Sports Notebook with Alex Zener

Members of Corona’s girls soccer team, currently ranked No. 16, has several matches in January to improve the team’s rankings before 2018 6A Soccer Conference Play-In Tournament on Jan. 25.

High school athletes recognized in annual fall All City awards

Corona athletes honored were Stephanie Kennedy and Kasey Kiefer for volleyball, Sam Radford, Aaron Simons and James Contes for football, Nathan Rodriquez for cross...

Lady golfers score surprise ranking in state 5A-1 tourney

With only two returning golfers from last season, Corona’s girls golf team was not expected to be in the mix at the 5A-I state...

Player’s-eye view: ‘The best versus the best’

Andrus Peat has been invited to play in the fifth annual Under Armour All-American Bowl Jan. 5 at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla....

For Little Leaguers, a dream come true

Most kids, no matter how tall, short, big or small, have dreamed at least once in their lives about making it to the big...

Nine returnees boost likelihood of a winning volleyball season for Aztecs

Corona’s boys volleyball program has the chance for a winning season with nine returning players, many who played club volleyball in the off season, and several talented young new players who joined the team Geoffrey Horewitch’s second season as head coach.

Aztecs pay tribute to top coaches, athletes

Feb. 6 is the Saturday where the local high school wrestlers compete in sectional tournaments to determine who qualifies to compete in the individual state championship tournaments and who watches from the sidelines.

McClintock grad, former MLS pro, takes his passion to new heights coaching kids

Andrew Weber is adjusting to the cards he’s been dealt. In that process, he’s developed a negative into a huge positive.
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Tempe High school athletes tackle a new challenge: Helping kids learn to read

Reading is the foundation of any well-rounded education. For some fortunate kids, reading is a joy they embrace at school each day. For others their...

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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