Sabino High School is more than 200 miles away in Tucson, but a decision by the Arizona Interscholastic Association or lack thereof sent ripple effects all the way north to Kingman.
The goal is not changing for the Kingman High School softball team.
Baseball and softball season is here, but that doesn’t mean every squad is fully prepared.
There was no telling how the 2018-19 season would unfold for the Kingman Academy High School boys basketball team, especially with it being the first year in the 3A West Region.
Following a season in which the Kingman High School girls basketball team won a 3A West Region crown and advanced to the second round of the 3A State Championship, three Lady Bulldogs garnered postseason accolades.
At some point, all good things must come to an end.
It’s been five years since the Kingman High School girls basketball team advanced to the quarterfinals of the state tournament.
Wednesday night was special for a number of reasons.
It’s no secret that senior leadership is important for any squad that wants to win games at state.
It’s been a few years, but the Kingman Academy High School boys basketball team has a history with Yuma Catholic.
When Sadie Serrano first met Lee Williams High School girls soccer coach Chris Selby, she didn’t hesitate to talk about the goal of playing at the next level.
The third time is the charm.
Five matches in two days was no problem for Jimmy Wayman.
Neither team wanted to see its season end Friday night.
As the wins continued piling up and the season neared its end, the possibility of a perfect record in the 3A West Region looked more and more promising.
A short two and a half miles is all that separates the two schools.
For the first time in school history, the Lee Williams High School boys basketball team will host a postseason contest Friday night against No. 17 seed Moon Valley.
Consistency is key in any program and the Lee Williams High School wrestling team is proving that to be true as it will send three grapplers to state for the second consecutive season.
Solid defense proved crucial Tuesday as the Lee Williams High School girls basketball team picked up a 43-38 road win over Mingus.
The regular season is not over yet, but the Kingman High School girls basketball team can check one goal off its list – a region championship.
From start to finish, Tuesday night was all about the seven Kingman Academy High School boys basketball seniors.
When it comes to setting the tone in a game, there’s no better way to do so than with press defense.
When the Kingman Academy High School boys basketball team plays in the friendly confines of Betty Rowe Gymnasium, it’s almost a guarantee the Tigers will come away with a victory.
The local Kingsmen will host the PRCA rodeo in early June and then welcome a new circuit – the Grand Canyon Pro Rodeo – to town in late September.
The special season continued Friday night as the Kingman High School girls basketball team knocked off River Valley 44-33 for its eighth win in the 3A West Region.
Fans didn’t have to remain silent for very long Friday night.
As the minutes started ticking off the clock, Jerry Arave did something all coaches want to do on Senior Night – honor each athlete one last time.
It appeared the Lee Williams High School boys basketball team was on its way to an easy win over Flagstaff High.
Two out of three is always good, especially when it’s two titles in three seasons.
A three-point first quarter could have proven costly on the road Tuesday, but the Lee Williams High School girls basketball team made sure it didn’t in a 33-28 win over Prescott.
As the old saying goes, "It ain’t over til it’s over."
Paige Lucero originally wanted to do what many end up doing – pick a college close to home.
Sometimes a little trust can go a long way in leading a squad to great success.
Two non-region games were just the right medicine for the Lee Williams High School boys basketball team.
A tough loss was all the motivation the Kingman Academy High School boys basketball team needed Friday night when it welcomed Wickenburg to town for a 3A West Region showdown.
It may have been a little too close for comfort, but a win is a win.
Three games in one week is never easy, especially when two of them are against non-region opponents.
I’ll be the first one to admit – I never imagined this basketball season playing out the way it has, especially with no clear-cut favorite out of the six local teams.
The Kingman High School boys soccer team may only have one game remaining, but it has a chance to end the season on a high note after knocking off Parker 4-3 on Tuesday.
History was made Tuesday when the Lee Williams High School girls basketball team knocked off Bradshaw Mountain.
It’s never easy to lose a game, especially when it comes on your home floor against a team you already beat this season.
As the season winds down, grapplers are running out of time to put up their best performances.
A five-point lead with 1:44 remaining in the game isn’t bad, but it’s far from a comfortable margin.
Friday night went beyond the game of basketball.
It was only a matter of time before it happened, but it doesn’t take away from the significance of it.
Sometimes flying under the radar is the best way for a squad to rise to the top of the pack.
It’s tough to beat an opponent when it continues to find a way to stay in the game.
When a team is ranked in the top 10, every opponent is looking to tally an upset.
Two region losses by no more than six points is a tough way to start the New Year.
There was a lot on the line for the Lee Williams High School boys basketball team Friday night against Mingus.