Goldwater Lake in Prescott represents one of seven Arizona sites that will play host to the Arizona Game and Fish Department’s annual Free Fishing Day this Saturday.
Williams finishes 1-stroke shy of individual title
Jessica Williams shot a 1-over par 73 on day three of the 2017 NAIA Women’s Golf National Championship, but Embry-Riddle fell short of the programs first national title, finishing runner up to Oklahoma City University by just eight strokes Friday afternoon.
The 29th season of Yavapai College soccer will kick off with its conference and home opener on Tuesday, Aug. 22, against Chandler-Gilbert Community College at Mountain Valley Park Amphitheater in Prescott Valley.
On May 20, the Central Arizona Horseshoe Club played host to the Mayflower Open
Coach: ‘Brooks brings an aura about him’
Four years ago, Mark Middleton was an assistant coach for the Chino Valley baseball program and Skylar Brooks was a freshman just looking to make his way.
The 2017 National Archery in the Schools (NASP) National Competition, held annually in Louisville, Kentucky, hosted a record 14,992 archers the week of May 7.
The longtime annual Tobin-Glick men’s slow-pitch senior softball tournament enters its 26th year this Thursday through Sunday, May 18-21, at the Pioneer Park 4-Plex in Prescott.
It was King’s first time in the 108-mile race
Though he’s done a handful of long distance and long format races before as well as raced as a professional cyclist in Europe, this was the first year Ted King participated in the Chino Valley Grinder.
Middleton: ‘It’s disappointing, but you tip your cap to Northwest Christian’
Skylar Brooks and Brock Ely collected the only two hits for a No. 9-ranked Chino Valley baseball team that rarely struggled with the bats this spring, dropping a 5-0 decision to Northwest Christian in the first round of the 3A state tournament Friday afternoon.
The 2017 3A West region honors are officially announced, and the Chino Valley baseball team took home some hardware.
The coaching staff for the Northern Arizona Suns held two basketball camps in Prescott and Prescott Valley on Tuesday.
Six Chino Valley athletes signed their letters of intent to continue their athletic careers at various colleges across the country Tuesday morning in Chino Valley.
Jeremy Kuhn: ‘It’s fun that we enjoy doing this together’
They may not have flashy bikes, a cushy travel life or all the best gear a major sponsor would provide their professional counterparts at the Whiskey Off-Road this weekend, but Jeremy and Jennifer Kuhn take the amateur race just as serious.
The 2017 Whiskey Off-Road event begins Friday with the Fat Tire Crit.
Rose Grant aiming to repeat as top female finisher in 50 proof
Aiming for an unprecedented third-straight Whiskey Off-Road Pro Backcountry title, Howard Grotts may face the annual event’s toughest 50-proof rider field to date.
Cougars advance in 3A state tournament
Chino Valley’s baseball team won the 3A West region title on Monday with a 10-1 victory over Wickenburg.
Seventeen days ago, on April 4, Chino Valley baseball pitcher Tyler Hixon struggled mightily in a blowout loss at 3A West region power Northwest Christian. He would make up for it in spades in a rematch on Friday at home.
'On The Ball'
For all the changes made by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the offseason, it seems the club has things moving in the right direction.
Wyatt Dodds finished with a 17-over par 53, Kylee Rabbe-Mazza shot a 55, but the Chino Valley golf team finished 61 strokes behind first-place Northland Preparatory for third place at Antelope Hills on Wednesday afternoon.
Fourth-place Roughriders battle second-place South Mountain
Nearly a year after winning the Junior College World Series, Yavapai College’s baseball team finds itself in the sticky position of simply hoping to qualify for the postseason in 2017.
'On The Ball'
Just over a year ago, the Phoenix Suns announced the purchase of the NBA D-League’s Bakersfield Jam, moving the team to Prescott Valley and rebranding it the Northern Arizona Suns.
Millsap: ‘They wanted to reward me for all that hard work in Prescott’
Dozing off on his living room couch in front of the television back home in Atlanta, Elijah Millsap received the phone call he’s been waiting for all season at the most unexpected time.
Let’s be honest, being overweight is no one’s fault but my own.
CORNVILLE — Chino Valley golf edged friendly rival Camp Verde on Monday afternoon in a match that came down to the last golfers.
On March 11, the Chino Valley Cougar Archery Team took 21 elementary students from Del Rio Elementary and 26 middle school students from Heritage Middle School to the Arizona State Archery Tournament at Ben Avery Shooting Facility in Phoenix.