There was no telling how the 2018-19 season would unfold for the Kingman Academy High School boys basketball team, especially with it being the first year in the 3A West Region.
Following a season in which the Kingman High School girls basketball team won a 3A West Region crown and advanced to the second round of the 3A State Championship, three Lady Bulldogs garnered postseason accolades.
Wednesday night was special for a number of reasons.
It’s no secret that senior leadership is important for any squad that wants to win games at state.
It’s been a few years, but the Kingman Academy High School boys basketball team has a history with Yuma Catholic.
The third time is the charm.
As the wins continued piling up and the season neared its end, the possibility of a perfect record in the 3A West Region looked more and more promising.
A short two and a half miles is all that separates the two schools.
Solid defense proved crucial Tuesday as the Lee Williams High School girls basketball team picked up a 43-38 road win over Mingus.
From start to finish, Tuesday night was all about the seven Kingman Academy High School boys basketball seniors.
When it comes to setting the tone in a game, there’s no better way to do so than with press defense.
When the Kingman Academy High School boys basketball team plays in the friendly confines of Betty Rowe Gymnasium, it’s almost a guarantee the Tigers will come away with a victory.
A three-point first quarter could have proven costly on the road Tuesday, but the Lee Williams High School girls basketball team made sure it didn’t in a 33-28 win over Prescott.
A tough loss was all the motivation the Kingman Academy High School boys basketball team needed Friday night when it welcomed Wickenburg to town for a 3A West Region showdown.