AIA cancels high school winter sports amid increasing COVID-19 cases

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The Arizona Interscholastic Association, the governing body of high school sports in the state, on Friday announced that it has canceled the winter sports season after twice moving back the starting date due to increasing cases of COVID-19.

Commentary: Nonprofits, local businesses need our holiday help

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As a longtime resident of south Tempe, it is no secret that I am a frequent shopper and diner at our great local establishments.

I have never seen a player change an entire program like Swearingen has

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Jon Ladd of Tempe writes that he never has seen one player turn around a high school football program the way senior quarterback Quade Swearingen has at Corona del Sol.

Corona in elite Open Division playoffs

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After Corona del Sol High finished the regular-season a perfect 8-0, the Aztecs were among eight teams awarded berths in the Arizona Open Division football playoffs.

2 area high school football teams make playoffs; another on verge

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Undefeated Corona del Sol can celebrate a likely Open Division or 6A high school football playoff berth, while Marcos de Niza (4A) and Valley Christian (3A) already have made their respective play-in brackets in a banner year for South Tempe-West Chandler teams.

End of long football relationship must wait for 4 Marcos de Niza seniors

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Football has united the families of four Marcos de Niza High senior football players, who've played together on the same teams for 11 years.

6-0! Undefeated Corona del Sol on verge of 6A football playoff berth

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Undefeated start has Corona del Sol High's football team on verge of 6A football playoffs.

Dignity neurologist: Concussion awareness vital as kids pursue hockey

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By Michelle Hirsch Ice is cold, but hockey is hot, and the sport is growing despite the risk of concussion. USA Hockey reports player memberships in Arizona...

How Tempe Union cracked the Mountain Pointe Molegate Scandal

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After the Tempe Union High School District officially fired former Mountain Pointe coach Justin Hager with cause on Wednesday for leaking game plans to Pride football and basketball opponents, the district allowed Pride football coach Rich Wellbrock to speak publicly about it for the first time.

Tempe Union board votes 4-0 to dismiss coach who leaked confidential info

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When the story broke, it left many shocked and dumbfounded.
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