Dennie Hedges faces an issue that many other Kingman-area families are dealing with during the coronavirus pandemic - how do I feed my children while they aren’t in school?
Morgan Stephens and the rest of the Kingman High School softball seniors never imagined a situation where they might not get to finish their final season.
Every athlete enjoys hearing the words “Play Ball” before a game, but local Little League squads will have to wait to hear that phrase.
The Arizona Interscholastic Association’s Executive Board has decided not to postpone or cancel the spring championship season due to COVID-19.
I’ve been a sports fan for longer than I can remember and the affect that coronavirus is having on the teams I love is a difficult pill to swallow.
The City of Kingman Parks and Recreation Department isn’t trying to strike fear into the community, but that doesn’t mean it won’t take the necessary steps to avoid the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
The coronavirus (COVID-19) has yet to directly affect Kingman-area schools, but they are on high alert to ensure it doesn’t become an issue.
Kingman Academy High School’s Jake Scott didn’t hesitate to take advantage on his home course Tuesday as the senior shot a 1-over-par 37 to help lead the Tigers to a win against Williams at Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course.
Mistakes are bound to happen, but the key is keeping them to a minimum.
The 2020 season is just getting underway, but the Lee Williams High School boys track and field team is already ahead of schedule.
It was business as usual for the Kingman High School softball team on Monday as it easily defeated Phoenix’s Washington High 22-2.
Try as it might, sometimes a squad just can’t find success offensively.
Stephanie Broadbent’s junior season had just come to a screeching halt, but she knew the loss could be a turning point.
The Lee Williams High School baseball team went a perfect 2-0 in pool play Thursday to earn the No. 1 seed in bracket play at the Kingman Invitional.
It’s never fun to lose a game, but sometimes the experience can help out down the road.
It took some time, but the Kingman Academy High School baseball team found its offense Wednesday in a doubleheader sweep of Northland Prep.
It’s always nice to win your season opener, but it’s even better when you can do so in dominating fashion.
The bats came alive at the right time Monday as the Kingman High School softball team cruised to a 17-7 road win over Mohave Accelerated in five innings.
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A varsity squad doesn’t usually have very many underclassmen on the roster.
It’s never fun to lose, but sometimes there can be a silver lining.
Sometimes all it takes is one swing of the bat to shift the momentum in your favor.
It’s all about improvement from year to year and the Kingman High School boys soccer team did just that over the course of the past two seasons.
It’s not very often a squad has the luxury of returning everyone from the previous season.
It’s safe to say chemistry can go a long way in a squad finding success and continuing it deep into the season.
In any sport, the key to success is getting better as the season progresses.
A squad faces a number of obstacles throughout a season, but it always helps when there are extra athletes waiting to step up and help out in a pinch.
It’s no secret that the Kingman High School baseball team is in a state of rebuild.
The Lee Williams High School boys basketball team’s season may have ended in the 4A Conference Play-In Tournament, but it can take some solace in the fact Kade Juelfs was recognized by the region in two of the four top categories.
Not all athletes accomplish the goal of a state championship, but Jimmy Wayman can now say he belongs in the elite group after the Lee Williams High School senior took first place Saturday at the Division III State Championship in Prescott Valley.
Jimmy Wayman gave Lee Williams High School its second state champion in four years as the senior won a title Saturday at 145 pounds.
Not many squads find a way to dig out of a 17-point halftime deficit.
Coaches usually have a variety of topics to discuss following a season, but there are no guarantees that those talks will result in positive change.
It was a moment Jace Brooks will likely remember for the rest of his life.
All the Kingman Academy High School girls basketball team needed to do Tuesday was knock off Chino Valley to give itself a chance to make the 3A Conference Play-In Tournament.
Every senior class is special in its own way, but sometimes one group stands out more than others.
If it wasn’t for a canceled match in Yuma, the Lee Williams High School girls soccer team would likely be hosting a 4A Conference Play-In match for the first time in program history.
The Kingman Academy High School girls basketball team gave itself a shot to make the playoffs Monday with a 36-22 win over River Valley in a makeup game orginally scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 4.
It’s not uncommon for the Kingman Academy High School boys basketball team to go with a starting lineup featuring Connor Alleman, Wyatt Hall, Ryan Hurley and Mike Mayo.
Sometimes all it takes is a few made baskets and a squad has the confidence to carry it to victory.
The Lee Williams High School wrestling team hit the mats Wednesday for a four-team dual meet, but that wasn’t nearly as important as what happened a few days earlier in River Valley.
The Kingman Academy girls basketball team entered Tuesday in second place in the 3A West Region, but ended the night in fourth following a 51-30 loss to Wickenburg.