Eleven local teams landed in the top 25 of Division II.
See who else from around the area landed in the top 25 of each division.
The two baseball and softball tournaments open Wednesday afternoon.
The Dorados won 3-1 for their eighth title.
Three-time defending state champ Desert Christian is in the field.
Third-seeded San Carlos won 57-53 in overtime.
The fourth-seeded Pumas play No. 3 San Carlos on Saturday at noon.
There are 20 games Thursday, with the first scheduled for 2 p.m.
The 20-team tournament is being held at Kino Sports Complex South.
GLENDALE – As the final seconds ran off the clock in Tuesday's Division II state quarterfinal game, Sydney Harden could only sit and watch as her storied career came to a close.
Today's winners advance to next weeks quarterfinal rounds.
Play kicks off Tuesday night.
Danny Vega powered the Nighthawks, winning his third straight championship.
On "520 Day," we'll take a look at five Tucson athletes who are impacting their sports of choice.
The third-seeded Vipers beat the top-seeded Apaches in Tuesday's Class 5A state baseball championship game at Tempe Diablo Stadium.
Photographs of Tucson/Southern Arizona teams in select games of the 2022 Arizona state championships, covered by the Arizona Daily Star.
Of the Power Five conferences, the ACC is the most circumspect.
Three years after California took the lead in the battle for college athlete rights as the first state to legalize name, image and likeness payments to players, another potentially game-changing bill is on the move through the state legislature in Sacramento.
Coach Bruce Pearl and Auburn lost two stars to the NBA from what he considered college basketball's best frontcourt.
The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms with third-round pick Nicholas Petit-Frere. Petit-Frere, an offensive tackle, played 35 games, including 20 starts for Ohio State. The Titans have agreed to terms with six of their nine picks from the draft.
New York Giants quarterback Daniel Jones doesn't show his emotions much. So it's understandable he didn't say much about the team's recent decision not to pick up the fifth-year option on his rookie contract. The 24-year-old who was the sixth player taken in the 2019 draft said it was just a business decision. He understands it, and he is preparing for his first season under new coach Brian Daboll. Jones has posted a 12-25 record since becoming the Giants starter.
Longtime Ravens punter Sam Koch retired Thursday and will join the Baltimore coaching staff as a special teams consultant. A 16-year veteran, Koch, 39, appeared in a franchise-record 256 regular-season games, 239 consecutively from 2006-20, also a team record. He was a member of Baltimore’s 2012 Super Bowl championship team, and appeared in 20 postseason games. A 2015 Pro Bowl selection who made the AP’s second-team All-Pro squad that season, Koch set franchise records in punts (1,168), punt yardage (52,868), career gross average (45.3), career net average (39.7) and punts inside the 20 (453). His 1,168 career punts are the most by a punter with a single team in NFL history.
Lo van Pham’s journey to the NFL began when he fell in love with sports upon arriving in Texas after living in refugee camps with his family. More than 40 years later, van Pham is set to become the first Asian American to officiate in the NFL. Before he was introduced to football in America, van Pham and his parents and two brothers survived traveling the jungles of South Vietnam and bounced around refugee camps in Laos, Thailand and the Philippines for about three years. He was too young to remember much of that experience but his parents filled him in as he got older.