Aztecs appear headed toward upswing

After being on top with three straight state championship seasons to their credit, it’s been and up and down year for the Aztecs and new head coach Neil MacDonald.

Big question mark facing Aztecs next year: How to replace star Contes

After easily defeating Mesquite 42-17 on Oct. 19, the Corona del Sol Aztecs were hammered 52-7 in their last game of the season by...

14 returning wrestlers at Corona; Marcos’ coach Moro honored

The Aztecs are poised to have a great season, bolstered by the return of 14 wrestlers, four who placed at state last year and three more who qualified for state last season, as well as the addition of five transfer wrestlers with loads of experience,

Aztec team shines so far despite lack of seasoned players

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.

All-City Sports Notebook

After both boys and girls teams won the City Tennis Meet that ended April 1—and with both undefeated in their regular season matching—Corona’s tennis...

Common goals give team its staying power

A team can be defined as a gathering or joining together in a cooperative effort toward a common goal. Tempe Thunder is a 13-and-under...

Lacrosse gains fans, players as recognition spreads

Leaders of the Aztec Lacrosse Club are starting to see results from their nearly 14 years of determination to bring wider recognition to the sport, as well as a new generation of devotees.

A much needed game changer for college football

Few moments in sports history go down as game changers. In 1921 a Pittsburgh radio station, KDKA, broadcast the first-ever sporting event on radio. It...

New head VB coach holds optimistic view

The Aztecs’ boys volleyball team, with a new head coach, Geoffrey Horewitch, are in the midst of region play, hoping to keep their state playoff hopes alive among Division I Arizona High School teams with a 9-7 record as of April 13.

Fortune seems to smile on track & field

Over the past four years and especially since winning the DI state championship in 2014, Corona has strived to continue its legacy of providing a quality track and field program that attracts all kinds of athletes who want to be a part of the Aztec team.
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