McCormick Ranch Little League dominate district, advance to state

The All-Star team from McCormick Ranch Little League defeated Arcadia Little League 5-4 Monday, July 1 to complete a two-game sweep in the team’s [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Schools completes racial discrimination investigation at Arcadia

Scottsdale Unified School District completed its investigation into alleged racial discrimination from Arcadia High School basketball coaches, [...] Continue Reading →

Breaking Barriers: Barrett to lead men, women golf at Ottawa Arizona

Barriers are breaking at Ottawa University Arizona, and standing at the epicenter is Scottsdale resident Tina Barrett. Surprise-based OUAZ [...] Continue Reading →

Desert Mountain quarterback invited to showcase in Florida

Pierce Nielsen, a sophomore at Desert Mountain High School, earned an invitation to the TB12 QB Challenge and THE SHOW by NextGen in Florida. [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Active 20/30 Foundation provides grant to support Ability360 Center programs for children

“We know that sports matter, that they are a bridge to independence and can help children overcome trauma that may be associated with an injury [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale residents qualify for U.S. Junior Amateur

Scottsdale residents Mason Quagliata and Mason Domecq qualified to play in the 2019 U.S. Junior Amateur slated for July 15-20 at Inverness Club [...] Continue Reading →

Reinstated: Arcadia rehires Kerry Taylor as head football coach

Recently-dismissed Kerry Taylor will return to coach the Arcadia High School football team after nearly two weeks of uncertainty, public outrage [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Prep’s Duane Ediger named AD of the Year

Great Hearts Academies announced Duane Ediger, athletic director at Scottsdale Preparatory Academy, was voted Athletic Director of the Year for [...] Continue Reading →

Southwestern Amateur slated for Desert Mountain Club

The 104th annual Southwestern Amateur, an event for top-ranked amateurs, is scheduled June 12-15 on the par 70, 6,883-yard Jack Nicklaus [...] Continue Reading →

Stand-up amputee basketball tournament slated for July

The Cactus Classic, America’s only 3-on-3 stand-up amputee basketball tournament, will close out the fifth annual weekend event by shifting from [...] Continue Reading →