JT Keith

Sports Reporter

JT Keith is an award-winning local sports writer with the Kingman Daily Miner.

Recent Stories

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Bulldogs softball team suffers stage fright

Kingman Academy has a lot to play for this season and a lot to prove.

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Gonzalez family has a vision for the future

Tears welled up in the eyes of former Kingman girls’ basketball coach Danny Gonzalez.

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Paralyzed softball coach lives without regrets

Shane Powell pushes his wheelchair around the pool tables like he still has two feet, navigating an obstacle course at the Tack Shed Saloon and Eatery.

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Lee Williams soccer standout Castaneda commits to Gateway

Lee Williams soccer standout Carlos Castaneda signs his letter of intent to play for the Geckos at Gateway Community College in Phoenix.

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No. 1 Pima pulls away in second half to send Kingman Academy home

Kingman Academy boys basketball coach Brian Devincenzi came into the season believing his Tigers could win a 2A state championship once his team was complete.

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Tigers looking to shock the world against No. 1 Pima today

On Friday at 4:30 p.m. at Yavapai Community College after a two-week layoff, the last of the remaining local teams, Kingman Academy, attempts to upset the No.1 ranked team in 2A basketball, Pima.

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Separated by 30 miles, best friends found a way to play ball on the same team

Kingman Academy’s Cade Martin and David Larrabee reach the state playoffs together

Imagine playing against an opponent for years and admiring their game.

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Lady Bulldogs will be young with a good mix of senior leadership

Kingman Bulldogs second-year girls’ softball coach Craig Lee feels good about the team he will put on the field in 2017.

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Bulldogs’ youth movement is a year older this season

Last season, the Kingman Bulldogs baseball team played in a tough league: Division III, Section V and finished next to last.

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