Jimmy Wayman led the Lee Williams High School wrestling team at the Division III State Tournament as the sophomore picked up two victories at the Prescott Valley Event Center.
With his family and friends at his side, Kael Juelfs lifted a big weight off his shoulders with just one signature.
Hallie Powell took an inbound pass with 3.9 seconds remaining, drove the length of the court and made A layup that gave the Lee Williams High School girls basketball team a 44-42 win at No. 13 Cactus Shadows in a 4A State Tournament play-in game in Cave Creek Thursday.
In only its sixth year as a program, it wouldn’t be out of the question for the Lee Williams High School wrestling team to still be going through growing pains.
The first time was the charm for the Lee Williams High School girls basketball team.
At the start of the year, the Lee Williams High School girls basketball team had a simple, but important goal – make the 4A State Tournament.
From a successful December to a frustrating January, the Lee Williams High School boys basketball team dealt with its fair share of ups and downs this season.
It took an extra quarter, but the Lee Williams High School girls basketball team capped the regular season Friday night with a thrilling 36-32 overtime win at No. 23 ranked Mingus.
On a night dedicated to the Lee Williams High School girls basketball team’s six seniors, the Lady Volunteers almost pulled off an upset of No. 15 ranked Bradshaw Mountain
January hasn’t been kind to the Lee Williams High School boys basketball team.
It was a tale of two halves Tuesday night as the Kingman High School girls basketball team dropped a 52-25 loss to 22nd-ranked Wickenburg.
It was do-or-die time for the Lee Williams High School girls basketball team Friday night.
The Kingman Academy High School boys basketball team has made quite a turnaround from the beginning of the season.
The Lee Williams High School girls basketball team had a slight advantage entering its contest Thursday night against No. 5 ranked Coconino.
It wasn’t the start the Lee Williams High School boys basketball team wanted Thursday night during its annual Silent Night game.
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