BY PETE MOHR | JUNE 16, 2010

Flagstaff Sinagua closes; Falcons open here Friday, Aug. 27, vs. Tucson Salpointe Catholic

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35-member “Seven-on-Seven” squad heads for June 18-19 tournament at San Diego State

CSHS – “We like to play the best right out of the gate,” Head Football Coach Chad DeGrenier half-jokingly pointed out to Sonoran News after Summer Football Camp’s Monday morning session. That was “Coach D.’s” opening comment on (Tucson) Salpointe Catholic coming to Falcon Stadium, Friday evening, August 27, to open the 2010 season. Mark this schedule change in red on your football calendar, Falcon fans.     Keep reading ...

BY PETE MOHR | JUNE 17, 2010

Jerome Pena, CSHS ‘07, first Falcon to College World Series!

AUSTIN, Tex. – How ‘bout them Froggies?! When #4 Texas Christian University (TCU) took on the #3-ranked Texas Longhorns, in Austin (June 11-13), a best-two-out-of-three weekend match-up that would send the winner to the 2010 College World Series, something had to give.   Keep reading ...

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BY PETE MOHR | JUNE 16, 2010

CCCF closes regular registrations on-target

Cheerleading sign-up open all summer

When CCCF volunteers closed the books on the last of their regular registrations for the upcoming 2010 season, they were pleased to tell Sonoran News, “We’re right where we hoped to be,” meaning 220 aspirants signed up for tackle, 100 for flag football and 19 for cheer, which resumes this season under the direction of CSHS Head Cheer Coach Rika Cuff.    Keep reading ...

BY PETE MOHR | JUNE 16, 2010

Matt Schneider's biggest ‘jump!’

matt schneider and familyAt Desert Sky Regionals, May 7-8, senior Matt Schneider (center) set CSHS records in the long jump and triple jump. One week later, at State Championships, it was “All in the Family,” as Matt waited out the long, hot afternoon before attempting to better his marks in both events. (Back, l-r) Mom Caroline, brothers Aaron, Michael and Joe; (front, l-r) nephews Ben, Isaac and Tate. It wasn’t to be Matt’s day; but now he looks forward to his most important jump: come September, he will begin his two-year LDS mission in Peru. Matt, congratulations and good luck!