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DRHS Swim and Dive vs. Red Mountain 10/4/18

On Thursday, October 4th, Desert Ridge Swim and Dive had their final home meet of the season, and celebrated the seniors as they participated in their last home meet of their high school careers.  Unfortunately, both teams came up short with the boys losing 82 to 98, and the girls lost 70 to 116. The

DRHS Swim and Dive vs. Mountain View 9/27/18

On September 27th, the DRHS Swim and Dive team traveled to the Kino Aquatic facility to swim against Mountain View High School.  MVHS has one of the top ranked swim teams in the state, and is very deep with talent in almost every event.  DRHS put up a great fight but came up short as

Desert Ridge hosts Queen Creek this Friday

Cheer on your Jaguars football team this Friday! We host the Queen Creek Bulldogs at 7:00 PM. Skip the line and get your tickets online now by clicking on the following link:

Jaguars Swim takes Second Place overall in Saturday Night Fever Invitational

Desert Ridge Swim participated in the Saturday Night Fever Invitational on Saturday the 29th.  The girls and boys had tremendous team showings with 2nd place finishes for both.  Also, both teams ended the meet setting new varsity records in the 400 freestyle relays, and both teams had amazing individual swims. Olivia Dayton started off the

DRHS Swim and Dive Wins Big against Mountain Pointe

The 2018 DRHS Swim and Dive Team held its first home meet of the season on Thursday, September 20th.  Both teams won by significant margins.  Boys 107 – 76, Girls 143 – 43.  The boys took 1st (L. Walker, Tankersley, Smith, Craig) and 3rd (Elkins, Edwards, J. Walker, Ray) in the 200 medley relays.  Nolan

Desert Ridge Swimmers Dominate Fast Times in the Cool Pines Swim Invitational

The Desert Ridge Swim team traveled up to Flagstaff to compete in the Fast Times in the Cool Pines at the world class Wall Aquatic Center at Northern Arizona University.  Both the girls and boys teams dominated the meet, fought through the higher elevation and pulled off some really great times in their events. The