Austin and Danny Dias enjoy playing video games in their spare time.
A football season is very similar to riding a roller coaster, as athletes experience a number of unexpected highs and lows.
There is 59.4 miles separating Lee Williams and Lake Havasu high schools, but yet the two squads have only met once on the gridiron.
No one had to twist Ryan Aymong’s arm to get him to join the Kingman Rugby Football Club
It wasn’t a typical day for a scrimmage, but that didn’t stop the Lee Williams High School football team from lacing up the cleats and battling on the gridiron Wednesday in Prescott.
It’s never easy when a team loses 12 players to graduation, especially when a number of those athletes are significant contributors.
It’s not often a coach can step aside and answer a few questions during the rigors of a practice in the triple digits.
The Arizona Diamondbacks didn’t make it easy on Madison Bumgarner
August has finally arrived and that means one thing to me – fall sports are here.
It’s safe to say Larry Carver has waited for this opportunity since he started umpiring 11 years ago.
It’s been a dream in the making for Cade Bradley.
Tarik Skubal is making his presence known in the minors.
Imagine this scenario: a 34-person sports staff being cut down to just nine in one swift decision.
As a number of freshmen and transfer students take their seats for the first time Wednesday at Lee Williams High School, another new face appears on campus.
On a hot and humid summertime afternoon, many area Kingman children are likely to be found in the comforts of an air conditioned room.
The Kingman Senior All Stars faced quite an uphill battle during the 2018 Arizona State Tournament.
The Lee Williams High School football team is set to host a middle school football camp at LWHS.
The John Bathauer Memorial Scholarship Tournament is quickly approaching.
The slogan “you win some, you lose some” is all too familiar in the game of baseball.
Many Kingman residents are familiar with All-Star baseball games in town, but not softball.
As he rounded third base Tuesday night, Reilly Feil didn’t show the usual emotion of a player who had just given his squad a huge momentum boost.
One night after struggling to find their bats, the Kingman North 10-12 All Stars exploded for 13 hits and drove in nine runs Saturday during an 11-6 victory over Lake Havasu City.
With runners on first and third base with two outs, manager Chad Benson decided to roll the dice with a double steal during a scoreless battle Friday night.
When the Kingman North 9-11 All Stars started practicing for the District 9 Tournament, manager Robert Paulson knew he had a well-rounded and experienced squad
Not often does a manager complain about having an abundance of talented baseball players on his team.
Sometimes all it takes is one swing of the bat and a team finds its spark at the plate.
High Desert 66 BMX hosted its annual Olympic Day Monday at the Mohave County Fairgrounds.
Gavin Hopper woke up one Christmas morning and found just what he was looking for under the tree – a camouflage compound bow.
Cannon Cobanovich stepped up to the plate Monday night with two outs and the bases loaded at Southside Park.
It was score four runs or go home for the Kingman North 8-10 All Stars Saturday night against Parker.
One thing is guaranteed when Kingman North’s 9-11 All Star squad takes the field Monday night against Lake Havasu – the best nine players will be in the lineup during the opening game of the District 9 Tournament at Southside Park.
If you have a bike, a helmet and a desire to ride, come out to Mohave County Fairgrounds Monday night.
As is the case with most situations in life, patience is the key to success.
It’s a no brainer for Tarik Skubal – the Kingman Academy High School graduate isn’t passing on the opportunity to begin his professional baseball career.
As the old saying goes – to the victor go the spoils.
The bottom of the fourth inning wasn’t kind to the Kingman South Little League squad Thursday at Southside Park
Many times a baseball team can catch momentum at the right time and ride it to a championship.
The Kingman North Little League Majors squad is quite familiar with Mohave Valley as the two teams met in the championship game of the Tournament of Champions last season.
Tarik Skubal may soon call Detroit home.
Adam Thomason wanted to make sure his team was ready for the opening round of the Minors (8-10) Tournament of Champions.
With the 2018 baseball season in the books, find out who was named to Daily Miner's 2018 All-City Baseball team.
With the 2018 softball season in the books, find out who was named to Daily Miner's 2018 All-City Softball team.
The most important thing for a football program is stability.
Sadie Snay could have easily made a college choice quickly, but the Lee Williams High School senior was looking for the perfect fit.
When Clint Sasse took over as head coach of the Lee Williams High School football team three years ago, he looked forward to seeing this year’s senior class.
It’s an offseason of change for the Kingman Academy High School football team.
Tarik Skubal didn’t know it then, but the Tommy John surgery that forced the Kingman Academy High School graduate to miss his junior year at Seattle University was a blessing in disguise.
Typically an athlete doesn’t get pumped up to lift weights – it’s more of a required effort to become bigger, faster and stronger.
The Keller Williams team proved that fact not only with their time, but by coordinating donations from other area businesses.
Karson Eales was on cloud nine May 5 during AMA Supercross at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas.