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High School basketball: Tucsonans from Flowing Wells, Sahuaro, Salpointe, Rincon among Arizona's best

Three-plus weeks into the Arizona girls’ high school basketball season, there have been no shortage of standouts. These are some of the top players of the 2023-24 season so far:Kayla Bailey, Flowing WellsIf Flowing Wells is going to reach the heights it did two years ago when it went 29-2, it’ll start with Bailey. In the Caballeros’ 7-3 start, the senior is averaging 18 points and eight rebounds a game.Caia Campbell, GilbertGilbert has been one of the surprises o...

Three-plus weeks into the Arizona girls’ high school basketball season, there have been no shortage of standouts. These are some of the top players of the 2023-24 season so far:

Kayla Bailey, Flowing Wells

If Flowing Wells is going to reach the heights it did two years ago when it went 29-2, it’ll start with Bailey. In the Caballeros’ 7-3 start, the senior is averaging 18 points and eight rebounds a game.

Caia Campbell, Gilbert

Gilbert has been one of the surprises of the season thus far, going 7-0 with impressive wins over Salpointe Catholic and Phoenix Pinnacle (twice). Campbell — a freshman — has played a huge role in that success, averaging 14.5 points and 5.3 assists with 47% 3-point shooting.

Bernadette Carranza, Waddell Canyon View

Canyon View is looking like one of the best teams in 5A in its 7-1 start. Maybe their most impressive performance of the season came in a 78-40 win over 5-2 Gilbert Higley on Thursday night. Carranza led the way in that game with 19 points, four rebounds and four assists.

Cassie Coolidge, Sahuaro

Coolidge is just 37 points away from reaching the 1,000-point mark for her career. Given her recent performances, she could get there in a single night. The senior is averaging 24 points in Sahuaro’s 4-0 start.

Thalia Daniels, Phoenix Sandra Day O’Connor

Daniels showed up on the big stage in O’Connor’s heartbreaking one-point loss to Bishop Gorman (Nev.). She scored a team-high 19 points in the contest and is averaging 18.3 on the season.

Allison Even, Salpointe Catholic

In the coming weeks, Salpointe Catholic will be boosted by the return of Taliyah Henderson from injury and Sidney Anderson from her transfer sit-out period. In the meantime, Even has helped carry the burden. She’s scored in double figures in every game and is averaging 14.8 points and 6.2 rebounds.

Bronte Gee, Mohave Accelerated

After going just 15-14 last year, Mohave Accelerated looks like one of the best teams in 2A in its 10-0 start. The Patriots are largely doing it with defense, allowing just 27.5 points per game, but Gee is helping the offense click too with her 12.9 points per night.

Elli Guiney, Goodyear Millennium

Guiney has picked up where she left off a year ago, further establishing herself in the top tier of players in the state. She’s scoring 23 points per game for the 6-1 Tigers.

Shay Ijiwoye, Phoenix Desert Vista

Desert Vista might be 3-3, but Ijiwoye hasn’t missed a beat. She’s showing her ability to do it all, averaging 12.0 points, 6.2 rebounds and 5.2 assists. She has a chance of recording a triple-double every time she takes the floor.

Makaia Jenkins, Mesa Red Mountain

Red Mountain has quietly started the season 7-0, nearly matching last year’s 11-win total already. Over the past week, Jenkins has been the star. She scored 22 points against Rincon/University and 15 against San Tan Valley Combs.

Aila Kaibara, Phoenix Country Day

After dominating their way to a 2A title in last year’s 29-2 season, Phoenix Country Day is back for more this year. The Eagles are off to a 4-0 start and just beat St. Johns — one of their top competitors in 2A — by 20 points. Kaibara scored a school-record 43 points in that game, going 7 of 10 from deep in a performance that even left St. Johns coach Ray Davis singing her praises.

Aspen McClees, Gilbert

Like Campbell, McClees has been central to Gilbert’s success. She’s leading the team with 16.0 points and 7.5 rebounds per game. On any given night, the Tigers have three players who can put up 20 points — Campbell, McClees and senior guard Meisha Caserio.

Averi Mehlberg, Chandler

Tuesday’s loss to Gilbert Perry was a disappointing setback for a Chandler team that entered the night at 6-0. Even in that game, Mehlberg was able to score 13 points. She’s averaging 15.5 points.

