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
The Lee Williams High School volleyball team gave Coconino all it could handle Tuesday night, but unfortunately the Lady Vols fell short in a 3-1 loss, (25-22, 25-15, 19-25, 25-15) in their 4A Grand Canyon region opener at LWHS.
Mother Nature wasn’t the only one lighting up the sky Friday night, as the Lee Williams and Kingman Academy football teams put on a show in the City Championship at LWHS.
The Kingman Academy High School football team appeared poised for a big win over Lee Williams Friday night in the City Championship.
The Kingman High School football team scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter Friday night, but it wasn’t enough in a 44-18 loss to Page at KHS.
The Kingman Academy volleyball team traveled to Mohave Thursday and won a thriller over the Lady T-birds by a score of 3-2, (23-25, 25-22, 25-22, 18-25, 15-13).
The City Championship is finally upon us.
In an effort to teach the Kingman High School football team a life lesson and keep things lighthearted, head coach Cam Wierson turned to a quote he memorized many years ago from the film “Caddyshack.”
The Lee Williams High School volleyball team allowed Kingman High to lead on one occasion Thursday, but then the Lady Volunteers put their foot on the gas and never looked back in a 3-0 win, (25-12, 25-4, 25-5).
The Lee Williams High School volleyball team turns to the simple expression “flush it” whenever a mistake happens on the court.
The Lee Williams football team didn’t waste its opportunities Friday night against Dysart.
The Lee Williams and Kingman Academy high school volleyball teams battled back and forth in front of a capacity crowd Thursday night, but when the dust settled it was the Lady Vols who came out on top with a 3-0 sweep, (25-16, 25-20, 25-20).
For the second straight week, two local high schools will meet on the gridiron.
The Lee Williams High School football team started its 2017 season with a bang in a shutout victory over Kingman High.
The Kingman High School volleyball team dealt with a similar issue in each set of its season-opening match Wednesday against Lake Havasu.
The Kingman Academy volleyball team entered this year focused on playing together.
The Lee Williams girls golf team easily picked up its third win of the season Tuesday at Cerbat Cliffs by defeating Ironwood by 78 strokes, 188-266.
The Lee Williams High School football team had yet to lose a game to its rival Kingman High, and that didn’t change Friday night as the Vols controlled the momentum in a 38-0 win over the Bulldogs.
On its first drive of the game Friday night, the Kingman High School football team was moving the ball well and appeared on its way to scoring against Lee Williams.
The Lee Williams girls golf team didn’t disappoint in its first trip to Arizona Traditions Golf Club as the Lady Volunteers shot a 179 to easily win Wednesday’s match against Shadow Ridge (196) and Willow Canyon (200).
It’s been a similar story for the Kingman Academy football team during its season openers against Bourgade Catholic at the NAU Skydome.
Seven miles. That’s all that separates the Kingman and Lee Williams high school campuses.
At this point last year, the Lee Williams High School football team was entering the season under a new system.
Maximum effort. That’s what Kingman High School football coach Cam Wierson wants to see on the field for 48 minutes every Friday night during the 2017 season.
If all goes according to plan, this will be a breakout season for the Kingman Academy High School football team.
The Lee Williams High School volleyball team has high hopes for 2017.
Bill McCord may only have a few weeks under his belt as Kingman Academy volleyball coach, but he has already found the area he will focus on this season.
A lot has changed from a year ago when Molly Creagh took over as head coach of the Kingman High School volleyball team.
Rebuilding a team is never easy.
The goal for the Lee Williams cross country team this season is simple: qualify for state.
Experience won’t be an issue this season for the Kingman Academy High School cross country team.
The Kingman High School swim team graduated all but two swimmers from last year’s team.
Entering her fourth season as head coach of the Kingman Academy High School swim team, Teri Rose has yet to have a swimmer not qualify for the final day of regionals.
The Lee Williams swim team isn’t showing any signs of slowing down.
Numbers aren’t an issue for the Lee Williams High School boys golf team, but deciding which five of the 14 athletes make the traveling squad is definitely something that first-year head coach Larry Carver has to think about.
The Kingman High School boys golf team isn’t necessarily in rebuilding mode, but it will look to succeed on the green with a number of new faces.
The Lee Williams High School girls golf team isn’t dealing with much turnover as only one athlete is gone from last season.
The Kingman Academy football team is all too familiar with Bourgade Catholic.
The Lee Williams boys golf team didn’t have a top-two finisher in its season opener Tuesday, but the Vols squeaked past Mohave Accelerated by two strokes, 182-184, at Cerbat Cliffs.
The Lee Williams High School girls golf team kicked off its season Monday at Cerbat Cliffs by defeating Lake Havasu by 27 strokes, 183-210.
Austin Dias had never returned a punt in his life.
Football season is finally here and Kingman High School is the first squad in town to lace up its cleats with a 7 p.m. contest at home today against Joy Christian.
It’s been a jam-packed week of bumping, setting and spiking for volleyball players at area high schools.
Many Kingman residents may not know it, but Cerbat Lanes hosts a youth bowling league and 23 of those bowlers went to the 51st Annual Youth State Tournament in Tucson in late April and early May.
Tennil Reed spent four days pushing herself to the limit during rigorous workouts at the CrossFit Games in Madison, Wisconsin.
Tennil Reed entered the 2017 CrossFit Games determined to win it all.