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Catalina Foothills Baseball Attempt To Continue Dominant Play

Continuing the series of outlooking high school baseball teams ahead of the new season, the Catalina Foothills Falcons are up next.Championship AppearanceThe Falcons finished last season with an incredible 27-3-1 record and made it to the 5A conference championship. The team outscored opponents 240-116 throughout the season. TRIPLE PLAY FOR THE W! Branden Franz (...

Continuing the series of outlooking high school baseball teams ahead of the new season, the Catalina Foothills Falcons are up next.

Championship Appearance

The Falcons finished last season with an incredible 27-3-1 record and made it to the 5A conference championship. The team outscored opponents 240-116 throughout the season.

TRIPLE PLAY FOR THE W!

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— Five Tool Arizona (@FiveToolAZ) May 11, 2023

Despite the outstanding year, Catalina fell just short and lost 15-8 to Casteel in the championship game. They entered the playoffs as the No. 1 seed and were undoubtedly the team to beat in the conference.

Even with the disappointing loss at the end, the Falcons put together a near-perfect season and gave themselves something to build off of in the future.

Departures

The team did lose five of its six top-hit leaders to graduation from last season’s team. This includes their top-two hit leaders in shortstop Troy Sanders and outfielder/pitcher Anthony Diaz.

Losing several key players after such a successful season makes it difficult to replicate, but the team has the guys to do it.

Thank you seniors and all the players for a great season! GO FALCONS!

— Catalina Foothills Baseball (@CatFootBaseball) May 20, 2023

Current junior shortstop Ganon Dwyer batted .344 on 33 hits and 26 RBIs in his second year. That included nine doubles, one triple, and three home runs.

Dwyer and the rest of the players will look to step up and keep the team at a championship level despite the departures.

Catalina Foothills’ Season Outlook

While it is difficult to top a season like last year or replicate it, this Falcons team and head coach Lance Robertson are the team to do it.

As with all losses, Catalina will use it as fuel and as a learning experience.

After falling short of becoming 5A champions last season, their goal will be to overcome that and be crowned the championship title in 2024.

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Desert Mountain, Catalina Foothills, Phoenix Country Day sweep state high school tennis championships

The AIA tennis season wrapped up at Paseo Racquet Center in Glendale on Saturday with the boys' and girls' team championships in Division I, II and III, along with individual and doubles titles. Scottsdale Desert Mountain, Tucson Catalina Foothills and Phoenix Country Day all showed why they have been among the top programs in Arizona in recent years. Here's a rundown:Division I: Desert Mountain wins boys, girls championshipsThe Wolves took home both the boys' and girls' Division I team tennis championships Sat...

The AIA tennis season wrapped up at Paseo Racquet Center in Glendale on Saturday with the boys' and girls' team championships in Division I, II and III, along with individual and doubles titles. Scottsdale Desert Mountain, Tucson Catalina Foothills and Phoenix Country Day all showed why they have been among the top programs in Arizona in recent years. Here's a rundown:

Division I: Desert Mountain wins boys, girls championships

The Wolves took home both the boys' and girls' Division I team tennis championships Saturday, with both teams clinching their titles after their singles flights were completed.

The No. 1 girls team swept their singles mathes against No. 3 Desert Vista 5-0. The team result was sealed in the battle of the No. 2s, when Desert Mountain sophomore Tessa Watchel won the final point against Desert Vista sophomore Natalie Visic, the Division I singles runner-up, to give Watchel her the second set victory 6-4 and the flight victory 2-0. That sealed Desert Mountain's third consecutive Division I championship. and third straight undefeated season.

“These girls have worked so hard,” said Wolves head coach Kim Dever. “They have just worked out hard in our tournaments and just brought it today. It was exciting to see every one of our courts fighting hard.”

The only team that managed to take a set off of Desert Mountain in the playoffs was No. 4 Hamilton in the semifinals, but the Wolves took care of them 5-2.

The Wolves' boys team was seeded No. 3, but won the boys team championship over No. 1 Brophy Prep, another Arizona high school tennis power. The Broncos entered the championship match having won seven of the last 10 Division I championships, their last title loss coming against Desert Mountain in 2021.

