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.
Konrad Ott and some of the parents with his Northern California girls volleyball club skipped a popular Florida tournament that is now postponed.
The National Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (NIAAA) has announced that Missy Townsend, athletic director at Prescott High School, has been recognized as a Certified Master Athletic Administrator.
Prescott’s Clay Gross has signed his letter of intent to continue his education and play football for nearby Northern Arizona University (NAU) in Flagstaff.
Prescott volleyball star Kate Radavich verbally committed to continue her academic and athletic career at Portland State.
Keller Rock, Chino Valley’s star and heavily decorated wrestler, will remain home for the next step in his career as he signed his letter of intent to continue wrestling at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
Outside Hitter Jordyn Moser of Bradshaw Mountain volleyball inked her letter of intent to continue her athletic career at Providence Christian College in Pasadena, Calif.
Chino Valley linebacker/running back Trevor Gianfrancesco signed his letter of intent to continue his athletic career at Minnesota State Community and Technical College in Fergus Falls, Minn.
Put them in, coach. The boys and girls of summer are ready to play.
With Prescott girls soccer putting together such an impressive season, it was no surprise that Badgers’ star winger Lily Jensen and head coach Paul Campuzano were named 4A Conference Player of the Year and Coach of the Year, respectively.
The coronavirus pandemic has nearly shut down the entire world and it’s no different for Arizona schools and their sports programs as Gov. Doug Ducey canceled all school-related operations for the rest of the year.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey announced on Friday that school will remained closed an additional two weeks until April 10 amid coronavirus concerns. The Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) will abide by that directive and suspended all athletic operations until further notice.
After Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey issued a decision on Sunday to shut down all schools statewide for two weeks due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) followed up on Monday by putting athletics on hold for two weeks as well.
In a joint effort, Prescott Unified School District superintendent Joe Howard and Humboldt Unified School District superintendent Dan Streeter announced on Saturday that both districts will suspend all school activates, including athletics, for the next two weeks due the coronavirus pandemic.
With the NBA and NHL suspending their seasons, MLB delaying its Opening Day by 2 weeks and the NCAA completely cancelling their men’s and women’s basketball tournaments due to the coronavirus pandemic, the sports world is in pause mode.
Following suit with many professional, collegiate and amateur leagues across the world, Little League International issued a statement Thursday asking its 6,500 programs in 84 countries to temporarily suspend league activities due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Since dropping its first two games of the season at the Wayne Decombs Pre-Season West Side Invitational, Bradshaw Mountain baseball has went on a tear. The Bears strung together their fifth straight win by swiftly defeating Deer Valley 11-1 in a freedom game on Friday.
It took a couple innings for Prescott softball to get going, but pitcher Makayla Reyes held on strong as the Badgers’ bats eventually found a groove to top Shadow Mountain 7-0 on Thursday.
Prescott boys tennis takes care of business to defeat Shadow Mountain 8-1 for first win of season on Thursday.