Spectators will not be allowed for the start of 2021 Arizona high school winter sports season.
Enter digitized health care databases. Leading the way is PRIVIT, which doubles as a medical eligibility forms platform that caters to K-12 school districts, college and university athletic departments and professional and developmental sports organizations.
The sight can be jarring: As a runner’s graceful stride brings her closer, her face comes into focus.
A decision by the Phoenix City Council to cancel all sports tournaments through February divided a youth sports community and left organizers scrambling for solutions.
When Arizona Schools Superintendent Kathy Hoffman said at a recent press conference that “two high school coaches have lost their lives to COVID-19,” it rattled a local sports community that largely felt immune to the disease.
As high schools transition from fall to winter sports, Brophy Prep is left to reflect on a season that ended abruptly.
For just about every play the Mingus Union football team faced in 2020, Drew Meyer was on the field.
Thanks to COVID-19, Camp Verde’s varsity played three football games this season.
With the number of COVID-19 cases surging in Arizona, the football season for Tucson schools came to an abrupt end this week.
During Kellen Mills’ journey from college football to the construction industry, he made a pit stop that changed his life.
Nathan Wright scored three touchdowns and had nearly 200 yards rushing, Cody Leopold had two scores and the No. 13-ranked Prescott football team stretched their winning streak to four with a thrilling 43-35 win over rival Mingus on Friday night.
Mingus Union first-year coach Mike Madore was presented the championship plaque for the girl’s golf team winning Division 2, Section 5 team category for the 2020 season at the Arizona State tournament this week.
Saving your best for last was the theme of the day for the Mingus Union cross country delegation competing in Thursday’s state championship race.
Six Mingus Union swimmers qualified for Division 3 Arizona High School State Swimming Championships, held Saturday at Phoenix Country Day Pool in Paradise Valley.
Mingus sophomores Cesar Diaz, Makena Bliss and Maisie Babcock, and junior Aubrey Peterson all took the next step to the Nov. 12 state championship race in Thursday’s Division 3 North Sectional Championships at Rose Mofford Park.
Wednesday, the Camp Verde boys soccer team’s season came to an end with a 4-0 loss at Snowflake in the first round of the AIA State Boys Soccer Championships, 2A Conference.
The Mingus Union volleyball team (2-10) lost 3-0, at Flagstaff on Tuesday, Oct. 28, and on Saturday, Oct. 31, they lost to Lee Williams, 25-19, 25-13 and 25-16.
The six Mingus Union swimmers headed to the state championships this year took advantage of their one chance to become 2020 state qualifiers.
At 5 p.m. Wednesday, Camp Verde boys soccer faces Snowflake in the first round of the 2020 AIA State Boys Soccer Championships.
Coming off of a tough road loss, the Mingus Union football team faces one of its tougher challenges as they prep for their last home game of 2020.