Football season is underway, and 2023 is the first year that girl's flag football is sanctioned.
High School Football season is underway for Arizona, and this is the first year girl's flag football will be considered a sanctioned sports. FOX 10's Ellen McNamara has more on a girl who is blazing her own trail in the world of high school football.
The football team at a high school in the Mesa banded together to pay tribute to a teen who is in hospice care and fighting for his life.
High school teams will now shoot two free throws for common fouls instead of having to make the first free throw to get a second attempt.
For two Phoenix area brothers, football runs deep, but on Nov. 4, they found themselves on opposite teams during a high school matchup.
Buckeye Police officials say they have arrested a teen for allegedly making threats against his former school's homecoming game.
Amador High School canceled the rest of its season because of a Snapchat group named “Kill the Blacks” and that River Valley High School in Yuba City forfeited its Friday game after a TikTok video created by players involving a mock slave auction surfaced.
Fans filled the stadium to support the Uvalde High Coyotes, a brief celebration amid the heartache and pain following the shooting at Robb Elementary School that killed 19 children and two teachers.
Police and school officials say Teddy Balkind fell to the ice during Thursday's game and the other player was unable to stop, resulting in a collision.
Sacred Heart Academy issued a statement apologizing for Monday’s blowout, saying the game didn't reflect the school’s values.
A police chief in Alabama says four people are wounded after a shooting near a high school football game Friday night.
Changes are coming to Arizona high school sports this spring after a mask mandate for players was removed.
The pandemic has sidelined a lot of high school athletes' future plans, and a coach in Phoenix is now helping these student-athletes catch up, and hopefully prepare them for a sports career in college.
High school sports are back after the executive board voted to allow the winter activities to take place.
The decision comes after the AIA postponed the winter sports season in November due to rising coronavirus cases in the state.
AIA officials have decided to delay this year's winter sports season for high school students until 2021, as Arizona sees a surge in COVID-19 cases.
A surge in COVID-19 cases means one Phoenix high school district will be ending its fall sports season early, and delay the start of its winter sports season.
Their game may have been cancelled due to COVID-19, but that didn't stop players with Hamilton High School from coming togrether to enjoy a special evening.
Two Arizona school districts have agreed to play alternative fall schedules for football and volleyball after they didn't meet the AIA's metrics to start sports.
Dozens of high school football teams returned to practice Monday, Sept. 7 after the Arizona Interscholastic Association approved practices, but they cannot play games quite yet.