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The 3A girls’ basketball conference is currently being led by two Eastside Tucson teams, with #1 Tanque Verde and #2 Sabino atop the power poll rankings. The top-seeded Hawks are led by Speed School athletes Nikya Orange, Emma Morriss, Kailee Cullinan, Ella Berg, and Sydney Renteria.... Read More
Speed School athlete and two-way Salpointe star Mario Padilla will be a Wildcat next year, head coach Kevin Sumlin and the UA staff announced last week. The 2018 Southern Arizona Athlete of the Year as named by AllSportsTucson, he will graduate from Salpointe this spring... Read More
An annual tradition, Arizona Daily Star sportswriter Greg Hansen has named his Top 100 Sports Figures of 2018, and this year’s list includes three Desert Speed School athletes. Tennis stars Yash and Harsh Parikh made the list, with Yash winning 14 NCAA games as a freshman and Harsh achieving... Read More
Desert Speed School athlete Colin Dreis recently signed a letter of intent to continue at the collegiate level with the University of Montana. Dreis, a Salpointe lineman, was an All Southern-Arizona 1st-team member who was instrumental to the Lancers’ postseason runs each of the last... Read More