The Lee Williams High School boys basketball team’s season may have ended in the 4A Conference Play-In Tournament, but it can take some solace in the fact Kade Juelfs was recognized by the region in two of the four top categories.
All the Kingman Academy High School girls basketball team needed to do Tuesday was knock off Chino Valley to give itself a chance to make the 3A Conference Play-In Tournament.
It’s not uncommon for the Kingman Academy High School boys basketball team to go with a starting lineup featuring Connor Alleman, Wyatt Hall, Ryan Hurley and Mike Mayo.
Sometimes all it takes is a few made baskets and a squad has the confidence to carry it to victory.
The Kingman Academy girls basketball team entered Tuesday in second place in the 3A West Region, but ended the night in fourth following a 51-30 loss to Wickenburg.
It didn’t show on the scoreboard, but the Lee Williams High School girls soccer team held its own Thursday in a 6-0 loss to No. 1 ranked Prescott at LWHS.
It’s crazy how much can change in a little over a month.
It was a tough Friday at home for the Kingman High School girls soccer team as it couldn’t find the back of the net in an 11-0 loss to 15th-ranked Yuma Catholic.
It’s difficult to go on the road this late in the season, especially in a very competitive 4A Grand Canyon Region.
No lead is safe in a crosstown rivalry game as a squad can find a second-half surge and inch within striking distance.
The Kingman and Kingman Academy high school boys basketball teams are quite familiar with each other, dating back to their first meeting in 2013.
It was the closest game of the season, but the Lee Williams High School girls soccer team knocked off Lake Havasu 3-2 Tuesday.
It was a tale of two halves Monday as the Lee Williams High School boys soccer team overpowered crosstown rival Kingman High in a 10-3 victory at LWHS.
The season is far from over, but the Lee Williams High School girls basketball team can compete with anyone in the 4A Conference.