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  • Arizona high school football recruits still committing amid coronavirus

    Despite visiting campuses few times if at all in some cases, class of 2021 high school football prospects from Arizona are committing at record rates.
  • COVID-19 prompts junior colleges to push for cancellation of sports

    The 2020-21 school year for Maricopa County community colleges may not include sports, schools await a decision by the district chancellor.
  • New Coyotes CEO Xavier A. Gutierrez looks to reach Latino community

    New Coyotes CEO Xavier A. Gutierrez is the first Latino president and CEO in NHL history and hopes to reach new fans in the Valley.
  • Full pay, 22-game season in Florida on tap for Phoenix Mercury

    Another league has agreed on a return-to-play plan in the month of July. This time it’s the WNBA, whose members include the Phoenix Mercury.
  • Phoenix Rising players await news on resumption of USL Championship

    Phoenix Rising FC and the USL Championship are set to resume play July 11 while players wait on more details for the return.
  • ‘I stand for what is right’: Cardinals’ Murray will kneel during anthem

    Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray said he will join others and plans to kneel during the National Anthem this season.
  • COVID-19 pandemic forces Mercury to cut players without seeing them

    The Phoenix Mercury cut four players despite not having a training camp yet because of the coronavirus pandemic.
  • It’s official: Phoenix Suns will play again this season

    After months of speculation, the Phoenix Suns will be one of the teams whose season will resume in Orlando. Their path, however, won’t be easy.
  • Temperature checks, no high 5s among AIA guidelines for high school sports

    The Arizona Interscholastic Association issued coronavirus guidelines Thursday for the possible return of high school athletics in the fall.
  • Pac-12 OKs in-person workouts, tries to solve puzzle of COVID-19 state rules

    Although the Pac-12 delivered news that suggested an on-time start to the college football season is possible, it still must wait to see how the six states that house the conference teams will handle the pandemic.