SNOWFLAKE — It could’ve been a signature power-point win for Chino Valley’s softball team, one that would have increased its stock in the 3A ranks as the 2019 regular season draws to a close.
SNOWFLAKE — With a third consecutive 3A West region championship no longer in reach, Chino Valley’s baseball team sure could use a couple of quality victories down the stretch as the postseason nears.
PRESCOTT VALLEY — Region champions! Bradshaw Mountain’s softball program hadn’t uttered those words in 12 years until Monday, April 15, when the 2019 Bears clinched the Grand Canyon region title with a 2-0 victory over Coconino in Flagstaff.
10 couples perform to benefit Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Arizona
When five working professionals, from law enforcement and medicine to business and construction, agree to step out of their comfort zones and practice dance moves for nearly six months, you know it must be for a good cause.
PRESCOTT — Playing in cold, wet and windy conditions under partly cloudy skies, Prescott’s softball team seemed a bit under the weather on Friday, April 12, with the exception of the fourth and fifth innings.
PRESCOTT VALLEY — On Senior Day, Bradshaw Mountain softball second baseman Shelby Dilcher truly enjoyed her regular-season sendoff. Not only is she the 2019 team’s lone senior, she is the captain of a Bears squad that is ranked No. 4 in 4A and has a legitimate shot to win a Grand Canyon region championship and forge a long run in the state playoffs.
Pro Mountain Biking
PRESCOTT — It’s official: Defending women’s cross-country mountain bike world champion Kate Courtney of San Francisco will return to compete in the Whiskey Off-Road pro race Sunday, April 28, in Prescott.
PRESCOTT VALLEY — Bradshaw Mountain has named Clairinda Weatherwax as its next athletic director, Principal Kort Miner announced Wednesday morning.
PRESCOTT VALLEY — Prescott senior pitcher Ray Chairez may not be imposing on the mound, but he’s deceptive with his sidearm angle and his off-speed stuff.
Michigan native remembered as charismatic, upbeat
Jeff Duncan, Mayer High School’s cherished principal, athletic director and basketball coach for the past eight years, died of complications from Stage IV liver cancer on April 2. He was 56.