Local NSA team AZ Sand Snakes slithered their way to victory by claiming the six-team 14U Summer Mile Hi tournament on Sunday at Pioneer Park.
The high school football season is nearly underway and the Chino Valley Cougars are primed and ready to rise above this level of mediocrity they’ve wallowed in for just about a decade.
Is Bradshaw Mountain’s football team ready for an encore in 2019?
The Prescott football team returns this fall looking to not only duplicate, but improve upon its success in 2018.
The progress at Bill Shepard Field on the campus of Prescott High School may not appear it has moved quickly, but local contractors and project managers are “moving along well,” Athletic Director Missy Townsend said Wednesday afternoon.
There is strength in numbers! As part of a back-to-school event at the Arizona Downs, the racetrack's regular jockeys defeated Bradshaw Mountain football players in a “Jocks vs. Jockeys” tug-of-war fundraiser on Saturday, Aug. 3.
Clairinda Weatherwax may have held various positions in five different states during her teaching, coaching and administrative career, but it appears the new athletic director at Bradshaw Mountain may have finally found a home. Prescott Valley.
Mia and Lyla Fisher, members of the Prescott Flyers, have once again succeeded with flying colors as both athletes placed within the top five in their respective events at the USA Track & Field (USATF) Region 10 Championships in Mesa from July 5-6.
The Prescott Valley 11U All-Stars suffered a major heartbreak Thursday night when they fell to Goodyear 12-11 on a walk-off in eight innings during a loser’s-bracket game of the state tournament in Flagstaff.
A great season has come to close for the Prescott Major’s All-Stars as the team falters down the stretch in a 7-3 defeat to Litchfield Park during a loser’s bracket game on Wednesday, eliminating the from the state tournament.
“Adversity” might as well just be the Prescott Valley 11U All-Stars’ middle name.
After dropping a close one to Tempe South in the first game of the state tournament on Monday in Kingman, the Prescott Major’s All-Stars came right back out on Tuesday and swiftly defeated Lake Havasu 10-0 to move on in the loser’s bracket.
Just like they showed in the District 10 tournament a couple weeks back, the Prescott Little League Major’s All-Stars are a force to be reckoned with. However, can manager Terry Magnett and his core group of players finally capture a state championship since this will be this team’s last chance to do so?
The Prescott Minors All-Stars let one slip away from them as they were edged out by Rio Vista 12-11 on Friday for a not-so-ideal start to the state tournament in Tempe.
If there is any team that is feeling the utmost confidence going into the state tournament, the Prescott Valley 11U squad has a really strong case as they just beat the odds to win the District 10 title a couple weeks ago.
In sports, the classic “Rest or Rust” debate is one that is seemingly inconclusive. It’s a predicament that arises when a team has lot of time off between competitions, which is exactly the case with the Prescott Little League Minor’s All-Stars after they handily claimed the District 10 title nearly three weeks ago.
The Chino Valley Little League Softball Major’s All-Stars were on an absolute tear in this year’s campaign, but unfortunately for them, they met their match Monday night as they came up short to Gilbert 11-2 during the state tournament in Cottonwood.
A former Arizona State University point guard has been named to replace NBA veteran Mike Bibby as a Phoenix high school head coach.
Jake Lamb hit his first home run in more than a year and Robbie Ray threw six strong innings to lead the Arizona Diamondbacks to a 4-2 win over the Colorado Rockies on Saturday night.
While Prescott dominated in all phases of the game throughout the entire District 10 Majors All-Stars Tournament, it was a spectacular no-hitter from Adrian Sanderford that propelled Prescott to an 11-0 win over Chino Valley in the championship game on Saturday at Bill Vallely Field.
Smooth sailing would probably be an understatement if one had to describe Prescott’s run in the District 10 Major’s All-Stars Tournament so far.
Members of the Chino Valley All-Stars pose for a photo after defeating the Williams All-Stars 4-3 to claim the District 10 Majors Softball All-Stars Tournament on Tuesday, June 25, 2019, in Williams.
After five and a half days at a pickleball clinic, two dozen kids are ready to take on the world.