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  • Cardinals’ Larry Fitzgerald sees giving back as his personal responsibility

    Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald is entering his 15th season with the Cardinals and continues to carry his spirit of giving to the Arizona community and nationwide.
  • Brophy hopes to continue swimming dominance

    The Brophy Broncos swim team has won 30 straight high school state championships at the highest level in Arizona.
  • Going camping: Desert Vista builds brotherhood in Flagstaff

    Desert Vista has been traveling out of town the past 21 years to build a brotherhood in its program at camp, the last two years at Sinagua Middle School in Flagstaff.
  • Notre Dame Prep retools for another state championship run

    After falling to Peoria Centennial in the 5A state championship game 42-21, Notre Dame Prep football eyes another title run.
  • Fitzgerald reflects on quarterbacks, receivers: ‘I like where we are’

    With a new coach, new quarterbacks and new rookies, Fitzgerald discussed expectations for 2018 and what it means to play for the same team his entire career.
  • From Ghana to Rising: Friendship of Asante, Awako helps play on field

    For midfielders Solomon Asante and Galdson Awako, there is a relationship and friendship that stretches back to before the two’s time with Phoenix Rising.
  • Tillman, Grace headline 2018 Arizona Sports Hall of Fame induction class

    The late Pat Tillman and former Diamondback Mark Grace, among others, to be inducted into the Arizona Sports Hall of Fame.
  • Broken thumb hasn’t stopped A.J. Pollock from being key D-backs player

    Dbacks outfielder A.J. Pollock eclipsed his home run total from last season in nearly 200 fewer at-bats, setting himself up for a big free-agent payday.
  • ASU off to strong in-state recruiting start with 2019 class

    Four of the 11 recruits come from the Valley and look forward to staying close to home for college football.
  • ASU’s Manny Wilkins, N’Keal Harry have high expectations for 2018

    ASU quarterback Manny Wilkins and wide receiver N’Keal Harry enter the 2018 season with high expectations under new ASU football head coach Herm Edwards
  • Trade deadline additions position D-backs with depth for postseason push

    Despite not making any blockbuster moves, the Arizona Diamondbacks were busy at the 2018 trade deadline. What do those moves mean going forward?
  • Devin Booker impresses Griffin, uses time at Team USA minicamp to learn

    Devin Booker is using his time with USA Basketball to learn. He’s had conversations with Coach K and played one-on-one games with Kevin Durant and Paul George.
  • Diamondbacks hold mixed opinions about DH rule

    MLB’s designated hitter rule could soon be coming to the National League, but many Diamondbacks don’t agree with the potential rule change.
  • Larry Scott defends Pac-12’s shaky year, eyes future changes

    After a shaky year in football, basketball and financially, Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott defended his conference on Wednesday.
  • Difference between Edwards, Sumlin highlighted at Pac-12 Media Day

    New coaches Kevin Sumlin and Herm Edwards shared the stage on Wednesday at Pac-12 Media Day. The differences between the two new hires were on full display, setting the stage for a new era of college football in the state
  • ASU women’s triathlon program setting blueprint for success

    ASU women’s triathlon has won back-to-back national championships since their inaugural season and the rest of the nation is chasing their success.
  • First Manziel, now Tate: UA’s Sumlin excited about another dual-threat QB

    First-year Arizona coach Kevin Sumlin inherited another dual threat quarterback in Khalil Tate.
  • Health after the NFL: The highs and lows of a lineman’s weight journey

    Maintaining optimal NFL weight of 300-plus pounds – especially for players in the trenches – often requires unhealthy practices.
  • Diamondbacks weathered impactful injuries to stay in postseason hunt

    The Diamondbacks were able to weather injuries to All-Star talents in the first half and remain in the postseason hunt in the National League.
  • Cactus League economic impact makes double-figure jump

    Four months after the 2018 Cactus League season ended, an ASU study found that the event provided Arizona with an economic impact of more than $644 million.