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Earlier this month 13 Oro Valley Dolphin football players were honored at a scholarship luncheon for the Tucson Youth Football and Spirit Federation.
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Mountain View’s appeal of their one-year probation was denied by the Arizona Interscholastic Association on Wednesday, meaning the Mountain Lions will not participate in the 2015 postseason.
The Mountain View football team has decided to appeal the one-year probation and postseason ban for recruitment that was placed on the program last week. A decision on the appeal is expected by Wednesday afternoon.
Mountain View's Blake Dyer drives Tucson's Austin Perkins out of bounds.
Tucson High School's Austin Perkins breaks through Mountain View High School defender Bryce Coleman's grasp inside the 10-yard line during the first quarter at Tucson High Magnet Schoolon Friday, Oct. 24, 2014.
Late in the third quarter Mountain View's Jeff Cotton tries to take the ball down the field, but doesn't get far with Tucson High's Edward Miranda.
Mountain View running back Bryce Coleman.
Tucson High's Edward Miranda makes a diving leap to defend Mountain View's Sebastian Spencer.
Mountain View's Damion Shepard stripes the ball from Tucson High's Lawrence Wallace.
Ironwood Ridge can safely boast that they are Tucson’s best team after beating Salpointe 48-17 on Friday night in a battle of the last two southern Arizona state champions.
Mountain View Justice Summerset saved his best for last. After a very slow start, the junior made the big plays needed to help the Mountain Lions down Tucson High 24-21.
Tucson High School's Perkins Austin (20) breaks through Mountain View High School defender Bryce Coleman's (2) grasp inside the 10-yard line during the first quarter at Tucson High Magnet School.
Three area teams remained ranked, with Ironwood Ridge holding the highest as the No. 3 team in Division 2. Pusch Ridge is eighth in Division 5, although they have their playoff berth wrapped up. Both the Nighthawks and CDO can clinched Sectional titles, and the automatic bids that accompany them this week with wins.
Ironwood Ridge High School quarterback Michael Franzese attempts to break past two Mountain View defenders.
Ironwood Ridge High School quarterback Michael Franzese shakes off Mountain View defender Damion Shepard during a scoring drive late in the third quarter of Friday night’s game.
Ironwood Ridge High School's Gabe Villa (3) breaks up a pass intended for Mountain View High School's Corey Matthews (28) during the first quarter of the Northwest rivalry matchup in Tucson, Ariz. on Friday, Oct. 17, at Mountain View High School.
The Mountain View football program was placed on probation, but three football players were granted eligibility during a meeting of the Arizona Interscholastic Association's Executive Board on Monday.
On Sunday 11 Marana Broncos players and cheerleaders were honored at a scholarship luncheon for the Tucson Youth Football and Spirit Federation.
Ironwood Ridge made a serious claim to being Tucson’s best team after beating Mountain View 42-7 on Friday night. The win is the Nighthawks’ seventh in a row and puts Ironwood Ridge in the driver’s seat for the sectional championship and an automatic berth in the Division II state playoffs.