The “Tough Enough to Wear Pink” fundraiser at the Prescott Frontier Days Rodeo reminds us that we can all play a role, no matter how small, in waging the battle against breast cancer.
The National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) named Yavapai College softball players Kylie Brown and Shaylee Alani among the 98 players from 43 schools that the association selected to its 2019 NJCAA Division I All-Region softball teams on June 5.
Two-time NJCAA All-American midfielder and 2017/2018 Yavapai College soccer team co-captain Jose Perez Flores of McMinnville, Oregon, is one of seven former Roughriders who will be playing for NCAA programs this fall.
Prescott Valley Little League’s Majors team is once again on the cusp of winning an Arizona District 10 Tournament of Champions (TOC) title after gliding past Wickenburg in a 17-0 run-ruled semifinals victory Saturday, June 1.
Despite missing two of its best players, who were traveling with the Prescott Rebels Club ball squad in New York this weekend, Chino Valley Little League’s Majors team didn’t seemed fazed to start its opening-round game of the Arizona District 10 Tournament of Champions.
PRESCOTT — The Prescott Parks and Recreation Department, in conjunction with the National Softball Association (NSA), will honor former city tournament director Don Fishel during the inaugural Don Fishel Memorial girls fastpitch softball tournament Saturday and Sunday, June 1 and 2.
Pro women’s mountain biker Chloe Woodruff of Prescott has begun the 2019 World Cup series in fine form, winning the Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) Short Track Cross-Country race May 24 in Nové Mesto, Czech Republic, after placing sixth in the Mountain Bike World Cup May 18 in Albstadt, Germany.
Camp Verde dropped out of the Arizona District 10 Little League Majors Tournament of Champions (TOC) on Thursday, May 30, reducing the tourney’s field from eight teams to seven teams and altering the schedule in the process.
Since Prescott and Chino Valley’s Little League Majors teams will be suiting up without some of their best players at the Arizona District 10 Tournament of Champions (TOC) May 31-June 2, it may be tougher to determine a clear-cut title favorite.