VERRADO’S NIA DUPLAIN, right, attempts to drive around a Copper Canyon defender last season.  Duplain played well this summer for the Lady Vipers as they won one of two tournaments in which they played.
VERRADO’S NIA DUPLAIN, right, attempts to drive around a Copper Canyon defender last season. Duplain played well this summer for the Lady Vipers as they won one of two tournaments in which they played.
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VERRADO’S MERCEDEZ CLONINGIER, right, drives to the basket Jan. 14 against Copper Canyon. Cloningier is  being counted upon to provide senior leadership for the youthful Lady Vipers.
VERRADO’S MERCEDEZ CLONINGIER, right, drives to the basket Jan. 14 against Copper Canyon. Cloningier is being counted upon to provide senior leadership for the youthful Lady Vipers.
Tuesday, July 29, 2014
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Verrado had plenty of success this summer, fitting for a team coming off a 23-8 season with several returning players back in the fold. The Lady Vipers played in two tournaments, winning one of them. In the one they didn’t win, at Cave Creek Cactus Shadows, Verrado still finished 3-2. They... + continue reading
BILL THOMPSON, second from left, seen here with the rest of the cast of the Wallace and Ladmo show, died July 23.
BILL THOMPSON, second from left, seen here with the rest of the cast of the Wallace and Ladmo show, died July 23.
Tuesday, July 29, 2014
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There is always one relative you like better than the rest. Maybe it’s because you can tell he likes you more, or at least is willing to go out of his way to be a part of your life, or you’re the same age and grew up together or he lived the closest to you so you spent the most time... + continue reading
Tuesday, July 29, 2014
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You wanted pets, we give you pets. With this weekly feature, readers can view profiles of adoptable cats and dogs of various shapes and sizes from Glendale’s Sun Valley Animal Shelter. Most of the animals that will have their mugs shown in this space will be canines and felines that are a... + continue reading
ANTHONY HERNANDEZ, center, Desert Edge’s record-setting quarterback, tries to elude a Saguaro pass rusher during the Nov. 25 Division III state semifinal game.
ANTHONY HERNANDEZ, center, Desert Edge’s record-setting quarterback, tries to elude a Saguaro pass rusher during the Nov. 25 Division III state semifinal game.
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DESERT EDGE’S ELIJAH MARKS, left, tries to break the tackle attempt of a Youngker defender Oct. 4. Marks set a state record for receiving yardage last season, 2,153, and his 26 touchdowns established a Class 4A state single-season record.
DESERT EDGE’S ELIJAH MARKS, left, tries to break the tackle attempt of a Youngker defender Oct. 4. Marks set a state record for receiving yardage last season, 2,153, and his 26 touchdowns established a Class 4A state single-season record.
Tuesday, July 29, 2014
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Editor’s note: Over the next few issues, the West Valley View will be doing a recap of the 2013-14 high school sports season, highlighting the teams and individuals who stood out throughout the year. In the first story, on fall team accomplishments, Desert Edge’s run to the football... + continue reading
MILLENNIUM’S CHANDLER SOLIS, center, looks for a teammate to pass to while being hemmed in by Westview’s John Gray, left, and Dominic Sesma Dec. 13. Solis provided outside shooting for the Tigers during summer play.
MILLENNIUM’S CHANDLER SOLIS, center, looks for a teammate to pass to while being hemmed in by Westview’s John Gray, left, and Dominic Sesma Dec. 13. Solis provided outside shooting for the Tigers during summer play.
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BRIAN BROOKS, left, Millennium point guard, looks to pass to a teammate while being hounded by St. Mary’s Marcus Shaver last season. Brooks is being counted upon to provide ball handling and outside shooting for the Tigers this season.
BRIAN BROOKS, left, Millennium point guard, looks to pass to a teammate while being hounded by St. Mary’s Marcus Shaver last season. Brooks is being counted upon to provide ball handling and outside shooting for the Tigers this season.
Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Posted by Mike Russo
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Millennium struggled through an uncustomary losing season in 2012-13. The Tigers went 9-13, winning four of its last six games. They were hampered by the season-long absence of 6-foot-10 center Elston Jones, who has committed to Utah State University. It was only the second sub-.500 season in the... + continue reading
VERRADO’S NIA DUPLAIN, right, attempts to drive around a Copper Canyon defender last season.  Duplain played well this summer for the Lady Vipers as they won one of two tournaments in which they played.
VERRADO’S NIA DUPLAIN, right, attempts to drive around a Copper Canyon defender last season. Duplain played well this summer for the Lady Vipers as they won one of two tournaments in which they played.
,
VERRADO’S MERCEDEZ CLONINGIER, right, drives to the basket Jan. 14 against Copper Canyon. Cloningier is  being counted upon to provide senior leadership for the youthful Lady Vipers.
VERRADO’S MERCEDEZ CLONINGIER, right, drives to the basket Jan. 14 against Copper Canyon. Cloningier is being counted upon to provide senior leadership for the youthful Lady Vipers.
BILL THOMPSON, second from left, seen here with the rest of the cast of the Wallace and Ladmo show, died July 23.
BILL THOMPSON, second from left, seen here with the rest of the cast of the Wallace and Ladmo show, died July 23.
