The Lee Williams High School football team suffered its first setback of the season last Friday at Mingus.
Ray Cullison is no stranger to the western way of life.
The Kingman Academy football team continues region play tonight as it travels to Sedona Red Rock for a 7 p.m. contest.
The Kingman Academy High School volleyball team traveled to Kingman High Wednesday night and battled to a 3-0 win, (25-11, 25-20, 25-16).
On a football team that features a strong senior class, it was a freshman who stole the show Friday night as Kingman Academy High School’s Gabe Imus racked up 226 total yards and accounted for four touchdowns in a 48-0 win over Camp Verde at Southside Park.
Austin Dias broke a tackle, spun away from a defender, reversed field and somehow found the end zone Friday night to give Kingman High School a thrilling 20-19 win on the road over ASU Prep.
Kingman High’s Graceanne Roderick had never competed in the 500-yard freestyle during a swim meet.
The time is now for the Kingman Academy High School football team.
the Lee Williams High School football team may be undefeated this season, but head coach Clint Sasse knows those games aren’t as important as tonight’s Grand Canyon Region opener at Mingus.
McDonald’s and football don’t usually go hand-in-hand, but Kingman High School head coach Cam Wierson has made it work in preaching consistency on the field