On Saturday, the championship came down to the battle of the No. 6 competitors, Desert Mountain senior Yuki Matsui versus Brophy junior Austin Kos, coming down to a tiebreaker. Matsui avenged his loss earlier in the season to Kos, 10-5, clinching Desert Mountain's second boys team tennis title in the past three seasons.

"I couldn't be prouder of these kids," said Desert Mountain boys head coach Jay Curtis. "I have three freshmen in this group doing this so it's even more impressive."

Division II: Catalina Foothills reigns supreme

Catalina Foothills has been a dominant D-II program and showed again why Saturday, winning both the boys and girls championships again. The boys went into their match against No. 5 Flagstaff having won eight consecutive Division II championships. The girls went into their match against No. 2 AZ College Prep having won four straight.

The No. 1 girls conceded 10 sets combined in their first five singles matches Saturday, but sealed the title in the No. 4 matchup when senior Maria Aranguren swept AZ College Prep junior Yewon Kim 6-0 in their second set.

"I'm pretty proud of these girls," said Catalina Foothills head coach Daniel Root. "They had to live up to a stellar team that preceded them, and they just did a magnificent job."

The boys' team would soon follow suit, sweeping No. 5 Flagstaff in their singles flights 5-0 against giving No. 2 Catalina Foothills their ninth straight boys Division II title, which is now a state record.

"It's a legacy," said Catalina Foothills head coach Jeffry Bloomberg. "Go back 10 years ago when we started this run, and these kids fed into that, they know what the deal is and they know what the record is, and they just wanted to keep it going." The title is Bloomberg's seventh as the head coach.

In a faceoff of the No. 5 players, Catalina Foothills senior Suraj Shah defeated Flagstaff freshman August Fahy 7-5 in their second set, giving Shah the match victory and sealing the championship.

Division III: Phoenix Country Day takes boys, girls titles

Last season, Phoenix Country Day took home both boys and girls team tennis trophies. To try and do it again in consecutive seasons is easier said than done, but that's what the Eagles did on Saturday, winning both the boys and girls team championships.

On the girls side, No. 5 Phoenix Country Day swept No. 3 Tucson Pusch Ridge 5-0 in the singles flights, making the Eagles back-to-back champions.

"We continue to strive for excellence," said Phoenix Country Day head coach Jerry Keever. "We work really hard to peak at the state tournament, and we had good competition and we persevered."

In the No 4 singles duel, Phoenix Country Day senior Elle Bartolino sealed the deal for the Eagles when she won her second set versus Pusch Ridge senior Madi Van Holsbeke 6-4. That gave Bartolino the match victory and the Eagles' fifth win of the singles flights.

After the girls played, the boys took the court. In the closest match of the day, No. 2 Phoenix Country Day was in a fight with No. 1 Thatcher.

After four singles flights, the score was knotted at 2-2. In the match of No. 3s, Phoenix Country Day sophomore Carter Kroeger won against Thatcher junior Blake Kartchner 10-8 in their third tiebreaker set to give the Eagles a 3-2 lead. In the final singles flight of the day and the closest match, Phoenix Country Day sophomore Linus Gino-Griffiths and Thatcher junior Gee Huish went back and forth in the third tiebreaker set, with no real separation from either player. It took 13 points, but Huish was able to even up the score once again in a marathon 13-11 victory in the third set, which meant for the first time all day, doubles would be played.

The two teams split two doubles matchups, with the No. 2 Phoenix Country Day team of Kroeger and senior Tyler Tam awith No. 3 Thatcher team of junior Brock Smith and senior Carter Bryce winning in their respective matchups. It came down to the No. 1 doubles flight. Thatcher had the early lead, having a 3-2 set lead. But the reigning Division III doubles champions of junior Jacques Sevrain and Gino-Griffiths went on a 5-1 run to give Phoenix Country Day their fifth point of the match and the much coveted three-peat.

"I felt fairly confident that we had two strong doubles teams," said Keever. "(The No. 1 team matchup) was close, it was very competitive, but they prevailed as doubles champions do."

