When a squad is trailing at halftime, there is almost always a motivational speech to fire up the athletes for the second half.
It is not too surprising to see athletes upset and hanging their heads following a blowout loss at home.
The victory was Kingman’s second in its past four matches and moved Kingman to third in the 3A West Region standings.
It was business as usual Monday night for the Kingman Academy High School volleyball team.
The turnover bug struck again Friday night and it proved costly as the Kingman High School football team suffered a 49-14 loss to River Valley at KHS.
It is no secret that the Kingman High School football team is in a state of rebuild under the direction of first-year head coach Russ Stryker.
The Lee Williams High School cross country team only had 11 runners due to illness and fall break, but that didn’t stop the Vols and Lady Vols.
The Colorado River Invitational this past weekend didn’t count toward the regular season, but two familiar volleyball squads met in the championship – Kingman and Kingman Academy.
If the start of the game was any indication, it appeared the Kingman Academy High School football team would be in a back-and-forth battle with Bourgade Catholic.
A lot has changed for the Kingman High School football team.
The Lee Williams, Kingman and Kingman Academy high school cross country teams were back in action Wednesday at the Kingman Multi.
The Lee Williams High School girls golf team couldn’t beat Prescott Tuesday, but Paige Booth finished first with a 6-over 42 at Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course.
It is all about improvement in the sport of cross country.
It is no secret that the Kingman High School football team enjoys running the ball.