In most cases, an 8-2 victory in soccer usually signals a dominant performance by the winning side. But in this case, Chino Valley’s 8-2 home win over Desert Christian on Saturday didn’t exactly sit right with head coach Todd Carey.
Tommy Dieu (00) of the Prescott Valley Hitmen majors team breaks through the team banner before their game against Bagdad on Saturday, Sept. 28, 2019, at Bradshaw Mountain Middle School in Prescott Valley.
Somewhere beyond the Pearly Gates on Friday, Sept. 27, Woody Hayes must’ve been giddy.
Coming up against yet another tall task for the second week in a row, the short-handed Chino Valley football team couldn’t get anything going in a 41-14 loss to Odyssey Institute (4-1) during their homecoming game on Friday.
Our Week 5 gameday glance for Friday night's Bradshaw Mountain-Coconino game at Bob Pavlich Field in Prescott Valley.
In a potential preview of the girls soccer state championship, fierce rivals Chino Valley and Northland Prep locked horns on Thursday. And in dramatic fashion, it was the Spartans who upended the Cougars 5-3 in overtime to remain as the only unbeaten team in 2A.
Prescott cross-country put together a respectable outing at the Doug Conley Invitational in Tempe on Saturday. Both the boys and girls teams placed third among 18 and 11 teams, respectively.
The Prescott High School football field and track project is on schedule with the Badgers winning their homecoming game this past weekend on the new astroturf surface, and the next home game against rival Bradshaw Mountain High School scheduled for Friday, Oct. 11.
‘Twas a night to remember. A night where the Prescott-Flagstaff football game on Friday was a homecoming in more ways than one.
There are times in life, maybe a handful, when everything changes. A moment, simple or world shattering, slanting the past, shaping all still to come.
Prescott football’s difficult schedule to kick off the 2019 season should pay dividends later on this fall, even if the Badgers did take a couple lumps here in the early going.
You might’ve thought that a hot start, both literally and figuratively, would’ve helped the Bradshaw Mountain football team in its pursuit of a third consecutive win on Friday the 13th in Phoenix.
Heritage Middle School cross-country is running on all cylinders as the boys side placed first out of 24 teams while the girls placed fifth out of 25 teams at the Desert Solstice Invitational in Tucson on Friday, Sept. 6.
This season, Chino Valley girls soccer are proving to be the definition of utter dominance as the Cougars have steamrolled the competition in their first eight games, including this latest 6-0 shutout over Show Low on Friday at Chino Valley High School.
The energy was high. The stakes were a little higher. But the bragging rights? Well, they belong to Bradshaw Mountain, at least for now.