Taylor Nations spent every weekday of her summer heading to a pool, often as the sun was just peeking over the horizon.
Plans to build 196 “luxury casitas” on 15 acres of undeveloped land along Sabino Canyon Road between East River and Cloud roads got a green light from most of the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday.
Due to some scheduling confusion, we thought Sabino was hosting Goodyear Desert Edge on Friday night.
Elik Essif, with Jazmine and Abu, enjoys a hike on Mount Lemmon. Day-use fees at many sites in the Catalinas are being dropped as of July 4.
People who visit the Catalina Mountains north of Tucson can soon say goodbye to day-use fees at many national forest recreation sites in the range.
Tucsonan Bryce Cotton, signed late by the Providence Friars in 2010, led the Big East Conference in scoring last season at 19.7 points a game. "After what I've gone through, I believe I can play at the highest level," the 6-foot-1-inch guard said.
Expect Kevin Cordes, a junior-to-be at UA, to shine in the 50-, 100- and 200-yard breast stroke events in Indy.
After winning silver at last year's Olympics and many other titles, Brigetta Barrett will cash in that million-dollar smile.
Solomon Hill will likely be drafted because he has a high basketball IQ and is willing to do the dirty work.
Before Bryce Cotton begins his senior season at Providence College, he desperately wants to play basketball July 7-16 in Kazan, Russia, which has rarely been a ballplayer's ideal destination.
UA freshman forward Grant Jerrett, left, and senior guard Mark Lyons reflect on a 66-64 loss to UCLA in the Pac-12 tournament semifinals. The Wildcats blew an 11-point lead midway through the second half, hurt by a technical called on coach Sean Miller.
Sabino coach Jay Campos, whose squad will open against Salpointe, is expected to field another strong team in 2013.
Immediately after Friday's loss to UCLA, while the game was still bigger than life, Arizona's locker room was funereal, almost as if the Wildcats had been kicked out of the NCAA tournament by East Tennessee State or Santa Clara.
Mountain View senior Melody McLaughlin, taking a shot in the fourth quarter, had 12 points in the win over Sabino.
The self-proclaimed "superheroes" helped push the Mountain View girls basketball team to victory in its final regular-season game.
Catalina Foothills guard Austin Nehls, trying to elude Sabino's Darian Martin after gaining control of a loose ball in the third quarter, finished with 18 points. He is the son of Joe Nehls, a former standout guard for UA.
Sabino's Colin Gause, left, battles Catalina Foothills' Dakota Kordsiemon for a loose ball in the second quarter. Kordsiemon had 13 points in Foothills' win.
As the No. 1 boys basketball team in Division II and riding a big winning streak, Catalina Foothills has been ready for the big stage.
Wrestling takes center stage this week with the Flowing Wells Invitational, but the two other winter sports can't be forgotten with state tournaments quickly approaching.