ANTHONY HERNANDEZ, center, Desert Edge’s record-setting quarterback, tries to elude a Saguaro pass rusher during the Nov. 25 Division III state semifinal game.
ANTHONY HERNANDEZ, center, Desert Edge’s record-setting quarterback, tries to elude a Saguaro pass rusher during the Nov. 25 Division III state semifinal game.
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DESERT EDGE’S ELIJAH MARKS, left, tries to break the tackle attempt of a Youngker defender Oct. 4. Marks set a state record for receiving yardage last season, 2,153, and his 26 touchdowns established a Class 4A state single-season record.
DESERT EDGE’S ELIJAH MARKS, left, tries to break the tackle attempt of a Youngker defender Oct. 4. Marks set a state record for receiving yardage last season, 2,153, and his 26 touchdowns established a Class 4A state single-season record.
MILLENNIUM’S CHANDLER SOLIS, center, looks for a teammate to pass to while being hemmed in by Westview’s John Gray, left, and Dominic Sesma Dec. 13. Solis provided outside shooting for the Tigers during summer play.
MILLENNIUM’S CHANDLER SOLIS, center, looks for a teammate to pass to while being hemmed in by Westview’s John Gray, left, and Dominic Sesma Dec. 13. Solis provided outside shooting for the Tigers during summer play.
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BRIAN BROOKS, left, Millennium point guard, looks to pass to a teammate while being hounded by St. Mary’s Marcus Shaver last season. Brooks is being counted upon to provide ball handling and outside shooting for the Tigers this season.
BRIAN BROOKS, left, Millennium point guard, looks to pass to a teammate while being hounded by St. Mary’s Marcus Shaver last season. Brooks is being counted upon to provide ball handling and outside shooting for the Tigers this season.

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You wanted pets, we give you pets. With this weekly feature, readers can view profiles of adoptable cats and dogs of various shapes and sizes from Glendale’s Sun Valley Animal Shelter. Most... + continue reading

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ANTHONY HERNANDEZ, center, Desert Edge’s record-setting quarterback, tries to elude a Saguaro pass rusher during the Nov. 25 Division III state semifinal game.
ANTHONY HERNANDEZ, center, Desert Edge’s record-setting quarterback, tries to elude a Saguaro pass rusher during the Nov. 25 Division III state semifinal game.
,
DESERT EDGE’S ELIJAH MARKS, left, tries to break the tackle attempt of a Youngker defender Oct. 4. Marks set a state record for receiving yardage last season, 2,153, and his 26 touchdowns established a Class 4A state single-season record.
DESERT EDGE’S ELIJAH MARKS, left, tries to break the tackle attempt of a Youngker defender Oct. 4. Marks set a state record for receiving yardage last season, 2,153, and his 26 touchdowns established a Class 4A state single-season record.
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Editor’s note: Over the next few issues, the West Valley View will be doing a recap of the 2013-14 high school sports season, highlighting the teams and individuals who stood out throughout the... + continue reading
SEBASTION LUCERO, center, tries to drive the lane for Tonopah Valley last season against Bourgade Catholic. Lucero is one of several returning guards who displayed improvement over the summer.
SEBASTION LUCERO, center, tries to drive the lane for Tonopah Valley last season against Bourgade Catholic. Lucero is one of several returning guards who displayed improvement over the summer.
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MILLENNIUM’S CHANDLER SOLIS, center, looks for a teammate to pass to while being hemmed in by Westview’s John Gray, left, and Dominic Sesma Dec. 13. Solis provided outside shooting for the Tigers during summer play.
MILLENNIUM’S CHANDLER SOLIS, center, looks for a teammate to pass to while being hemmed in by Westview’s John Gray, left, and Dominic Sesma Dec. 13. Solis provided outside shooting for the Tigers during summer play.
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BRIAN BROOKS, left, Millennium point guard, looks to pass to a teammate while being hounded by St. Mary’s Marcus Shaver last season. Brooks is being counted upon to provide ball handling and outside shooting for the Tigers this season.
BRIAN BROOKS, left, Millennium point guard, looks to pass to a teammate while being hounded by St. Mary’s Marcus Shaver last season. Brooks is being counted upon to provide ball handling and outside shooting for the Tigers this season.
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VERRADO’S NIA DUPLAIN, right, attempts to drive around a Copper Canyon defender last season.  Duplain played well this summer for the Lady Vipers as they won one of two tournaments in which they played.
VERRADO’S NIA DUPLAIN, right, attempts to drive around a Copper Canyon defender last season. Duplain played well this summer for the Lady Vipers as they won one of two tournaments in which they played.
,
VERRADO’S MERCEDEZ CLONINGIER, right, drives to the basket Jan. 14 against Copper Canyon. Cloningier is  being counted upon to provide senior leadership for the youthful Lady Vipers.
VERRADO’S MERCEDEZ CLONINGIER, right, drives to the basket Jan. 14 against Copper Canyon. Cloningier is being counted upon to provide senior leadership for the youthful Lady Vipers.
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Michael Eugene Rogers Michael Eugene Rogers, 62, of Buckeye died July 23, 2014, at his home from heart failure. Mr. Rogers was born Nov. 21, 1951, in Safford to Billie Horner and Norman Rogers. He... + continue reading