The Aztec track and field program has two new head coaches this season.
Baseball is back, and Tempe Diablo Stadium will host the Los Angeles Angels for another season of spring training. This season boasts matchups against the...
Corona del Sol’s defending Division I state championship wrestling team spent the second half of the season competing in three tournaments to gain valuable match experience for the upcoming sectionals which ultimately will determine which wrestlers qualify to wrestle in the state tournament Feb. 8-9.
Although the Aztecs have several strong performers in their current wrestling program, it may be challenging for the defending Division I state championship team to repeat in 2018 after losing more than two-thirds of their state medalists to graduation when Division I is predicted to be extremely competitive this season.
After losing 13 seniors to graduation and only returning seven players from last season’s team, it was assumed that this spring would most like be a rebuilding year for Corona’s baseball program. Wait--not so fast.
Athletes from Tempe area high schools were honored at the annual Tempe All-City Winter Banquet, March 27, including student athletes from Tempe, McClintock, Marcos de Niza and Corona.
For Ryan Flood, an Aztec ’17 graduate and top varsity soccer player, kicking a ball around on the field has always come easy. Almost too easy.
Eight students at Corona del Sol High School have signed letters of intent to play collegiate sports next year.
Brooke Nuneviller seems to be able to do it all.
Soccer is appearing in all shapes and sizes around the community these days. Literally.