TUCSON – Salpointe Catholic is the lone unbeaten team remaining in Southern Arizona after a 35-0 shutout of Canyon del Oro Friday night at Doherty Stadium.
Final scores from across southern Arizona in Week Nine of Friday Football Fever.
The Arizona Wildcats chimed in on USC and the Saturday showdown on the Pac-12 network for one last time before the 6:30 p.m. kickoff. Here’s more from Friday’s sportscast:
Arizona’s offensive line hopes to open up some big holes against Washington this Saturday. Here’s more from our Friday sportscast:
TUCSON – With the Tour de Tucson just over a month away here’s a quick reminder: – Please lookout for cyclist training on the roads
Scores of players on the U of A football roster are from California. It’s no surprise that players such as Runningback JJ Taylor & QB Khalil Tate are hoping to get a win in their old stomping grounds of LA. Here’s more from our sportscast:
As fall drills continue in softball, both the University of Arizona and Pima Community College continues exhibition games at Hillenbrand Stadium.
The Arizona Wildcats are over a touchdown underdog against University of Southern California as Coach Kevin Sumlin and his boys hope to pull off a big upset on Saturday.
TUCSON – As a sophomore quarterback, Arizona’s Khalil Tate helped lead the Wildcats back from a 28-6 deficit against USC in their matchup in 2017.
Don’t forget to tune into KVOA on Sunday evening as the NFL showdown between the Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles takes full stage. Here’s a preview from our sportscast:
The Tucson Roadrunners begin their home season this Friday at the TCC. And, on Wednesday, hundreds turned out to their Faceoff Luncheon, where players were introduced to some of the most die-hard fans. News 4 Tucson’s Paul Cicala had the honor of MC’ing the event. Here’s more from our sportscast:
Mariah McGriff holds off Mike Vaughan to win her 1st Tucson Speedway points championship
AJ Skaggs is our 8th Friday Football Fever Tucson Roadrunners Player of the Week
Arizona is coming off of a disappointing 51-27 loss to Washington. As QB Khalil Tate heads to play USC this weekend in the area he grew up, the senior signal-caller and others talk about the Wildcats’ need to bounce back. Here’s more from our sportscast:
Former major league pitcher Curt Schilling says he’s decided not to run for Congress.