Canyon View Girls Varsity Basketball

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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

Spickler Named To Sports360AZ All-Academic Team

Sophomore guard Caidyn Spickler has been named to the Sports360AZ All-Academic Winter Team for her accomplishments both on and off the court this past season. In Canyon View’s first season competing at the varsity level, Spickler led her team to an 11-11 record while scoring 12.6 points per game, which was third best in the

Canyon View crushes NFL Yet 54-12

Canyon View Student Reporter, Christopher Owen The Canyon View girls varsity basketball team won their last game of the season against the NFL Yet Eagles in the Canyon View arena on Thursday, February 6, 2020 with a score of 56-12. “The relationships that I’ve made throughout the two years I’ve played basketball has been my

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.

Verrado holds off Canyon View for win

Christopher Owen, Canyon View Student Sports Journalists Verrado takes the win against Canyon View with a score of 50-30.   Sophomore Caidyn Spickler got the Jaguars started at the free throw line cutting the lead to 6-2. Sophomore Taylor Jacobs followed that up with a free throw making the score 10-3.   Spickler started the

Canyon View takes down Youngker

By: Christopher Owen, Canyon View Student Canyon View girls varsity basketball team started their season with the first varsity win in school history, beating Youngker by a score of 47-34.    Sophomore Caidyn Spickler got the Jaguars ready early with a  three-pointer making the score 7-0. Sophomore Angelina Thiel followed this with a two-pointer making