One of the greatest feelings in sports is tallying an upset win at home.
It is still early in the season, but the Lee Williams High School girls soccer team is proving how far defense can take you.
The Lee Williams High School girls basketball team fell one victory short at the River Valley Shootout.
It was a successful Friday for the Lee Williams High School girls basketball team.
It’s still early in the season, but the Kingman High School boys basketball team believes it has a special group that will go far with defense.
When the ball is going in the hoop, keep shooting.
The final score may not have shown it, but the Lee Williams High School boys soccer team was in a battle with crosstown-rival Kingman High Tuesday, before a pair of late goals swelled the final tally to 5-0 at KHS.
There is nothing wrong with defensive battles, but most squads enjoy seeing the offense pick up the tempo and score points.
It's not out of the question to think the Kingman Academy High School boys basketball team would experience some growing pains. It wasn't evident Monday, Dec. 2, as the Tigers topped Mohave Accelerated 50-45.
There are no guarantees in wrestling. Athletes can show up and work hard, but the squad can struggle to find success.
The Kingman Academy High School boys basketball team clawed its way back from a double-digit deficit Tuesday, but couldn’t complete the comeback in a 54-51 loss to Lake Havasu.
The crosstown rivalry between Lee Williams and Kingman high schools has favored one squad through the years, but there was something different about Tuesday’s meeting.
No squad expects to miss 17 free throws in the first half, but the Lee Williams High School girls basketball team overcame its struggles at the charity stripe Tuesday to defeat Kingman 41-29.
There are no guarantees when a squad takes the floor for a season opener, especially in high school sports.
The Kingman High School girls basketball team knew this season would be much different than a year ago.
It doesn’t matter what sport it is, chemistry is important.
The summer is usually a time for relaxing, but don’t tell that to the Lee Williams High School girls basketball team.
It is no secret the Kingman High School boys basketball team struggled a season ago, especially in the 3A West Region. But sometimes a squad has an off year and figures out a formula for success the next season.
Change is an inevitable part of life and it shows itself constantly in high school sports.
It is never easy to lose a large group of seniors, especially when they accounted for a majority of your offense.
The Kingman Academy High School girls basketball team could have entered this season with an entirely new coach and philosophy.
The transition from high school to college can sometimes be difficult, but don’t tell that to Meah Wilson.
A note card has a variety of purposes from writing down important information to studying for a test, but sometimes it can be used for long-term goals.
Every cross country athlete works hard all season to prepare for the state championship.
The Lee Williams High School girls soccer team accomplished a lot a year ago, but that doesn’t mean it is done.
A program does not materialize out of thin air as it needs young athletes to build a foundation for future success.
It’s never easy to get thrown into the fire as a young athlete, especially when you’re unfamiliar with the level of competition.
Lee Williams' Lozell Sheppherd, Donnie Simms and Kameron Toms were named to the 4A Grand Canyon Region first team.
A squad is never guaranteed a spot in the state tournament, especially in cross country where runners sometimes have to qualify on their own.
Before the Lee Williams High School volleyball team even took the court for a match in 2019, the focus was clear – set goals for the future, but control the here and now.
It is no secret that Wesley Boyd and Donnie Simms have played an instrumental role for the Lee Williams High School football team during the 2019 season.
For the first time in program history, the Lee Williams High School volleyball team is headed to the 4A State Tournament.
There are positives and negatives to knowing when your season will end.
With the cross country season winding down, it’s always important to make minor improvements before sectionals.
The Lee Williams High School volleyball program has only been in existence for a short time, but that doesn’t take anything away from how far it has journeyed since the inaugural season.
It was an emotional night for the seniors on the Kingman Academy High School volleyball team.
The Lee Williams High School cross country team was without a number of runners due to the ACT test, but that didn’t stop the Vols and Lady Vols from taking second at the Ray Gomez Invitational in Bullhead City.
The Kingman High School football team was dealt an unexpected blow as the first half came to a close Friday night at Wickenburg.
The No. 28 ranked Lee Williams High School football team dealt with its fair share of misfortune Friday night in a 48-7 loss to No. 15 ranked Prescott.
It is safe to say the Lee Williams High School football team wants to forget the past two games