Singles championships

Division I boys: Mountain Ridge junior Lincoln Baldonado def. Desert Mountain senior Trevor Rein (4-6, 6-4, 10-7)

Division I girls: Desert Vista senior Sydney Schnell def. Desert Vista sophomore Natalie Visic (3-6, 6-0, 11-9)

Division II boys: Raymond S. Kellis senior Adam Sun def. Catalina Foothills senior Jared Perry (6-2, 6-2)

Division II girls: Canyon View sophomore Zaria McGinty def. Ironwood sophomore Sasha Tijore (7-5, 6-1)

Division III boys: Rancho Solano Prep freshman Jaden Litt def. Scottsdale Prep senior Connor Swenson (6-3, 6-3)

Division III girls: Scottsdale Prep junior Nandini Patel def. Rancho Solano Prep junior Siona Vallabhaneni (6-4, 6-4).

Doubles championships

Division I boys: Brophy junior Andre Johnson and senior Hadley Kukla def. Desert Mountain freshmen Jeronimo Ledesma and Daniel Yuke (6-3, 6-3)

Division I girls: Desert Mountain senior Julia Frazier and sophomore Tessa Watchel def. Xavier Prep juniors Danielle Dyer and Belani Soto (6-3, 7-6(3)) .

Division II boys: Catalina Foothills sophomore Jason Jia and junior Santiago Lietzau def. Paradise Valley junior Nimith Gurijala and senior Jason Latz (4-6, 6-3, 10-8)

Division II girls: Notre Dame Prep freshman Gracie Cranford and senior Kira Lehman def. Catalina Foothills junior Morgan Filer and senior Maria Aranguren (6-1, 6-4)

Division III boys: Phoenix Country Day sophomores Jacques Sevrain and Linus Gino-Griffiths def. Veritas Prep seniors Ian Townsend and Jack Victor (6-3, 3-6, 10-8)

Division III girls: Chandler Prep senior Gaby Chu and junior Sonali Bhalla def. Gilbert Christian seniors Isabella Branton and Margaret Rowan (6-3, 7-5).

2023 Southern Arizona High School Football Spotlight: Catalina Foothills Falcons

4A KINO — CATALINA FOOTHILLS2022 record: 6-4 overall, 4-1 in 4A Gila (second)2023 record: 1-0 overallHead coach: Daniel Sainz, 13-8, third year at Catalina Foothills and overall.CLICK HERE TO ACCESS ALLSPORTSTUCSON.COM’S 2023 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SPOTLIGHTSKey returners:CAT...

4A KINO — CATALINA FOOTHILLS

2022 record: 6-4 overall, 4-1 in 4A Gila (second)

2023 record: 1-0 overall

Head coach: Daniel Sainz, 13-8, third year at Catalina Foothills and overall.

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Key returners:

CATALINA FOOTHILLS COACH DANIEL SAINZ

CATALINA FOOTHILLS RB SAMUEL DELGADO

CATALINA FOOTBALLS OL GIOVANNI ARENAS

Notes: Daniel Sainz was an offensive line coach at Sahuaro High School under Scott McKee for nine seasons before becoming the head coach at Catalina Foothills in April 2021. Sainz was a senior center listed at 5-foot-11 and 180 pounds at Santa Rita when Jeff Scurran coached the Eagles to the state championship game in 2008. Sainz’s offensive lines at Sahuaro were productive in terms of helping to generate a very potent running game. In the Cougars’ 2019 season, they rushed for 3,310 yards and three of their running backs gained at least 700 yards. Before Sainz became the offensive line coach, he served one season as an apprentice on McKee’s staff. … Catalina Foothills has experienced two 6-4 seasons under Sainz but did not qualify for the postseason each year. … RB Samuel Delgado rushed for 1,149 yards on 134 carries with 18 touchdowns last season. His rushed for more than 200 yards in the last two games of the season (241 yards on 20 carries with three touchdowns in a win over Sahuaro and 203 yards on 28 carries with three touchdowns in a loss to Walden Grove). … Catalina Foothills plays four of its five non-region games on the road and four of its five region games at home. The Falcons went from the 4A Gila to the 4A Kino this year. They will play Sahuaro, CDO, Mica Mountain, Walden Grove and Pueblo. … One of the Falcons’ top players last year — Cole Revis — is a freshman tight end at NAU who will be in Tucson on Saturday with the Lumberjacks for the game at Arizona Stadium. … Giovanni Arenas, a senior offensive guard, was a member of the TYFSF 14U All-Star Team that played in the national championship game at Orlando, Fla., in 2019. He is a two-time first-team all-region selection at Catalina Foothills. …

