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Mountain View’s Richie Estrada led the Mountain Lions to a 21-7 victory over Canyon Del Oro l on Friday night.
This week just three area teams are ranked in their respective top-10 polls, while two more were still receiving votes despite suffering loses last week.
Five of the six Northwest area football teams were ranked in their respecitve top-10 of the ACS Football rankings.
On Friday, Mother Nature provided the greatest obstacle the Mountain View Mountain Lions have faced during the season’s first three weeks.
The latest media rankings for high school football are out and there is starting to be a lot of moving going on as the season gets into its fourth week.
The Mountain View High School football program will be looking to return to the Division II playoffs under second-year coach Clarence “Bam” McRae, who turned what was a struggling program into a legitimate threat in 2012. Prior to last season, the Mountain Lions’ last playoff appearance was 2008.
Hopes were high at Catalina Foothills when Jeff Scurran became the head coach prior to last season. Although the Falcons were coming off an 0-10 season, Scurran had a reputation for quick turnarounds. The expectations were high, but they were met.
The high school football season was in full swing for its third week of action with dominating performances by the Mountain View Mountain Lions and the Ironwood Ridge Nighthawks. Meanwhile, the rest of the pack is still finding their stride as they look to improve for their fourth game of the season.
The Mountain View Mountain Lions may be coming together, if their performance in last week's Northwest Desert Classic basketball tournament is any indication.
Are the Mountain View Mountain Lions for real? Judging from Friday’s 14-7 victory over Canyon Del Oro High School, all signals are pointing to yes.
A brief breakdown of the week's football games, including the game of the week: Marana vs. Mountain View. We also take a look back at Ironwood Ridge's tough season opener against Liberty.
The high school football season is less than two weeks away, with the bulk of the teams getting started a week later. Here is a week by week schedule of the Northwest teams.
Exactly how “Stormin’ Bandits” became a sub-species name for tigers is a mystery, but that’s the tag head coach Willie Dudley attached to his outside linebackers.
There are folks in this world around whom urban legends spring up. These people, by virtue of being mild-mannered and soft-spoken, have an air of mystery about them that leads to wild speculation and the birth of myth. Bob Newman, wrestling coach at Mountain View High School, is one of these people.
The Pima Community College football program has its new leading man as the athletics department selected Jim Monaco as its new interim head football coach on Monday. The hiring is pending Board of Governors’ approval.
Louis Payne is 5-10 and 220 pounds, a block of a young man who can bench press 335 pounds and loves to fly about the football field, hitting anyone in sight.
Northwest High School Athletics Schedule for the Week of August 25-30
Monday, September 15
Monday, September 29
Catalina Foothills opened the 2014 football season with an easy 63-0 win over Desert View on Friday night.
The Pusch Ridge and Mountain View football teams were both in action on Friday night, but each had different results.
High School sports schedule for the Northwest Teams, Marana, Mountain View, Catalina Foothills, Ironwood Ridge, CDO and Pusch Ridge. Weather will most likely wipe out Monday's golf matches.