Tucson High School Sports

2017 Arizona Interscholastic Cycling League divisions announced

Salpointe standout Madison Major took second place overall in the Sophomore Division. (Kathy Thomas Photo)

2016 Results

DIVISION I TEAM
3: Buena

DIVISION II TEAM
3: El Grupo High School Composite

Sophomore Girls
1: Ana Quintana Bernal (El Grupo Composite/Basis North)
2: Madison Major (El Grupo Composite/Salpointe)

Freshman Girls
1: Susie King (El Grupo Composite/Greenfields)

Varsity Boys
2: Caiden Plummer (Canyon del Oro)
3: Evan Boone (Buena)

JV Boys
3: Cole Lanning (Tucson)

Sophomore Boys D1
1: Dillon Long (Empire)
2: Andrew Vidinski (Buena)

Sophomore Boys D2
1: Jayden Wight (Vail Composite)
2: Rogan James (El Grupo Composite)

2017 RACE SCHEDULE

Sept. 9-10 – Race 1 – Fort Tuthill County Park – Flagstaff
Sept. 23-24 – Race 2 – Pioneer Park – Prescott
Oct. 7-8 – Race 3 – Wren Arena – Fort Huachuca
Oct. 21-22 – Race 4 – McDowell Mountain Regional Park – Fountain Hills
Nov. 4-5 – Race 5 – White Tank Mountain Regional Park – Waddell

2017 Divisions

DIVISION I
Buena
Cienega
Ironwood Ridge
Boulder Creek
Bradshaw Mountain
Brophy/Xavier
Cactus Shadows
Desert Vista
Flagstaff
Franklin
Northland Preparatory
Prescott
Tri-City College Prep

DIVISION II
Canyon del Oro
Empire
Pusch Ridge
Tombstone
Tucson
Walden Grove
Vail Composite
El Grupo Composite
Oro Valley Composite
Arizona College Prep
Canyon View
Casa Grande
Chino Valley
Coconino
Desert Mountain
Desert Ridge
Dynamix Middle School
East Valley Composite
Estrella Foothills
Horizon
Lake Havasu
Mountain Pointe
North Valley Composite
Northpoint
Odyssey Institute
Paradise Valley
Perry
Pine Forest
Pinnacle
Prescott Middle
San Tan Composite
Sedona Red Rock
Shadow Mountain
Silver
Sonoran Trails
Sunrise Mountain Composite
Veritas Christian
Verrado
White Mountains
Williams
BASIS Flagstaff
BASIS Peoria
BASIS Phoenix
BASIS Prescott

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Andy Morales was recognized by the AIA as the top high school reporter in 2014 and he was awarded the Ray McNally Award in 2017 and he has been a youth, high school and college coach for over 30 years. His own children have won multiple state high school championships and were named to all-state teams. Competing in hockey, basketball, baseball and track & field in high school, his unique perspective can only be found here and on AZPreps365.com. Andy was named a Local Hero by the Tucson Weekly for 2016. Contact Andy Morales at AMoralesMyTucson@yahoo.com


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