Tempe Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Tempe, AZ
  • 19 hrs ago | via The Arizona Republic 

    Gilbert Christian hoops star Mitch Lightfoot reopens...

    Gilbert Christian hoops star Mitch Lightfoot reopens his recruiting Gilbert Christian forward Mitch Lightfoot, a top 2016 basketball recruit, has decommitted from New Mexico Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1G2B3IJ Gilbert Christian's Mitch Lightfoot gets a slam dunk against Arcadia in their Division II boys basketball championship game Monday, March 2, 2015 in Glendale. Mitch Lightfoot, a 6-foot-9 junior forward who helped Gilbert Christian capture the Division II boys basketball state championship last season, has reopened his recruiting, coach Kurt Keener said.

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  • Thursday | via The Arizona Republic 

    Bordow: Brittain in last season at Tempe Prep?

    Longtime Tempe Prep football coach Tommy Brittain may be about to coach his final season at the school. The reason: His faith runs counter to school policy.

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  • Wednesday Apr 15 | via The Arizona Republic 

    Bordow: Wishing Howard would have stayed

    Bordow: Wishing Markus Howard would have stayed at Perry Athletes should value high school state championships over mythical national championships. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1yw6T0F Perry High guard Markus Howard is guarded by Corona del Sol High guard Alex Barcello in Gilbert on Feb. 2, 2015 I first heard the rumor during Markus Howard's freshman season at Gilbert Perry.

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  • Monday Apr 13 | via The Arizona Republic 

    Bordow: Duane leaves as a pro, personal winner

    Bordow: Sam Duane leaves a winner, professionally and personally Taking Duane at his word that sometimes it's just time to step away. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1ypiLSc I'm trying to think of the word that best sums up my immediate reaction to the news that Sam Duane Jr. has stepped down as Tempe Corona del Sol's boys basketball coach.

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  • Monday Apr 13 | via The Arizona Republic 

    Sam Duane Jr. resigns as Corona del Sol basketball c...

    Sam Duane Jr. resigns as Corona del Sol basketball coach After four straight state championships, Duane says in a statement he is stepping down to pursue an administrative certificate. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1FOpxjQ Sam Duane Jr., less than week after being named the National Coach of the Year by MaxPreps.com, announced Monday that he is resigning as head boys basketball coach at Tempe Corona del Sol, where he was in the midst of a dynasty.

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  • Monday Apr 13 | via ABC15.com 

    Well-known Tempe HS basketball coach resigns

    Corona Del Sol High School's head basketball coach has chosen to step down after 12 years of coaching to dedicate more time to his family, according to the school district. Sam Duane Jr., who led the Corona Aztecs to multiple state championships during his time as coach, announced his resignation Monday in a statement released by the Tempe Union High School District.

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  • Friday Apr 10 | via The Arizona Republic 

    Bagley III named CBS Max Preps All-American

    Corona del Sol's Marvin Bagley III becomes 1st freshman ever to be named to CBS MaxPreps All-American team Corona del Sol's Marvin Bagley III becomes 1st freshman ever to be named to CBS MaxPreps All-American team Corona del Sol's Marvin Bagley III becomes 1st freshman ever to be named to CBS MaxPreps All-American team Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1FI618C Corona del Sol's Marvin Bagley III becomes 1st freshman ever to be named to CBS MaxPreps All-American team All-Arizona boys basketball player Marvin Bagley III of Corona del Sol was named a CBS Max Preps All-American.

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  • Thursday Apr 9 | via The Arizona Republic 

    Corona Del Sol baseball tops Desert Vista during Cha...

    Corona Del Sol baseball tops Desert Vista during Chase Field trip It doesn't get much better than playing baseball in Arizona in April. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1yhN4tM Corona del Sol pitcher #16 Eric Schwalbe throws to first during High School Baseball at Chase Field in Phoenix against Desert Vista on April 9, 2015 Especially if you get to play at Chase Field like Phoenix Desert Vista and No.

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  • Thursday Apr 9 | via The Daily Courier 

    Embry-Riddle men's hoops signs first players for ina...

    Over the past few days, from Monday, April 6, through Wednesday, April 8, Eagles coach Eric Fundalewicz signed his first three players to letters of intent. Northern Arizona University transfer and former Prescott High shooting guard Jaran Hoover, Tempe Marcos de Niza forward Sean Wood, and Gilbert High point guard Nick Agostino will head to ERAU's Prescott campus off Willow Creek Road later this year.

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  • Wednesday Apr 8 | via The Arizona Republic 

    Corona del Sol boys basketball team honored by MaxPreps

    Corona del Sol was given the Minuteman Trophy for being one of the top 50 boys basketball teams in the country by MaxPreps.com. Corona del Sol boys basketball team honored by MaxPreps Corona del Sol was given the Minuteman Trophy for being one of the top 50 boys basketball teams in the country by MaxPreps.com.

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  • Wednesday Apr 8 | via The Arizona Republic 

    Duane Jr. MaxPreps National Coach of the Year

    Corona del Sol's Sam Duane Jr. MaxPreps National Coach of the Year Sam Duane Jr. honored as National Coach of the Year by MaxPreps.com. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1ycZUtu Sam Duane Jr., who has led Tempe Corona del Sol to a 127-7 record and four consecutive Division I championships during this dynasty run, has been chosen by MaxPreps.com as the National Boys Basketball Coach of the Year.

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  • Thursday Apr 2 | via The Arizona Republic 

    Boivin: NCAA noticing Valley's talent pool

    No players from the state are playing in the Final Four, but a wave of talent coming from the state could be coming to college rosters soon. Boivin: NCAA taking notice of Valley's talent pool No players from the state are playing in the Final Four, but a wave of talent coming from the state could be coming to college rosters soon.

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Tempe High Schools

Compadre High School (500 W Guadalupe Road)
Corona Del Sol High School (1001 E Knox Road)
Humanities And Science High School (1105 E Broadway Road)
Humanities And Sciences Academy Arizona (1105 E Broadway Road)
Learning Crossroads Basic Academy (1130 West 23rd Street)