Keep an eye out for: TE/OLB Jack Egginton, a 6-foot-4 and 225 pounds. He has more of a basketball background coming from Australia. Only a junior, he should develop nicely in both sports and become a college prospect.

23. CATALINA FOOTHILLS (3-4, 1-1)

Head coach: Daniel SainzFalcons compete in the 4A Kino. *Region game. Games at 7 p.m.

DateOpponentW/LOvrReg
8/25at CombsW, 20-161-00-0
9/1Yuma CatholicL, 37-201-10-0
9/8at Buena*L, 33-281-20-0
9/14at Pusch RidgeL, 28-131-30-0
9/22at TucsonW, 28-212-30-0
9/29Sahuaro*W, 43-73-31-0
10/6Canyon del Oro*L, 50-143-41-1
10/20Walden Grove*------
10/27at Pueblo*------
11/3Mica Mountain*------

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2023 Southern Arizona Girls Swim All-Stars

STATE CHAMPIONSD-II 50 FREE: Amber Janky, Jr. Catalina Foothills (23.51)D-II 100 FREE: Amber Janky, Jr. Catalina Foothills (50.97)D-II 200 FREE RELAY: Catalina Foothills 1:37.85 (Wren Smith, Julia Beskind, Leila Stafford, Amber Janky)STATE SECOND PLACECatalina Foothills TeamD-II 400 FREE RELAY: Catalina Foothills 3:31.50 (Leila Stafford, Lillian Li, Wren Smith, Amber Janky)D-III 100 BREAST: Reagan Edquid, Fr. Pusch Ridge (1:05.58)D-III 200 IM: Reagan Edquid, Fr. Pusch Ridge (2:09.63)STA...

STATE CHAMPIONSD-II 50 FREE: Amber Janky, Jr. Catalina Foothills (23.51)D-II 100 FREE: Amber Janky, Jr. Catalina Foothills (50.97)D-II 200 FREE RELAY: Catalina Foothills 1:37.85 (Wren Smith, Julia Beskind, Leila Stafford, Amber Janky)

STATE SECOND PLACECatalina Foothills TeamD-II 400 FREE RELAY: Catalina Foothills 3:31.50 (Leila Stafford, Lillian Li, Wren Smith, Amber Janky)D-III 100 BREAST: Reagan Edquid, Fr. Pusch Ridge (1:05.58)D-III 200 IM: Reagan Edquid, Fr. Pusch Ridge (2:09.63)

STATE THIRD PLACED-II 50 FREE: Julia Beskind, Sr. Catalina Foothills (24.54)D-II 100 FREE: Leila Stafford, Fr. Catalina Foothills (52.61)D-II 200 FREE: Leila Stafford, Fr. Catalina Foothills (1:53.99)D-II 500 FREE: Laura Manley, Sr. Canyon del Oro (5:07.13)D-II 200 IM: Lilian Li, Jr. Catalina Foothills (2:09.36)D-II 200 MED RELAY: Canyon del Oro 1:53.04 (Gwyneth Safranek, Sarah Seppala, Lauren Anderson, Ella Kwapich)D-III 500 FREE: Desiree Blute, So. Gregory School (5:10.60)

