Three games in one week is never easy, especially when two of them are against non-region opponents.
I’ll be the first one to admit – I never imagined this basketball season playing out the way it has, especially with no clear-cut favorite out of the six local teams.
The Kingman High School boys soccer team may only have one game remaining, but it has a chance to end the season on a high note after knocking off Parker 4-3 on Tuesday.
Friday night went beyond the game of basketball.
A five-point lead with 1:44 remaining in the game isn’t bad, but it’s far from a comfortable margin.
Sometimes flying under the radar is the best way for a squad to rise to the top of the pack.
It’s tough to beat an opponent when it continues to find a way to stay in the game.
When a team is ranked in the top 10, every opponent is looking to tally an upset.
Home sweet home.
One thing is certain about the Lee Williams High School girls basketball team this season – when the baskets aren’t falling, the defense will pick up the slack.
Adversity was trying to ruin the evening Tuesday, but the Kingman High School girls basketball team didn’t let it.
Free throws are meant to help a team stay in a game, but they can also have a negative impact.
Jan. 6, 2017 – that had been the last time the Kingman High School girls basketball team defeated Northwest Christian.
The offenses came to play in the fourth quarter Monday night as the Lee Williams High School girls basketball team ended a three-game losing streak in a 45-28 victory over Dysart.