Lee Williams High School will host its annual Silent Night game Friday against Mohave.
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.
Paige Lucero originally wanted to do what many end up doing – pick a college close to home.
Two non-region games were just the right medicine for the Lee Williams High School boys basketball team.
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.
History was made Tuesday when the Lee Williams High School girls basketball team knocked off Bradshaw Mountain.
It’s never easy to lose a game, especially when it comes on your home floor against a team you already beat this season.
As the season winds down, grapplers are running out of time to put up their best performances.
It was only a matter of time before it happened, but it doesn’t take away from the significance of it.
There was a lot on the line for the Lee Williams High School boys basketball team Friday night against Mingus.
It’s never easy for a squad to learn the hard way, especially if it results in a disappointing loss.
Watch out 4A Grand Canyon Region – this Lee Williams High School girls soccer team is on the cusp of becoming a true contender.
The season is far from over, but the Lee Williams High School boys basketball team is already on pace for a record-breaking campaign.