Articles tagged with: girls basketball
Patrick Dunn resigned as Skyline’s girls basketball coach this week.
According to athletic director Greg Schultz, Dunn stepped down to “concentrate more time with my family and finish my master’s degree at NAU in Educational Leadership.”
Will the dynasty deteriorate?
Curtis Ekmark’s departure as St. Mary’s girls basketball coach late last week could send Arizona’s high school basketball scene in two vastly different directions: straight ahead or any-which way.
While Ekmark now has …
Before a crowded gym and school assembly, Saguaro girls basketball coach Chris Young helped his Division II state champion Sabercats raise a championship banner, and lost his teaching job on the same day.
Though many teachers …
Player of the Year: Kyndall Adams (Hamilton)
Mike Desper Victory with Honor Award: Jenna Odell (Perry)
Jazmyne Bartee (Chandler)
Aliyah Dickson (Hamilton)
Ashlee Moore (Hamilton)
Jesse Ossian (Chandler)
Hayley Prior (Basha)
Here is Scottsdale Unified School District all-city girls basketball team, as voted by coaches:
Alex Gilligan (Chaparral)
Andrea Goulette (Arcadia)
Kylie Herd (Arcadia)
Noell Kellers (Desert Mountain)
Casey Rarrick (Saguaro)
Naomi Reyes (Saguaro)
Stephanie Orji (Campo Verde); Samirah Miller (Gilbert); Olivia Lucero (Highland); Megan Brown (Highland); Cecily Wilson (Mesquite)
Cori Ramos (Campo Verde); Skylynn Davidson (Desert Ridge); Melinda Myers (Highland); Rebecca Rudd (Highland); Rebecca Tilley (Mesquite)
In addition to John Burns leaving Basha after one season, both Chandler and Perry high schools are dealing with boys and girls basketball coaching turnover.
Mike Ellsworth resigned at Chandler after nine seasons as boys basketball …
Player of the Year: Katherine Hamilton (Dobson)
Coach of the Year: Tyler Dumas (Dobson)
Tori Lloyd (Dobson); Miyah Leith (Dobson); Kayla Quintana (Mesa); Sabrina Haines (Mountain View); Armani Hawkins (Mountain View); Erica Vasquez (Red Mountain)
Finally, postseason play has arrived in boys and girls basketball, and while both the sectionals and state tournaments are “one-and-done” single elimination format, sectional tournaments this week won’t mean turning in uniforms for many schools.
These days, the best Mountain View girls basketball coach Henry Bribiescas can hope for is the word “sparingly.”
As in, the best-case scenario for point guard Rene Coggins the rest of the season. A Toros team …