Local Sports in Brief
Over President’s Day weekend, Feb. 15-17, 100 of the best off-road motorcycle races from the U.S. and Canada will return to Prescott Valley.
Prep Girls Basketball
The No. 21-ranked Cougars ended a three-game losing streak with a 35-23 victory over the Wranglers. Chino Valley had won four straight going into Christmas, but lost three in a row to Mayer, Kingman and Northwest Christian before rebounding Monday night.
Registration for Prescott Girls Softball Association (PGSA), a recreational league, has started, and girls are encouraged to sign up at www.prescottsoftball.com. A free softball clinic will take place Feb. 23. Tryouts will be conducted March 2.
Courier Bowl Challenge: Final standings
Registration for Prescott Little League is now underway at www.prescottlittleleague.org with opening ceremonies taking place on Saturday, March 23.
PRESCOTT VALLEY — For the second time in four years, sports reporter Doug Cook has claimed the Courier Bowl Challenge.
PRESCOTT VALLEY — After the college football bowl season took a break Sunday for Week 17 of the NFL, sports reporter Doug Cook of The Daily Courier maintained his three-game lead in the 2018 Courier Bowl Challenge.
The 2018-19 Courier Bowl Challenge on Saturday saw sports reporter Doug Cook extend his first-place lead at 20-8, followed by News/Sports Editor Brian Bergner Jr. at 17-11.
The 2018-19 Courier Bowl Challenge on Friday saw sports reporter Doug Cook move into first place at 16-7, followed by News/Sports Editor Brian Bergner Jr. at 15-8.
The 2018 Courier Bowl Challenge.