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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Mother Nature must not be a fan of baseball.
It was a busy Friday afternoon of tennis at Kingman High School.
When opportunities present themselves, it’s best to capitalize – even if it’s in the first inning.
Grab your peanuts and Cracker Jack, the annual Big Red Construction Baseball Tournament is here.
When a team commits errors, it’s best to take advantage of them.
It’s not often you find a freshman at No. 1 singles, especially when that spot is usually reserved for an athlete with a few years of varsity experience.
An early lead and a pitching gem was all the Kingman High School baseball team needed to tally its first victory of the season.
The 2018-19 season may not have gone as planned, but the Kingman High School boys soccer team capped it on a high note with consecutive road victories against Parker and River Valley.
Sabino High School is more than 200 miles away in Tucson, but a decision by the Arizona Interscholastic Association or lack thereof sent ripple effects all the way north to Kingman.
The goal is not changing for the Kingman High School softball team.
Baseball and softball season is here, but that doesn’t mean every squad is fully prepared.
There was no telling how the 2018-19 season would unfold for the Kingman Academy High School boys basketball team, especially with it being the first year in the 3A West Region.
Following a season in which the Kingman High School girls basketball team won a 3A West Region crown and advanced to the second round of the 3A State Championship, three Lady Bulldogs garnered postseason accolades.
At some point, all good things must come to an end.
It’s been five years since the Kingman High School girls basketball team advanced to the quarterfinals of the state tournament.
Wednesday night was special for a number of reasons.
It’s no secret that senior leadership is important for any squad that wants to win games at state.
It’s been a few years, but the Kingman Academy High School boys basketball team has a history with Yuma Catholic.
When Sadie Serrano first met Lee Williams High School girls soccer coach Chris Selby, she didn’t hesitate to talk about the goal of playing at the next level.
The third time is the charm.
Five matches in two days was no problem for Jimmy Wayman.
Neither team wanted to see its season end Friday night.
As the wins continued piling up and the season neared its end, the possibility of a perfect record in the 3A West Region looked more and more promising.
A short two and a half miles is all that separates the two schools.
For the first time in school history, the Lee Williams High School boys basketball team will host a postseason contest Friday night against No. 17 seed Moon Valley.