In battle of NAIA Top 10 teams, Oaks of California prevail, 23-20
A heavyweight clash decided the Embry-Riddle wrestling team’s fate against Menlo College of California in a battle of two NAIA Top 10-ranked programs Friday night at Eagle Gym in Prescott.
At 6 feet 8 inches and 245 pounds, Northern Arizona Suns forward Anthony Bennett possesses the body of a human freight train and the willpower to match.
Bradshaw Mountain’s boys’ soccer team lost its second straight match on the road after Cactus Shadows outlasted the Bears, 4-2, in a double-overtime thriller Thursday night in Cave Creek.
If the Bradshaw Mountain girls’ basketball team had any chance of upsetting 4A stalwart Cactus Shadows Wednesday night, the Bears needed their zone defense to be suffocating and their shooting to execute in the clutch.
After spending its first two weeks of the 2017-18 regular season on the road, Bradshaw Mountain’s girls’ soccer team began a campaign-long three-game home stand with a nail-biter against 2017 state tournament qualifier Higley Tuesday night.
Prescott’s wrestling team placed sixth out of 16 squads at the Marana Duals near Tucson on Saturday, compiling a 5-3 overall record in the two-day tournament.
Chino Valley’s boys basketball team on Saturday bounced back from a narrow loss the night before, defeating Ash Fork/Seligman, 59-49, in an inter-conference clash at the Cougars’ main gym.
Stickrod leads Cougars with double-double in their home opener
Chino Valley girls basketball post player Felicity Stickrod was determined to make her final regular-season home opener in a Lady Cougars uniform a special one. The 6-foot senior sure didn’t disappoint, either.
Spartans’ Gooding, Larson come up big late
Northland Prep junior point guard Fred Gooding came off the bench to drain the eventual game-winning 3-pointer inside of a minute left in regulation, lifting the Spartans to a thrilling 58-55 victory over the Chino Valley boys basketball team Friday night.
Don't judge the NAZ Suns' guard by his proverbial cover
Don’t judge Northern Arizona Suns reserve point guard Josh Gray by his proverbial cover.