Originally Published: October 8, 2014 6 a.m.
PREP GOLFPanthers win 4-team tourney at Antelope HillsFlagstaff Coconino finished first in a four-team golf tournament against host Prescott High, Bradshaw Mountain and Mingus Union Tuesday afternoon at Antelope Hills Golf Course.The Panthers, who shot 20-over par, were followed by second-place Bradshaw (24-over par), third-place Prescott (29-over par) and last-place Mingus (60-over par).For Bradshaw, Tanner Spohn medaled with a score of 37. Anne Transier (43), Jacob Kidd (44) and Hunter Rowe (46) pitched in for the Bears.PREP VOLLEYBALLPrescott 3, Ironwood 1Prescott lost the opening game to Ironwood Tuesday night in Glendale, but rallied back, posting three consecutive wins in a 20-25, 25-16, 26-24, 25-15 victory in Division 2, Section 6 action."We started off slow, and then we got after it," Badgers coach Shellie Bowman said.Sierra Howard (seven kills), Sydney Koehler (nine kills, three service aces, 18 digs), Raphael Temple (10 kills, 15 assists, five aces), Erinn Marroquin (two aces, 12 assists, seven digs) and Grace Hendricks (two aces, 20 digs) paced Prescott.The Badgers (24-9 overall record, 2-2 section) won't play again until 6 p.m. next Tuesday when they visit rival Bradshaw Mountain for another section tilt.Sunrise Mtn. 3, Bradshaw Mtn. 0The Bears' record dropped to 4-6 overall and 1-2 in D-2, Section 6 after this straight-games loss to Sunrise Mountain in Peoria.Bradshaw Mountain returns to its home court in Prescott Valley at 6 p.m. Thursday for a section match against Kingman.PREP BADMINTONPrescott 9, Deer Valley 0Division 1 No. 14-ranked Prescott High improved its record to 9-2 overall and 5-2 in Section 1 after this victory, its eighth shutout win of the season, over Deer Valley Tuesday night at the PHS auxiliary gym.In singles for the Badgers, Lauren Mazzella (11-2, 11-5), Cypress Thomas (11-4, 11-0) and Sierra Rosdahl (11-2, 11-1) earned victories.Prescott won all of its doubles matches, led by the rare pairing of Andie Gonzales and Rosdahl (15-3, 15-7).At 4 p.m. today, the Badgers will host D-1 No. 3 Horizon, which will enter the match undefeated at 11-0.
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