As reported by AllSportsTucson, Desert Speed School athlete Tyson Dobbins was recently honored for hitting the 1,000 point mark for his high school career. Only a sophomore, the Desert Christian guard is one of the area leaders in scoring with a 19.8/game average, good enough for 6th overall in Southern Arizona.
Five Desert Speed School athletes are among the area leaders in scoring as the high school basketball regular season nears the end, as reported by AllSportsTucson. Players include: GIRLS Leila O’Dowd, Rincon/UHS – 2nd (22.6/game) Clara-Mae Hrouch, Catalina Foothills – 6th (18.7/game) BOYS Tyson Dobbins, Desert Christian – 6th (19.8/game) … Read More
The 20th Annual MLK Classic took place earlier this week at McKale Center, with three Desert Speed School-led teams in action on the University of Arizona home court. Desert Christian sophomore guard Tyson Dobbins led his Eagles team with 16 points in a 53-39 win over Benson. DCHS is currently ranked #3 … Read More
Desert Speed School athlete Andrew Edwards was recently highlighted by Arizona Daily Star sportswriter Greg Hansen in his weekly Sunday roundup. Edwards, a left-handed pitcher who was part of the dominant Desert Christian state championship teams, is one of seven local C’2014 players still playing professionally. Playing in the Mets organization, … Read More
As reported by Andy Morales, Mountain View volleyball rallied for a big tournament win last week, taking the championship of the Flowing Wells Invite. Desert Speed School athlete Destiny Pundt was named to the All-Tournament Team for Mountain View. In the Blue Bracket, Desert Speed School athlete Carly Crawford helped lead her Desert … Read More
Desert Speed School athlete and former Desert Christian softball standout Taylor Radtke was recently honored by the softball coaches association for her academic accomplishments. Radtke was among 17 local athletes now playing at the collegiate level who earned NFCA All-American Scholar Athlete recognition. Full list…