Building a successful program takes years of development and consistent coaching.
When a team graduates 12 seniors, it’s difficult to know where the season is headed.
Bouncing back from a winless season isn’t the easiest thing to do.
Following a season in which the Kingman Academy High School volleyball team finished 7-3 in 2A West and advanced to a state tournament play-in game, five Lady Tigers earned all-region accolades.
If you left at halftime Tuesday night, you missed one heck of an ending.
It was only fitting that the Kingman and Kingman Academy high school basketball teams battled back-and-forth Monday night in a 40-minute, double-overtime affair.
The Kingman Academy High School girls basketball team had never tallied a win over Kingman High in the previous nine meetings.
One year ago at this time, Cain Atkinson was preparing for his first season as head coach of the Lee Williams High School boys basketball team.
The Kingman High School boys basketball team has focused on one goal leading up to this season – making the state tournament.
If all goes according to plan, the Kingman Academy High School boys basketball team will be celebrating another 2A West Region title at the end of the season.
The Kingman Academy High School girls basketball team was just one win shy last season of making the play-in game for the state tournament.
Despite returning four starters from last year, the Kingman High School girls basketball team is still unsure of how this season will play out as it doesn’t have the benefit of a junior varsity squad.
With a solid core of five seniors and two that have played on varsity since they were freshmen, it’s the perfect season for the Lee Williams High School girls basketball team to make the postseason for the first time in program history.
Dan Ondrejka had no idea that the Lee Williams High School wrestling team would reach the level of success it did last season.
Logan Masters has played chess since he was in the third grade.
As soon as Trysta Rucker went to visit Southern Oregon University, the Lee Williams High School senior knew it was the right place to continue her track and field career.
Gabe Lumas’ seven interceptions against Flagstaff High in 2011 is a mark that still remains tied for third in the National Federation of State High School Associations’ record book.
The Kingman Academy High School football team has a long trek ahead – 321 miles to be exact – for its first round 2A State Tournament contest at 6 p.m. Saturday against No. 1-seed Round Valley.
For the first time in program history, the Lee Williams girls cross country team is headed to the Division III State Championship, which is scheduled for 8:55 a.m. Saturday at the Cave Creek Golf Course in Phoenix.
The swimmers are hoping to make waves at the state competition
Jose Altuve knew in spring training that this Houston Astros team was going to be special. The Astros lived up to those expectations with a 101-win regular season and capped it off Wednesday night with a 5-1 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers in the winner-take-all World Series Game 7 at Dodger Stadium.
Following a 62-3 win over Arete Prep Friday night, the Kingman Academy High School football team loaded the bus at Southside Park and prepared to return to campus.
The Kingman Academy High School volleyball team rallied back Thursday on the road against No. 13 ranked Benson, but just came up short in a 3-2 loss during a 2A State Tournament play-in game.
In a game that featured a World Series-record eight home runs, it was George Springer’s two-run shot that propelled the Houston Astros to a 7-6 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers in 11 innings Wednesday night in Game 2 of the World Series.
As the Lee Williams volleyball team prepared for a deciding fifth set Tuesday night against Bradshaw Mountain, head coach Julia Lasiloo had a simple message.
Athletic teams at Kingman Academy High School are making a move.
It was a familiar situation for the Kingman Academy High School football.
Three members of the Lee Williams girls golf team were in the same class when they received a text from head coach Haley Bradley.
The Kingman Academy football team has no room for error.
In her four years on the Kingman Academy High School volleyball team, Aspen Jackson has experienced a number of great wins with her fellow seniors.
Jerry Homer Sr. isn’t your typical 77 year old.
The Kingman Academy High School volleyball team held its own Tuesday night against No. 5 ranked Trivium Prep, but unfortunately the 18th-ranked Lady Tigers couldn’t finish in a 3-0 loss.
It was only fitting that Game 2 of the National League Championship Series ended the way it did Sunday night at Dodger Stadium.
The Lee Williams High School football team had plenty of chances Friday night against Bradshaw Mountain.
The Lee Williams High School football team is finally back home.
Kingman Academy doesn’t want to look ahead, but it would be easy to do so.
The culture of Kingman High School football has changed.
The fifth time was the charm for the Kingman Academy volleyball team.
Beau Bearden shares his experiences being a traveling sports reporter
The Kingman Academy football team didn’t get off to a fast start against No. 7-ranked Chandler Prep Friday night, but the 20th-ranked Tigers quickly found their stride in the second half to cruise to a 44-14 win.
The Kingman High School football team had a number of opportunities Friday night at 28th-ranked Chino Valley.
The Lee Williams High School football team had a chance to win its second straight 4A Grand Canyon Region contest, but the Volunteers couldn’t complete their late rally in a 23-15 loss at 15th-ranked Flagstaff.
For the only time this season, all three area high school football teams will play on the road.
An unlikely hero stepped up for the Arizona Diamondbacks Wednesday night in the National League Wild Card game.
The Kingman Academy High School volleyball team rallied Tuesday night to pick up a 3-2 win, (23-25, 19-25, 25-20, 30-28, 18-16), over Tonopah Valley.
The Lee Williams High School volleyball team knew it had to win Tuesday night.
The Kingman Academy football team appeared to be headed for another loss to Parker as it trailed 28-26 with less than 30 seconds to play Friday night.
The Lee Williams High School football team entered Friday night still looking for its first win in the 4A Grand Canyon Region.
The Kingman Academy High School football team is all too familiar with Parker as it has yet to record a win against the Broncs in the last four meetings.
As the Lee Williams High School football team searches for its first win in the 4A Grand Canyon Region, it would be easy for the Volunteers to look at today’s 7 p.m. contest at Coconino as a good opportunity to accomplish that goal.