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The timing could not have been better for Ryan Hurley.
The Kingman Academy High School golf team couldn’t have asked for a better start to the 2019 season.
Sometimes all it takes is one swing of the bat.
Rilee Araya was in a jam that no pitcher wants to face with the game on the line.
It’s never fun to play an opponent twice in a matter of a few days, but imagine facing a familiar foe three times in four days.
It’s no secret that early season victories don’t count toward a section title, but that doesn’t take anything away from a squad starting off the year undefeated.
There is a reason why you play the game.
Lee Williams High School may have finished higher as a team Saturday, but Kingman High’s Jamal Cash stole the show in the hurdles at the 4th annual Small School Invite at Mesa Community College.
It is still early in the season, but the Lee Williams High School track and field team has already set high expectations for 2019.