ALL-SOUTHERN ARIZONA

SWIMMER OF THE YEARAmber Janky, Jr. Catalina Foothills

COACH OF THE YEARTamara Brandhuber, Catalina Foothills

DIVISION I ALL-STARS

SWIMMER OF THE YEARKaci Kelaher, Sr. Rincon/UHS

COACH OF THE YEARJennifer Quijada, Rincon/University High

50 FREE: Kaci Kelaher, Sr. Rincon/UHS; Violet Hilderbrand, So. Marana; Megan Zhu, So. Rincon/UHS100 FREE: Kaci Kelaher, Sr. Rincon/UHS; Abby Miller, So. Rincon/UHS; Violet Hilderbrand, So. Marana200 FREE: Kaci Kelaher, Sr. Rincon/UHS; Ella Franklin, Jr. Rincon/UHS; Emily Nielsen, Rincon/UHS500 FREE: Ella Franklin, Jr. Rincon/UHS; Emily Nielsen, Rincon/UHS; Abby Stadheim, Jr. Rincon/UHS200 IM: Vita Carr, Fr. Tucson; Sienna Whitter, Fr. Tucson; Carly Kaplan, Jr. Marana100 BACK: Abby Miller, So. Rincon/UHS; Megan Zhu, So. Rincon/UHS; Ella Franklin, Jr. Rincon/UHS100 BREAST: Naliah Salvador, Jr. Tucson; Megan Zhu, So. Rincon/UHS; Sienna Whitter, Fr. Tucson100 FLY: Kaci Kelaher, Sr. Rincon/UHS; Vita Carr, Fr. Tucson; Abby Miller, So. Rincon/UHS200 MED RELAY: Rincon/UHS (Ella Franklin, Megan Zhu, Abby Miller, Emily Nielson); Tucson (Sienna Whitter, Naliah Salvador, Vita Carr, Abigail Deyo); Marana (Violet Hilderbrand, Lucy Comaduran, Lane Gardner, Cheree Hamilton)200 FREE RELAY: Rincon/UHS (Abby Miller, Tara Teslow, Megan Zhu, Kaci Kelaher); Marana (Violet Hilderbrand, Cheree Hamilton, Kennedy Chesnut, Lane Gardner); Tucson (Vita Carr; Adele Baer; Sienna Whitter; Naliah Salvador)400 FREE RELAY: Rincon/UHS (Kaci Kelaher, Abby Stadheim, Abby Miller, Ella Franklin); Marana (Violet Hilderbrand, Hayden Christensen-Strand, Kennedy Chesnut, Cheree Hamilton); Tucson (Adele Baer, Leia Begay, Mackenzie Davis, Olivia Atchison)

DIVISION II ALL-STARS

SWIMMER OF THE YEARAmber Janky, Jr. Catalina Foothills

COACH OF THE YEARJames Yewell, Canyon del Oro

50 FREE: Amber Janky, Jr. Catalina Foothills; Julia Beskind, Sr. Catalina Foothills; Leila Stafford, Fr. Catalina Foothill100 FREE: Amber Janky, Jr. Catalina Foothills; Leila Stafford, Fr. Catalina Foothills; Wren Smith, So. Catalina Foothills200 FREE: Leila Stafford, Fr. Catalina Foothills; Wren Smith, So. Catalina Foothills; Laura Manley, Sr. Canyon del Oro500 FREE: Laura Manley, Sr. Canyon del Oro; Lilian Li, Jr. Catalina Foothills; Gloria Bai, Fr. Canyon del Oro200 IM: Lilian Li, Jr. Catalina Foothills; Leila Stafford, Fr. Catalina Foothills; Zoey Switzer, So. Catalina Foothills100 BACK: Gwyneth Safranek, Jr. Canyon del Oro; Laura Manley, Sr. Canyon del Oro; Zoey Switzer, So. Catalina Foothills100 BREAST: Lilian Li, Jr. Catalina Foothills; Amber Janky, Jr. Catalina Foothills; Nora Jarrold, Jr. Canyon del Oro100 FLY: Amber Janky, Jr. Catalina Foothills; Lucy Marek, Sr. Ironwood Ridge; Leila Stafford, Fr. Catalina Foothills200 MED RELAY: Canyon del Oro (Gwyneth Safranek, Sarah Seppala, Lauren Anderson, Ella Kwapich); Catalina Foothills (Amber Janky, Lilian Li, Julia Beskind, Leila Stafford); Ironwood Ridge (Lucy Marek, Ava Seaquist, Kylie McDonald, Lillian Carlson)200 FREE RELAY: Catalina Foothills (Wren Smith, Julia Beskind, Leila Stafford, Amber Janky); Canyon del Oro (Juliana Sahtout, Nora Jarrold, Adison Cosbey-Lewis, Laura Manley); Ironwood Ridge (Lucy Marek, Lillian Carlson, Ava Seaquist, Kylie McDonald)400 FREE RELAY: Catalina Foothills (Leila Stafford, Lillian Li, Wren Smith, Amber Janky); Canyon del Oro (Juliana Sahtout, Gloria Bai, Ella Kwapich, Laura Manley); Cienega (Katie Baker, Cora Levengood, Jordan Hess, Ava Boxley)

