Bagdad’s defending Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) 1A state champion football squad garnered the second seed and a first-round bye, while Mayer picked up the fifth seed and will play host to an opening-round contest in the 12-team state tournament on Saturday, Oct. 21.
Eagles now in 2nd place in Cal Pac
Grant Rowe and Nick Goldstein scored two goals apiece, and goalkeeper Jake Hutto tallied three saves in 90 minutes, guiding Embry-Riddle’s men’s soccer team to a 5-0 victory over Sierra Nevada in Cal Pac Conference play Saturday afternoon.
Since 2008, the Prescott Frontier Days Rodeo has participated in the Wrangler “Tough Enough to Wear Pink” campaign, a national fundraiser that allows local communities to keep the money they raise and donate it to charities and hospitals combating breast cancer.
As the quad cities of Prescott, Prescott Valley, Chino Valley and Dewey-Humboldt continue to grow, so, too, are events being conducted on behalf of breast-cancer awareness and treatment.
Sultans QB Loveall accounts for 11 TDs, Bagdad claims region title
Under the lights on Friday the 13th, Bagdad’s undefeated 8-man football team was far from spooked. In fact, facing rival Mayer in Spring Valley, the Sultans continued their two-year-long dominance in the 1A ranks.
Mayer’s football program has regained its former swagger under coach Mike Gutierrez in 2017, but the true test comes tonight when the unbeaten Wildcats play host to undefeated 1A state power and rival Bagdad at Mathern Field in Spring Valley.
Badgers could earn playoff bye today
The Arizona Interscholastic Association (AIA) Division II Northwest section champion Prescott badminton team on Wednesday took the first of two steps toward potentially hosting a quarterfinals match in the state team tournament later this month.
Embry-Riddle rolls to its 6th straight win, stays undefeated at home
During its five-match winning streak from, the Embry-Riddle women’s soccer team pitched a handful of shutouts, outscoring the opposition a combined 8-0. On Tuesday night at the Eagles’ campus field in Prescott, their impressive run continued.
Team-roping headers Erich Rogers and Aaron Tsinigine grew up in separate places on the Navajo Reservation in northeastern Arizona, and yet they formed a friendship years ago that has strengthened themselves as well as their communities.
Rolls past Coconino; now 2-1 in Grand Canyon region
After limping to a 0-5 start, Bradshaw Mountain’s football team appears to be hitting its stride, cruising to its second consecutive victory in 4A Grand Canyon region play Friday night at Bob Pavlich Field in Prescott Valley.