Since the 2004 season, which is as far back as the maxpreps.com archives go, Chino Valley football has never beaten rivals Wickenburg. In 16 meetings, the Wranglers have come out on top each time.
Prescott Varsity finished the night 9-0 as a team over Paradise Valley H.S. Thursday and are now 12-0 on the season and are Division II Northwest Section Champs.
Friday night, Oct. 8, marked the beginning of the toughest stretch of the 2021 regular season for the Chino Valley football team.
Prescott and Bradshaw Mountain volleyball locked horns for the second time this season on Tuesday, Oct. 5, and while the Badgers put up a better fight than last time, the Bears were not about to be denied the chance to go 7-0 in Grand Canyon region play.
After an exciting first game win, and despite consistent offensive pressure from the Badgers, the girls varsity volleyball team fell short in the next three games to lose the match against The Lee Williams Volunteers.
At the midway point of the 2021 season, the Bradshaw Mountain football team is finally above .500 in the win-loss column – but it took a wild, back-and-forth shootout to get it done.
When Chino Valley football wins a game, they win big as the Cougars played a nearly perfect game against Coronado on Friday, Oct. 1, handily defeating the Dons 43-0 to bring their record back to .500.
For the most, Prescott football has looked very comfortable playing from behind this season.
A mid-season scheduling change left the Lady Badgers playing back-to-back nights, and the team was never able to get quite on track in a home loss to the Flagstaff Eagles.
Results from the match between Prescott and Bradshaw Mountain boys golf on Sept. 21.
On Sept. 22 at Antelope Hills Golf Course, Prescott’s girls golf team posted its fourth win of the 2021 fall season after beating Saguaro by 10 strokes and Bradshaw by 32 strokes.
Chino Valley girls soccer went 4-0 to claim the first annual Cougar Cup title by toppling four-time reigning state champs Northland Prep 1-0 in the final game of the tournament on Saturday, Sept. 25.
Prescott volleyball continued its hot streak, beating Mingus in four games on Thursday, Sept. 23, to record a fifth consecutive win.
Bradshaw Mountain football picked up a solid win on the road on Friday, Sept. 24, defeating Youngker 34-12 before heading into Grand Canyon region play next week.
Chino Valley football built up some solid momentum by winning back-to-back games heading into their West region opener, but the Cougars just couldn’t get it done on the road against Kingman on Friday, Sept. 24, as they fell short 42-29.
Lee Williams was in the driver’s seat for the first three quarters in a game against Prescott on Friday, Sept. 24, but it was the Badgers who emerged victorious 20-19 after completing a series of timely plays during the final stretch.
The Prescott girls golf team took down Bradshaw Mountain and Vista Grande on Monday, Sept. 20, at Antelope Hills Golf Course.
In their second home meet of the 2021 fall season, Prescott’s boys and girls swim teams defeated rival Bradshaw Mountain and Shadow Mountain of Phoenix in a dominating performance Sept. 16 at the Prescott YMCA’s indoor pool.
Trailing defending 4A state runner-up Cactus 14-7 at halftime on Friday night, Sept. 17, the Bradshaw Mountain football team thought it at least had a chance to hang with the Cobras.
Despite having to travel nearly three hours to a high school in a different time zone, Chino Valley didn’t skip a beat and dismantled Tuba City 42-0 on the road on Friday, Sept. 17.
Prescott football is off to its best season start in a long while and the team’s latest win over Washington was the most impressive one yet as the Badgers crushed the Rams 56-18 on the road Friday, Sept. 17.
It took a couple of games but Prescott volleyball snatched its first win in Grand Canyon region play by taking down Mohave in straight sets on Tuesday, Sept. 14, at home.
In a tournament loaded with stiff Division I and II competition, Prescott badminton showed their worth by taking fourth place out of nine teams at the Basha Birdie Bash, hosted by Basha High School in Chandler, over the weekend.
Coming off a convincing sweep over cross-town rivals Prescott on Tuesday, Bradshaw Mountain volleyball returned to action on Thursday to sweep Mingus aw well for their second straight win.