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.
Losing streaks are never fun, but sometimes going back to the basics is all it takes to get back on track.
It’s crazy how much can change in a little over a month.
A squad faces a number of tests during a season, but one of the toughest is recovering from the first loss of the season.
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.
The sharp shooting Lee Williams High School boys basketball team downed Mingus Union Friday to keep up its hot streak.
The Lee Williams High School girls basketball team started slow at Mingus Union, but forced enough turnovers to win its second straight Friday in a 40-27 decision.
Any squad would want to be at full strength when the No. 5 ranked team in the 4A Conference comes to town for an important region opener.
Christian Marzo isn’t nearly as experienced as his Lee Williams High School wrestling teammates, but that hasn’t stopped him from finding success.
Not all squads are made for crunch time. Some stay calm and collected, while others fold under pressure.
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.