Sarah Miller, Phoenix Xavier Prep

Miller has returned from the ACL tear that kept her out last season and immediately returned to her sophomore year All-Arizona form. The Penn commit has teamed up with Dominique Nesland to create a backcourt that no one in the state seems to have an answer for.

Kinsey Murray, Surprise Valley Vista

After winning another 6A state championship last fall, Valley Vista turned around and added the freshman Murray to a team that was already an Open Division contender. She’s leading the Monsoon with 16.0 points per game.

Dominique Nesland, Xavier Prep

Really, five or six Xavier Prep players could be on this list. But it’s hard to deny a spot to Nesland, who’s leading the way with 15.3 points per game. With Miller back, Nesland might not match her 20.5-point average from a year ago, but she’s proving to be both an elite scorer and an elite facilitator with 7.8 assists per game.

Nayeli Nidez-Acuña, Sunnyside

In a win over Vail Cienega last week, Nidez-Acuña dropped 21 points and 18 rebounds. That’s just a snapshot of what she can do. The senior is leading Sunnyside with 17.4 points and 10.9 rebounds per game.

Leila O’Dowd, Rincon/University

With her 24.3 points per game, O’Dowd has been one of the state’s best scorers in any class. The fact that she’s doing this as a freshman only makes it more impressive. She’s hit the 20-point mark in eight of Rincon/University’s nine games.

Ava Pautz, Scottsdale Notre Dame Prep

Pautz has been a high-level scorer for three seasons and her senior year looks no different. She’s averaging 18.7 points and cleaning up on the glass for a Notre Dame Prep team that could contend for the 5A title.

Aalayah Ramirez, Surprise Shadow Ridge

Ramirez had 20 points and 14 rebounds in Shadow Ridge’s win over Surprise Willow Canyon. She’s key to everything the Stallions do.

Vanessa Sepulveda, Gilbert Mesquite

Seton Catholic and Salpointe Catholic often run 4A, but watch out for Mesquite. The Wildcats are 8-0 and Sepulveda is dominating with 18.0 points per game. She scored 25 in a win over reigning 4A champions Flagstaff on Friday.

Nemo Sidhu, Goodyear Estrella Foothills

Sidhu is another impressive member of a freshman class that has provided no shortage of standouts so far. She’s leading 5-1 Estrella Foothills with 13.5 points per game. No opponent has been too big for Sidhu, who scored 15 in a four-point defeat to reigning New Mexico 4A state champion Kirtland Central.

Lia Sims, Phoenix Central

Sims has started her senior year doing what she’s done for her whole career: Scoring bucketloads of points on a Central team that often relies on her to do so. Her 21.6 points per game account for 66% of the Bobcats’ output.

Heather Stedman, Phoenix Pinnacle

It’s been another season of reliable outputs for Stedman, who’s averaging 16.5 points and 4.8 rebounds per game. She’s helped the Pioneers to a 6-2 start.

Rylie Sword, Chandler Basha

Sword missed her entire sophomore year with a torn ACL, but she’s back and leading the way for Basha. Her biggest performances have come in the Bears’ biggest games, including 23 points in a win over Perry, 24 points in a win over Higley and 28 points in a loss to Chandler.

Hannah Williams, Salpointe Catholic

Like Even, Williams has stepped up in a big way for the Lancers. She’s averaging 13.8 points and 6.4 rebounds.

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Flowing Wells Basketball Latest Updates

Monday, Dec 11, 2023On Monday, Dec 11, 2023, the Flowing Wells Varsity Girls Basketball team won their Arizona College Prep game against Arizona College Prep High School by a score of ...

Monday, Dec 11, 2023

On Monday, Dec 11, 2023, the Flowing Wells Varsity Girls Basketball team won their Arizona College Prep game against Arizona College Prep High School by a score of 43-34.

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Thursday, Dec 7, 2023

On Thursday, Dec 7, 2023, the Flowing Wells Varsity Girls Basketball team won their Flowing Wells High School game against Walden Grove High School by a score of 64-26.

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Monday, Dec 4, 2023

On Monday, Dec 4, 2023, the Flowing Wells Varsity Girls Basketball team won their Mica Mountain High School game against Mica Mountain High School by a score of 75-53.

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Friday, Dec 1, 2023

On Friday, Dec 1, 2023, the Flowing Wells Varsity Girls Basketball team lost their Flowing Wells High School game against Rio Rico High School by a score of 45-53.

