Max Hall

Offense, Stadium Lights Lose Power in Patriots’ Win

3 weeks ago Andrew Luberda 0
For the first 24 minutes of its Friday, Sept. 13, Homecoming game versus visiting Phoenix Christian, ALA-Queen Creek’s high-powered offense looked as explosive as it did in its first three games, when it averaged 56 points per game. The last 24 minutes were littered with mistakes that reduced the explosiveness to a fizzle, as the Read More

ALA – Queen Creek’s Cluff Overcoming Family Hardship

12 months ago Andrew Luberda 0
Take it from those who know, cancer sucks. The Cluff family is among that group. Ethen Cluff is a junior at American Leadership Academy – Queen Creek and one of the top performers on the Patriots football team. He led the team in receiving yards, tied for the team with six touchdown receptions, and was Read More

Chargers Start Fast, Patriots Finish Late in 3A Central Clash

1 year ago Andrew Luberda 0
Finish. It’s a word almost every coach, regardless of sport, preaches to his or her team. On its Homecoming last Friday night against rival Benjamin Franklin, American Leadership Academy – Queen Creek erased a 14 – 6 third-quarter deficit, scoring 27 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to defeat the undermanned Chargers, 33 – 14. Read More

ALA Scores Early and Often in Rout

2 years ago Andrew Luberda 0
The defending state champion American Leadership Academy football team completed the gridiron equivalent of hitting for the cycle in baseball, scoring in all three phases – offense, defense and special teams – in its 51 – 7 rout of visiting Joy Christian last Thursday night, The No. 2-ranked Patriots accomplished the scoring trifecta before the Read More