Queen Creek

No Place Like Home: Queen Creek Defeats Skyline, 55 – 25

3 months ago Andrew Luberda 0
There’s no place like home for the Queen Creek football team. In three home games so far, the Bulldogs (4 – 1) have outscored their opponents by a combined score of 169 – 47, including last Friday night’s lopsided 55 – 25 victory over Skyline (1 – 4). Many of the 47 points scored against Read More

The County Line

3 months 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. Were back after a two-week hiatus, following the start of the college & NFL schedules. It was a busy couple of weeks at Skyview Networks, but we’re ready to catch up now. In this edition, Read More

Bullish Queen Creek Handles Mountain View

3 months ago Andrew Luberda 2
The Queen Creek football players were well aware last Friday’s game versus Mesa Mountain View was not just another game. The Bulldogs were determined to let those on the Toros’ sidelines know that head coach Travis Schureman and offensive coordinator Joe Germaine, who won a state title as Toros in 1993, are Bulldogs now. Senior Read More

The V’s Barbershop Queen Creek High School Player of the Week

3 months ago Andrew Luberda 0
County Line Preps is pleased to have a sponsorship agreement with V’s Barbershop in Queen Creek. V’s will sponsor the Player of the Week and Player of the Month awards as part of our agreement. Each week, CountyLinePreps.com will announce the Queen Creek High School Player of the Week, which be selected by the owners Read More

Pinnacle remains a strong No. 2, while QC stays in top 10

4 months ago Jason P. Skoda 0
Pinnacle stayed at No. 2 in the 6A Coaches Poll, but the Pioneers clearly won the week. They decisively beat then No. 4 Mountain Pointe despite losing quarterback, Spencer Rattler, the nation’s top-ranked signal caller, on the third series and running back Matt Goodlow before halftime. “Most impressive team so far, they might have the Read More

Chandler Capitalizes on Queen Creek’s Late Mistakes

4 months ago Andrew Luberda 0
Sometimes final scores, like objects in the car mirror, are closer than they appear. Such was the case Friday night in Queen Creek’s 49-21 road loss to two-time defending 6A champion Chandler. The Wolves scored 21 points off three-straight Bulldogs’ turnovers during a two-and-a-half-minute span more than midway through the fourth quarter, blowing open a Read More