As final minutes of basketball games go, Jayden Eggleston’s last minute on Tuesday is pretty difficult to top.
With her team leading by 38 points less than two minutes into the third quarter Monday, Centennial girls basketball coach Karen Weitz sent five subsitutes to the scorer’s table.
Cimarron-Memorial’s wrestling team captured the title in its own Spartan Duals tournament on Monday.
Canyon Springs’ girls basketball team would have done just about anything to shave the last three minutes off of its second game Saturday.
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It’s not often that a team that loses in the semifinals finds a way to win a tournament.
Green Valley boys basketball coach Lorenzo Jarvis was asked what he was most proud of Saturday, and his answer consisted of six sentences. In that span, Jarvis used the word “fight” five times.
John Lessner and Hunter Brown each won an individual title Saturday to help Centennial’s wrestling team to a seventh-place finish in the Las Vegas Holiday Classic at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
Palo Verde’s boys basketball team already had played two games this week, so coach Paul Sanchez was a bit apprehensive about his team heading into its opener in the Foothill Holiday Classic on Friday.
Palo Verde coach Scott Nemchek remembers wrestler Josh Pine sitting in the stands at Centennial High last season, watching volunteers roll up the mats after the Sunset Regional Tournament. Nemchek said Pine looked straight ahead with a menacing glare, prompting him to sit next to his beleaguered grappler and ask him his thoughts at that moment.