No athlete wants to see his or her season end early, especially when they are a senior.
When a squad is trailing at halftime, there is almost always a motivational speech to fire up the athletes for the second half.
Sometimes it is just not your night no matter how much effort you put forth on the field.
The Lee Williams High School football team has already passed the midpoint of the season and that’s usually when a squad is playing at its best.
It is not too surprising to see athletes upset and hanging their heads following a blowout loss at home.
The No. 29 ranked Tigers have battled low numbers all season and that struck again as they had to cancel Friday's 7 p.m. Homecoming contest.
The true test of any team is how it responds to adversity – the great squads find a way to persevere, while others fold under pressure.
The victory was Kingman’s second in its past four matches and moved Kingman to third in the 3A West Region standings.