Queen Creek Schools

Chandler gets initial nod; Queen Creek cracks top 10

8 hours ago Jason P. Skoda 0
Some coaches love to talk off the record. They open up, talk more freely and oftentimes show off more personality. You get a glimpse into their real thoughts instead of getting clichés. Depending on the relationship between coach and reporter there is still an agenda, and some still have a skewed perspective. When it goes Read More

The County Line

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 CountyLinePreps.com. Well, here we are – game week. I’ve spent the last 7-10 days visiting fall football camps at Poston Butte, Coolidge, Queen Creek, and Combs, previewing the seasons for each. If you haven’t already, go check Read More

“Business as Usual” as Queen Creek Prepares for 6A Debut

4 days ago Andrew Luberda 0
If the announcement that Queen Creek High School was moving from 5A to 6A had some thinking the Bulldogs’ football team might do things differently as it prepared for the 2018 season, think again. “I don’t see that we’ve worried or talked about that a whole lot,” said Queen Creek head coach Travis Schureman, who Read More

The County Line

2 weeks ago Andrew Luberda 0
Welcome back to The County Line, my blog on news and notes surrounding the athletic programs we cover at CountyLinePreps.com. I started visiting some football teams earlier this week, including Queen Creek, which held its first practice on Monday. On Tuesday, Chilly, of ArizonaVarsity.com, agreed to take #TheSideLineVlog on a mini CLP tour. We visited Read More

The County Line

4 weeks ago Andrew Luberda 0
Welcome back to The County Line, my blog on news and notes surrounding the athletic programs we cover at CountyLinePreps.com. 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

2 months 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