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Thursday, Nov 30, 2023

On Thursday, Nov 30, 2023, the Flowing Wells Varsity Girls Basketball team won their Flowing Wells High School game against Amphitheater High School by a score of 67-41.

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Wednesday, Nov 29, 2023

Basketball Game Recap: Flowing Wells Caballeros vs. Douglas Bulldogs

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Tuesday, Nov 28, 2023

On Tuesday, Nov 28, 2023, the Flowing Wells Varsity Girls Basketball team lost their Flowing Wells High School game against Douglas High School by a score of 40-44.

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Sunday, Nov 26, 2023

Basketball Game Recap: Flowing Wells Caballeros vs. Mica Mountain Thunderbolts

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Thursday, Nov 23, 2023

Basketball Game Recap: Flowing Wells Caballeros vs. Snowflake Lobos

Team Reports•Nov 23, 2023Basketball Game Recap: Flowing Wells Caballeros vs. Snowflake LobosRecap: Flowing Wells Caballeros vs. Snowflake Lobos

Wednesday, Nov 22, 2023

On Wednesday, Nov 22, 2023, the Flowing Wells Varsity Girls Basketball team won their Inferno Invitational 3rd place game game against Mica Mountain High School by a score of 54-50.

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Tuesday, Nov 21, 2023

Stats have been entered for the Flowing Wells vs. Show Low on Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2023.

Tuesday, Nov 21, 2023

On Tuesday, Nov 21, 2023, the Flowing Wells Varsity Girls Basketball team lost their game against Show Low High School by a score of 28-45.

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Tuesday, Nov 21, 2023

Stats have been entered for the Flowing Wells vs. Sabino on Tuesday, Nov. 21, 2023.

Tuesday, Nov 21, 2023

On Tuesday, Nov 21, 2023, the Flowing Wells Varsity Girls Basketball team won their Inferno Invitational @ Palo Verde High School game against Sabino High School by a score of 52-40.

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Monday, Nov 20, 2023

Stats have been entered for the Flowing Wells vs. Desert View on Monday, Nov. 20, 2023.

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Monday, Nov 20, 2023

On Monday, Nov 20, 2023, the Flowing Wells Varsity Girls Basketball team won their game against Desert View High School by a score of 76-6.

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Monday, Nov 20, 2023

Stats have been entered for the Flowing Wells vs. Snowflake on Monday, Nov. 20, 2023.

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On Monday, Nov 20, 2023, the Flowing Wells Varsity Girls Basketball team won their Inferno Invitational @ Palo Verde High School game against Snowflake High School by a score of 46-41.

Sunnyside Boys and Liberty Girls win Flowing Wells Invite

92 teams and 513 wrestlers from Arizona, New Mexico and Texas took part in the 55th Flowing Wells Wrestling Invitational held at the Tucson Convention Center on Friday and Saturday. The Sunnyside boys recorded 420 points to claim the 31st Flowing Wells championship dating back to 1974. Liberty took second with 254.5 points and Sahuarita claimed third place with 185.5 points.Sunnyside defending state champion James Armstrong with the win at Flowing Wells ⁦...

92 teams and 513 wrestlers from Arizona, New Mexico and Texas took part in the 55th Flowing Wells Wrestling Invitational held at the Tucson Convention Center on Friday and Saturday. The Sunnyside boys recorded 420 points to claim the 31st Flowing Wells championship dating back to 1974. Liberty took second with 254.5 points and Sahuarita claimed third place with 185.5 points.

Sunnyside defending state champion James Armstrong with the win at Flowing Wells ⁦@SSBDwrestlingpic.twitter.com/IhgoVOwIBv

— Andy Morales (@AndyMorales8) January 16, 2022

Liberty beat Sunnyside at the 2020 Flowing Wells Invitational when the Lions were competing in Division I and the Blue Devils in D-II but Sunnyside held Liberty at bay at the D-I state championships last year 198 to 166.5 after the Blue Devils were reclassified. Sunnyside and Liberty remain in D-I while Sahuarita is in D-III and the Mustangs came in second place to Safford at the state meet last year.

Safford took 23rd in Tucson with 89 points making Sahuarita the heavy favorite to win the D-III state title for the first time in program history.

Returning state champions James Armstrong of Sunnyside beat another state champion in Gabe Gonzales of Globe to win the 120 weight class and Rene Fragoso was the other returning state champion from Sunnyside to win on Saturday. Returning state champion Damien Moreno of Yuma Kofa also won (106).

