Tuesday, August 29, 2006

#1 Mingus Top #2 Sunnyslope

Very rarely does Week 1 of the high school football season look like a state championship game. That was the case Friday when the two top teams in Class 4A Division II met.

Cottonwood Minguas entered the game against Phoenix Sunnyslope as the #1 and #2 ranked teams in the state, and neither team disappointed with top-ranked Mingus holding off Sunnyslope 26-24.

To read a game wrap-up, please click on the Arizona High School Football Huddle headline "#1 Mingus Top #2 Sunnyslope".

Arizona High School Football Scores Week 1

2006 Arizona High School Football Scores

Arizona Lutheran 39, San Manuel 6
Arizona Valley Lutheran 35, Patagonia 0
Basha 45 Tuscon 0
Bisbee 20, Douglas 19
Coolidge 27, Snowflake 7
Elfrida Valley Union 52, Clifton 14
Empire 32, Phoenix North Pointe Prep 0
Florence 22, Estrella Foothills 0
Heber Mogollon 28, Pima 14
Mayer 48, Duncan 6
Phoenix Bourgade Catholic 17, Willcox 6
Queen Creek Canyon State Academy 34, Fort Thomas 8
Rincon/University 34, Nogales 6
Sabino 33, Phoenix Moon Valley 0
Safford 51, Ganado 6
Sahuarita 20, Benson 0
St. David 45, Ajo 6
St. Johns 12, Thatcher 7
Tombstone 43, Colonia Juarez (Mexico) 0
Topawa Baboquivari 22, Phoenix Westwind Prep 0
Wickenburg 34, Eloy Santa Cruz 16
Winkelman Hayden 43, Maricopa 0


Apache Junction 40, Goodyear Desert Edge 7
Avondale Agua Fria 38, Prescott Valley Bradshaw Mountain 6
Bagdad 59, Salome 22
Buckeye 31, Surprise Willow Canyon 12
Bullhead City Mohave 26, River Valley 14
Camp Verde 21, Sedona Red Rock 0
Cave Creek Cactus Shadows 55, Glendale Kellis 6
Chandler Hamilton 21, Mesa Red Mountain 7
Cottonwood Mingus 26, Phoenix Sunnyslope 24
Flagstaff Sinagua 13, Glendale Copper Canyon 6
Fort Defiance Window Rock 42, Many Farms 8
Glendale Independence 28, Phoenix Pinnacle 14
Glendale Sandra Day O’Connor 22, Boulder Creek 8
Globe 28, Mesa Skyline junior team 19
Lakeside Blue Ridge 25, Fountain Hills 6
Payson 29, Parker 6
Scottsdale Notre Dame Prep 26, Phoenix Cortez 12
Springerville Round Valley 47, Kayenta Monument Valley 0
Tuba City 48, Shiprock (N.M.) 0
Whiteriver Alchesay 36, Williams 0
Winslow 39, Holbrook 0

Friday, August 25, 2006

Season Kicks Off Tonight

Yes, the season is finally here, and the Arizona Republic has some thoughts on the season ahead. To read the story, click on the Arizona High School Football Huddle headline "Season Kicks Off Tonight".

Friday, July 07, 2006

Hamilton and Red Mountain To Kickoff At ASU?

Negotiations are just about complete that would have Hamilton and Red Mountain meet on August 25th in The Kickoff Classic at Arizona State's Sun Devil Stadium. The game would be televised by Cox TV. To read more on the negotiations that should be competed by next week, please click on the Arizona High School Football Huddle headline "Hamilton and Red Mountain To Kickoff At ASU?".

Wickenburg Releases 2006 High School Football Schedule

3A semifinalist Wickenburg has released its 2006 high school football schedule. The Wranglers, who finished 11-2 last year, return junior quarterback Drew Vaughan along with senior running backs Scott McKeever and Jeff Adler, plus senior wide receiver Tyler Murphy.

Here's a look at Wickenburg's 2006 schedule:

8/25 Santa Cruz
9/1 @ Northwest Community Christian
9/8 Scottsdale Christian
9/15 Estrella Foothills
9/22 @ Chino Valley
9/29 River Valley
10/6 Fountain Hills
10/20 Parker
11/3 @ Sedona Red Rock

Sunday, June 18, 2006

North Holds On To Defeat South In 4A-5A All-Star Game

The North All-Stars needed a goal line stand to defeat the South 27-20 in the Class 4A-5A All-Star Game Saturday night. Horizon High's Stefan Demos knocked down a fourth down pass at the goal line with 59 seconds to go to preserve the win. For a completed game recap from the Arizona Republic, please click on the Arizona High School Football Huddle headline "North Holds On To Defeat South In 4A-5A All-Star Game".

Thursday, May 25, 2006

Tempe & Mountain Pointe Spring Practice

The Arizona High School Football Huddle is getting fans excited for the upcoming 2006 high school football season by posting stories about spring practice around the state. Today read about Tempe and Mountain Pointe in the Arizona Republic by clicking on our headline "Tempe & Mountain Pointe Spring Practice".

Friday, May 19, 2006

NFL's New Cardinal Stadium May Host 5A & 4A High School Football Championship Games

Arizona's 5A and 4A high school football championship games may be played in the Arizona Cardinals new stadium in Glendale in December. The Arizona Interscholastic Association is working on a plan to move the games, which were played at Sun Devil Stadium (5A) and Arizona Stadium (4A) in Tuscon last year.

In addition, the AIA is working on new dates and states for the 3A and 2A title games. The 1A championship game will stay at Apache Juntion High School's field

Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Paralyzed Player Heads Back To Class

Here's a heartwarming story of Hamilton High football player Joe Jackson, who returned to class for the first time since breaking his neck during practice last fall.

To read the story in azcentral.com, please click on the Arizona High School Football Huddle headline "Paralyzed Player Heads Back To Class".
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