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...
The Aztec track and field program has two new head coaches this season.
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.
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.
Corona DI state championship wrestling team is doing more than working hard in the offseason to be ready when the official school season starts later this fall: They were hard at work last Saturday washing cars to help raise money for their team.
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.
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.
Corona’s girls JV softball team had a recordsetting year with an undefeated 18-0 season. Even more remarkable is the ages of the players on the team with seven freshman having prominent roles.
Brooke Nuneviller and Mady Noble, two of Corona’s best indoor volleyball players, played together to win the first Division I State Beach Volleyball Championship Pairs title on May 10 at Mesquite High School.
“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.”