TEHRAN THOMAS, right, of Desert Edge holds the ball out in front of running back Rocky Perez Aug. 20 in the Scorpions’ season opener. Perez had 18 carries for 76 yards, while Thomas carried 18 times for 104 yards and two touchdowns. Desert Edge beat Centennial 26-24. View photo by Mike Rincon
TEHRAN THOMAS, right, of Desert Edge holds the ball out in front of running back Rocky Perez Aug. 20 in the Scorpions’ season opener. Perez had 18 carries for 76 yards, while Thomas carried 18 times for 104 yards and two touchdowns. Desert Edge beat Centennial 26-24. View photo by Mike Rincon
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Desert Edge makes impression in jump to 5A Desert Edge passed its first test in 5A, and it was a big one. The Scorpions beat defending Division I champion Peoria Centennial 26-24 Aug. 20 at Coconino High School in Flagstaff. The game was played there as part of the Sollenberger Classic. Desert... + continue reading
RASHAD GRIFFIS, 5, of Youngker rushes the ball Aug. 19 while being chased by Dysart’s Holden Holyoak. The Roughriders lost their season opener 39-17 to the Demons.  View photo by Jordan Christopher
RASHAD GRIFFIS, 5, of Youngker rushes the ball Aug. 19 while being chased by Dysart’s Holden Holyoak. The Roughriders lost their season opener 39-17 to the Demons. View photo by Jordan Christopher
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Youngker can't overcome costly turnovers, falls to Dysart by Rafael Alvarez special to the View Youngker opened up its season at home against El Mirage Dysart, and while the Roughriders started off strong, the Demons would eventually cool them down, defeating Youngker 39-17. Running backs... + continue reading
JA’TAI JENKINS, 1, of Verrado jumps through the Paradise Valley defense Aug. 19 while extending his arm to fend off Patrick Long. Jenkins rushed for 116 yards and three touchdowns against the Trojans, as the Vipers cruised to a 68-6 victory in the season opener. View photo by Mike Rincon
JA’TAI JENKINS, 1, of Verrado jumps through the Paradise Valley defense Aug. 19 while extending his arm to fend off Patrick Long. Jenkins rushed for 116 yards and three touchdowns against the Trojans, as the Vipers cruised to a 68-6 victory in the season opener. View photo by Mike Rincon
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Vipers overcome early mistakes, roll to victory It was very apparent Verrado was playing its season opener Aug. 19. Yellow hankies all over the field told that story. Fortunately for the Vipers, they were able to shake off enough of the rust in order to win, and win big. Verrado’s defense... + continue reading
J.J. GAYLES of Millennium holds a blocking pad during an Aug. 17 practice. Gayles was the Tigers’ leading rusher last year, gaining 1,296 yards while scoring 13 touchdowns. Millennium opens the season Friday at Perry.  View photo by Ray Thomas
J.J. GAYLES of Millennium holds a blocking pad during an Aug. 17 practice. Gayles was the Tigers’ leading rusher last year, gaining 1,296 yards while scoring 13 touchdowns. Millennium opens the season Friday at Perry. View photo by Ray Thomas
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Millennium football seeks to improve fortune in 2016 For Millennium’s football team, intensity is the name of the game under new coach James Carter. “I would say it’s really been a test,” wide receiver Aidan Diggs said. “We’ve been pushing the limits in... + continue reading
ETHAN ALLEN, right, of Buckeye holds up a defender Aug. 16 during practice. Allen is one of three returning starters on the offensive line for the Hawks.  View photo by Ray Thomas
ETHAN ALLEN, right, of Buckeye holds up a defender Aug. 16 during practice. Allen is one of three returning starters on the offensive line for the Hawks. View photo by Ray Thomas
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Buckeye loads up schedule despite inexperience Buckeye’s strength of schedule each of the past two seasons hasn’t done it any favors. The Hawks went 8-2 during the regular season in coach Kelley Moore’s first year, 2014, but all that got them was a No. 15 seed and an eventual... + continue reading
TEHRAN THOMAS, right, of Desert Edge holds the ball out in front of running back Rocky Perez Aug. 20 in the Scorpions’ season opener. Perez had 18 carries for 76 yards, while Thomas carried 18 times for 104 yards and two touchdowns. Desert Edge beat Centennial 26-24. View photo by Mike Rincon
TEHRAN THOMAS, right, of Desert Edge holds the ball out in front of running back Rocky Perez Aug. 20 in the Scorpions’ season opener. Perez had 18 carries for 76 yards, while Thomas carried 18 times for 104 yards and two touchdowns. Desert Edge beat Centennial 26-24. View photo by Mike Rincon
RASHAD GRIFFIS, 5, of Youngker rushes the ball Aug. 19 while being chased by Dysart’s Holden Holyoak. The Roughriders lost their season opener 39-17 to the Demons.  View photo by Jordan Christopher
