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.
Soccer heats up
Corona del Sol’s defending Division I state championship wrestling team spent the second half of the season competing in three tournaments to gain valuable match experience for the upcoming sectionals which ultimately will determine which wrestlers qualify to wrestle in the state tournament Feb. 8-9.
Brooke Nuneviller seems to be able to do it all.
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.
Photos by Billy Hardiman The Bruins went down 35-17, but not without a fight (middle), and fans at the day-after- Christmas game sported hoodies and sweatshirts...
As we take our first steps into the new year, it’s hard not to look back on all the ups and downs that we endured in 2017.
Although the Aztecs have several strong performers in their current wrestling program, it may be challenging for the defending Division I state championship team to repeat in 2018 after losing more than two-thirds of their state medalists to graduation when Division I is predicted to be extremely competitive this season.
Excitement builds as new players, wins lead Aztecs’ 2017-18 basketball season to a promising start
Soccer is appearing in all shapes and sizes around the community these days. Literally.