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The Deer Valley High football team's defense gave up just 133 total yards as the Wolverines ran away with a 35-7 win over Freedom in its Bay Valley Athletic League opener Friday night...The Wolverines trailed 7-6 midway through the second quarter.
In addition to taking an emotional toll on the community, a series of April bomb threats that forced the repeated evacuation of students and faculty from classrooms, including three consecutive days at Deer Valley High, cost the school district an
Deer Valley High boys basketball coach LeChet Phillips has been placed on administrative leave while the school investigates a fight that occurred during a freshman basketball game on Friday. According to Phillips, during the fight, some fans and
Wahied Emran banked in a bucket with about three seconds to go to allow the Deer Valley High boys basketball team to gut out a 55-54 win over Newark Memorial in the final game of the Martin Luther King Jr...Deer Valley (15-4) stormed out in front
Marcus Lee expressed relief after making his commitment to play basketball at the University of Kentucky official on Wednesday morning. The 6-foot-9 power forward from Deer Valley High signed his letter of intent on the first day of the early signing
Olajuwon Garner lit up the scoreboard to put the Deer Valley High boys basketball team on the verge of locking up the Bay Valley Athletic League title after Tuesday's 90-84 victory over host Freedom...Deer Valley takes a one-game lead over the
Three Northwest Valley teens are among 11 Valley youths vying to become the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Phoenix Youth of the Year. Each teen was named Youth of the Year for his or her respective Boys & Girls Club branch. They will be honored
The Arizona Republic Within the next year or so, Barry Goldwater High School in Phoenix could provide forensic-science enthusiasts with their own laboratories and appease environmentally conscious students with green classrooms and hallways.
Ken Gardner wants you to know about all that is going on at Deer Valley High, even though he's only been leading the school for two weeks. Since being appointed principal at the 2,700-student high school last month, the one-time police lieutenant has
The Deer Valley High basketball star was named for him and is, himself, difficult to stop. Garner, a 6-foot-2 junior shooting guard, scored 31 points -- including four 3-pointers -- in an 81-59 victory over visiting Antioch on Friday, giving him a