Sunday, the Star honors 497 of Southern Arizona's best athletes in fall sports.
These high school students were chosen at the Star's athletes of the year for the 2015 fall sports.
What he did: Fail was Southern Arizona’s lone champion at the Division I state meet as he placed first in the 500-yard freestyle in 4 minutes, 26.68 seconds, and was third in the 200 free in 1:39.96. The junior was also part of Foothills’ 200 medley relay team which placed seventh in 1:39.47…
What she did: Nations, the Star’s girls swimmer of the year in 2014, turned in another impressive season by capturing two individual titles and having a hand in a relay championship. The Arizona Wildcats commit repeated as the 100-yard backstroke champion in 56.7 seconds and won the 100 fly …
UA commit Nations wins two events, anchors relay team to a gold medal.
The two-day event opens Friday morning in Mesa.
Rincon/University won 11 events at the meet honoring its former coach.
Here's a look at the Star's boys swimmers of the year since 1999.
Here's a look at the Star's girls swimmers of the year since 1999.
The Falcons won the combined team championship at Saturday's High School Classic.
The junior hopes to keep the Falcons strong in Division I.
The Star's 2014 swimmer of the year has Sabino in the hunt for a state crown.
Catalina Foothills recorded a big victory over Tucson Cholla 65-40 in Arizona girls basketball action on February 3.
Douglas stomped on Tucson Mica Mountain 75-45 in an Arizona girls basketball matchup.
Safford pushed past Tucson Sabino for a 66-47 win in an Arizona girls basketball matchup on February 3.
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