We’re nearing the end of the season and region play is heating up in Class 4A on down, while Tucson’s 6A representative and host of 5A teams are trying to make the top 16 to get into the playoffs.
Friday Football Fever
TUCSON – Former Mountain View High School standout and proud Tucsonan Stanley Berryhill III has worked his way up from “walk on” wide receiver at
We’re getting toward the end of the High School Football season and one Southern Arizona team is ranked #1 (Salpointe, 4A), while many others are in a good spot to make the playoffs across every class from 6A on down.
Pueblo Football started 1-4 this season, but not a single one of those games was within region. Based on the way Class 4A is set
The class rankings are out and some of the top teams in Southern Arizona have a chance to not only make the playoffs, but also stay down south for the majority of the proceedings.
Here are some of the big high school football matchups that’ll take place on September 28th. Don’t forget to tune into the Friday Football Fever
In a 37-18 win over Nogales, quarterback Alex Verdugo went pass crazy, throwing for 380 yards and 5 touchdowns. Junior Cody Pacheco got most of those targets, finishing with 11 catches, 247 yards and 4 touchdowns.
We’re halfway through the season and Friday Football Fever and some of the top teams in Southern Arizona are starting to separate themselves from the pack. Southern Arizona might have some state title contenders!
Tucson Magnet High School Kicker Mark Vargas leads the state with field goals made, with 9, according to AZPreps 365.com.
Douglas High School runningback Manny Mejia had a record-breaking night in the Bulldog’s first game of the 2018 campaign.
One of the best high school wrestlers to ever hit the mat in the border southwest made a memorable return to Tucson to visit his mentor and coach Richard Sanchez. Roman Bravo-Young finished his high school career at Sunnyside with 4 state championships and a perfect record (never a loss). The Team USA wrestler now suits up at Penn State. However, he still hit up the sidelines of the Santa Rita High football scrimmage to support his mentor and father figure, Ric…
The Friday Football Fever’s August 17th edition lived up to all the hype as twenty teams made it on the first show of the 2018 season.
Friday Football Fever returns to News 4 Tucson tonight at 10 p.m. Tonight’s matchup’s include Campo Verde at Sunnyside, Cholla at Nogales, Canyon Del Oro at Flowing Wells and Pusch Ridge at Rio Rico.
Don’t forget to tune in to News 4 Tucson at 10 p.m. for the 2018 debut of the Friday Football Fever. Here’s matchups you can look forward to: HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL (WEEK ONE) Ironwood Ridge 42 MOUNTAIN VIEW 14 Friday, Aug. 17th (FRIDAY FOOTBALL FEVER) Campo Verde at Sunnyside Cholla at Nogales Canyon Del Oro at Flowing Wells Pusch ridge at Rio Rico St. David at Bowie Catalina Foothills AT Buena (Sierra Vista) Douglas at Tanque Verde Marana at Horizon Santa Cruz Valey at Sa…
The high school football season kicks off in the Old Pueblo next week with the first Friday Football Fever on August 17th hitting the airwaves of KVOA News 4 Tucson. Teams such as Catalina Foothills are hoping to replace key players. Coach Jeff Scurran and the Falcons are banking on a newcomer at QB to replace Chris Kowalcek as the starter. Here’s more as-seen-on-KVOA sportscast: