JT Keith

Sports Reporter

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

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No. 4 Flagstaff narrowly escapes Lee Williams

Lee Williams traveled to Flagstaff Wednesday to make up a game originally scheduled for Jan. 13.

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Kingman Academy dismisses Parker, remains unbeaten in 2A West Region

With first place in the 2A West Region on the line, the visiting Parker Broncs felt like they had to stop two players to leave Betty Rowe Gymnasium with a victory.

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Prep Roundup: Kingman wins against River Valley

Maybe, just maybe Kingman basketball coach Nick Juby has it figured out. His team has become road warriors.

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Des Gonzalez finally gets on the court

Former Lady Bulldog standout recovers from ACL injury

One of the last memories Desirae Gonzalez has of her high school basketball career is when Kingman traveled to Buckeye Union.

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Bulldogs stay in region hunt after shellacking MALC, 9-0

Kingman boys soccer coach Kevin Roberts is pushing all of the right buttons to keep his team in contention for a regional championship this season.

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Boys & Girls Club has plenty for children to do

The core beliefs of the Boys & Girls Club of America are simple: Give children a safe place to learn and grow. Provide them with a caring professional adult with whom to have an ongoing relationship.

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Tigers roll over MALC

Kingman Academy has sole possession of first place in the 2A West Region

Kingman Academy head basketball coach Brian Devincenzi had to do something with this team that was hard for him to do.

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Lady Tigers blast MALC

Kingman Academy girls’ basketball team turned a nail-biter of a game into a thrashing by holding Mohave Accelerated to two points in the third quarter, and five in the fourth quarter to win at home Friday night, 54-26.

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Column: I know a coach when I see one

I would be hard-pressed to tell anyone how to coach. In sports writing, there are strict rules about not cheering in the press box and no favoritism with athletes or coaches. Sports writers are taught to be objective.

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Wickenburg wrangles Lady Bulldogs, 60-45

In a game that saw the Kingman girls basketball team give everything they had, the one thing they cannot make up for is size.

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