A 19-3 run by Deer Valley in the second quarter was ultimately the deciding factor in the Badgers’ 75-61 home loss to the Skyhawks on Friday night.
Season openers are rarely ever pretty. And while that was relatively the case in the Badgers’ opener against Mingus on Thursday, they still eased to a 6-0 home win over the Marauders.
The NAU community is alive and well all across Arizona. And for fans in and around Prescott looking to get their sports fix without traveling to Flagstaff, NAU basketball has got you covered.
Prescott boys and girls basketball will be starting an annual reunion for the team’s former coaches and players during the boys basketball game against Deer Valley on Friday.
It was basically the perfect night as six Embry-Riddle players scored in double digits, leading the Eagles to a 97-49 win over SAGU on Wednesday.
The first half of the Badgers’ season opener on Tuesday saw an even affair between them and Poston Butte. Thanks to a goal by senior midfielder Cade Tutrone, the Badgers went into the break tied 1-1.
There’s no doubt that Prescott girls soccer is a strong team that should never be taken lightly. But the question still remains: Can the Badgers reach the 4A state championship after falling short the last three seasons?
Since head coach Philip Reid’s arrival in 2017, it’s been nothing but good news for Prescott boys soccer. In just Reid’s second year at the helm, the Badgers made a state finals appearance, but will third time be the charm this time around?
It’s no secret that Embry-Riddle men’s basketball is a relatively young program and is still working on becoming a perennial contender. But things are starting to look up as the Eagles begin their fifth season in history after a fruitful campaign last year.
Despite only having been in existence for four years, Embry-Riddle women’s basketball has exploded onto the Cal Pac scene and this season is shaping up to be not different.