DIVISION III ALL-STARS

SWIMMER OF THE YEARReagan Edquid, Fr. Pusch Ridge

COACH OF THE YEARMatt Hough, Salpointe

50 FREE: Carissa Palomarez, Fr. Salpointe; Reagan Edquid, Fr. Pusch Ridge; Ava Parker, Sr. Pusch Ridge100 FREE: Carissa Palomarez, Fr. Salpointe; Reagan Edquid, Fr. Pusch Ridge; Scarlett Street, Sr. Salpointe200 FREE: Desiree Blute, So. Gregory School; Hannah Cooper, Fr. Salpointe; Carissa Palomarez, Fr. Salpointe500 FREE: Desiree Blute, So. Gregory School; McKenzie Warren, Jr. Sabino; Sarah Hicks, Fr. Salpointe200 IM: Reagan Edquid, Fr. Pusch Ridge; Ava Parker, Sr. Pusch Ridge; Katherine Haas, So. Pusch Ridge100 BACK: Ava Parker, Sr. Pusch Ridge; Regan Sutterley, Fr. Mica Mountain; Brianne Foley, Jr. Tanque Verde100 BREAST: Reagan Edquid, Fr. Pusch Ridge; Katherine Haas, So. Pusch Ridge; Alexa Barrera, Tanque Verde100 FLY: Reagan Edquid, Fr. Pusch Ridge; Hannah Cooper, Fr. Salpointe; Anita Roddy, So. Salpointe200 MED RELAY: Pusch Ridge (Ava Parker, Katherine Haas, Reagan Edquid, Melaney Johnson); Salpointe (Hannah Cooper, Morgan Maciulla, Anita Roddy, Elizabeth Sztan); Mica Mountain (Regan Sutterley, Isabella Scopel, Sara Escalante, Taryn Sutterley)200 FREE RELAY: Pusch Ridge (Ava Parker, Katherine Haas, Melaney Johnson, Reagan Edquid); Salpointe (Carissa Palomarez, Sterling Edwards, Elizabeth Sztan, Scarlett Street); Tanque Verde (Natalie Armstrong, Ryann Lightcap, Grace Davis, Brianne Foley)400 FREE RELAY: Salpointe (Scarlett Street, Sterling Edwards, Hannah Cooper, Carissa Palomarez); Tanque Verde (Brianne Foley, Hadley Cusson, Grace Davis, Natalie Armstrong); Pusch Ridge (Ava Parker, Katherine Haas, Melaney Johnson, Reagan Edquid)

2023 Southern Arizona Boys Golf All-Stars

GOLFER OF THE YEARFinn Meister, Jr. Catalina FoothillsTOP PERFORMERBrasen Briones, Sr. Ironwood RidgeFRESHMAN OF THE YEARZachary Schaefer, Catalina FoothillsSUPER SOPHOMOREChase Cesarek, Catalina FoothillsCOACH OF THE YEARRyan Bais, Ironwood RidgeD-I COACH OF THE YEARRobin Head, MaranaD-II COACH OF THE YEARJulie Walters, Catalina FoothillsALL-SOUTHERN ARIZONAFIRST TEAMF...

