Sports Stringer for The Daily Courier • Yavapai Softball #16 • Collector of rare meteorites
It’s a new and exciting year for the Prescott girls’ soccer team, as a new coach takes the field looking to mold the program with his own touch.
The Prescott athletic department introduced Philip Reid as the new head coach of the boys’ soccer program not long ago, but he’s already beginning to make his mark.
The Prescott wrestling team found success on the mat last year, placing Top 20 in the state, and the team is hungry for another successful season.
Roughriders take 2-0 lead, but errors costly
Glendale scored the first and last points of the night against Yavapai College’s women’s volleyball team, topping them in five games on Wednesday in Prescott.
Badgers winless in 2017, but remain optimistic
Dallin Jex had five kills and six assists, Harris Temple chipped in with four digs, but the Prescott boys’ volleyball team committed 19 attack errors for a -0.138 hitting percentage and remained winless on the season with a 3-0 loss to Deer Valley on Thursday night.
As one of the most consistent tennis players for Prescott in the past four years, Sarah Jane Schott decided to take the next step in her tennis career, signing a national letter of intent to play at Colorado Christian University on Thursday morning.
Ryan Greene and Joey Christopherson both went 3 for 3 at the plate, but it was not enough in a 5-3 loss to region rival Coconino on Thursday afternoon.
Leading the Embry-Riddle men’s basketball team in scoring, assists and steals per game, Nick Johnson was named Cal-Pac Conference Freshman of the Year at the conclusion of the 2016-2017 season.
Prescott on 4-game slide
Cole Kelley and Ryan Greene totaled a combined four hits and two walks to lead the Prescott baseball squad at the plate against Thunderbird, but it wasn’t enough in a 7-0 loss to Thunderbird on Friday afternoon.
Kaila Romero had four hits to lead the Embry-Riddle softball team to doubleheader split with Goshen College on Sunday afternoon.