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Kira Reily’s last second shot leads Badgers past Marauders

Prep Girls Basketball

PRESCOTT — After being up by as many as eight in the fourth period, the Badgers found themselves inbounding the ball with 14.3 seconds remaining, needing a score to break a 37-37 tie with the Mingus Marauders.

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Mingus boys escape at Prescott

Prep Boys Basketball

PRESCOTT — OK, so Prescott’s boys basketball team has endured a challenging 2018-19 season.

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Bears boys cagers get job done, beat Flagstaff on the road

Prep Boys Basketball

FLAGSTAFF — Still in contention for the postseason, the 4A No. 24-ranked Bradshaw Mountain boys basketball team took care of business on Friday, Jan. 19, defeating Flagstaff, 47-41, in a Grand Canyon region showdown at War Memorial Gym.

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Bradshaw Mountain boys hoops trounces Mohave, moves to 4-3 in region

Prep Boys Basketball

PRESCOTT VALLEY — One night after Nate Summit didn’t dress at Coconino due to injury, Bradshaw Mountain’s star sophomore post returned triumphantly on Thursday, Jan. 17, to help guide the Bears to victory over struggling Mohave.

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Missed opportunities doom Badgers in 2-1 loss to rival Flagstaff

Prep Girls Soccer

PRESCOTT — On Thursday night under a slight drizzle of rain, the No. 4-ranked Prescott girls soccer team hosted rival Flagstaff at Bill Shepard Field on senior night.

Roughrider 100 race set for President’s Day weekend in Prescott Valley, Feb. 15-17

Local Sports in Brief

Over President’s Day weekend, Feb. 15-17, 100 of the best off-road motorcycle races from the U.S. and Canada will return to Prescott Valley.

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No. 2 Flagstaff stuns Bears 1-0 in 2 OT thriller

Prep Boys Soccer

PRESCOTT VALLEY — Odds are that Marco Avitia won’t score this kind of goal on the pitch ever again.

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No. 9 Badgers shut out rival Mingus 2-nil

Prep Boys Soccer

PRESCOTT VALLEY — The No. 9-ranked Prescott boys soccer team hosted Mingus in a region boys soccer game Wednesday, but the contest didn’t take place like it normally does at Bill Shepard Field. Heavy rain from Tuesday created poor field conditions at Prescott High School so the game was moved to Mountain Valley Park on an artificial turf field in Prescott Valley.

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Badgers lose heartbreaker in OT 43-38

Prep Girls Basketball

PRESCOTT — The Prescott girls basketball team led Peoria for much of Tuesday night, but trailing 36-29 late in the game, Tiffane Tran took over for the Panthers. Tran was able to knock down a shot inside the arc, before hitting a three-pointer to tie the game at 38-38 before we headed to overtime and the Panthers ultimately held the Badgers scoreless taking the victory 43-38.

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No. 5 Badgers top rival Mingus 1-nil

Prep Girls Soccer

COTTONWOOD — The No. 5-ranked Prescott girls soccer team held on to win a rain-soaked top 10 battle at Mingus on Tuesday night, 1-0.

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Photo: Cougars beat rival Wickenburg 35-23

Prep Girls Basketball

The No. 21-ranked Cougars ended a three-game losing streak with a 35-23 victory over the Wranglers. Chino Valley had won four straight going into Christmas, but lost three in a row to Mayer, Kingman and Northwest Christian before rebounding Monday night.

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Crusaders hang on to edge Cougars girls hoops, 30-28

Prep Girls Basketball

CHINO VALLEY — Northwest Christian held off a late charge from Chino Valley’s girls basketball team on Friday, Jan. 11, handing the Cougars their second straight loss to begin 3A West region play.

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Northwest Christian boys blast Chino Valley to stay unbeaten in 3A West

Prep Boys Basketball

CHINO VALLEY — Learning how to win on the hardwood can be difficult for an inexperienced bunch.

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Martinez leads Badgers past Estrella Foothills 5-0

Prep Boys Soccer

GOODYEAR — For the first time in 2019, the Prescott boys soccer team took to the pitch as they traveled down to Goodyear to play Estrella Foothills. The Badgers were able to have a successful offensive game behind 20 shots on goal and took the victory 5-0 over the Wolves.

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NAZ Suns to host Badgers vs. Bears double-header, Feb. 2

Prep Basketball

PRESCOTT VALLEY — The Northern Arizona Suns and the newly named Findlay Toyota Center, will play host to a Bradshaw Mountain, Prescott High School varsity basketball double-header on Saturday, Feb. 2, 2019.

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Magnett sisters lead Prescott past Wolves 2-0

Prep Girls Soccer

PRESCOTT — In a rematch of their 2018 girls soccer state quarterfinal playoff game, the Prescott Badgers and Estrella Foothills Wolves met Thursday night, this time with the Badgers hosting.

Local Sports in Brief: Prescott Girls Softball Association sign-ups begin

Prep Sports

Registration for Prescott Girls Softball Association (PGSA), a recreational league, has started, and girls are encouraged to sign up at www.prescottsoftball.com. A free softball clinic will take place Feb. 23. Tryouts will be conducted March 2.

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Badgers use 13 pins to beat Flagstaff, Mingus

Prep Wrestling

PRESCOTT — The Prescott wrestling team dominated a three-way dual against section opponents Mingus and Flagstaff on Wednesday in Prescott. The Badgers went 2-0 on the day, defeating Flagstaff, 56-12, and defeating Mingus 46-28.

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Bradshaw Mountain grapplers finish 3rd at Coconino dual meet

Prep Wrestling

FLAGSTAFF — Bradshaw Mountain’s wrestling team placed third in a five-way Division III, Section IV dual meet Wednesday, Jan. 9, at Coconino High School, after finishing with a 2-2 record.

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Chino Valley wrestling wins three-way section dual at Snowflake

Prep Wrestling

SNOWFLAKE — Chino Valley’s wrestling team won a three-way Division III, Section IV dual meet on Wednesday, Jan. 9, besting Blue Ridge, 66-18, and topping host Snowflake, 42-28, as the 2018-19 season starts to wind down.

Basketball ref in Tucson fired over alleged racist remark

Prep Basketball

TUCSON — The Arizona Interscholastic Association has fired a high school basketball referee who reportedly made a racist remark before a freshman game in the Tucson area.

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Clark, Bundrick lead Bears past Prescott 56-35

Prep Girls Basketball

PRESCOTT — Tuesday night, the Bradshaw Mountain girls basketball team traveled to Prescott to face the Badgers looking to win their seventh-straight game over their cross-town rival and they did just that, 56-35.

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Bradshaw Mountain powers past Badgers 65-52

Prep Boys Basketball

PRESCOTT — The Prescott boys basketball team is green in 2018-19, and it showed against rival Bradshaw Mountain on Tuesday.

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Embry-Riddle grapplers stay unbeaten with victory over Warner Pacific

College Wrestling

PRESCOTT — Picking up two pin victories in the first 33 seconds of their matches, Eli Mason and Carlos Apodaca sparked an Eagle win in their return to the mat for the first time in more than 2 weeks Monday.

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3-time national champion coach Joe Kersting joins Badger football staff as OC

Prep Football

PRESCOTT — Longtime junior college football coach and three-time national champion Joe Kersting has joined the Prescott football program as its next offensive coordinator, head coach Cody Collett announced Sunday morning.

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