West Valley Preps
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A near-record tally in player of the week voting saw four players garner more than 1,000 votes, and two defensive players duel for honors. In all, 12,736 votes were cast for Week 3. Mountain … more
PEORIA — Centennial Coyotes fans got their first Glimpse at a talented, young quarterback on Friday night at Coyotes Field. more
Games played Oct. 23 unless otherwise noted. more
After three weeks of football, the Glendale Prep Griffins found themselves with the best overall record in the 2A Agua Fria section at 2-1. The team is clicking on all cylinders leading up to the … more
The statewide wave of COVID-related high school football game cancellations and changes hit the West Valley in earnest this week. more
The smallest school West Valley Preps covers had by far the biggest impact in the second week of player of the week voting. more
Games played  Oct. 16 unless otherwise noted. more
In many ways it was a typical Liberty vs Sunrise Mountain football thriller - 43 second-half points and four lead changes in the final 14 minutes. But this rendition saw some role reversals as Sunrise Mountain came from behind for the 37-33 win. more
The following West Valley area high school seniors have signed a letter of intent or made a verbal commitment to the following college programs. more
“Never commit to a coach,” is as well-worn axiom on the college recruiting trail. But for a swimmer who feels comfortable with a university coach, it is hard not to follow said coach to USC. more
The Cactus Cobras were definitely tired of all the noise -- their own. The team came up flat in a disappointing season opener last week in which, admittedly, they came in with too much swagger. They went quiet. And then things got loud. more
Games played  Oct. 2 unless otherwise noted. more
An undermanned Mountain Ridge girls volleyball team grabbed momentum and a 9-4 lead in the second set of its away match Oct. 6. But a young Liberty team quickly dashed the Mountain Lions' hopes. more
PEORIA — There was a lot of “new” on Friday night at Liberty High School. A new prep football season. A new and different game atmosphere until COVID-19 regulations. And a new … more
For a very young offense led by a sophomore quarterback and missing a couple weapons, Cactus had no trouble moving the ball down the field in the first half. But the home team finished only one of those drives ended in the end zone. more
Games played  Oct. 2 unless otherwise noted. more
Despite a break from March until July due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Glendale Prep football program found a new way to continue the necessary offseason training. more
There was every reason for Millennium  volleyball to run out of gas in the third set of its Sept. 24 match against visiting Sunrise Mountain. It was the Tigers 12th set of play in three … more
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