Landen Francis, who was an outside linebacker on the Prescott football team, signed his letter of intent to Oklahoma Baptist University in front of friends, family and other school personnel on Friday, Feb. 3, at the Prescott High School Library.
Prescott boys basketball had no problems scoring the basketball against Mingus Wednesday night, Feb. 1. However, it wasn’t until the second half that they found themselves defensively and truly secured the road region victory 67-40.
Jair Montoya Castro, team captain and attacking midfielder for the Bradshaw Mountain boys soccer team, was chosen as The Daily Courier’s Athlete of the Week for the week of Monday, Jan. 23 to Saturday, Jan. 28.
The Prescott boys basketball team were in a close battle early in their game against Flagstaff on Monday, Jan. 30, but exploded in the second half to earn big 79-34 victory.
While it seems like neither team will qualify for playoffs this year, Bradshaw Mountain girls basketball will at least hold bragging rights over Prescott as their 56-45 win over the Badgers clinched them season series on Thursday, Jan. 26, 2023, in Prescott Valley.
Games between Prescott and Bradshaw Mountain are almost always a fun time. But it’s even better when both teams are playing for something even more important than just bragging rights.
Prescott boys basketball won a pivotal game Tuesday night in their quest to win the region championship.
Prescott Mile High Middle School and Prescott Raider Wrestling Club had a combined 20 wrestlers competing in the Arizona Jr. High & Middle School State Championships on Saturday, Jan. 21, in Gilbert.
It was another favorable team effort for the Prescott Girls Varsity Basketball team Friday night. Prescott's Senior Zoe Libis shined on Senior Night in Mohave, leading the way for the young squad with 18 points and six assists in a 54-21 romp.
Prescott boys basketball was back in the Dome Tuesday night, Jan. 17, scoring a big win against Mingus 76-84.
When it comes to youth soccer in Arizona, the Prescott area continues to be a force in pumping out quality players who are on the cusp of competing on a national level.
Five Prescott wrestlers competed in the 55th Annual Peoria Invitational over the weekend of Jan. 6 and 7 and all five placed in their divisions, including Landen Frances, third from right, who claimed first place.
The Prescott boys basketball team, which has been hot all season, found itself shorthanded for most of the night on Monday, Jan. 9, due to foul trouble and ultimately could not battle its way to the victory against cross-town rivals Bradshaw Mountain.
The Prescott boys basketball squad came up big at their highly anticipated battle against the Coconino Panthers on Thursday, Jan. 5.
Prescott girls basketball moved to 4-2 overall and 1-0 in Region with a massive 60-19 home win over Mohave on Tuesday, Jan. 3.
The Prescott boys basketball team took home some championship hardware this holiday season as they went 4-0 at the prestigious Judy Dixon Tournament hosted by Greenway High School.
Missy Townsend, athletic director at Prescott High School (PHS), has been looking for a solution for nearly eight years to resolve not only the inequities created by a few sports programs that have been represented by boosters, but to find a way for all sports to be represented under one booster.
On Monday, Dec. 12, The Arizona Interscholastic Association’s (AIA) Executive Board voted to establish girls flag football as the association’s newest sanctioned sport. The first season of play will be the fall of 2023.
The Bradshaw Mountain Bears wrestling team captured two more victories on Wednesday night, Dec. 7, bringing their season record to 5-1.