The old saying goes, “When it rains, it pours,” and that was exactly the case for the Lee Williams High School baseball team Friday against rival Kingman High.
The Kingman Academy high school softball team demonstrated its firepower at the plate Wednesday afternoon against rival Kingman High.
It was only fitting that a pitching duel broke out Wednesday night between the Kingman and Kingman Academy baseball teams.
Linda McQuality can hardly contain her excitement.
As the Lee Williams, Kingman and Kingman Academy high school baseball teams gear up for the start of the season, one similarity is apparent – experience.
It’s state tournament or bust this season for the Lee Williams, Kingman and Kingman Academy high school softball teams.
From one squad that is making its first trip in over a decade to the other that advanced to the state tournament last year, February Frenzy is here for the Kingman and Kingman Academy high school boys basketball teams.
February Frenzy is in full swing tonight as the Lee Williams, Kingman and Kingman Academy high school girls basketball teams compete in the state tournament.
With his family and friends at his side, Kael Juelfs lifted a big weight off his shoulders with just one signature.
Chris Gomez wasn’t ready to see his football career end.
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.
As the Kingman High School girls basketball team’s lone senior, Courtney Mossor wanted to make sure her final home game was one to remember.
While many of his Kingman High School boys basketball teammates were celebrating with friends and family Wednesday night, Elijah Howery could be found deep in thought.
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.
The fourth quarter wasn’t kind to the Kingman Academy High School boys basketball team Thursday night.
The stage was set Thursday night for a 2A West Region clash between first place Parker and second place Kingman Academy.
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.
Not often does Kingman High School boys basketball coach Nick Juby want his team to spend too much time dwelling on a game.
It was do-or-die time for the Lee Williams High School girls basketball team Friday night.
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.
No other high school sport is as personal as wrestling.
With the Kingman Academy High School boys basketball team trailing by three points at halftime Tuesday night, head coach William McDavid and his staff challenged the Tigers to play a solid second half.
The Kingman Academy High School girls basketball team most likely overlooked No. 50 ranked Trivium Prep Tuesday night.
The Lee Williams High School girls soccer team may have dropped a 10-1 loss Thursday to the No. 6 ranked Lady Badgers, but it has shown overall improvement this season.
It was an eye-opening experience for Meah Wilson.
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.
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.
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.
The Kingman Academy High School girls basketball team appeared to be in the driver seat Thursday night with a nine-point first quarter lead.
Not often does a team find its way back into a game after scoring only two points in the first quarter.
It hasn’t been an easy season for the Kingman High School boys soccer team.
The Kingman High School boys basketball team faced a four-point halftime deficit Tuesday night and needed a spark.
It wasn’t the start the Kingman High School girls basketball team wanted Tuesday night.
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.
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.
The Lee Williams High School boys soccer team held a four-goal advantage at halftime Tuesday night against Kingman High.
Georgia Wise knew it wasn’t going to be easy to make the U.S. Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program’s 15U Phoenix team.
The annual rivalry meeting between the Lee Williams and Kingman high school boys basketball teams provided plenty of excitement Friday night.
The Lee Williams girls basketball team quickly saw that Kingman High meant business Friday night.
The Kingman Academy High School boys basketball team held a nine-point advantage entering the fourth quarter Thursday night, but it was still searching for that spark to push the game out of reach.
Kalani Levrets spent countless hours working his way back to wrestling shape after injuring his wrist during football season.
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With the Kingman High School boys basketball team facing a 16-point deficit entering the fourth quarter, head coach Nick Juby could have easily turned to the bench.
Tobias Bagby was unstoppable Tuesday night, especially in the second half as the senior scored 23 of his game-high 25 points to lead the Kingman High boys basketball team to a 65-59 win over Parker.
Marco Castaneda and Gabriel Otero had a common goal – make the U.S. Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program’s 15U Nevada team.