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5 Jaguars Sign Letters of Intent!

Five Jaguar Student-Athletes signed a Letter of Intent today to play athletics and continue their education after they graduate from Desert Ridge in May.  Congratulations to each of these student-athletes!  We are proud of you and wish you all the best of luck! Below are their signing videos. Shaylee Ackerman signed to play softball at

2018 DRHS State Swim Meet Results

The DRHS State Swim and Dive Team participated in the 2018 State Meet on Friday, November 2nd for prelims and finals on Saturday, November 3rd.  The boys and girls teams finished in 7th place, making it the highest finish at the state meet in the history of DRHS, for both teams.   A total of 9

DRHS Swim and Dive Craig Cummins Invitational 10/20/18

DRHS Swim and Dive participated in the Craig Cummins Invitational on October 20, 2018 at Skyline Pool.  Both teams had fast swims and great drops. The boys 200 medley relay (Walker, Tankersley, Smith, Ray) and 200 free relay (Tankersley, Ray, Smith, Walker) placed 2nd overall.  Essias Smith placed 3rd in the 200 free, and broke

DRHS Swim and Dive vs. Campo Verde 10/16/18

The girls and boys Jaguar swim and dive team travelled to Perry pool to compete against Campo Verde in their second to last dual meet of the season.  The girls won, 102 – 84, the boys lost 80 – 106. The girls medley relay (Wolfe, S. Grant, Harr, Patters) started of the meet with a

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