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Badgers blank Saguaro 5-0

Prep Girls Soccer

PRESCOTT — The Prescott girls soccer team struggled out of the gates, but still found a way to score five goals and pick up their second victory of the season, 5-0 over visiting Saguaro on Tuesday night.

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Bradshaw Mountain routs Cortez 4-0, moves to 1-1

Prep Girls Soccer

PRESCOTT VALLEY — The Bradshaw Mountain girls soccer team had a rough start to the 2018-19 season, but the Bears bounced back well in their home opener Tuesday, Dec. 4, at Bob Pavlich Field.

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Prescott opens region play with 71-45 loss to rival Flagstaff

Prep Boys Basketball

PRESCOTT — The Prescott Badgers took to their home floor Tuesday night looking to start region play off on the right foot. However, Flagstaff was in firm control for virtually all four quarters en route to a 71-45 victory.

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Bradshaw boys soccer beats rival Prescott 5-4 to win Alliance tourney

Prep Soccer

PRESCOTT — On a chilly, late-fall afternoon Saturday, Dec. 1, Bradshaw Mountain’s boys soccer team clinched the Alliance Tournament championship after coming from behind to defeat 4A Grand Canyon region rival Prescott, 5-4, at Pioneer Park.

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Prescott girls win home opener; beat Skyhawks 53-35

Prep Basketball

PRESCOTT — The Prescott Badgers girls basketball team came into their home opener Friday night against Deer Valley, needing a positive result and a game they could use to build on.

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Bradshaw boys snap 10-game drought at home, 59-22

Prep Basketball

PRESCOTT VALLEY — Early Christmas presents keep trickling in for the Bradshaw Mountain boys’ basketball program, which has endured more than its fair share of lumps the past two seasons.

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Preview: Prescott boys’ soccer eager to prove last year was no fluke

Prep Boys Soccer

PRESCOTT — After three straight losing seasons, the Prescott Badgers boys soccer team got back on track in 2017-18 with a record of 7-5. The Badgers aren’t satisfied with one good season. They are eager to prove it wasn’t a fluke and hope to get back to what used to be Prescott dominance.

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Preview: Prescott girls’ soccer, eyes state championship

High School Soccer

PRESCOTT — Last season, the Prescott Badgers girls soccer team found itself in a familiar position. It was on the same field, at the same high school and one game away from the state tournament championship game.

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Bradshaw Mountain girls basketball drubs Marcos de Niza in home opener

Prep Basketball

PRESCOTT VALLEY — With five games already under their belt heading into the second week of the season, Bradshaw Mountain’s girls basketball team had a clear advantage on an inexperienced Marcos de Niza squad trying to find its way under a promising second-year coach.

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Badgers boys basketball lose season opener, 79-33

Prep Basketball

PRESCOTT — The Badgers boys basketball team opened its season at home Tuesday night against the Arcadia Titans, in what was expected to be a competitive contest based on last year’s rankings.

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Preview: Veteran bunch brings high hopes for Bradshaw boys soccer

Prep Boys Soccer

PRESCOTT VALLEY — At the end of the 2017-18 season, Bradshaw Mountain’s boys’ soccer team found itself on the 4A state play-in tournament bubble.

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Preview: Bradshaw Mountain girls soccer retools without any seniors on roster

Prep Girls Soccer

PRESCOTT VALLEY — The Bradshaw Mountain girls soccer team likely won’t return to the 4A state play-in tournament this winter with a considerably greener group than it had a season ago.

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Preview: New-look Badgers look forward to new season

Prep Basketball

PRESCOTT — The Prescott boys basketball team finds themselves with a new head coach in Travis Stedman and down eight seniors from a season ago, but they are still hoping to make a run in the state playoffs.

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Chino Valley boys basketball operating on clean slate

Prep Boys Basketball

Looking back at the 2017-18 season, in which the Chino Valley boys basketball team went 6-12, it was OK, but it was his first year as head coach, Ravi Shetty said.

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Cougar girls’ basketball working on team chemistry

Prep Girls Basketball

Last year season was pretty rough, but work is ongoing to fix the problems for the upcoming 2018-19 season, said Chino Valley girls basketball head coach Catherine Metz.

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Quad City Storm win big in Goodyear

Cheer leading

PRESCOTT — The Quad-City Storm is the only competitive cheer leading team in the Prescott area and has found quite a bit of success.

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Preview: Young Badger girls’ basketball team looks to compete in tough 4A conference

Prep Girls Basketball

PRESCOTT — The Badgers girls basketball team is coming into 2018-2019 looking to build off a disappointing previous season.

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Preview: Postseason run again the goal for Bears

Prep Girls Basketball

PRESCOTT VALLEY — Bowing out of the 4A state tournament’s opening round and play-in round in each of the past two seasons, respectively, Bradshaw Mountain’s girls’ basketball team continues to seek the next step in the program’s progression.

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Preview: Bradshaw Mountain boys hope to turn page on rough 2017-18

Prep Boys Basketball

PRESCOTT VALLEY — Turn the page. That may as well be the Bradshaw Mountain boys’ basketball team’s mantra for the 2018-19 season.

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Badger Jake Schulz officially signs to play at Dixie State

Prep Baseball

PRESCOTT — Jake Schulz of the Prescott Badgers has officially signed to play his college baseball at Dixie State University in St. George, Utah.

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Prescott boys, girls take 2nd at state cross-country championships

Prep Cross-Country

PHOENIX — With four runners finishing in the Top 10 at the Division III Cross-Country State Championships, the Prescott boys and girls teams took second overall at state Saturday morning.

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State: No. 1 Salpointe Catholic trounces No. 9 Mingus, 62-22

Prep Football

TUCSON — Top ranked Tucson Salpointe Catholic’s barrage of big plays was too much for Mingus Union football in the state elite eight.

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Prescott’s mountain biking team state runner-up for 2nd straight year

Prep Mountain Biking

Prescott’s mountain biking team captured Division 1 state runner-up honors for the second consecutive fall on Nov. 4 in Waddell, finishing the Arizona Interscholastic Cycling League’s 2018 season little more than 100 points behind champion Cactus Shadows of Cave Creek.

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Prescott QB Clark, LB Amos nab all-region player of year honors

Prep Football

Within the past week, the Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) began announcing all-region honors for the 2018 football season. What follows is a breakdown for the region players of the year and other first-team selections from Prescott, Bradshaw Mountain and Chino Valley. The 1A West region, which includes Mayer and Bagdad, has yet to submit its picks.

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Prescott mighty mites claim league title with 20-6 win over Flagstaff

Youth Football

On Saturday, Nov. 3, the NAU Walkup Sky Dome in Flagstaff played host to the Alliance Youth Sports Super Bowl Championship mighty mite game between the Flagstaff Jacks and Prescott Badgers football teams.