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Sunrise Mountain High School junior Logan Rhodes and her badminton partner, senior Ellie Goodrich, dominated the doubles team from Tempe High School on September 25 to help lead the Mustangs to victory.

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Commonly, the Centennial football team is part of a blowout; it is just usually on the winning side. A 71-21 home loss to Mater Dei on September 6, the defending consensus high school football national champion from Santa Ana, California, was a unique experience for Coyote fans and players alike.

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The Centennial Coyote football team is no stranger to big games against major competition — both in and out of Arizona — but a September 6 game against Mater Dei from Santa Ana, California, might be its toughest challenge in recent memory.

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The story is the same as usual for Sunrise Mountain football this season. The Mustangs are coming off a winning season in which they made the playoffs — as they have since coach Steve Decker took the program over in 2016 — and are rebuilt to try to do it again in 2019.

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Reinventing classic, Mexican seafood dishes is a craft Los Arbolitos de Cajeme has mastered over its 31 years in operation. With dishes like Camarón Sonora — shrimp sauteed in pico de gallo chile and a Sonora house cream; and Pulpo a Las Brasas — grilled, seasoned octopus — the Mexican chain…

Sunday, August 11, 2019

A group of around 15 amateur golfers — members of the West Valley AZ Mediocre Golf Association — talked trash, hung out and even took a few swings at Valley Golf Center in Avondale on a Thursday night after work. The local chapter of the nationwide association calls their weekly outings “church.”

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Over 100 high school basketball players crowded into the PHHacility, a Phoenix-based basketball complex, for the third annual Southwest All-American Basketball Camp from July 23 through July 24 with a chance to show off their skills in front of over 40 confirmed college basketball coaches an…

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A group of players, drinking newly bought sports drinks and typical high school stadium food like hot dogs and candy due to a lack of other options, crowded both hoops to take a precious few warm-up shots while the teams actually using a high school’s lone basketball court for their summer g…

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There was a notable energy at Ironwood High School’s spring football game on May 17, as first-year coach Chris Rizzo was cheering and running around the field as much as the players looking to secure their roster spots.

Thursday, May 23, 2019

The scoreboard showed Salpointe Catholic softball’s 6-5 extra-innings win in the 2019 AIA Softball 4A State Championship game. The Lancers celebrated Hillenbrand Stadium at The University of Arizona and hoisted the trophy for the second time in as many years. But, their opponent, Cactus High…

Cactus High football held its spring practices in May, and the Cobra players and coaches were excited to finally take the field again in hopes of a successful summer and regular season in the fall.

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