It was a big weekend for Chino Valley wrestling as both Keller Rock and Colby Evens took first place at the AIA state meet to lead the Cougars to a third-place finish among all 49 Division III teams on Saturday.
A little over a week ago, Prescott girls soccer hardly had any trouble shutting out Mohave 6-0 in their regular-season finale. But the two sides met again in the first round of state on Saturday and while the Badgers still won 5-0, the Thunderbirds gave them a run for their money.
Bradshaw Mountain boys basketball pulled off somewhat of an upset in the state play-in round as the No. 22 Bears knocked off No. 11 Moon Valley 57-50 on Friday.
Over 150 schools gathered at the Findlay Toyota Center for the AIA state meet as Chino Valley, Bradshaw Mountain and Prescott looked to make their mark during Day 1 on Friday.
Bradshaw Mountain boys soccer topped Desert Edge 5-4 in penalty kicks during a wild and intense state play-in match on Thursday.
Daniel Martinez of Chino Valley boys basketball joins us for our Courier Athlete Q&A!
Prescott senior golfer Carter Libis signs letter of intent to continue his athletic and academic career with Ottawa university on Thursday.
It was likely that Chino Valley girls basketball wouldn’t make the state playoffs no matter what happened in their regular-season finale. But that didn’t mean they couldn’t take Kingman Academy down with them.
Chino Valley boys basketball rolled past Kingman Academy 61-31 in their regular-season finale on Tuesday to secure a playoff berth.
Currently in his second year as the athletic director at Chino Valley High School, Marty Campitelli said there are no normal days.
Chino Valley wrestling continues its highly impressive season as the Cougars took first place at Sectionals while also qualifying six individual wrestlers for the state meet.
On the hunt for a much-needed win, the Badgers accomplished two things after defeating rivals Bradshaw Mountain 58-54 on Friday. They ended their three-game losing streak while ending the Bears’ three-game winning streak.
What better time to peak as a team than the tail end of the regular season? No. 21 Bradshaw Mountain girls basketball needs a strong finish to secure a spot in the playoffs and they’re on their way as they wrote off cross-town rival Prescott 39-27 on Friday.
No. 1 Badgers brushed aside Mohave 6-0 in their regular-season finale on Thursday and will host a first-round playoff match on Saturday, Feb. 15.
In front of a packed gym filled with friends, family, teammates and school faculty, Aaron Greene of Prescott signed his letter of intent to play NCAA Division I football for San Diego State on Wednesday.
The Quad-City Storm Elite Cheer Dynasty and Regin teams each won third place at the 670-team JAMZ Youth Nationals in Las Vegas on Jan. 25-26.
Frigid temperatures and harsh winds made the Sea Beggars Invitational incredibly challenging for Embry-Riddle women’s golf, but that didn’t stop Kendall McBean from coming back to win the first tournament of her career at Angeles National Golf Club on Tuesday.
Bradshaw Mountain girls soccer, which had been struggling as of late, was presented with a tall task when they faced No. 1-ranked Prescott in a rivalry match on Monday. The Bears did what they could but they ultimately fell 6-0 to the Badgers, who are an absolute juggernaut on offense, defense and everywhere else in between.
Prescott boys soccer got the best of cross-town rival Bradshaw Mountain 4-2 in an overtime thriller at Bill Shepard Field on Monday.
Peyton Bradshaw can be difficult to read. The 5-foot-8 star senior shooting guard for Bradshaw Mountain’s girls basketball team is so positive and upbeat that you wouldn’t know whether she’s having a bad day.