San Tan Foothills

A Closer Look by Angel Bandilla

5 months ago Angel Bandilla 0
San Tan Foothills moved from 2A to 3A this year. It joins the 3A Central Region with American Leadership Academy-Ironwood, American Leadership Academy-QC, Benjamin Franklin, Coolidge, and Florence. Prior to joining 3A, the Sabercats went 8-2 last season, but lost in the first round of the 2A playoffs. They lost ten graduated players and are a Read More

Young and Talented Help Sabercats in First Win

6 months ago Caela Fox 0
The San Tan Foothills football team earned its first victory of the year last Friday night, defeating visiting Gilbert Christian, 34 – 16. As is this the case with most young teams, the Sabercats’ performances can be nerve-racking at times and full of success and promise during others. Either way, the Cats’ few upperclassmen have Read More

The CLP Scoreboard

6 months ago Andrew Luberda 0
Patriots win Battle of ALA Schools In an inter-district, cross-town matchup last Friday night, American Leadership Academy – Queen Creek visited ALA – Ironwood and defeated the Warriors in their AIA debut, 68 – 3. The Patriots’ offense totaled nearly 400 yards and capitalized on turnovers created by the defense, which also recorded a safety. Read More

The County Line

6 months 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 – 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

The County Line

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

Basketball Players, Coaches Enjoying More Time Together

9 months 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