The United States Disabled Open, which aims to provide a PGA Tour-like atmosphere for disabled golfers, is descending upon Mesa for its third-ever tournament in May.
Mesa High School’s boys basketball team is on the verge of one of its best seasons in program history, as the Jackrabbits currently find themselves near the top of the 6A Conference standings.
Since David DiComenico took over the Mesa High School wrestling program as head coach seven years ago, it’s a position he has cherished.
Football legend Donovan McNabb wants to improve the lives of college and high school quarterbacks. Through the nonprofit QB Legacy, the Queen Creek resident prepares the athletes for life after football, the ups and downs of the game and how to handle adversity and success.
Desert Ridge senior Joe Kisting stood across the wrestling mat from the Mesa High School wrestling program, not aware of what would happen after the meeting between captains for the dual match between both schools.
Roy Lopez, who stepped down as Tolleson head football coach following the 2020, has been hired to take over the Desert Ridge program.
Just days after voting to cancel the winter sports season amid the surge in COVID-19, the Arizona Interscholastic Association Executive Board voted reversed its decision Jan. 12.
The Arizona Interscholastic Association is pushing back the winter sports season for a second time, moving from a Jan. 5 to Jan. 18 start.
The 2020 high school football season is nearing its conclusion – a feat many might deem incredible given the uncertain circumstances the pandemic created.
Two local golf advocates from Scottsdale and Gilbert have been elected into office for the Professional Golf Association of America, the world’s most prestigious organization for the classic game.