Sports: Aztec softball ‘on fire’

Corona’s softball team has started the 2019 season on fire with a 6-0 winning streak outscoring their opponents 64-19. Returning players from last season’s 25-9...

Memories of a champion: Jarret Givens, then and now

Two members of Corona’s 2014 AIA Boys Basketball Division I State Championship team are currently taking advantage of the same NCAA graduate transfer rule...

Navy skills find a new role in training athletes

By Luke Ottinger In this day and age we find ourselves saying “they’re just kids,” but for one local organization, expectations are elevated to the...

Aztec wrestlers rebuilding: Underclassmen face challenge following departure of seniors

After winning the 2017 AIA Division I State Championship and then finishing fourth in 2018, the Aztec wrestling program, with only five returning starters,...

10-year drought in badminton season finally ends with Aztecs nearing state championships

It has been 10 years since Corona’s badminton team had a 17-1 regular season record and were crowned the 2008 5A State Champions.

Aztec girls volleyball shaping up as a possible contender, despite last year’s loss of...

“Mady Noble is a tremendous leader, both on and off the court,” said Maxfield. “She is a hard worker who, at the same time, plays in a very calm manner during matches. She can keep everyone relaxed when things get crazy.”

Aztecs bounce back after opener’s loss with a 19-14 win

The Aztecs bounced back with a 19-14 win over Mountain Ridge on Aug. 24. The Buffaloes have high hopes for this season with the return of their “pro-style” senior quarterback Nathan Clayton.

Seeing teens do what they love adds reward to coach’s career

You might even say they hit it out of the ballpark when they took part in the National Baseball Congress’ 84thannual World Series during July and August.

Sports awards again pay tribute to Arizona’s best young athletes

Corona del Sol's Brooke Nuneviller was named the Girls Athlete of the Year at the azcentral Sports Awards show held June 10 at ASU Gammage.

Team gallops off to PONY nationals; Pearsall, Peat contemplate new roles

Twelve young 10 to 11-year-old baseball players make up the 2018 Chandler All Star team chosen to represent Chandler Youth Baseball in the PONY National League tournament to be held July 18-22 in Walnut, Calif.
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