The Prescott boys swim team managed 15 new personal records and a first place finish at the JR Pooler Invitational Regional Qualifier Meet hosted by Mingus on Saturday, Oct. 31.
Nathan Wright scored four touchdowns, Brayden Nelson recovered a fumble off a muffed snap for a score and the Prescott football team scored 41 unanswered points in the first half to beat Mohave 55-0 on Friday night.
Through three quarters, the Bradshaw Mountain football team managed to hang around with Grand Canyon region frontrunner Coconino. But once the fourth quarter arrived, it was all Panthers.
Phoenix Christian dominated host Chino Valley in 3A West region football action on Friday night, Oct. 30, cruising to a 50-20 victory to remain atop the league standings.
Bradshaw Mountain faces their biggest test of the season as they travel north to Flagstaff to play Coconino with Grand Canyon region title implications on the line.
Chino Valley hosts Phoenix Christian in a Friday-night class of two clubs that are 2-2 on the season.
The Prescott swim team was running on all cylinders in its half virtual, half in-person meet against Coronado and Northland Prep, taking first place on both the boys and girls sides on Thursday, Oct. 22.
Wickenburg has been a thorn in Chino Valley’s side for decades and that notion still held true on Friday, Oct. 23, as the Wranglers took care of business and defended home turf in a 42-20 win over the Cougars.
It may have felt awkward for Bradshaw Mountain football coach Bob Young to stand on the visitor’s sideline at Bright Field in Cottonwood on Friday night, Oct. 23.
Brayden Nelson scored two touchdowns and nabbed two interceptions, one of which he returned 74-yards for a score in the third quarter and the Prescott football team rebounded from an awful loss in Week 3 to upset Flagstaff 38-28 on the road Friday night.
Prescott badminton racked up yet another dominant victory during its magical 2020 season as it quickly disposed of Paradise Valley 9-0 at home on Wednesday, Oct. 21.
Bradshaw Mountain heads over the hill to face Mingus in Cottonwood on Friday night.
Chino Valley heads to Wickenburg to play the Wranglers on Friday night.
This year doesn’t mark the first time Prescott badminton has gone undefeated before playoff action begins. The truth is, the Badgers have been a powerhouse for quite some time -- and to no one’s surprise -- they’ve opened this year’s campaign with an unblemished 9-0 record, winning each match by an average margin of 7.6 points.
For the second straight week, Bradshaw Mountain’s football team started slowly. But on Friday night, the result was much different, and the Bears went home happy.
Despite playing from behind most of the way, quarterback Jayden Smith and wide receiver Kamren Loftin connected on a last-minute touchdown and two-point conversion to give Chino Valley a hard-fought 22-21 road victory over Paradise Honors on Friday, Oct. 16.
Prescott —The Badgers suffered a stinging loss to Apache Junction last week. With under three minutes left to play, Nathan Wright collected back-to-back sacks on the third and fourth downs to seemingly secure a win for Prescott.
Both of these teams are coming off of their first loss of the coronavirus-shortened 2020 season, so expect an intense battle between the Volunteers and the host Bears, who appear evenly matched on paper.
The Cougars built some momentum from last week’s win but they will need to clean up their mistakes a bit to compete against a seemingly good side in Paradise Honors.
A win is a win, no matter how ugly or how pretty. It’s likely Chino Valley football will agree with that statement as they overcame a myriad of fumbles and turnovers to defeat Kingman 14-8 for their first win of the season Friday, Oct. 9, at Cougar Stadium.
After Nathan Wright collected back-to-back sacks in a third and fourth down situation inside his own 10 yard line to thwart an Apache Junction go-ahead touchdown with under 3 minutes to play, it appeared the Badgers were going to hold on.