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Mark Carter (left) and his twin, Marcus, want to not only find success at Desert Edge High School but be role models for other minority coaches.

Many Black Arizona high school football coaches say the state has a similar issue as does the NFL: The number of minority coaches does not reflect the diversity of Arizona’s population and of the players. Read more»

Lindsey Spivey the boys volleyball coach at Tucson’s Mountain View High School, transformed the program thanks to a family-like atmosphere.

Since 2015, Lindsey Spivey has transformed Tucson’s Mountain View boys volleyball from a program that had suffered three straight losing seasons into one of the best boys volleyball teams in the state. Read more»