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Prescott baseball sweeps Mohave, braces for Mingus in finale

Prep Baseball

PRESCOTT — The 4A No. 17-ranked Prescott baseball team started all eight of its seniors on Senior Day Thursday afternoon, and it panned out well for the Badgers, who notched a 7-1 victory over Mohave in their regular-season home finale.

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Prescott girls’ tennis snaps 2-match losing streak

Prep Girls Tennis

PHOENIX — The 4A No. 18-ranked Prescott girls’ tennis team snapped a two-match losing streak Wednesday on the road, blanking Barry Goldwater, 9-0, to up its record to 6-3 overall and 2-2 in Division II, Section II.

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Thunderbird shuts out Badgers, 7-0

Prescott on 4-game slide

Cole Kelley and Ryan Greene totaled a combined four hits and two walks to lead the Prescott baseball squad at the plate against Thunderbird, but it wasn’t enough in a 7-0 loss to Thunderbird on Friday afternoon.

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Local Rundown: Prescott boys’ hoops glides past Apache Junction, 60-48

APACHE JUNCTION – Prescott High’s boys’ basketball team recorded a 60-48 victory in its 2016-17 season opener at Apache Junction on Tuesday night, Nov. 29.

Local Rundown: Prescott spikers now 9-1 after win at Youngker

BUCKEYE – Prescott High’s volleyball team took a brief break from 4A Conference Grand Canyon Region play on Tuesday, Oct. 4, defeating Youngker, 3-2, on the road.

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Local Rundown: Prescott, Bradshaw baseball succumb in state’s 2nd round

Badger softball suffers same fate

Prescott High’s baseball team lost a heartbreaker in the second round of the Division II State Tournament on Tuesday, May 3, falling in extra innings to Apollo to end the Badgers’ postseason.

Local Rundown: Prescott baseball blanks Westview behind Jones, Goffena, Mendibles

Prescott High’s baseball team upped its Division II, Section V record to 5-4 on Wednesday, April 20, shutting out struggling Westview on the road.

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Local Rundown: Prescott High baseball falls at Cactus Shadows; Chino softball upsets Tuba City

The Division II No. 17-ranked Prescott High baseball team lost its third consecutive game on Wednesday, April 6, succumbing at No. 16 Cactus Shadows.

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Gilpin tapped to lead Badger football

After a lengthy process of sifting through the best possible candidates to lead the Badger football program, Prescott athletic director Missy Townsend officially announced Tuesday they had their man.