The girls competed for the first team title in invitational history after the AIA approved team competition for the sport last year. The girls competed as individuals in 2020.

2 time state champion Bree Garcia of Goldwater with a win at the Flowing Wells Invitational #azpreps365 pic.twitter.com/QcFFrZZAfx

— Andy Morales (@AZPreps365Andy) January 16, 2022

The Liberty girls took second place at the inaugural AIA state championship last winter and the Lions won the Flowing Wells Invitational over Montwood of El Paso 134.5 to 100. Sunnyside took third with 97.5.

Returning state champions Bella Bocanegra of Liberty won (100) as did Audrey Jimenez of Sunnyside (107), Bree Garcia of Goldwater (126) and Trinity Howard of Hamilton (120).

Sahuarita standout Gabriel Gallardo was named the Outstanding Wrestler and Alexis Gaitan of Poston Butte and Jayden Rael of Sahuarita won the David Nelson/Dan Penrod Inspiration Awards.

Sunnyside with 430 points claims the Flowing Wells Invitational for the 31st time since 1974 @SSBDwrestling https://t.co/ZHaKVrUGY4 pic.twitter.com/USndvadEKg

— Andy Morales (@AZPreps365Andy) January 16, 2022

Flowing Wells falls short in bid for first girls hoops title in 13 years

“Millennium just played their best,” Flowing Wells coach Michael Perkins said. “They scored buckets on us from all over the place, and we just didn’t have our best stuff today. It was a struggle today.”Although space for spectators were limited to mask-wearing family members due to COVID-19 restrictions, the raucous atmosphere provided a dose of normalcy as both teams put a bow on the pandemic-affected season.Millennium jumped out to a 17-7 lead in the first half, but the Caballeros stayed close by...

“Millennium just played their best,” Flowing Wells coach Michael Perkins said. “They scored buckets on us from all over the place, and we just didn’t have our best stuff today. It was a struggle today.”

Although space for spectators were limited to mask-wearing family members due to COVID-19 restrictions, the raucous atmosphere provided a dose of normalcy as both teams put a bow on the pandemic-affected season.

Millennium jumped out to a 17-7 lead in the first half, but the Caballeros stayed close by forcing eight turnovers.

Flowing Wells senior Milinda Arguellez, who averaged 16.7 points per game before Saturday, went scoreless in the first half on 0-for-4 shooting. Still, the Cabs, led by sophomore Navine Mallon’s eight points, trailed just 26-15 at halftime.

“Millennium is a good squad and they had a good defensive game plan. They’re tall and physical and made every bucket tough,” Perkins said.

Tigers standout guard and Grand Canyon commit Kassidy Dixon had a near double-double in the first half, scoring nine points — with all of her production coming near the basket — and grabbing nine rebounds. Dixon finished with 20 points and 14 rebounds.

Millennium struggled from beyond the arc, shooting just 1 for 7 from 3-point range in the first half. The Tigers got hot in the third quarter, led 36-18 and then 51-28 heading into the fourth.

Arguellez sparked Flowing Wells in the third quarter, shooting 4 for 5 from the field and scoring 10 points, but the Caballeros had no answer for Millennium’s drive-and-dish offensive attack.

“I loved playing for this program,” said Arguellez, who finished with 13 points.

“I love all the girls and Coach. I loved playing for this program, because it was all about loyalty and family, and we just stuck together until the end.”

Flowing Wells ended its season winning five its final six games, and could be in position to compete for another state championship in 2022. Mallon returns, as does fellow sophomore star Leamsi Acuna.

“I’m super proud of that senior class,” Perkins said.

“They worked really hard and were committed to the program for four years, so they were a blessing and a bunch of kids that I’ll remember forever. … That sophomore class is very promising, so we’ll get back to work and keep going.”

Former Caballero Ashley Monceaux-Valenzuela returns to Coach Flowing Wells Softball

They say you can never go home again but former Caballero Ashley Monceaux-Valenzuela just might prove that theory wrong after she was selected to replace Abe Grijalva in the dugout on Tuesday night.Monceaux helped lead Flowing Wells to three state championships (1999, 2000, 2002) and it’s important to point out she is considered one of the best ever to come out of Tucson considering her own high school teammates included big names such as Candace Abrams (Arizona), Rebeka...

