Rain not keeping golf fans from Waste Management Phoenix Open

A sea of umbrellas floated around the greens Friday at the Waste Management Phoenix Open. "They handed these ponchos out for free," said Albert Arroyo.
Nicole Speeding, a 12th grade student at Queen Creek High School who has been crowned Arizona High School Rodeo Queen for the second year in a row, has earned a position on the Arizona High School Rodeo Team.
As the 2010-2011 school year at Poston Butte comes to a close, the next Bronco football season begins. It doesn’t start in the high school stadium where our Broncos battle opposing teams. The Broncos don’t start out on the practice field in full pads, crashing into each other. No, the 2011 Bronco football season begins in the spring...
This should be a joyous time for the San Tan Foothills football team. In just its third year of varsity competition and as a No. 14 seed, San Tan Foothills has reached the Division V semifinals and will play No. 2 seed Yuma Catholic on Saturday. Even if San Tan Foothills'...
San Tan Foothills came up a winner Friday night in more ways than one. Their biggest victory coming in a show of compassion and respect for an injured opponent. Valley Christian had to endure the anxiety of the health of linebacker Dillon Lackhan, who suffered a head injury in the third quarter of their 46-21 loss to San Tan Foothills. With a fallen teammate carted away by paramedics, Valley Christian wasn't concerned with the game's outcome and neither was San Tan Foothills and coach Rodger Schenks.
The Clippers blew a sure-win vs. the Spurs, letting San Antonio escape with a 103-100 OT win -- its ...
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New Mexicos Rick Ziehl rocked the packed house where dedicated fans waited thru imaginable weather conditions to see the ASCS Winged Sprint Cars battle in their action packed main event which would eventually be won by the 20Z team.
Please make sure to complete all items required to play on the 2011 golf teams.  The packet is available by clicking here or you can pick up the packet at the school.  PBHS will be holding a sports physical day on Wednesday, July 28th from 4p – 8p at the School.  The cost is $35.  See the flyer by clicking here....
The San Tan Valley Little League has now opened registrations for the Spring 2013 season. We are excited to announce that the registration fees have remained the same as last season and the maximum registration fee per family is $300.00. The child’s league age is the age they are on or before April 30, 2013. The dates for the season have not been determined yet but typically start the first week or two of March 2013 and will end on or around the last week of May 2013.
Paladin Sports Outreach is a 501(c)3, Arizona nonprofit corporation, established to bring sports and recreation services to under-served communities in the San Tan area and beyond. We believe that sports are an incredible vehicle for bringing communities together and for teaching children important life lessons on responsibility, teamwork, and fun! Registration is now open for our Winter Sports programming. Registration ends Friday, January 11.
The Lil’ Pals Indoor Sports Academy is a 4-week instructional sports academy for 3-6 year olds. Our volunteer instructors will teach your child the fundamentals and basics of a variety of sports. Your child will have a great time learning how to play basketball and broom hockey while meeting new friends in your community!
San Tan Youth Football League is par­ticipating in the nationwide campaign, the NALA’s Shop Local for a Cause June 13-15. The STYFL is at 20364 E. Appaloosa Drive in Queen Creek.
The San Tan Youth Football League will host its official Opening Day event on Saturday, Sept. 27 from 6–9 p.m. at Desert Mountain Park, 22201 S. Hawes Road. Come out and enjoy an evening of family fun that will include carnival games, bounce houses, mechanical bull, petting zoo, photo booth, dunk tank, foam pit, rock wall, vendors, yummy food, PLUS the introduction of all the football players!
Paladin Sports Outreach to host the free competition for the second straight year Participation is FREE and open to boys and girls ages 7-14.Pitch, Hit & Run™ is the Official Skills Competition of Major League Baseball®. This grassroots program is designed to provide youngsters with an opportunity to compete, free of charge, in a competition that recognizes individual excellence in core baseball/softball skills.

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