Wolf's Print

SUPER SUCCESS: Wolfden represents the school at DMs 74-49 victory over Arcadia. “The crowd and friends are why I go to the games, said junior Drew Kasianko, adding its some of the most fun I have. This gave gave the Wolves a five-game winning streak entering a Jan. 26 bout with arch rival Chaparral.

Spirited sports

March 2, 2023
SMILING INTO THE COMPETITION-Sophia Hartel (12) sprints through the tunnel before DMs 3-1 victory against Saguaro in September. Seeing all the fans was an amazing feeling, said Hartel, who plays both setter and defensive specialist. All that support for our team and spirit felt awesome. DM volleyball ended the season ranked 14th overall in the state.

Putting the pieces together

Kara Hairston, Staff writer
November 17, 2022
BE YOURSELF - Taylor Crowder (12) playing golf at Desert Mountain Girls Golf home course Eagle Mountain. Her advice to underclassmen: Just be yourself and do all you can do to prove yourself to the coaches that you are worth being on the team. Taylor is committed to play college golf at Paradise Valley Community College this fall.

Senior Sportsman

Anissa Matkin, Staff writer
May 19, 2022
STATE CHAMPS--Olivia Prelog (12), Carly Johnson (11), Juliette Daigneault (9), Molly Wert (12), Marley Ransick (11), Kylie Ney (12), and Cameron Kelly (12) celebrate DMs mens and womens swim teams state titles.


Olivia Prelog, Staff writer
November 12, 2021
The team huddled with fans watching

Football is back!

Ashley Hovendon, Staff writer
October 1, 2021
STILL THE GOAT: At age 43, Tom Brady shows no signs of slowing down, says Wolfs Prints Abigail Whyte.

TB or not TB

Abigail Whyte, Staff Writer
March 23, 2021
Ready to Rumble

Ready to Rumble

March 19, 2021
STATE CHAMPS:--The 2020 state champion DM Girls Swim Team.

The champion’s mindset

Katie Hofmann, Sports editor
December 29, 2020

DM sports is back

Matthew Colvin, Staff writer
October 28, 2020
A DIFFERENT VIBE: During a 49-21 victory against Barry Goldwater, senior tight end Anthony Pescatore (31) blocks for the kick returner. “The vibe is going to be totally different since there is no Wolfden--that huge support system is gone,” Pescatore said. The Wolves leaped to a fast 3-0 start, outscoring opponents 97-38--but the team was forced to postpone its Homecoming game Oct. 23 against Casa Grande after a player from Barry Goldwater tested positive for coronavirus.


Katie Hofmann, Staff writer
October 26, 2020


Jonah Krell, Sports editor
April 20, 2020
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