They say you can never go home again but former Caballero Ashley Monceaux-Valenzuela just might prove that theory wrong after she was selected to replace Abe Grijalva in the dugout on Tuesday night.

Monceaux helped lead Flowing Wells to three state championships (1999, 2000, 2002) and it’s important to point out she is considered one of the best ever to come out of Tucson considering her own high school teammates included big names such as Candace Abrams (Arizona), Rebekah Quiroz (Pima/Arizona), Desiree Williams (Texas) and Cyndi Duran (Kansas/Pima/Arizona).

Monceaux had, and still has, a towering presence at 6-foot-2 from the circle and her bat was equally impressive. Monceaux also lettered in volleyball and basketball at Flowing Wells, earning All-State recognition with whatever ball she was playing with. She played for former Arizona standout Stacy Iveson at Pima, helping lead the Aztecs to a national title in 2004, while earning National Player of the Year honors.

On this day in 2007, @BaylorSoftball's Ashley Monceaux became the only player in Super Regionals history to tie the NCAA Tournament single-game record of scoring runs in a 9-0 win against Michigan (5 inn.).#NCAASoftball pic.twitter.com/odbzJbjKNM

— NCAA Softball (@NCAAsoftball) May 25, 2020

Monceaux transferred to Baylor to complete her studies where she helped her team win a Big 12 title and an NCAA appearance while earning three All-American nods. A dominating pitcher, Monceaux also led the Aztecs and the Bears in almost every offensive category including batting average, hits, RBI and home runs.

Monceaux was drafted into the pro leagues and was a member of the Team USA Olympic tryout program in 2007 before serving as a coordinator for the Mustangs Softball Association in Kansas. She followed that up with an assistant coaching stint with Evansville. Monceaux returned to Pima as an assistant coach before replacing former Arizona standout Jill Malina at Mountain View from 2014 to 2016.

Grijalva came to Flowing Wells from Douglas in 2014 and his well-deserved retirement opened the door for Monceaux to return to her roots.

Q & A WITH MONCEAUX-VALENZUELA

What is it like to be able to “go home” to Flowing Wells?

It’s extremely exciting and I feel blessed! It is absolutely wonderful to be given this opportunity to come back to where my journey started and give back.

How have you and your family been doing through this pandemic?

The pandemic has been a learning curve for my family. We are taking it very seriously as we have what is considered “high risk” family members. But we are hopeful and have really enjoyed the extra time together that being quarantined has brought.

Do you still play or give lessons?

I am not competitively playing anymore. Some slow pitch here and there is about as much playing time as I see. And, yes, I love working with athletics on an individual or group basis, so lessons is something I am actively involved in.

Andy Morales was recognized by the AIA as the top high school reporter in 2014, he was awarded the Ray McNally Award in 2017, a 2019 AZ Education News award winner and he has been a youth, high school and college coach for over 30 years. He was the first in Arizona to write about high school beach volleyball and high school girls wrestling. 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 is the Southern Arizona voting member of the Ed Doherty Award, recognizing the top football player in Arizona, and he was named a Local Hero by the Tucson Weekly for 2016. Andy was named an Honorary Flowing Wells Caballero in 2019 and he is a member of the Amphi COVID-19 Blue Ribbon Committee. Contact Andy Morales at amoralesmytucson@yahoo.com

Arizona men’s basketball coach Sean Miller issued a statement today expressing that he welcomes the Pac-12’s decision to postpone all sports until at least January because of safety concerns involving the COVID-19 pandemic.

“The announcement made yesterday regarding the delay to the start of our season did not come as a surprise to our Pac-12 coaching group,” Miller said in the statement. “Since the early part of April, we have been communicating regularly on several topics, including the 2020-21 season.

“The new start date gives our conference the best opportunity to have a successful season in the safest environment possible for everyone involved, especially the student-athletes.”

He added that his program appreciates the “leadership of President (Robert C.) Robbins has provided our campus during these uncertain times.”

Robbins, a renowned heart surgeon who became Arizona’s 22nd president on June 1, 2017, said yesterday during the “Eye on the Ball” radio show of the Pac-12’s decision: “When you look at the whole picture, it’s just better to be on that side of caution, putting safety first.”

Miller added that he is eager to welcome Arizona’s players safely back on campus. Not all of his incoming recruits, including seven foreign players have arrived in Tucson as of now.

“Our staff is looking forward to utilizing the coming months to develop our team and build for the beginning of an exciting New Year,” Miller said.

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