If you left at halftime Tuesday night, you missed one heck of an ending.
It was only fitting that the Kingman and Kingman Academy high school basketball teams battled back-and-forth Monday night in a 40-minute, double-overtime affair.
The Kingman Academy High School girls basketball team had never tallied a win over Kingman High in the previous nine meetings.
If all goes according to plan, the Kingman Academy High School boys basketball team will be celebrating another 2A West Region title at the end of the season.
The Kingman High School boys basketball team has focused on one goal leading up to this season – making the state tournament.
One year ago at this time, Cain Atkinson was preparing for his first season as head coach of the Lee Williams High School boys basketball team.
The Kingman Academy High School girls basketball team was just one win shy last season of making the play-in game for the state tournament.
Despite returning four starters from last year, the Kingman High School girls basketball team is still unsure of how this season will play out as it doesn’t have the benefit of a junior varsity squad.
With a solid core of five seniors and two that have played on varsity since they were freshmen, it’s the perfect season for the Lee Williams High School girls basketball team to make the postseason for the first time in program history.
Dan Ondrejka had no idea that the Lee Williams High School wrestling team would reach the level of success it did last season.