PHOENIX - Jalen Williams is having a breakout basketball season at Santa Clara University. Williams is receiving NBA attention.
LOS ANGELES – As Arizona Cardinals fans watch the Super Bowl today, they will likely be looking forward to 2023, when State Farm Stadium hopes the big game.
PHOENIX – After stops at Chandler, Arizona State and Arizona Western, quarterback Bryce Perkins finds his way to Super Bowl LVI.
TEMPE – Preston Summerhays comes from a strong lineage of golfers and has been sponsored to play in the WM Phoenix Open. A dream that he has carried through childhood, high school and college, Summerhays will now play among the best golfers in the world.
PHOENIX – The Arizona Coyotes hosted the second annual Skatin’ for Leighton at Phoenix Raceway. Plenty of Arizona hockey community members made it out to the 12-hour charity event that was also a nod to Matt Schott.
PHOENIX – Brian Beazer, who was better known to Arizona Rattlers fans as the iconic Harley-Davidson-riding mascot ‘Fang,’ passed away at 65. Past and present members of the organization remembered him on and off the field.
PHOENIX – Phoenix’s Matthew Knies was selected to play for Team USA men’s hockey during the 2022 Winter Olympics after NHL officials decided in December not to free its players to take part in the Winter Games.
TEMPE – Jacob Bullard transferred to Arizona State after two years on the Texas men’s tennis team and promptly had to compete against his former teammates.
ASU offensive coordinator Zak Hill resigns; report says 3 other assistants out amid NCAA investigation
PHOENIX – ASU Offensive coordinator Zak Hill resigns amid NCAA investigation. Three other assistants reportedly out.
SURPRISE – Athletes from Shadow Ridge High School have qualified for the Special Olympics World Winter Games in Kazan, Russia, in 2023, but still need to raise money for the trip.
WASHINGTON - The Senate began debate Tuesday on a pair of sweeping voting-rights bills, despite a GOP filibuster likely to block any vote on the bills. But advocates, including some hunger strikers, hope to bring enough pressure to bear to eventually win passage of the bills.
PHOENIX – Over 30 million Hispanic Americans consider themselves NFL fans. Despite the numbers, that fails to translate to participation in the sport at all levels.