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The Arizona Amatuer Athletic Conference (AAAC) junior high and high school volleyball, football, basketball and cheerleading. All levels welcome and everyone plays. Our high school and junior high school conferences includes the finest in Arizona's charter school athletes.

Started by Coach Mo in 1998, our leagues are "kid" driven and include instruction in basic athletic skills, life skills, conditioning and speed improvement and everyone plays! Athletes often get a chance to train with & attend camps held by former & current pro players and Coach Mo SportsGroup alumni as well as opportunities to meet & train with the finest in little league, high school and college players! Call Coach Mo for details at (480) 217-0175 or coachmo@coachmo.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

2013 FOOTBALL SCORES

 

Verde Park Survives, Streak Goes On
Wed 10/30/13 6pm
Sergio Torres, two time player of the year, threw two touchdown passes and intercepted two passes as Verde Park win a defensive duel.

Westland threated several times early the first after a William Brown interception. But the offense stalled at the 2 yard line. Westland made 4 trips to the Verde red-zone only to be turned away, a key point in Verde's win. Alvin Couch and Cresenio Corrales forced another 3 and out by sacking Torres two time in a row. The two combined for 5 sacks. Westland totaled 7.
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Premier Gets Off To A Good Start

PREMIER 23, WESTLAND 13
Wed 10/16/13 6pm
Jimmy Shanklin ran for 130 yards on 9 carries in Premier's season opening win over a tough Westland team. Shanklin's 80 run put Premier up 18-13 after trailing briefly and they never looked back. Prior to the run, Jones connected with Joseph Tapia on a 25 yard pass play.

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AAC SPORTS


OUR PURPOSE
1. To promote excellence in academics and amatuer athletics for youth age 10-17.

2. To enhance and strengthen participation and competition in Jr. High and Sr. High school in Arizona.

3. To promote good sportmanship and citizenship.

4. To foster opportunities for college scholarships.

AAU League Classifications
Class A                        High School League (Some 18 & 19 year olds)
Class B                        High School (17 & under)
Class C                        Junior High School
Class D                        Elementary School

 



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Thursday, February 9

BOYS HIGH SCHOOL DOUBLE ELIMINATION

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GAME ONE

MAYA 34, VERDE PARK 31

In a game that was close with Verde leading most of the second half, Maya pulled away and led 15-13 at the half. Maya went up by 6 in the opening minutes of the second but Verde regrouped and tied the score at the 7:30 Mark, then after some sloppy play took the lead 25-23. A tech by Verde allowed Maya back in and the score was tied at the 6 minute mark. Verde appeard to pull away (up 28-25) behind Brandon Beck free throws at the 3 minute mark but two timeley layups and a clutch 3pointer  put Maya back up 32-28. Verde made a game of it as Beck made it close 34-31 at the free throw line and with 5 ticks left Verde rebounded the next free throw and had one last chance, but Maya played heady defense and time ran out.

Maya's Anthony Koruba and Carlos Keith (9 rebounds( had 11 points each.Mutwakel Del added 6.  Verde's Beck finished with 13 points and 5 rebounds.  Mario Lopes had 11 points, Jose Soqui 8 rebounds.



Tuesday, February 7
MAYA GIRLS WIN PUBLIC SCHOOL LEAGUE TITLE

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Maya's Girls make it a PSL sweep for the Jaguars

MAYA GIRLS DEFEAT PREMIER

Tiandar Edison had 10 points and 9 rebounds, Carmaine Johnson scored 6 and Latisha Benally 6 more as Maya breezes by Premier to take the PSL girls title.  Kelly Stewert led Premier's effort with 4 points and 9 rebounds.  Izzy Gonzales & Angelina Payan both had 4 rebounds for the Lady Titans.

BOYS PLAYOFF GAME

VERDE PARK 51, PREMIER 41

Verde Park's Brandon Beck scored 23 points as Verde Park rolls on in a win, eliminationg Premier.  Jose' Soqui (8 points), Mario Lopez (7) & Jose' Sandoval (6) led a balanced attack as everyone contributed.  Unstoppable inside, Beck also had 13 rebounds.  KeAndrae Williams scored 16 points for Premier, who fell behind behind double figures 3 times only to fight back to close within striking distance, but could not stop Beck inside or the quick Verde layups. Other Premier players that made contributions included Josh Reyes (12 points & 7 rebounds) abd Hicham Lakdar (9 points & 4 rebounds).   



Thursday, February 2
MAYA WINS PUBLIC SCHOOL LEAGUE CROWN

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MAYA 49, PREMIER 40

Coach K benches his starters and at the 8 minute mark of the first half was down by 10.  The Jaguars storm back and after a 20-5 run, took hold of & kept the lead winning the PSL championship in the opening round of the AAC tournament.  They await the winner of Verde Park vs Premier on Tuesday.  It's no secret they want a rematch to avange an earlier loss to VP.

Anthony Koruba scored 14 points for Maya and had 5 assists.  Mutwakel Del had 12 points and Carlos Keith added 10 points.  Steady Brandon Stout had a good game with 7 points and 6 rebounds.

 Premier was paced by KenDrae William's 16 points.  Xavier Ybarra had 13 and Josh Reyes 10 points and 6 rebounds.

Premier faces top seeded Verde Park Tuesday in a second round tournament game, hoping to avoid elimination.  Maya will face the winner of that game.



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Wednesday, February 1
TUESDAY NITE RESULTS

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VERDE & HOPE WIN, FACE EACH OTHER IN CITY CHAMPIONSHIP NEXT WEEK, MAYA & PREMIER WILL MEET IN PUBLIC SCHOOL LEAGUE FINAL

VERDE BEATS PREMIER

Verde Park's Yvette Marcia scored 26 points, Delaine Numkena had 5 steals, 7 rebounds and 7 points and Elensa OCanpo tallied 10 steals in a win over Premier.  Michelle Stewert led Premier with 7 rebounds & 4 points.  Angulina Payan and Alexis Guerrero had 5 rebounds each for Premier.

MAYA GETS WIN OVER HOPE

Maya was led by Charmane Johnson & Lasini Loyu who teamed up for 12 rebounds.