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

4 weeks 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

Bullish Queen Creek Handles Mountain View

1 month 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

Chandler Capitalizes on Queen Creek’s Late Mistakes

2 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

Larsen, Defense Lead Queen Creek to Dominant Win in 6A Debut

2 months ago Andrew Luberda 0
If Friday night’s performance by the Queen Creek football team is “business as usual,” then business looks good for the Bulldogs as they compete at the state’s highest level of football for the first time. Senior quarterback Devin Larsen threw for 290 of his 325 passing yards and six touchdowns during the first half of Read More

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

2 months 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

Queen Creek gets Defensive in Win

1 year ago Andrew Luberda 0
The No. 2-ranked Queen Creek football team relied on its defense after its high-scoring offense was forced into an off night during Friday night’s 21-16 victory at No. 12 Campo Verde. Twice in the closing seconds of the San Tan Region contest, the Bulldogs deflected passes to keep the Coyotes from scoring the potential game-winning Read More