TUCSON – Don’t forget to tune into tonight’s playoff edition of the Friday Football Fever! It all gets underway on News 4 Tucson at 10
Friday Football Fever
TUCSON – The Salpointe girls volleyball team has advanced to the Elite 8. The 3-seeded Lancers beat #14 Cactus High on Tuesday 3-0, and will
TUCSON – Arizona safety Triston Cooper talks about his stunning hit that’s making highlight reels nationwide, as the Cats prep for Colorado in football. Here’s
TUCSON – Catalina Foothills High School football coach Jeff Scurran walked off the field for the last time on Friday after his final game at
All games are Friday, November 2 at 7 p.m. Southern Arizona teams are in bold.
TUCSON – At the Special Olympics Arizona Breakast With Champions, an Amphi student and his family brought tears to dozens of onlookers eyes as they
Leon Hayes III, exploded in his second-to-last game, scoring 5 touchdowns on 246 rushing yards. Hayes had just 9 carries.
It’s crunch time in Southern Arizona High School football, as the playoffs are just two weeks away. Salpointe Catholic is the only undefeated team left in the area and lead the pack, but classes 5A, 4A and 3A are filled with Southern Arizona schools that can make some noise in the postseason, along with the smaller schools.
Don’t forget to tune in to the Friday Football Fever tonight at 10 p.m. News 4 Tucson’s Paul Cicala and Ari Alexander will bring you all the highlights.
TUCSON – The “Tucson Roadrunners” high school football player of the week is from Flowing Wells. Ari Alexander has more (including a singing and race
One of the biggest surprises in all of Arizona high school football are the Flowing Wells Caballeros.
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.
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