PRESCOTT — Not only has Prescott Valley worked its way out from the loser’s bracket, but the team managed to topple Prescott 13-12 in the District 10 11U All-Stars Tournament finals Monday night to force game two Tuesday.
The ending to Prescott’s outing during the District 10 Minor’s All-Star tournament at Wickenburg’s Sunset Park couldn’t have been more poetic as the team rode off into the sunset as champions after defeating Verde Valley 12-2 in the finals.
The Little League All-Star season is nearly underway and the Prescott, Prescott Valley and Chino Valley 11-year-old teams have begun revving up their engines in hopes of taking the crown in the District 10 11U All-Stars Tournament.
It seems that Verde Valley’s near comeback in the opener of the District 10 Minor’s All-Stars Tournament on Monday simply awoke the sleeping giant that is Prescott as the team went on to shut out Prescott Valley 32-0 in the second round of the winner’s bracket Wednesday night.
Local 12-year-old athlete Mia Fisher finished first in the high jump event at the Arizona Junior Olympic Championship on Sunday, qualifying her for the USA Track & Field Region 10 Junior Olympic Championships in Mesa from July 5-6.
Find out our picks for the 2019 Spring All-Courier Team. Congratulations to each player on a great spring season.
Prescott’s boys and girls volleyball programs have at last found the captain of their ship for the upcoming 2019-2020 school year as the athletic department announced the hiring of Courtney Adams as head coach Monday morning.
With an LED stadium lighting system that can be flipped on using a cell phone already in place, construction began this week at Bill Shepard Field to install a state-of-the-art $2 million artificial turf and track that will likely serve Prescott High School and the surrounding community for years to come.
Prescott baseball is back at it again as the Badgers will open thier summer season by hosting a 15-team, wood-bat Memorial Day Tournament from Saturday to Monday at Prescott High School, Chino Valley High School and Yavapai College.
Prescott’s athletic department announced on Tuesday the athletes and coaches who received an award for their exceptional efforts in their respective sports during the 2018-19 school year.
George “The Godfather” Ponte can still speak clearly, but his short- and long-term memory fades in and out like a weak radio signal, much to his chagrin.
Prescott High School’s athletic programs were teeming with talent this year and it’s no surprise yet another player has signed their commitment letter to compete at the college level.
The top-seeded and defending 1A state champion Bagdad baseball team claimed state runner-up honors on Monday, May 13, falling, 6-2, in 11 innings to second-seeded Mogollon in the 2019 title game at Diablo Stadium.
Chino Valley’s Michael Paulus Jr. and Angelina Kirkpatrick singed their letters of intent to continue their academic and athletic careers at the collegiate level.
Over the past four years, Chino Valley senior Lauren Foster has been as driven in the classroom as she has on any soccer field or track surface.
The 2019 season may be over for 4A’s third-seeded Bradshaw Mountain softball team, but the Bears had nothing to hang their heads about on Saturday, May 11.
State semifinals, here they come. The Bradshaw Mountain Bears’ softball team defeated Grand Canyon region rival Mingus, 8-5, in a 4A state tournament elimination game Thursday, May 9, at the Rose Mofford Softball Complex to advance to the semis for the first time since 2006.
Once again, it is do-or-die time for the No. 3-seeded Bradshaw Mountain softball team in the 4A state tournament. The Bears passed their first test May 4 in Phoenix when they edged No. 7 Poston Butte, 1-0, in a second-round elimination game at Rose Mofford Softball Complex.
Friday’s state semifinal pits two teams that squared off for 2018 title.
The Prescott girls track and field team saved its best for last, delivering a stellar outing to finish as the runners-up in the Division II State Track & Field Championships at Mesa Community College over the weekend.
The third-seeded Bradshaw Mountain softball team stayed alive in the double-elimination 4A state tournament on Saturday, May 4, edging No. 7 Poston Butte, 1-0, to move on in the losers bracket with a chance to qualify for the semifinals.
Prescott’s 4x800m girls relay team of Tea Castro, Cami McKelvey, Emily McMahon and Makenna Bray won the Division III state title in a school-record time of 9 minutes and 58.39 seconds to highlight the first day of competition Friday, May 3, at Mesa Community College.
The third-seeded Prescott girls tennis team’s run at the Division II state tournament ended in the semifinal round at Paseo Racquet Center on Friday, May 3, as No. 2 Catalina Foothills of Tucson blanked the Badgers, 5-0, to advance to Saturday’s championship match.