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Spring Signing Day

A big congratulations to the Chaparral athletes who signed their Letters of Intent.  They will proudly represent Chaparral as they continue their academic and athletic careers at the collegiate level. Rachel Brown – soccer:  Tufts Haley Ziomek – soccer – University of Texas: Dallas Wil Hamilton – football – Scottsdale Community College Rashad Carter –

Spring Signing Day

A big congratulations to the Chaparral athletes who signed their Letters of Intent.  They will proudly represent Chaparral as they continue their academic and athletic careers at the collegiate level. Rachel Brown – soccer:  Tufts Haley Ziomek – soccer – University of Texas: Dallas Wil Hamilton – football – Scottsdale Community College Rashad Carter –

October Male Athlete Of the Month: Beau Kelly

The kick returner is where you often times find the most explosive player on the football field, coincidentally that is also where you will find the October Athlete of the Month, Beau Kelly. At 5’ 9’’ 165 pounds, Kelly is no doubt one of the smaller players on the field. But what he lacks in

Chaparral Football Rolls into Playoffs

Firebird football closed out the regular season with a resounding win over inter-city foe Arcadia High School.  Chaparral’s 42-35 win helped raise their overall season record to 5-5. A 3-0 finish to the season put the ‘Birds in 2nd place in the section behind Notre Dame Prep; however, with the post season ban of Notre

North Canyon no Match for Chaparral Football Offense

Chaparral Football came out to their Homecoming game vs. the North Canyon Rattlers looking to send the message that they are a force to be reckoned with. The Rattlers, and every other 5A football program, got that message loud and clear. Chaparral defeated North Canyon by an astounding score of 63-0. The Firebirds were dominant

Chaparral Hires a New Football Coach

April 20, 2016 Dear Chaparral Football Community, I’m very pleased to announce that Thomas Lewis will join Chaparral High School as the new Head Football Coach. As Head Football Coach, Coach Lewis’s responsibilities will include leading the Firebirds on and off the field. Coach Lewis is committed to instilling strong moral ethics in our student athletes

Best of Luck to Coach Hamilton at ASU!

It is with both sadness and happiness that I write to you and inform you that Coach Hamilton will not be returning for the 2016-2017 Football season. Chaparral’s loss will be ASU’s gain as he will be joining the Sun Devil coaching staff as the Senior Defensive Analyst. Coach Hamilton has been at Chaparral since

Chaparral High School Varsity Football beat Red Mountain High School 35-28

Friday, September 25, 2015 7:00 PM Red Mountain High School AWAY 28 Chaparral High School HOME 35 Game Recap   The Chaparral Varsity Football team improved their record to 4-1 this Friday when they defeated the Mountain Lions of Red Mountain. The Birds jumped out to an early lead by the score of 14-0 before