Corona del Sol Aztec Lacrosse

The Corona del Sol Aztec lacrosse team finished the season with a 9-4 record, giving it a third place standing in the Arizona Youth...

Sports Notebook

February shapes up one of the year’s busiest for Corona’s athletes, with the winter sports teams starting postseason action and the spring sports teams...

Feelings of accomplishment overshadow Padres’ loss of championship football title

In the final minutes of the Arizona 5A Division II Championship, when it was painfully clear that Marco de Niza’s hopes of the school...

Setting himself apart from the masses of baseball-career hopefuls, young athlete is determined to...

Pete Lelich has a dream. Like most young adults who have just finished high school, his ambition is to further his education, become a...

Marcos, KMS alum gets her break after being cast in collegiate drama

Maybe it isn’t quite as mythic as getting spotted at the counter at Schwab’s, but Emilie Doering still has a pretty good story about...

Sports Notebook: Wrestlers prep for a chance to win national team honors

Five Corona wrestlers have been training non-stop for the past two weeks as part of an elite group of athletes on the Arizona National...

Eight from Corona recognized at latest collegiate-sport signings

Eight students at Corona del Sol High School have signed letters of intent to play collegiate sports next year.

Aztecs face perennial foe DV as season unfolds

Corona’s boys track team hopes to defend its DI State Championship this spring, returning 120 competitors out of the current 200 participating in track...

For Marcos, an early season loss is vindicated

Marcos de Niza's Padres varsity football time, which lost its first game of the 2015-16 season 24-12 to Mountain Pointe, took its vengeance out on neighboring McClintock High School a week later with a dominating 49-7 win.

Gatorade’s Player of Year for a second time around. Gulp!

Brooke Nuneviller seems to be able to do it all.
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