PRESCOTT VALLEY — Bradshaw Mountain High senior catcher Gunner Bundrick this past week was named to the Southwest squad of USA Baseball’s 17-and-Under National Team Identification Series (NTIS), giving him a shot to qualify for Team USA.
MILWAUKEE — Scooter Gennett got some good fortune on the go-ahead hit Tuesday night. And the way he figures it, the Milwaukee Brewers deserved it.
TELLURIDE, Colo. — With the first day of school just around the corner, summer and fall baseball across the country at the club level is just getting underway, and the Prescott-based Process Driven Baseball Academy is no different.
SPRINGFIELD, N.J. — If you thought two weeks was enough time for Phil Mickelson to get over his second-place finish in the British Open duel with Henrik Stenson, guess again.
NEW YORK — Amare Stoudemire’s greatest NBA success was in Phoenix, where as Steve Nash’s pick-and-roll partner he was one of the NBA’s most fearsome finishers.
Roger Federer is sitting out the rest of this season, including the Rio de Janeiro Olympics and U.S. Open, to protect his surgically repaired left knee.
CHICAGO — Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany does not envision the Rose Bowl abandoning its New Year’s Day spot in order to accommodate the College Football Playoff semifinals.
LONDON — Whatever controversy is raging in the Olympic world there’s one constant: Usain Bolt’s bravado and self-confidence.
The Summer Olympic Games will open next week in Brazil with the usual pomp and circumstance.
Safety-cornerback Tyrann Mathieu and cornerback Justin Bethel are among four players placed on the physically unable to perform list by the Arizona Cardinals in advance of the opening of training camp.
For a team that leads the major leagues in stolen bases, the Milwaukee Brewers looked pretty powerful at the plate Monday night.
Darnell Dockett, the big, boisterous defensive lineman who overcame a rough childhood to thrive in the NFL, said goodbye to the league the way he wanted — as an Arizona Cardinal.
The NFL says it found no credible evidence that Peyton Manning was provided with human growth hormone or other prohibited substances as alleged in a documentary by Al-Jazeera America last year.
IRVING, Texas — Sarah Thomas was never hit by the pressure of being the first woman to be a full-time NFL game official until after her first season on the job.
SPRINGFIELD, N.J. — Jordan Spieth walked with purpose down the long corridor toward his locker, not stopping to look at the photos and scorecards that cover more than a century of golf history at Baltusrol.
This past weekend the Prescott Area Tennis Association held the Prescott Mile High Senior Open Tennis Tournament, and it was another pretty good success that couldn’t and would not have happened without the exceptional help of its volunteer tournament committee.
Whistleblower Yulia Stepanova's hopes of competing in the Summer Olympics are all but over. Her fight to expose doping and corruption is not.
The face at the top of U.S. women's gymnastics will change next month when longtime national team coordinator Martha Karolyi retires after the Summer Olympics.
MOSCOW — Seven Russian swimmers have been barred from the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, including three linked to recent allegations of a major doping cover-up by Russian authorities, world swimming's governing body FINA said Monday.
LOS ANGELES — Maya Moore hit four free throws in the final 40 seconds to help the U.S. women's Olympic basketball team survive a stiff test from a U.S. select team with an 88-84 victory on Monday night.
CINCINNATI — Paul Goldschmidt made his only hit in three games count.
PARIS — After the beer and champagne celebrations, Chris Froome delivered a sobering and emotional message from the Tour de France winner's podium on the Champs-Elysees.
INDIANAPOLIS — Kyle Busch heard all about the potential to pull off a historic sweep at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
CHICAGO — The Chicago White Sox were set to wear throwback uniforms. Chris Sale had other ideas.
STANFORD, Calif. — As Johanna Konta pounded the ball from every spot on the court Sunday and rarely missed, there were moments Venus Williams could do little more than applaud her opponent's stellar day as winners whipped down the line and drop shots fell perfectly.