A postseason bid is always good, but the Kingman and Kingman Academy high school softball teams are in for long bus rides.
Sometimes all it takes is one good inning to get the job done.
Anthony White is an avid fan of exercising – whether it be basketball, track or softball, you can find him staying in shape. But one day he decided to try something new.
There are few better ways to end a game than with a walk-off hit.
Wyatt Pickering had a good feeling he would improve his time in the 1,500-meter run, but the 14-year-old never envisioned he would set a new meet record.
As the season winds down, track athletes know they are running out of time to qualify for state.
It is no secret that winning a region championship takes lots of hard work and dedication.
It never hurts to have a star athlete, but a squad is even more talented when it can win with a number of different role players.
It didn’t make up for a tough setback the day before, but the Vols capped the regular season Tuesday afternoon with a 9-0 sweep of No. 52 ranked Yuma at Centennial Park.
The Bathauer brothers made sure their final regular season home game ended in triumph Tuesday.
Kaylee Morley experienced the storybook ending that many strive for in their career.
Christian Walker homered leading off the ninth inning and the Arizona Diamondbacks rallied against the shaky Atlanta bullpen for a 9-6 victory Tuesday night.
The bats caught fire at the best possible time Monday afternoon as the Kingman High School baseball team backed Rilee Araya’s great outing in a 4-0 road shutout of No. 16 ranked Chino Valley.
Two and a half weeks is quite a while to be out of competition, especially when you miss two local track meets.
One day after its five-game winning streak came to a halt, the Kingman Academy High School baseball team proved it can quickly turn the page with a 5-3 victory over No. 7 ranked Northwest Christian.
The best rallies in softball often happen with two outs.
It doesn’t get much better than a perfect day at the plate and a successful outing on the mound.
Senior Day can sometimes have a negative result as athletes get caught up in the emotions of the pre-game ceremonies.
Darleen Bland meant business Saturday in the 400-meter run.
It didn’t take long for Sadie Snay to know West Texas A&M was the right place to continue her volleyball career.
The start of a match doesn’t always show how close it will be down the stretch.
Jamal Cash doesn’t shy away from competition, especially when it comes to the 110-meter hurdles.
It was a special Wednesday for Kingman High’s Lilianna Valdivia.
It may have been the closest of the season, but a win is a win and the Lee Williams High School boys tennis team is still unbeaten.
Matt Bathauer was unstoppable Monday afternoon.
Sometimes an off-day at the office can still provide positive results.
What a difference a few days can make.
Cortney McCans faced a situation that many college athletes encounter after graduation – where do I go next?
It is never easy to lose, especially when the setback comes after seven straight wins.
It was business as usual for the Lee Williams High School baseball team as it notched its third region victory of the season Thursday in an 8-1 decision over Bradshaw Mountain.
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.
With one swing of the bat, Isaac Bridges helped give the Kingman Academy High School baseball team a 7-5 win over Flagstaff’s Northland Prep.
As the hits continued to pile up, it was clear one squad meant business.
There’s no question that a strong start to the season can pay dividends and lead to success.
It was another close game Monday night, but unfortunately another tough loss for the Kingman Academy High School baseball team.
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When opportunities present themselves, it’s best to capitalize – even if it’s in the first inning.