Beau Bearden

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Prep Basketball: Bulldogs ‘Humble’ River Valley in 13-point win

The Kingman High School boys basketball team held a 13-point halftime lead Tuesday night, but it wasn’t safe as River Valley continued to put up a fight.

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Prep Roundup: Lady Bulldogs overcome slow start to defeat River Valley

It wasn’t the prettiest game, but when the dust settled Tuesday night the Kingman High School girls basketball team held on for a 38-36 victory over River Valley.

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The workforce of high school officials needs to be replenished

It’s not uncommon to see referees at high school sporting events receive an earful from fans after a questionable call. It is an unfavorable part of the job and very well could be one contributing factor to the decline in referees in Mohave County and statewide.

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Prep Basketball: Lady Tigers take care of MALC, 55-35

The Kingman Academy High School girls basketball team appeared to be in the driver seat Thursday night with a nine-point first quarter lead.

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Prep Basketball: Tigers overcome slow start to defeat MALC

Not often does a team find its way back into a game after scoring only two points in the first quarter.

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Prep Soccer: Bulldogs drop 11-1 loss to River Valley

It hasn’t been an easy season for the Kingman High School boys soccer team.

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Prep Basketball: Bulldogs use balanced scoring in win over Chino Valley

The Kingman High School boys basketball team faced a four-point halftime deficit Tuesday night and needed a spark.

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Prep Basketball: Lady Bulldogs beat Chino Valley

It wasn’t the start the Kingman High School girls basketball team wanted Tuesday night.

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Prep Basketball: Lady Vols battle to 25-21 win over Mohave

The Lee Williams High School girls basketball team jumped out to a fast start offensively Friday night against Mohave, but saw the game turn into a defensive battle.

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A caroling fundraiser brings Route 66 Special Olympians together as a group

Corrine Cote, or C.C. as everyone calls her, knew that Santa would be making an appearance Thursday night at the Route 66 Special Olympics caroling.

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