Prescott siblings Grant and Gloria Sanders took home a bronze medal in the youth division (ages 11-18) at the 2017 USAPA Pickleball National Tournament in Casa Grande on Nov. 14.
Prescott’s Brittany Resendez signs a commitment letter Monday, Nov. 13, 2017, to attend Colorado Mesa University in the fall of 2018.
The majors and minors clubs for the Prescott Valley Hitmen organization each claimed titles at their respective age levels at the Northern Arizona Youth Football Championships in Cottonwood earlier this month.
Imagine, for a moment, that you are 17, just a young man, all muscle and speed, and within your grasp is a moment that will change your life, give you something to remember forever.
After winning three of her first four races this season, Prescott mountain biker Mackenzie Roberts capped an improbable senior campaign by claiming the Arizona Interscholastic Cycling League individual championship Sunday afternoon.
Newman has led Arkansas-Fort Smith men’s basketball team to more than 200 wins
The other day, Chino Valley High School graduate Joshua Newman looked at his yearbook – it said he was going to be a basketball coach.
Sultans’ 21-game winning streak snapped
Bagdad’s football team will not repeat as the 1A state champions in 2017 after third-seeded Superior posted a shocking semifinals upset of the second-seeded Sultans, 44-34, Saturday night at Maricopa High School south of Phoenix.
Badgers’ senior out-paces heavy favorites for first-career state title
When senior Matthew Bradley crossed the finish line at the Division III State Cross-Country Championships in Phoenix on Saturday morning, a feeling of disbelief quickly spread throughout his mind.
Program first for the Badgers
Prescott sophomore swimmer Harris Temple captured the first state championship in the Badgers program’s history Saturday at Skyline Aquatic Center in Mesa, winning the 100-yard freestyle in 46.92 seconds.
Bears sending Zea to Phoenix at Division II meet
With 14 runners heading to the Division III State Championships this weekend in Phoenix, the Prescott cross-country team is ready to compete for a title.
Badgers, Bradshaw Mountain compete for titles in Mesa
Prescott sophomore swimmer Harris Temple has qualified for the postseason in two individual events, carrying No. 1 rankings in both, to lead the Badgers’ boys’ team into the 2017 Division II Swimming & Diving State Championships Friday and Saturday, Nov. 3 and 4, at Skyline Aquatic Center in Mesa.
The Acorn Montessori flag football team recently completed their season undefeated and qualified for the playoffs where they secured first place in the ISSA league.
Cougars head home with 2A state runner-up trophy
In order to defend its 2016 state title, Chino Valley’s girls’ soccer team had to play its best match of the season against top-seeded Northland Prep in the 90-degree heat of Gilbert on Saturday afternoon.
Gilpin: ‘I’d like someone to explain to me how we’re not in the playoffs’
Every ounce of jubilation and excitement filling the hearts of Prescott football players and their fans after Friday night’s win over a bitter cross-town rival quickly turned to despair, anger and frustration just 12 hours later.
Ryan Greene likely out 6-8 weeks with broken collarbone
The Prescott football team likely earned its first 4A state playoff bid since 2012 with a 44-27 victory over cross-town rival Bradshaw Mountain on Friday night, but they may have to move forward without their star player.
It’s been a bit of a bumpy ride for the defending 2A state champion Chino Valley girls’ soccer team this fall. But the Cougars have persevered, and they seem ready for one final challenge to cap off 2017.
GILBERT — Chino Valley’s boys’ soccer team’s domination of the small-schools’ division ended difficultly on Friday night, as upstart Phoenix Country Day knocked out the previously unbeaten four-time defending state champions, 1-0, in the 2A state semifinals at Campo Verde High School.
'On the Ball'
Posting four victories in the last five weeks, the No. 15-ranked Prescott football team likely needs one more win Friday night to qualify for the 4A state playoffs.
Win or go home. The message at practice this week was clear for Bradshaw Mountain’s football team, which must beat rival Prescott tonight at 7 p.m. in its regular-season finale at Bill Shepard Field to repeat as Grand Canyon region champions to earn a berth into the 16-team 4A state tournament.
Badgers are 18-6 all-time versus Bears in Black & Blue Rivalry Game
The 25th annual Black & Blue Rivalry Game features cross-town rivals Prescott and Bradshaw Mountain. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. Friday night.
Rios records hat trick in 11-0 rout over The Gregory School
The four-time defending small-schools state champion Chino Valley’s boys’ soccer team advanced to the 2A state semifinals after drubbing The Gregory School, 11-0, in the tournament’s opening round on Wednesday night.
The Prescott volleyball team celebrated its seniors Tuesday night, but the Badgers came up short in a 3-0 loss to rival Flagstaff.
On the second and final day of the Arizona Interscholastic Association’s Division II State Golf Championships Tuesday in Tucson, Prescott placed 13th out of 15 teams that compiled full team scores.
Prescott’s Abby Nelson places 4th at state singles tournament
Prescott’s badminton team experienced mixed results at the Arizona Interscholastic Association’s (AIA) Division II Singles and Doubles State Championships Friday and Saturday at Independence High School in Glendale, and yet the Northwest Section champions aren’t done with the 2017 postseason.
Bears must beat rival Prescott Oct. 27 to repeat as champs
Bradshaw Mountain’s football team didn’t enter Week 9 in complete control of its own destiny in the Grand Canyon region title race. The surging Bears needn’t have fretted, however.
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