THURSDAY 7 OCTOBER

Desert View 42, Nogales 0
Saint-David 64, pi. Thomas 6

FRIDAY 8 OCTOBER

6A: Mesa Westwood 46, Tucson 20
6A: Phoenix Pinnacle 28, 5A Salpointe 21
5A: Sinking well 35, Rincon / UHS 0
5A: Cienega 35, mountain view 6
5A: Casa Grande 42, 5A Buena 7
4A: Canyon del Oro 35, Peoria 21
4A: Catalina 21 foothills, Sahuaro 20
4A: Mica Mountain 42, Douglas 6
4A: Phoenix Sierra Linda 26, Empire 21
4A: Phoenix Greenway 33, Walden Grove 23
3A: Safford 13, 4A Pueblo 12
3A: Sabino 27, Pusch Ridge 16
2A: Benson 56, Bisbee 14
2A: Santa Cruz 55, Catalina 0
2A: Maricopa Sequoia Trail, Tanque Verde 7
2A: Saint John Paul II 43, Santa Rita 6
2A: Morenci 57, Tombstone 6
1A: Valley Union 32, Baboquivari 28
1A: San Manuel 71, Cibecue 0

BYE: 5A: Cholla (1-4), Sunnyside (4-1), Ironwood Ridge (2-3), 4A: Amphitheater (3-1), Rio Rico (0-4), 3A Sahuarita (1-5) , 2A Willcox (6-0)

THURSDAY 14 OCTOBER

2A: Gravestone # 25 (2-4) vs. Pima # 5 (4-2)

FRIDAY OCTOBER 15

6A CONFERENCE
Tucson could still win the East Valley region.

Mesa Skyline (0-5) at Tucson (1-4)

5A CONFERENCE
We will know on Tuesday afternoon if Desert View is a contender for the Open division. With standings pending, the Ironwood Ridge / Cienega game could be considered a playoff game at this point. Salpointe needs this victory to stay safe in the playoff race.

Salpointe (3-2) at Desert View (5-0)
Sunnyside (4-1) at Marana (4-1)
Ironwood Ridge (2-3) at Cienega (2-3)
Buena (1-4) to Cholla (1-4)
Rincon / UHS (1-4) at Nogales (2-3)

4A CONFERENCE
No automatic playoff spots at Level 4A and no team is in contention for the Open Division. Tucson’s projected playoff teams would be Canyon del Oro and Amphitheater at this point.

Canyon del Oro (3-3) to Walden Grove (2-4)
Douglas (1-3) at the amphitheater (3-1)
Pueblo (2-3) to Tempé (0-3)
Sahuaro (0-4) at Casa Grande (5-0)
Rio Rico (0-4) to Empire (2-4)

3A CONFERENCE
Everyone except Sahuarita is still fighting for the Southern Region’s automatic playoff spot. Tanque Verde plays Sabino which comes full circle with the openings from Tanque Verde and Cienega attracting inscriptions from Sabino. It is probably the most difficult region in Arizona.

No. 11 Pusch Ridge (5-2) vs. No. 7 Safford (6-1)
No.16 Mesa Eastmark (4-3) vs. No.32 Sahuarita (1-5)
2A: n ° 15 Tanque Verde (4-3) against n ° 13 Sabino (5-2)

2A CONFERENCE
The San Pedro champion will secure one of nine automatic playoff spots, but four teams (Morenci, Benson, Pima, Willcox) are still in the lead. Santa Cruz and Sequoia Pathway fight for the Rillito Championship with Tanque Verde still in the mix.

No. 4 Morenci (6-1) vs. No. 9 Benson (4-2)
No. 17 Maricopa Sequoia Pathway (5-2) to No. 22 Santa Cruz (3-4)
No. 42 Catalina (1-6) to No. 39 Santa Rita (0-5)
No. 19 Bisbee (3-4) vs. No. 7 Willcox (6-0)

1A CONFERENCE
St. David won 1A South, giving the Tigers automatic playoff spot with the first round scheduled for Friday, October 22. 12 teams advance to the playoffs at this level, with the top four seeds winning a first round bypass.

The n ° 7 San Manuel (6-1) against the n ° 14 Baboquivari (2-3)
No. 5 Hayden (4-2) vs. No. 3 St. David (7-1)
Duncan # 15 (3-3) to Union de Valley # 11 (4-3)

SATURDAY OCTOBER 16

5A: Mountain View (1-4) vs. Flowing Wells (3-3) at Tucson, 6 p.m.

BYE: 4A Catalina Foothills

FRIDAY 22 OCTOBER

6A CONFERENCE
Cesar Chavez in Tucson

5A CONFERENCE
Flowing well in Buena
Salpointe in Cholla
Nogales to Cienega
Sunnyside to Ironwood Ridge
Desert View at Mountain View
Marana in Rincon / UHS

4A CONFERENCE
Amphitheater at Catalina Foothills
Empire to Douglas
Canyon del Oro in Pueblo
Buckeye to Sahuaro
Casa Grande in Walden Grove

3A CONFERENCE
Sahuarita in Florence
Thatcher at Pusch Ridge
Safford at Sabino

2A CONFERENCE
PIma in Bisbee
Preparing Trivium to Catalina
Willcox in Morenci
Redwood Trail in Santa Rita
Santa Cruz at Tanque Verde
Benson in Tombstone

1A FIRST ROUND
(to be determined)

BYE: 4A: Rio Rico

FOLLOW @ ANDYMORALES8 ON TWITTER

Andy Morales was recognized by the AIA as the best high school journalist in 2014, he received the Ray McNally Award in 2017, a winner of the AZ Education News award 2019 and he has been a youth, high school and college coach. for over 30 years. He was the first in Arizona to write about beach volleyball and high school wrestling. His own children have won several state high school championships and have been named to all-state teams. Participating in high school hockey, basketball, baseball and track and field, his unique perspective can only be found here and on AZPreps365.com. Andy is the Southern Arizona voting member for the Ed Doherty Award, recognizing Arizona’s best soccer player, and he was named a Local Hero by Tucson Weekly for 2016. Andy was named Honorary Flowing Wells Caballero in 2019, became a member of the Sunnyside Los Mezquites Cross Country Hall of Fame in 2021 and was a member of the Amphi COVID-19 Blue Ribbon committee and he won an Amphitheater Distinguished Service award. Contact Andy Morales at [email protected]








Source link