Even though it doesn’t seem like Prescott cross-country put up its typical outstanding performance at the Ray Wherley Invite on Saturday, Sept. 26, they did what they needed to do: keep their conditioning sharp while also preserving energy for the Desert Twilight Festival meet on Thursday.
With the Prescott boys and girls cross-country teams taking first and second in state, respectively, it will be difficult for this year’s squad to top such a feat.
When Chino Valley boys soccer lost 3-0 to Blue Ridge in last year’s state title game, the Cougars were left with a bitter taste in their mouths. And to make matters worse, a chance to seek out revenge this season was nearly thrown out the window because of the coronavirus pandemic.
You might need to be patient with Bradshaw Mountain’s spikers in 2020.
Leslie Estrada opened the 2020 fall campaign with a first-place finish for the Chino Valley girls cross-country team, taking No. 1 overall in Kingman with a 24:46 overall time Wednesday afternoon.
It’s a good thing the fall sports season wasn’t thrown by the wayside because Chino Valley girls soccer boasts a formidable core of seasoned and talented returners who have a real chance at a 2A state title this year.
High school sports have finally reached the light at the end of this coronavirus tunnel as Chino Valley football will enter the 2020 season with new hopes and a new head coach.
One good half of football. That’s all the Prescott football team needed last fall to secure their first region (or section) title in nearly a decade.
The coronavirus-shortened 2020 season is less than a month away, and Bradshaw Mountain’s football team has already endured unprecedented adversity within the program.
Girls should have the chance to play football on female-only high school teams, a lawyer for a viral video star argued in court Tuesday.
Nothing is normal in 2020 and that concept applies to high school sports as Bradshaw Mountain boys golf heads into its fall season coming off a coronavirus-plagued summer.
Entering the program’s fourth year of existence, the Prescott girls golf team may spend much of the 2020 season on the links in rebuilding mode.
The Prescott boys golf team secured one of their best finishes in program history last fall, shooting a 47-over-par 659 to take eighth overall at the Division II state championships in Tucson.
Even though sports took a major hit this year due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) ultimately decided to allow high school teams to compete in the 2020 fall season if they wish to do so.
The debate as to whether a fall sports season would actually take place within the ranks of Arizona high schools due to the coronavirus pandemic was put to rest Wednesday afternoon. At least for now.
Chino Valley’s multiple-sport athlete Trinity Tompkins is, without a doubt, very talented and it’s no surprise that she signed her letter of intent to continue her academic career at Dixie State in Utah on a wrestling scholarship.
The same pandemic-related questions that have bedeviled professional and college sports are front and center for high school administrators across the country -- and they are far more complicated.
We all wish there was a straight answer to how and when high school sports will return amid coronavirus guidelines, closures and restrictions. The complete truth is that the situation is completely fluid but here’s what we do know.
Prescott natives Riley Lewis and Chance Hill each took first place in their respective age divisions during the Junior Golf Association of Arizona’s (JGAA) Prescott City Junior Championship at Antelope Hills Golf Course on July 7 and 8.
Bradshaw Mountain High School plans to hire iconic former longtime Mingus coach Bob Young as its next head football coach in Prescott Valley, Bears Athletic Director Clairinda Weatherwax confirmed Monday, July 5
Prescott track & field’s Emma Lloyd broke the school’s junior class record by running a 15.68 during the 100m hurdles at the 2020 Desert Dream-Last Hurrah in Sun Tan Valley this past weekend.
In a press conference Thursday, Gov. Doug Ducey announced that all youth sports, including high schools, can resume play in Arizona immediately.
Four runners from the Prescott cross-country team, including Makenna Bray, Emily McMahon, Carley Davis and Alec Almendarez, signed their letters of intent to continue their athletic careers at the university level.