Queen Creek

Smooth As Glass: QC Sophomore A Unique Talent

17 hours 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

2 weeks 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

Queen Creek Hires Bobik as New Boys’ Basketball Head Coach

1 month 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

Spring Ahead: Queen Creek Football Returns to Practice, Preps for Move to 6A

1 month ago Andrew Luberda 0
    Queen Creek football seniors ended their high school careers last November following a 34 – 31 overtime loss to eventual state runner-up Notre Dame Prep in the quarterfinals of the 5A state playoffs. The remaining JV and varsity players returned for spring practice earlier this month to begin preparing for the 2018 season. Read More

Queen Creek, Mesquite to Meet for 4th Time

2 months ago Jason P. Skoda 0
Six teams remain in the 5A State Baseball Championship and Queen Creek is the highest seed remaining at No. 8 as action continues Monday. The Bulldogs are in this position in part because they pulled off an upset in the second round by hammering No. 1 Mesquite, 11-1. It just so happens the Wildcats rebounded Read More

Bulldogs’ Mistakes, Lack of Execution Prove Costly in Loss

2 months ago Jason P. Skoda 0
The inconsistent play of the regular season that kept Queen Creek from a region title and higher seed in the 5A state baseball tournament took a two-game furlough once the postseason began. It allowed the eighth-seeded Bulldogs to knock off No. 9 Kellis and No. 1 Mesquite by identical 11-1 scores to advance to Thursday’s Read More