When a team commits errors, it’s best to take advantage of them.
It’s not often you find a freshman at No. 1 singles, especially when that spot is usually reserved for an athlete with a few years of varsity experience.
The 2018-19 season may not have gone as planned, but the Kingman High School boys soccer team capped it on a high note with consecutive road victories against Parker and River Valley.
Following a season in which the Kingman High School girls basketball team won a 3A West Region crown and advanced to the second round of the 3A State Championship, three Lady Bulldogs garnered postseason accolades.
When Sadie Serrano first met Lee Williams High School girls soccer coach Chris Selby, she didn’t hesitate to talk about the goal of playing at the next level.
Five matches in two days was no problem for Jimmy Wayman.
Neither team wanted to see its season end Friday night.
For the first time in school history, the Lee Williams High School boys basketball team will host a postseason contest Friday night against No. 17 seed Moon Valley.
Consistency is key in any program and the Lee Williams High School wrestling team is proving that to be true as it will send three grapplers to state for the second consecutive season.
Solid defense proved crucial Tuesday as the Lee Williams High School girls basketball team picked up a 43-38 road win over Mingus.
The special season continued Friday night as the Kingman High School girls basketball team knocked off River Valley 44-33 for its eighth win in the 3A West Region.
Fans didn’t have to remain silent for very long Friday night.
As the minutes started ticking off the clock, Jerry Arave did something all coaches want to do on Senior Night – honor each athlete one last time.
It appeared the Lee Williams High School boys basketball team was on its way to an easy win over Flagstaff High.