The 2020-21 Prescott wrestling preview capsule.
The 2020-21 Bradshaw Mountain wrestling preview capsule.
The 2020-21 Chino Valley wrestling preview capsule.
If it weren’t for the hard-working group of athletes he has on his 26-player roster, Bradshaw Mountain boys soccer coach Steve Adame likely would have a much tougher time in his first year on the Bears’ sideline.
Chino Valley wrestling proved they are still the top dogs in the quad-city area as they defeated Bradshaw Mountain 46-35 during a season-opening dual meet on Wednesday, Jan. 20, in Chino Valley.
Prescott boys soccer kicked off its shortened, COVID-restricted season on the right foot, avenging last year’s loss to Mohave and defeating them 2-1 in extra time at home for a solid region win on Wednesday night, Jan. 20.
Bradshaw Mountain’s boys basketball team came out firing sharply from the floor to tip off the coronavirus-shortened 2020-2021 campaign on Tuesday night, Jan. 19, cruising past area rival Prescott, 67-50, at Gary Kunow Gym in Prescott Valley.
For Bradshaw Mountain girls basketball, its season and Grand Canyon Region opener against Prescott was all it could ever ask for as the Bears’ staunch defense helped them score easy baskets and lead them to a 46-31 road victory at Prescott’s Dome Gym on Tuesday, Jan. 19.
As robust and experienced of a program Chino Valley wrestling is, its toughest opponents may not be against those from another school, but against the masks the wrestlers will have to wear on their faces all season.
The 2020-21 Prescott boys soccer schedule.
The 2020-21 Prescott girls soccer preview capsule.
The 2020-21 Bradshaw Mountain boys soccer preview capsule.
The 2020-21 Bradshaw Mountain girls soccer preview capsule.
For the six seniors on the 2020-2021 Bradshaw Mountain boys basketball team who have been with the program since their freshman year, simply being able to play this season is a thrill in itself.
Bradshaw Mountain girls basketball coach Rick Haltom describes the past five months amid the COVID-19 pandemic as “a whirlwind” for his 2020-2021 varsity team. And for good reason.
It seemed like high school winter sports were always on the chopping block due to a rising number of COVID-19 cases across the state. The start of the season was postponed multiple times and just a little over week ago, the Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) actually voted to cancel the season entirely.
From the Arizona Interscholastic Association’s (AIA) multiple delays of the high school winter sports season, it’s no surprise that it was difficult for teams to practice together for a decent stretch of time over the super-extended preseason.
The 2020-21 Prescott boys basketball schedule.
The 2020-21 Prescott girls basketball schedule.
After voting to cancel the high school winter sports season during a meeting Friday, Jan. 8, the Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) Executive Board held a follow-up meeting Tuesday and re-voted 5-4 to reverse its original decision and continue with winter sports due to a great deal of outcry from the community.
The Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) Executive Board voted 5-4 during a special session meeting on Friday, Jan. 8, to cancel the high school winter sports season in light of an alarming rise in coronavirus cases and hospitalizations in the state.
Kyler Murray's injured right ankle was the least of his concerns after the Arizona Cardinals' postseason hopes were dashed with an 18-7 loss to the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday.
Ten-year-old Drew Jolley may be a humble and shy boy, but his talents were noticed nonetheless as a pitcher/infielder for the Prescott Rebels’ 11U travel baseball team this fall.
The Northern Arizona Wrestling team is scheduled to begin practices for athletes in first through eighth grades at the Prescott High School wrestling room.
Quarterback Will Galvan tossed two touchdowns and caught another, Aki Pulu and Antonio Pratt each scored and No. 4-ranked Cactus looked every bit like a Top 5 team in state with a 59-7 rout over Prescott on Friday night.