Henry Greenstein
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Sports Reporter, Phoenix

Henry Greenstein is pursuing a master’s degree in sports journalism. He previously studied linguistics at Washington University in St. Louis.

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Red tape and the ‘mask god’: Group looks back on successful PPE drive

PHOENIX - Sam Wang's "anti-epidemic diary” shows photos of grateful medical personnel, police and firefighters around stacks of boxes that hold some of the 158,000 masks secured for them at the pandemic's start by a volunteer group of Chinese Americans in Arizona.


Sister act: Sister cities, many in Arizona, step up if nations falter

PHOENIX - When President Dwight Eisenhower unveiled the forerunner to Sister Cities International, he saw the federal government as a sometime obstacle to world peace and encouraged local communities to do their part. When the pandemic hit, that’s exactly what they did.


After pandemic, renovations, road trip, Rattlers return to Phoenix Suns Arena

PHOENIX – When the Arizona Rattlers return to Phoenix Suns Arena for their 2021 home opener Saturday night, it will be their first game there in just under two years. Philip Rakoci, a Rattlers fan and self-described “wildlife comedian” from Casa Grande, knows exactly how long has passed.


Citing physiological benefits, experts say Coyotes shouldn’t lose sleep over move to Central Division

PHOENIX – The Coyotes are moving to the Central Division next season and will face teams who are much further east. Although the move may seem unintuitive to fans, academic research indicates that the Coyotes’ divisional opponents may be at a physical disadvantage when traveling to Gila River Arena.


Arizona Wildcats football to host capacity crowds, ASU ‘progressing’ in that direction

PHOENIX – The Arizona Wildcats announced Wednesday their intention to host the full complement of fans at Arizona Stadium. Arizona State said it is “progressing” in that direction.


Amid nationwide Daylight Saving Time push, Arizona golf industry content with standard time

PHOENIX – The golf industry has historically advocated for the expansion of Daylight Saving Time nationwide. But even as a movement for permanent DST ramps up around the country, Arizonans are content with Standard Time, due to the intense afternoon heat.


‘How to’ guide: Northern Arizona Wranglers built football team from scratch during pandemic

PHOENIX – From their expansion announcement in August to their first game in May, the Northern Arizona Wranglers of the Indoor Football League had to undergo all the steps of franchise creation amid a pandemic. Despite this, they still seek to build an authentic relationship with their local community.


Following year of challenges, ASU women’s golf begins NCAA championship play at Grayhawk

SCOTTSDALE – Arizona State is slated to host the next three years of men’s and women’s NCAA golf championships at Grayhawk Golf Club. It’s the first time the Sun Devils have hosted since 1992, and it’s an exciting opportunity for the women’s golf team, which began stroke play Friday.