cowboy Up Classic at Kino Sports Complex, 19 softball teams will be playing in another tournament roughly 15 miles up Interstate 10.
If the recent weather in Tucson hadn't already made it feel like spring, the fact that baseball is officially back should.
Palo Verde junior Sydni Stallworth had a career night tonight scoring 42 points but the 19th-seeded Titans fell in first round of the Division III state tournament.
The Arizona Interscholastic Association announced the seedings for the basketball state tournaments today and 29 local teams qualified.