Canyon View Girls Junior Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 2 - 0
  • Conference Record: 2 - 0

Head Coach: Angela Gill

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Winter Sports Pushed Back to Jan. 18

Winter Sports Modifications (PDF) The Arizona Interscholastic Association and the Sports Medicine Advisory Committee (SMAC) announced that the start of the winter sports season has been pushed back to January 18 in order to help mitigate COVID-19 hospitalizations and improve the opportunity for winter sports to occur. The AIA Executive Board announced the new start

AIA Announces Delays To Winter Sports

The Arizona Interscholastic Association and the Agua Fria Union High School District announced tryouts for all winter sports has been delayed due to an increase in COVID-19 cases in the area. This decision will impact basketball, soccer and wrestling. Coaches are able to continue open field workouts with the following guidelines: – No contact –

Girls Hoops Staying Connected

  With COVID restrictions going on it has been difficult for the girls basketball team to workout and communicate with one another. As the offseason has progressed, the girls basketball has been able to connect more. I recently spoke with Coach Carranza about the upcoming season. – Any games you are looking forward

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.

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

Verrado holds off Canyon View

The Canyon View JV A girls basketball team lost against Verrado by a score of 47-14.   The first quarter of the game was very rough for the jags. Sophomore Kaila Morson started the Jags off at the free throw line. During the second quarter sophomore Ryley Olsen made a three pointer, making the score

Canyon View edged by Youngker

Christopher Owen, Student Journalist The Canyon View girls JV-A basketball team started their season with a loss to Youngker 45-40, but did not go down without giving their all.  To get the Jaguars started, sophomore Chyanne Lopez made a three-pointer early in the game, shortening the lead to 8-5. Following that, sophomore Kaila Morson put