7 things to look forward to in Arizona high school sports in 2023

Perry guard Cody Williams (24) goes to the basket against Liberty forward Caden Hunter (24) at Liberty High School gym in Peoria, Ariz., on Nov. 29, 2022.

Now that 2022 is in the rear-view mirror, it’s time to look ahead. Expect more thrill rides. Great games. Big moments. Historic feats. And another wave of incredibly talented athletes in Arizona high school sports in 2023.

Here are seven things to look forward to in the 2023 calendar year:

1. Open basketball

The Arizona Interscholastic Association finished its fourth season in December with an Open Division playoff for football. And by all accounts, it has been a success. Some might not see the point of having an Open with seven of the eight teams last season being from the highest conference, the 6A. But it’s opened up opportunities for more schools to win a championship in their conference by moving top teams into the Open playoff.

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Travis Burnett

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