The Humboldt Unified wrestling team — comprised of wrestlers from Prescott Valley’s Bradshaw Mountain, Glassford Hill, and Liberty Traditional Middle Schools — won third place at the 28th Annual Mingus Mountain Wrestling Tournament on Monday, Nov. 4.
College Men's Soccer
A four-goal outburst in the second half propelled Embry-Riddle men’s soccer to a 5-2 victory over Marymount during the Cal Pac Championship final on Saturday in Merced, Calif.
During the Division III State Cross-Country Championships on Saturday, there is no question that Prescott rose to the occasion as the girls team won first while the boys placed second.
College Women's Soccer
Embry-Riddle women’s soccer had everything going for them heading into the Cal Pac Championships. The Eagles were the top-seeded team with a 7-1-1 home record and had already beaten Marymount 3-0 earlier this season.
Behind an 18-dig, 11-kill double-double from OH Erin Clark, No. 1 Embry-Riddle volleyball swept No. 4 Providence Christian during a Cal Pac Championship semifinal on Thursday.
NBA G League
The Agua Caliente Clippers could very well be charged with highway robbery the way they beat the Northern Arizona Suns in the season opener on Saturday.
Prescott cross-country absolutely flourished at the sectionals meet on Friday as the girls took first place while the boys finished second to qualify them for state.
Junior College Volleyball
Yavapai volleyball's season has come to a close as the team traveled to Texas for the District D Championship but lost to Hill College 3-1 on Saturday.
After a hard-fought 34-24 loss to Desert Edge in Week 1, it was reasonable to think Prescott had a real chance at an upset in its second meeting during the first round of the 4A state playoffs on Friday.
Perennial powerhouse No. 3 Flagstaff was the thorn in No. 6 Bradshaw Mountain’s side the entire season. And unfortunately for the Bears, this narrative reached its pinnacle during Thursday night’s state quarterfinal.