Four games in five days finally caught up to Kingman High in the second quarter Saturday.
Tired and lacking the energy that has been the norm all season, the Lady Bulldogs scored 15 points in the first quarter but managed just 21 for the rest of the game in a 50-36 loss to Prescott.
"The four games finally showed," said KHS coach Danny Gonzalez. "We weren't anticipating the ball as much. We weren't using our legs. We were just tired."
Saturday's game was a make-up from an earlier game in December that was postponed due to weather. It also culminated a packed week that saw KHS travel to Surprise Willow Canyon on Tuesday and host Bullhead City Mohave on Thursday and Surprise Valley Vista on Friday.
"Our legs were tired and it finally showed," Gonzalez said.
Taylor Reed led the Lady Bulldogs with 19 points. Heather Weninger had eight points. Stephanie Goulart added five points.
Prescott took a 16-15 lead after the first quarter and increased it to 30-22 at halftime and 41-29 at the end of the third quarter.
KHS (11-9) hosted Lake Havasu on Tuesday and will close out the season with games at Bullhead City Mohave on Wednesday and Prescott Friday.