PRESCOTT VALLLEY — The Division III and Division IV state wrestling tournament kicked off Thursday with the best wrestlers in the state all meeting inside the Findlay Toyota Center to decide the best of the best. The schools of Bradshaw Mountain, Prescott and Chino Valley were all well represented with the schools combining to produce 24 participants, with the Cougars leading the way with 11.
PRESCOTT VALLEY — The Division III and Division IV state wrestling tournaments taking place this Thursday and Friday will be kicking off what will be a busy month for the Findlay Toyota Center here in Prescott Valley, starting at 10:30 am Thursday.
BULLHEAD CITY — The No. 26 Prescott girls basketball team came into Tuesday night’s regular season finale against Mohave needing a win to stay alive for a postseason berth.
PRESCOTT — The No. 10 Embry-Riddle Eagles (14-0) have been nothing short of impressive this season and came into Friday’s matchup with the No. 9 University of Providence Argos, looking to finish off a perfect dual-meet season.
PRESCOTT — A promotional event Thursday night at Embry-Riddle left the smell of fresh Buffalo Wild Wings in the air inside the Activity Center, as the Eagles women’s basketball team took on fellow Cal Pac Conference opponent Simpson.
PRESCOTT VALLEY — Like so many of the Northern Arizona Suns games this season, Tuesday night against the Stockton Kings came down to a few crucial possessions in the final 3 minutes and tonight Retin Obasohan closed the show.
CHINO VALLEY — The Chino Valley Cougars came into Friday night looking to win their first Legler Quad-City Cup in three years, with the back-to-back defending champions Prescott Badgers, Bradshaw Mountain Bears and Mayer Wildcats, also looking to claim the championship on the mats.
PRESCOTT — The 2019 Embry-Riddle softball team is coming off their best finish in school history a year ago when they finished over .500 for the first time at 24-23. In the off-season the Eagles were able to keep 12 returners, but added five new freshman and maybe more importantly, a new head coach, Christie Ambrosi.
PRESCOTT — Coming off a heartbreaking loss to rival Flagstaff last week, the Badgers took to the pitch again Tuesday, looking to pick up a much needed victory on the road over the Coconino Panthers.