Homecoming is supposed to be a time of good cheer and celebration, but that wasn’t the case Friday night for the Kingman Academy High School football team.
It hasn’t been an easy season for the Kingman High School volleyball team.
As head coach Clint Sasse and his staff prepared the Lee Williams High School football team for tonight’s home game against Coconino, it was difficult to overlook how a new system has turned the once bottom-dweller Panthers into a threat in the 4A Grand Canyon Region.
The Kingman Academy High School football team’s offense hasn’t quite found its groove during the last three weeks, but there is a silver lining.
There’s no way around it, the Kingman High School football team has hit a tough patch with four straight losses.
The Lee Williams High School volleyball team has experienced quite a rollercoaster over the last month.
The Lee Williams and Kingman high school swim teams made the trek to Yuma Saturday for the Crim Swim at the Valley Aquatic Center.
Kaden Bean was in unfamiliar water at Centennial Pool.
Lee Williams’ Cole Finch jumped out to a great start Friday during Round 1 at the 35th annual Lake Havasu Invitational.
It’s not often a team has a bye week so late in the season, but the Lee Williams High School football team used its time off to gain a new outlook for the final stretch.