GOLFER OF THE YEARFinn Meister, Jr. Catalina Foothills

TOP PERFORMERBrasen Briones, Sr. Ironwood Ridge

FRESHMAN OF THE YEARZachary Schaefer, Catalina Foothills

SUPER SOPHOMOREChase Cesarek, Catalina Foothills

COACH OF THE YEARRyan Bais, Ironwood Ridge

D-I COACH OF THE YEARRobin Head, Marana

D-II COACH OF THE YEARJulie Walters, Catalina Foothills

ALL-SOUTHERN ARIZONA

FIRST TEAMFinn Meister, Jr. Catalina FoothillsBrasen Briones, Sr. Ironwood RidgeJacob Medina, Sr. Ironwood RidgeChase Pickering, Jr. SabinoJayden Schmitz, Sr. Ironwood RidgeChase Cesarek, So. Catalina Foothills

SECOND TEAMZachary Schaefer, Fr. Catalina FoothillsHudson Parker, So. Mica MountainAustin Rabenneck, Sr. Catalina FoothillsHunter Chen, So. Mica MountainWyatt Charnoki, Jr. Ironwood RidgeOliver De Guia, So. Catalina Foothills

THIRD TEAMJake Chen, So. Mica MountainRiley Stidham, So. MaranaJoey Bernier, Jr. SalpointeKason Shotwell, So. CienegaValentin Ortiz, So. SalpointeSean Kelly, Jr. Ironwood Ridge

FOURTH TEAMGabe Sendlak, Sr. Mountain ViewJackson Rose, Jr. MaranaJaxon Pearson, So. CienegaBryce Colby, Sr. CienegaGriffin Wedman, Jr. SabinoColin Lynch, Sr. Mountain View

ALL-DIVISION I

GOLFER OF THE YEARJackson Rose, Jr. Marana

FIRST TEAMRiley Stidham, So. MaranaJackson Rose, Jr. MaranaAlan Philemore, Jr. Desert ViewFrancisco Felix, Sr. TucsonJack Greene, So. Rincon/UniversityTobias Trejo, Sr. Rincon/University

SECOND TEAMJoshua Morgan, So. MaranaTage Brown, So. MaranaBoone Wilcox, Fr. Rincon/UniversityOwen Proper, So. MaranaDavid Martinez, Jr. TucsonLuis Vasquez, Sr. Sunnyside

THIRD TEAMDiego Rico, Sr. SunnysideRiley Erskine, Sr. Rincon/UniversityDiego Camargo, Sr. SunnysideChristopher Ramirez, Sr. SunnysideRicardo Medina, Sr. SunnysideTyler Drummond, Fr. Rincon/University

ALL-DIVISION II

GOLFER OF THE YEARFinn Meister, Catalina Foothills

FIRST TEAMFinn Meister, Jr. Catalina FoothillsBrasen Briones, Sr. Ironwood RidgeJacob Medina, Sr. Ironwood RidgeChase Pickering, Jr. SabinoJayden Schmitz, Sr. Ironwood RidgeChase Cesarek, So. Catalina Foothills

SECOND TEAMZachary Schaefer, Fr. Catalina FoothillsHudson Parker, So. Mica MountainAustin Rabenneck, Sr. Catalina FoothillsHunter Chen, So. Mica MountainWyatt Charnoki, Jr. Ironwood RidgeOliver De Guia, So. Catalina Foothills

THIRD TEAMJake Chen, So. Mica MountainJoey Bernier, Jr. SalpointeKason Shotwell, So. CienegaValentin Ortiz, So. SalpointeSean Kelly, Jr. Ironwood RidgeGabe Sendlak, Sr. Mountain View

Minimum of seven qualifying rounds.

