Prep Roundup: Juelfs, Freeman win, but Volunteers drop match to Yuma at Centennial Park

Lee Williams’ Jordon Freeman hits a forehand during his singles win Thursday against Yuma.

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Lee Williams’ Jordon Freeman hits a forehand during his singles win Thursday against Yuma.

KINGMAN – The Lee Williams boys tennis team welcomed Yuma to Centennial Park Thursday and dropped a 7-2 decision.

The Volunteers No. 1 doubles of Kade Juelfs and Jordon Freeman won their match, and Freeman won his singles match.

Lee Williams concludes the regular season hosting Gila Ridge at 3 p.m. Tuesday.


Yuma 6, Lee Williams 3

At Kingman High School, Lee Williams hosted Yuma Thursday and suffered a 6-3 setback.

The Lady Volunteers wraps up the regular season at 1 p.m. Tuesday hosting Gila Ridge.


Kingman 20, Mohave Accelerated 7

At KHS, Kingman easily took care of Mohave Accelerated at home Friday, 20-7.

The Lady Bulldogs (3-10, 1-4 in 3A West) host Chino Valley at 3:45 p.m. Tuesday.

Kingman Academy 15, Mohave Accelerated 0

At MALC, Kingman Academy held Mohave Accelerated to five hits Thursday in a 15-0 shutout win in five innings due to the run-rule.

Lady Tigers pitcher Jessica Pew earned the win, yielding no runs on five hits with two strikeouts in five innings of work.

Kingman Academy exploded for 14 hits and 13 RBIs, led by the duo of Shaunti Short and Chloe Elliot. Short went 4-for-5 with four RBIs and three runs scored, while Elliot was 3-for-5 with four RBIs.

Cassidy Hobbs and Randa Short each finished with a run batted in.

The Lady Tigers (11-3, 7-0 in 2A West) return to the field at 3:45 p.m. Tuesday taking on the Patriots in rematch.

Mohave 10, Lee Williams 4

At Centennial Park, Lee Williams hosted Mohave Thursday and dropped a 10-4 loss.

The Lady Volunteers yielded six runs in the first inning and were also outhit, 15-9. Lee Williams tallied a run in the second and three in the fourth to account for the scoring.

The Lady Volunteers (2-11, 0-9 in 4A Grand Canyon) are back in action at 4 p.m. Monday as they host Cortez.


Lee Williams 8, Mohave 5

At Mohave, Lee Williams traveled to Mohave Thursday and won an extra-inning thriller, 8-5.

The Vols scored a run in the fourth and two in the sixth before the game went into extras tied at three.

Lee Williams didn’t score again until the top of the 10th, but did so in grand fashion by tallying five runs.

Mohave scored just two in the bottom half of the frame to keep the Vols’ playoff hopes alive.

Lee Williams (10-6, 5-5 in 4A Grand Canyon) hosts Lake Havasu at 3:30 p.m. Friday

MALC 12, Academy 2

At Mohave Accelerated, Kingman Academy yielded a combined 10 runs in the second and third innings against Mohave Accelerated Thursday and never recovered in a 12-2 loss in five innings due to the run-rule.

The Tigers were narrowly outhit by a 7-4 margin, but committed eight costly errors that resulted in six unearned runs. Bradley Hecker was dealt the loss as he yielded one earned run on three hits with six strikeouts and one walk in two innings of work.

Kannon Butler tallied Kingman Academy’s lone RBI of the game, while finishing 1-for-3 with a run scored.

The Tigers (10-5, 6-1 in 2A West) return to the field at 3:30 p.m. Monday as they play at Kingman High.