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PRESCOTT — A 4A state semifinalist as a No. 6 seed in 2018, Prescott’s girls soccer team sure seems to have the right stuff to replicate, or perhaps exceed, their success from last year in the 2019 tournament, which kicks off Saturday, Feb. 9.
PRESCOTT — A proud program that’s endured more than its fair share of disappointment in recent years, Prescott’s boys soccer team turned it all around in 2018-19 under coach Phil Reid.
PRESCOTT — The Prescott Badgers boys basketball team came into Friday night’s matchup with the Saguaro Sabercats fresh off their first region win of the season. However, it was the outside shooting of Saguaro and poor transition defense for the Badgers that led to the eventual 59-47 Sabercat victory.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.