Prescott hosts cross-town rivals Bradshaw Mountain in a tussle for the Esse Quam Videri trophy on Friday night.
The Chino Valley boys and girls cross-country teams took second and fourth place, respectively, during the sectional meet at Cesar Chavez Park in Laveen on Tuesday, Nov. 2, 2021.
The only thing that’s better than a matchup between cross-town rivals Prescott and Bradshaw Mountain is when it happens in the postseason.
Prescott Badminton takes a photo with their runners-up trophy after falling 5-3 to Ironwood in the Division II state championship match on Thursday, Oct. 28, 2021, at Cortez High School.
While their chances of making the state playoffs already looked bleak, the Cougars didn’t do themselves any favors after falling to Mohave 41-0 at home in their final game of the regular season on Friday, Oct. 29.
The energy in the air just felt right at Bill Shepard Field Friday night.
Bradshaw Mountain football’s seemingly unshakeable defense could not be peaking at a better time of the 2021 season.
Prescott badminton’s dream season lives on and the moment of truth has finally arrived as the team defeated Verrado 9-0 in the quarterfinals and Sunrise Mountain 6-3 in the semis to punch their ticket in the championship match.
Prescott badminton didn’t skip a beat in the state tournament as the Badgers easily defeated Millennium 9-0 in the first round on Monday, Oct. 25.
Chino Valley High School honored the 2021 Athletic Hall of Fame inductees, as well as those from 2020 due to last year’s postponement, with a ceremony at halftime of the CVHS vs. River Valley football game on Oct. 22, 2021.
The Bradshaw Mountain High School Volleyball team defeated Lee Williams on Oct. 21 26-16, 25-17 and 25-19 to clinch a region title, coach Karrie Platt reported.
While it’s true that the Prescott football team entered its home game against Mesquite on Friday night, Oct. 22, with a higher ranking in 4A, it became apparent early on that the Wildcats are the two-time defending state champion for a reason.
A week after being shut out at home by Lee Williams in Grand Canyon Region play, the Bradshaw Mountain football team returned the favor in a 19-0 victory over Flagstaff Friday night, Oct. 22, at Walkup Skydome.
The Bradshaw Mountain Bears on Wednesday, Oct. 20, beat the Mesquite Wildcats (Gilbert) in four — 22-25, 25-21, 25-17, 25-18, BMHS girls volleyball coach Karrie Platt reported.
Since the 2004 season, which is as far back as the maxpreps.com archives go, Chino Valley football has never beaten rivals Wickenburg.
A bye week and fall break may not have helped the 4A #22-ranked Bradshaw Mountain football team.
Since the 2004 season, which is as far back as the maxpreps.com archives go, Chino Valley football has never beaten rivals Wickenburg. In 16 meetings, the Wranglers have come out on top each time.
Prescott Varsity finished the night 9-0 as a team over Paradise Valley H.S. Thursday and are now 12-0 on the season and are Division II Northwest Section Champs.
Friday night, Oct. 8, marked the beginning of the toughest stretch of the 2021 regular season for the Chino Valley football team.
Prescott and Bradshaw Mountain volleyball locked horns for the second time this season on Tuesday, Oct. 5, and while the Badgers put up a better fight than last time, the Bears were not about to be denied the chance to go 7-0 in Grand Canyon region play.
After an exciting first game win, and despite consistent offensive pressure from the Badgers, the girls varsity volleyball team fell short in the next three games to lose the match against The Lee Williams Volunteers.
At the midway point of the 2021 season, the Bradshaw Mountain football team is finally above .500 in the win-loss column – but it took a wild, back-and-forth shootout to get it done.
When Chino Valley football wins a game, they win big as the Cougars played a nearly perfect game against Coronado on Friday, Oct. 1, handily defeating the Dons 43-0 to bring their record back to .500.