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Catalina Foothills will be in familiar territory Saturday morning.
If not for the successful group appeal, Tucson and Buena would have been in Division I with three or four teams from Phoenix.
Last month, Berk's Beat told you about some potential AIA realignment that could change the landscape of Southern Arizona high school competition.
Sabino's Zack Joseph tackles Cienega's Neil Kimberlin in the first half of their game. Kimberlin had eight catches for 95 yards in the loss. He also had 31 yards on the ground.
Cienega quarterback Adriell Alvarado looks for running room against Sabino. He completed 17 of 28 passes for 246 yards in his first varsity game.
Matt Brindley's lips are sealed.
The Arizona Interscholastic Association’s scheduling committee unveiled a set of proposals last week that would dramatically alter high school sports’ competition structure, answering the concerns about changes implemented in the past year.
The Arizona Interscholastic Association released an updated schedule Thursday for the state track and field meet, after severe weather postponed more than half of Wednesday's Division I and II meet.
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