BOYS TEAM CHAMPIONS

COACH LEADERS6 John Ruiz, Canyon del Oro (1968-1980)5 Steve Keller, Sahuarita (1979-1984)3 Ryan Bais, Ironwood Ridge (2008-2023)3 Harry Smith Tucson (1958-1960)

CANYON DEL ORO (9)1968: 4A (Bob Richter)1974: 4A (John Ruiz)1975: 4A (John Ruiz)1976: 4A (John Ruiz)1978: 4A (John Ruiz)1979: 4A (John Ruiz)1980: 4A (John Ruiz)2010: D-II (John Farbarik)2011: D-II (John Farbarik)

TUCSON (7)1939: 5A (Ples Harper)1940: 5A (Ples Harper)1948: 5A (James Black)1950: 5A (James Black)1958: 5A (Harry Smith)1959: 5A (Harry Smith)1960: 5A (Harry Smith)

SAHUARITA (5)1979: 3A (Steve Keller)1980: 3A (Steve Keller)1982: 3A (Steve Keller)1983: 3A (Steve Keller)1984: 3A (Steve Keller)

SALPOINTE (4)1965: 5A (Charles Potts)1980: 5A (Regis Tremblay)1981: 5A (Jim Flannery)2004: 5A (Jim Flannery)

IRONWOOD RIDGE (3)2008: 5A-II (Ryan Bais)2022: D-II (Ryan Bais)2023: D-II (Ryan Bais)

RINCON/UHS (3)1993: 4A (Steve Reff)1994: 4A (Steve Reff)2002: 4A (Steve Morrow)

CATALINA FOOTHILLS (2)2009: 4A-I (Julie Walters)2016: D-II (Julie Walters)

AJO1981: 3A (Kenny Farmer)

BUENA1970: 4A (Donald Harris)

DOUGLAS1983: 4A (Jim Halliday)

FLOWING WELLS1982: 4A (Mark Latham)

SABINO1986: 5A (Art Learing)

NOGALES1985: 4A (Mark Valenzuela)

BOYS MEDALISTS (47)

1939 Charles Lamb, Tucson (5A)1939 Charles Brown, Tucson (5A)1940 Lyle Ostron, Tucson (5A)1941 John Rudolph, Tucson (5A)1950 Jim Warren. Tucson (5A)1958 Bob Goana, Tucson (5A)1959 Tom Fink, Tucson (5A)1964 Bruce Balcom, Palo Verde (5A)1965 Ken Engle, Rincon (5A)1968 Mark Udall, Canyon del Oro (4A)1974 Scott Spence, Canyon del Oro (4A)1975 Ron Venkus, Canyon del Oro (4A)1976 Mike Miranda, San Manuel (4A)1977 Mike Miranda, San Manuel (4A)1977 Dave DeSantis, Sahuaro (5A)1978 Don Agers, Canyon del Oro (4A)1978 Willie Wood, Sabino (5A)1979 Willie Wood, Sabino (5A)1979 Tom DeWitt, Canyon del Oro (4A)1979 Mike Johnson, Sahuarita (3A)1980 John Buttery, Canyon del Oro (4A)1980 Paul Kruse, Sahuarita (3A)1983 Tom McCahn, Willcox (3A)1984 Chris Fanning, Sahuarita (3A)1984 John Rojahn, Sahuarita (3A)1985 Sergio Ruiz. Nogales (4A)1985 Chris Aune, San Manuel (3A)1987 Robbie Carr, Sahuarita (3A)1989 Brian Kontak, Sabino (4A)1993 Andres Ramos, Rincon/UHS (4A)1997 Tom Rasmussen, Rincon/UHS (4A)1998 Tom Taylor, Sahuarita (3A)2001 Ben Kern, Palo Verde (4A)2005 Chase Hite, Sabino (4A-I)2006 Armando Villarreal, Rincon/UHS (4A-I)2007 Travis Graves, Canyon del Oro (4A-I)2009 Bill Flower, Catalina Foothills (4A-I)2009 Joe Ryan, Benson (1A-2A)2010 Ian Patterson, Immaculate Heart (1A-2A)2010 Gentry Hicks, Canyon del Oro (D-II)2010 Colin McCarty, Buena (D-I)2011 Jaime Waltmire, Canyon del Oro (D-II)2012 Billy Comeaux, Sabino (D-II)2014 Chris Meyers, Canyon del Oro (D-II)2016 Gavin Cohen, Catalina Foothills (D-II)2021 Brasen Briones, Ironwood Ridge (D-II)2022 Carlos Astiazaran, Salpointe (D-II)

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