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Ramirez Leads Wrestling In Historic Win

The Canyon View Varsity boys wrestling team finished up their tournament portion of their season over the weekend with a 13th place finish at the Ironwood Invitational. Leading the way was freshman Andrew Ramirez who became the first wrestler in school history to win a varsity tournament. Ramirez has a current varsity record of 44-4.

Baseball Hosting Cornhole Tournament

The Canyon View baseball team is hosting a Cornhole Tournament on Sunday, February 9th to raise money for the program. The event is being held at the Saddle Mountain Brewing Company in Goodyear and check-in begins at 2 pm. The event costs $50 per team which includes a t-shirt. Contact Michelle at cvhsbaseballboosterclub@outlook.com to register

Basketball Skills Camp

The Canyon View Lady Jaguars basketball program hosted our very first All Skills Camp on December 27th and 28th. The event was led by the Lady Jaguars coaching staff and featured over 20 athletes in attendance. Many thanks to all the parents and volunteers for helping make this a huge success.

Football Open House

The Canyon View High School football team will be hosting an Open House on Thursday, January 23rd from 6-8 pm in the Accelerator. Parents and future Jags are invited to meet the coaches, talk with the booster club and register to play in the fall of 2020. For more information, please visit our website at

Football Speed/Skill Development Camp

The Canyon View football team will be hosting a Speed & Skill Development Camp on Saturday, February 8th from 9 am – 12 pm. The camp is open to all athletes ages 10-14 and the cost is $25. Parents are encouraged to register in advance by going to juniorjaguarsfootball.org as the price will go up

Varsity Soccer Tops St. John Paul II

Waddell, Ariz. – The Canyon View High School girls varsity soccer team won their second straight game by defeating St. John Paul II at Jaguar Stadium. The Jaguars put up four unanswered goals in the second half to pull away from the Lions by a score of 6-1. Freshman Rylee Scott led the way with

Millennium shuts down Canyon View

Canyon View Student Journalists, Christopher Owen   The Millennium Tigers took the win over the Canyon View Jaguars by a score of 56-22 on January 13th at Canyon View Arena. “It’s a learning experience for them, there’s a lot of stuff we need to work on for our next game,” said Coach Shannon Backstrom. Sophomore

Swim and Dive has strong showing at State

With a jaw dropping placement at the state finals, Talan Silvas, Luke Christensen and Dexter Stewart became the first Canyon View athletes to participate in the Division III State Swimming & Diving Championships. Stewart finished 16th in the 200 freestyle and 14th in the 400 freestyle, while Silvas placed 9th in diving. Christensen was the

Jaguars JV B falls to the Millennium Tigers

The Canyon View JV B girls basketball team lost to Millennium by a score of 40-5. “It was an off day for the team, we worked hard but we could have worked harder,” said freshman Sydnee Lambe. The Lady jags had a tough game against the Millennium Tigers. During the first quarter freshman Dayanara Victorino

Canyon View Jaguars fall 52-17 to the Agua fria Owls

The Canyon View JV B girls basketball team lost to the Agua Fria Owls by a score of 52-17. “This game wasn’t our best, but we had fun as a team and we are going to do better next game,” said freshman Emma Richter. Sophomore Cassidy Stafford scored first for the Lady Jags after making