After suffering through four weeks of heartache, the Bradshaw Mountain football team still could not find its way into the win column Friday night.
Struggling to hold on to the football in a difficult six-point loss to Moon Valley Sept. 15 at home, Prescott bounced back in its 4A Grand Canyon Region opener Friday night, defeating Lee Williams, 21-6, in Kingman.
CHINO VALLEY — The Chino Valley football team scored first. The Fountain Hills football team scored often.
TUCSON — Chris Hart recovered Arizona quarterback Brandon Dawkins' fumble at Utah's 20-yard line with 2:33 left, preserving the 23rd-ranked Utes' 30-24 victory Friday night in the Pac-12 opener for both schools.
PHOENIX — Chris Iannetta homered twice and drove in a career-high eight runs and the Arizona Diamondbacks outslugged the Miami Marlins 13-11 on Friday night.
TEMPE — The Arizona Cardinals finally get to play a home game.
ATLANTA — With two swings, Justin Thomas showed that every shot counts in the FedEx Cup, even at the season-ending Tour Championship.
Chino Valley swept by Sedona for 2nd time this season
In a rematch from their 2017 season opener Aug. 29, Chino Valley’s volleyball team again struggled to solve Sedona on Thursday night at the Cougars’ main gym.
16 returners highlight Eagles golf program in 2017-18
After finishing runner-up at the NAIA Women’s Golf National Championship in Florida four months ago, Embry-Riddle is primed for another run at national supremacy.
The 2017 Embry-Riddle golf team preview capsule.
For the second straight season, the Northern Arizona Suns will participate in the annual NBA Gatorade League Showcase, the team announced Thursday morning.
TUCSON — Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez loves a good running quarterback and he has one in Brandon Dawkins.
The Northern Arizona Suns recently announced a breast cancer awareness campaign where fans can submit names of loved ones and their stories for a chance to see them printed onto a Suns’ jersey.
PHOENIX — Jerry Colangelo has been an owner of the NBA’s Phoenix Suns, Major League Baseball’s Arizona Diamondbacks and the Phoenix Mercury of the WNBA.
Badgers coast past region rivals in Dewey
With the big annual Doug Conley Invitational on the horizon this weekend in Tempe, Prescott’s cross country team didn’t want to push too hard at the Bradshaw Mountain meet Wednesday afternoon near Dewey.
SAN DIEGO – The ball was flying out of Petco Park like never before on Wednesday night, helping the Arizona Diamondbacks get back on track even as the San Diego Padres made some history.
It came down to last play of the 26th annual Bradshaw Mountain Powder Puff game, seniors fourth down inside the 10-yard line down by six.
Two trophies are better than one, especially when one of them comes with $10 million.
Concerns about whether soccer would draw in the Atlanta market were apparently overblown. Way overblown.
Home runs before small crowds in the eighth inning of lopsided games between also-rans count, too, which is fortunate for Giancarlo Stanton.
Talking to a newcomer to Arizona about ideas for hiking destinations, she expressed a preference for hiking “off the beaten path.” I understand her dilemma, “Where can I hike without running into hordes of people, yet hike somewhere that’s notable?”
Running back adjusts after first major injury of career
TEMPE — David Johnson was back in the Arizona Cardinals locker room on Wednesday, all smiles as usual as he met with reporters for the first time since he dislocated his left wrist in the season opener in Detroit.
Krogh records hat trick, Gomez adds two scores in big victory
Coach Allen Foster said before Tuesday’s match he was unsure how much fire power his defending state champion club could muster this year offensively after averaging just two goals per contest to begin the season.
SAN DIEGO — Travis Wood pitched six efficient innings and contributed two RBIs as the San Diego Padres beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 6-2 on Tuesday night.
To redshirt or not to redshirt? That is the question for Pac-12 coaches who must weigh necessity and talent with maturity and readiness in deciding the immediate future of rookie players. It’s certainly not an exact science.
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