Bret David
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Sports Reporter, Phoenix

Bret David expects to graduate in May 2023 with a bachelor’s degree in sports journalism and a minor in business. David, who is assigned to Cronkite Sports this semester, plans to continue his education at Arizona State University in pursuit of a sports law degree.

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​From new program to title contender: Estrella Foothills boys volleyball ready for 4A playoffs

GOODYEAR – Estrella Foothills High School started a boys volleyball team three years ago. Now the Wolves are looking to win a state championship.

Senior Ryan Bug, 22, leads Estrella Foothills boys volleyball with 331 kills as it heads into the 4A state playoffs. (Photo courtesy of Estrella Foothills High School)

Sandra Day O’Connor girls beach volleyball team seeks back-to-back state championships to cap undefeated season

PHOENIX – Sandra Day O’Connor’s girls beach volleyball team faces Queen Creek in the state championship on the heels of an undefeated season. Seeking back-to-back titles, the Eagles figured out a winning formula after losing seven key starters from last year.

Olivia Le Blanc, right, and Liana Huesca of Sandra Day O'Connor enter Wednesday's matchup looking to repeat a state champions in girls beach volleyball. (Photo courtesy of Sandra Day O'Connor High School)

Cactus High’s Bradey Henige fills tall order as two-sport 7-footer

GLENDALE – Cactus High School’s Bradey Henige just finished up his junior basketball season, where he emerged as one of the top players in the nation in rebounding. He also plays volleyball to help his skills on the basketball court as schools start gaining interest.

Cactus High junior Bradey Henige finished third in the nation in rebounding average and will enter his senior season drawing interest from college basketball recruiters. (Photo courtesy of Ed Russell Photography)

All in the family: Freshmen twins Kalek and Kaden House lead Desert Mountain basketball to best season in school history

PHOENIX – Freshmen Kalek and Kaden House, who are twin sons of Eddie House, play varsity basketball at Desert Mountain High School. One of the assistant coaches is Michael Bibby Jr., son of Michael Bibby, who is cousins with Kalek and Kaden House.

Kaden House, left, and Kalek House, right, starred on Desert Mountain's basketball team last season, leading the team in every key statistical category. (Photo courtesy of Mingson Lau/Arizona Republic)