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1 day ago Andrew Luberda 0
Welcome back to The County Line, my blog on news and notes surrounding the athletic programs we cover at Well, here we are, back from nine days in Laguna Beach, and following the recent final stretch of summer workouts, 7 v 7 games, and Big Man competitions. Some teams are at summer camp as Read More

Smooth As Glass: QC Sophomore A Unique Talent

4 weeks ago Eric Sorenson 0
When the Queen Creek Bulldogs take the field this fall it will be easy to spot sophomore tight end/defensive end Isaia Glass. Outside of senior quarterback Devin Larsen (6-foot-5), the 6-foot-4, 220-pounder certainly stands out in a crowd. A two-way star on the Bulldogs’ freshman team last fall, Glass has used the off-season to refine Read More

The Air Up There: Meet QC’s Trey Wood

1 month ago Eric Sorenson 0
As the sun beats down in the southeast Valley Trey Wood pops open the back of his SUV and grabs his board before skating into the nearby park. This cement, and at times unforgiving, collection of awaiting jumps and tricks serves as Woods’ sanctuary. The 17-year-old Queen Creek resident has had major sponsors like Nike, Read More

Basketball Players, Coaches Enjoying More Time Together

1 month ago Andrew Luberda 0
    New rules instituted by the Arizona Interscholastic Association are allowing high school coaches to work with their players during parts of the offseason that were previously off limits. Summer, for example, was typically the time for basketball players to compete with club and AAU teams, exclusively. While some players are continuing their club Read More

An 11th game All That Matters to Benjamin Franklin as Spring Ends

1 month ago Andrew Luberda 0
I’m going on record right now to say the Chargers are my pick to win the 3A State Championship.- The County Line (Apr. 26, 2018) Not everybody was thrilled with my 2018 3A football title prediction, least of whom might have been Chargers head coach Dave Jefferies. “Thanks a lot for the bold prediction ,” Read More

Queen Creek Hires Bobik as New Boys’ Basketball Head Coach

2 months ago Andrew Luberda 0
Queen Creek Athletic Director Paul Reynolds announced the hire of Daniel Bobik as the Bulldogs new boys’ basketball head coach on Monday. Bobik, without any previous experience as a varsity head coach, replaces Troy Gibson, who recently stepped down to spend more time with his family after leading the Bulldogs program for 14 seasons. Bobik’s Read More