Canyon View Boys Junior Varsity Basketball

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Back In The Flesh: Tucker Lambert

As winter sports get going it’s harder to stay healthier and stronger with everything going on. To keep spirits up, students Payton Hillard and Bridget Delaney ask some questions in a fun segment called Back In The Flesh.   In this segment, we talk to Tucker Lambert who plays for the junior varsity basketball team

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 –

Student-Athletes Bring Home Top Honors At Jaguar Awards Night

The Canyon View athletic department was well represented at the 2nd Annual Jaguar Awards ceremony. Six student-athletes took home top honors for their contributions both on and off the field. Sophomores Josh Cobos (fooball) and Trevi Jones (girl’s volleyball) were named Character Matters Fall Athletes of the Year, while Daniel Valadez (boy’s basketball) and Evin

JV A Surges Past West Point

The Canyon View boys JV A basketball team pulled away from the West Point Dragons in the second half and cruised to a 71-42 victory at Jaguar Arena. Sophomore LaDarian Hayes led the way with 23 points as the Jaguars won their third straight game. Canyon View used a high-pressure defense to turn West Point