RASHAD GRIFFIS, 5, of Youngker rushes the ball Aug. 19 while being chased by Dysart’s Holden Holyoak. The Roughriders lost their season opener 39-17 to the Demons. View photo by Jordan Christopher
JA’TAI JENKINS, 1, of Verrado jumps through the Paradise Valley defense Aug. 19 while extending his arm to fend off Patrick Long. Jenkins rushed for 116 yards and three touchdowns against the Trojans, as the Vipers cruised to a 68-6 victory in the season opener. View photo by Mike Rincon
JA’TAI JENKINS, 1, of Verrado jumps through the Paradise Valley defense Aug. 19 while extending his arm to fend off Patrick Long. Jenkins rushed for 116 yards and three touchdowns against the Trojans, as the Vipers cruised to a 68-6 victory in the season opener. View photo by Mike Rincon
J.J. GAYLES of Millennium holds a blocking pad during an Aug. 17 practice. Gayles was the Tigers’ leading rusher last year, gaining 1,296 yards while scoring 13 touchdowns. Millennium opens the season Friday at Perry.  View photo by Ray Thomas
J.J. GAYLES of Millennium holds a blocking pad during an Aug. 17 practice. Gayles was the Tigers’ leading rusher last year, gaining 1,296 yards while scoring 13 touchdowns. Millennium opens the season Friday at Perry. View photo by Ray Thomas
ETHAN ALLEN, right, of Buckeye holds up a defender Aug. 16 during practice. Allen is one of three returning starters on the offensive line for the Hawks.  View photo by Ray Thomas
ETHAN ALLEN, right, of Buckeye holds up a defender Aug. 16 during practice. Allen is one of three returning starters on the offensive line for the Hawks. View photo by Ray Thomas

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Avondale police investigate a shooting Wednesday morning after a man was found with a gunshot wound in front of a house near 125th Avenue and Lower Buckeye Road in Avondale. View photo by Jordan Christopher
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Avondale police made an arrest Wednesday in connection to a shooting early that morning outside a house near 125th Avenue and Lower Buckeye Road in Avondale, officials said. Jesus Castellanos, 60,... + continue reading

More than a dozen dogs were seized this week from a home in Buckeye by the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office after it was determined they were being neglected and mistreated.
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CHRIS DAVIS of Tonopah Valley runs with the football last season against Arizona Lutheran. Davis returns as the Phoenix starting quarterback after throwing for 1,034 yards and 13 touchdowns as a sophomore. View photo by Ray Thomas
CHRIS DAVIS of Tonopah Valley runs with the football last season against Arizona Lutheran. Davis returns as the Phoenix starting quarterback after throwing for 1,034 yards and 13 touchdowns as a sophomore. View photo by Ray Thomas
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Dustin Johnson looks to lead Tonopah Valley to another successful season by Rafael Alvarez special to the View When Tonopah Valley last took the field, it had just been eliminated by Miami in the... + continue reading
ETHAN ALLEN, right, of Buckeye holds up a defender Aug. 16 during practice. Allen is one of three returning starters on the offensive line for the Hawks.  View photo by Ray Thomas
ETHAN ALLEN, right, of Buckeye holds up a defender Aug. 16 during practice. Allen is one of three returning starters on the offensive line for the Hawks. View photo by Ray Thomas
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J.J. GAYLES of Millennium holds a blocking pad during an Aug. 17 practice. Gayles was the Tigers’ leading rusher last year, gaining 1,296 yards while scoring 13 touchdowns. Millennium opens the season Friday at Perry.  View photo by Ray Thomas
J.J. GAYLES of Millennium holds a blocking pad during an Aug. 17 practice. Gayles was the Tigers’ leading rusher last year, gaining 1,296 yards while scoring 13 touchdowns. Millennium opens the season Friday at Perry. View photo by Ray Thomas
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JA’TAI JENKINS, 1, of Verrado jumps through the Paradise Valley defense Aug. 19 while extending his arm to fend off Patrick Long. Jenkins rushed for 116 yards and three touchdowns against the Trojans, as the Vipers cruised to a 68-6 victory in the season opener. View photo by Mike Rincon
JA’TAI JENKINS, 1, of Verrado jumps through the Paradise Valley defense Aug. 19 while extending his arm to fend off Patrick Long. Jenkins rushed for 116 yards and three touchdowns against the Trojans, as the Vipers cruised to a 68-6 victory in the season opener. View photo by Mike Rincon
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Mary B. Albico Mary B. Albico, 94, of Waddell died Aug. 17, 2016, in Peoria. Mrs. Albico was born March 4, 1922, in Pennsylvania. She was preceded in death by her husband, Charles Albico; and one... + continue reading
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