The grand reopening of the Flowing Wells Pool, 4545 N. La Cholla Blvd., is tomorrow.
Foothills' Matt Lujan won the 100-yard backstroke, above, and took third in the 200 IM.
Left to right, Mountain View's Kelly Mull, Clarissa Kubat and Triston Hanna cheer on their teammates at the H.S. Classic.
The Catalina Foothills boys and girls swim teams knew that they were coming into Saturday's Ford Aquatics High School Classic at less than full strength.
I-Ridge's Sara Borendame says the best part about recruiting trips is getting to know potential teammates.
It didn't take long for Ironwood Ridge swim coach Anne Fitzsimmons to get a read on standout swimmer Sara Borendame.
Catalina Foothills' Jason Alentado won the state 200 individual medley last year and will be one of the top swimmers entered in the 2012 High School Classic on Saturday.
October is here and that means the fall state tournaments are right around the corner.
Madi Kingdon's 15 kills led the way in Malibu, Calif., as the Arizona Wildcats opened the Pepperdine Asics Classic volleyball tournament Friday by sweeping Cal State-Fullerton 25-17, 25-23, 25-22.
Senior Jason Alentado and Catalina Foothills will face defending Division II state champion Salpointe on Thursday. He won the state title in the 200-yard individual medley last year.
Let the fun begin. Football officially started the fall season back on Aug. 17, but this is the week everyone else joins in.
Divers were set to begin a search this morning for a teen who likely drowned at Rose Canyon Lake on Mount Lemmon Tuesday evening.
Matt Grevers, left, and USA teammate Nick Thoman, both with Tucson ties, finished first and second in the 100-meter backstroke final.
High-jumper Brigetta Barrett, a University of Arizona theater major, cleared 6 feet, 8 inches, winning an Olympic silver medal.
Georganne Moline, a UA senior, set a personal best in the 400-meter hurdles during track events at the London Games. She finished about a half-second off the bronze.
Above: Caitlin Leverenz, facing, embraces the United States' Arian Kukors after winning bronze in the 200-meter individual medley final. Leverenz is a Sahuaro High grad.
Left: Bernard Lagat, a Tucson resident, left, and Britain's Mohamed Farah competed in the men's 5,000-meter final at the London Olympics. Lagat finished fourth, just off the bronze, after he was tripped in the final stretch.
The 23 Olympic athletes with Southern Arizona ties produced nine medals by the time closing ceremonies ended the London Games on Sunday.
Ukraine's Igor Chervynskiy and others start the 10-kilometer race at Hyde Park. After the death of American Fran Crippen in 2010, rescue boats and kayaks kept an eye on everyone, especially the last-place finisher from Guam.
LONDON - Pool or lake, it doesn't matter to Ous Mellouli. As long as there's water involved.