Remy Mastey
Remy Mastey REH-mee MASS-tee
Sports Reporter, Phoenix

Remy Mastey expects to graduate in May 2024 with a bachelor’s degree in sports journalism. Mastey has interned as an editorial intern with NHL.com.

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Brock Purdy’s sudden success in the NFL traces back to his days at Perry High School

GILBERT – The last overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft, quarterback Brock Purdy has led the San Francisco 49ers all the way to the NFC Championship. His time at Perry High School helped shape him into the quarterback he is today.

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Brock Purdy is one victory away from advancing to the Super Bowl. The rookie, a Queen Creek native, faces the Philadelphia Eagles in Sunday's NFC Championship Game. (Photo by Michael Owens/Getty Images)

Tip of the ice: Arizona hockey on the rise through Arizona Coyotes, colleges and community

PHOENIX – The rise of professional, collegiate and youth programs has allowed hockey to thrive in Arizona. While hockey was nearly nonexistent in the Valley decades ago, it has slowly become one of the premier sports in the state. Here’s how it happened.

During the 2015-16 NHL season, 7,510 kids from Arizona were registered with USA Hockey. By the 2017-18 season, that number increased to 8,617, and the drafting of the Valley's Auston Matthews by the Toronto Maple Leafs in 2016 is believed to have contributed to that. (Photo courtesy of Arizona Coyotes)

A place to call home: Tempe City Council votes for public referendum on potential Coyotes’ arena and entertainment district

TEMPE – The Tempe City Council votes unanimously for a public referendum regarding the Arizona Coyotes potential new arena in Tempe on Tuesday night. What impact will this have on the Coyotes future


ASU legends reflect on 1983 Fiesta Bowl victory, voice concerns about today’s football program

PHOENIX – During a luncheon honoring the 1982-1983 ASU football team for their victory over Oklahoma in the Fiesta Bowl 40 years ago, members of that team voiced their concern over the program’s recent struggles.

Arizona State entered the 1983 Fiesta Bowl against Oklahoma as major underdogs but pulled off the 32-21 upset in Tempe after a successful season. (Photo courtesy of the Fiesta Bowl)

Welcome mat: ASU wrestling set for Mullett Arena debut in home opener

TEMPE – The ASU Sun Devils wrestling team will face off against No. 3 ranked Missouri Tigers at the newly built Mullett Arena in the program’s next step toward building a national powerhouse.

ASU wrestling coach Zeke Jones believes his team's two home matches scheduled this season at Mullett Arena will help elevate the program to the next level. (Courtesy of Sun Devil Athletics Media Relations)

Tucked in Tucson, the Roadrunners pave the way for hockey in a basketball town

TUCSON – Since arriving in 2016, the Tucson Roadrunners have built a strong culture in Tucson despite the city being primarily known for their basketball.

The Roadrunners will never compare to University of Arizona basketball's popularity in Tucson, but the organization engages the city's hockey community in its own unique way. (Photo by Rudy Aguado/Cronkite News)

Who’s got next? Jake Paul piques interest about next opponent after victory vs. Anderson Silva

GLENDALE – Jake Paul defeated Anderson Silva Saturday night in Paul’s biggest fight to date. Who will the internet sensation take on next as his boxing career continues to ramp up?


Ready to rumble: Jake Paul, Anderson Silva raise stakes with special bet for Saturday’s fight

GLENDALE – Separated by a 22-year age gap, Jake Paul and Anderson Silva prepare to square off in Saturday’s blockbuster bout. But before the fighters stepped foot in the ring, the headliners made a unique bet Thursday in the final press conference before their highly anticipated fight.


As NHL season starts without Keith Yandle, former teammates remember Coyotes defenseman

PHOENIX – Defenseman Keith Yandle made a strong impression on the Arizona Coyotes organization over his nine years with the franchise, putting him among Coyotes legends.

Keith Yandle had a long and accomplished career with the Coyotes before he was traded to the New York Rangers in 2015. (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

With an exciting young core and brand new arena, the Arizona Coyotes embark on a season like no other

TEMPE – The Arizona Coyotes kick off their season tonight in Pittsburgh as a new era for the franchise seems to be underway in the Valley.

The Arizona Coyotes open the 2022-23 regular season with optimism and excitement tonight in Pittsburgh. The team's first home game at Mullett Arena is scheduled for Oct. 28. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

Born without limbs, Carter Crosland defies the odds to inspire Wickenburg High School football

WICKENBURG – Coach Carter Crosland, born without limbs, has lived his life to the fullest despite all the obstacles that he has had to overcome.

Wickenburg assistant coach Carter Crosland, who was diagnosed with Tetra-Amelia syndrome at birth, takes a 40-minute ride on his motorized wheelchair to football practice. (Photo by Grace Edwards/Cronkite News)

Jake Paul, Anderson Silva express mutual respect ahead of blockbuster boxing bout

GLENDALE – Jake Paul and Anderson Silva face off in a press conference at Gila River Arena leading up to their fight on Oct. 29. The two fighters promoted their fight Tuesday getting fans excited for what's to come.