Amanda Valle expects to graduate in May 2022 with a bachelor’s degree in sports journalism. Valle, who has interned as a production assistant with the Arizona Cardinals and was a color commentator for ASU softball, is working for the Phoenix sports bureau.
Latest from Amanda Valle
SCOTTSDALE – Evan Longoria and Lamonte Wade Jr will not be available to start the season due to injuries. The San Francisco Giants will have a different look on Opening Day.
TEMPE – From Lake Havasu to Safford, the Cardinals Caravan is back on the road and reconnecting with fans throughout Arizona
PHOENIX – Opening Day is two days away after a lockout threatened the 2022 MLB season, but players still believe more work needs to be done.
AVONDALE - Chase Briscoe fended off multiple challengers in the final restarts to win Sunday at Phoenix Raceway. Briscoe became the 200th Cup Series winner in history with his first career win in NASCAR’s top series.
PHOENIX – The Shining Light Foundation recently unveiled a mural of NASCAR Hall of Fame driver Wendell Scott to honor his career. Scott was the first full-time Black driver to compete in the Cup Series and also win.
SCOTTSDALE – World No. 1 golfer Jon Rahm and NFL MVP Aaron Rodgers highlight the Annexus Pro-Am at the WM Phoenix Open Wednesday. Rodgers was happy to talk about golf but not football.
SCOTTSDALE – After the 2021 Phoenix Open was played with restrictions and a limited capacity, the 2022 version at TPC Scottsdale is back to normal. Players and fans are excited for one of golf’s best weeks.
After Barry Bonds failed to reach the 75% mark of votes required for election into the Hall of Fame, Arizona State baseball alumni questioned the decision.
PHOENIX – The countdown is underway for Super LVII in 2023. The Glendale event is expected to large a significant economic impact.