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Desert View football coach Robert Bonillas looks on during a practice in 2015. The Jaguars are out to a 3-0 start for the second year in a row after going winless in 2014.

An unbeaten Desert View squad travels to play at winless Sahuaro on Friday night, with a chance to move to 4-0 for the first time since 2009. Read about the Jaguars' quest to remain perfect and this Friday night's other storylines around Tucson. Read more»

Tucson High football coach Justin Argraves speaks with his team after Friday night's historic victory, snapping a 22-game skid against Salpointe Catholic.

“It’s a big win,” Tucson HIgh coach Justin Argraves said. “It’s been the monkey on our back for a long time. It wasn’t the prettiest game and there was a lot of things we’ve got to clean up but these guys performed," he said of beating Salpointe for the first time in more than two decades. Read more»

Salpointe Catholic running back Mario Padilla finds some space between two St. Mary's defenders in last week's 20-12 win.

Someday down the road, when Dennis Bene decides to hang up his whistle for good, the longtime Salpointe Catholic football coach will have plenty to look back at and smile. But not 2015. The Lancers are coming off a disappointing 5-5 campaign, which concluded with an overtime loss at home. Read more»