Chino Valley’s boys basketball team on Saturday bounced back from a narrow loss the night before, defeating Ash Fork/Seligman, 59-49, in an inter-conference clash at the Cougars’ main gym.
Stickrod leads Cougars with double-double in their home opener
Chino Valley girls basketball post player Felicity Stickrod was determined to make her final regular-season home opener in a Lady Cougars uniform a special one. The 6-foot senior sure didn’t disappoint, either.
Spartans’ Gooding, Larson come up big late
Northland Prep junior point guard Fred Gooding came off the bench to drain the eventual game-winning 3-pointer inside of a minute left in regulation, lifting the Spartans to a thrilling 58-55 victory over the Chino Valley boys basketball team Friday night.
Don't judge the NAZ Suns' guard by his proverbial cover
Don’t judge Northern Arizona Suns reserve point guard Josh Gray by his proverbial cover.
At the Flagstaff Duals, Chino Valley’s wrestling team struggled, losing all three of its matchups Wednesday night.
The Northern Arizona Suns entered their Pacific Division clash with the South Bay Lakers Tuesday night having not won at home since nearly a month ago, on Nov. 11. Thanks to South Bay sharpshooter Scott Machado, that drought continued.
Prescott’s wrestling squad opened its 2017-18 season by winning the annual Yavapai County Duals, compiling a 3-0 team record against Bradshaw Mountain, Mingus Union and Camp Verde Saturday at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
This winter, Chino Valley’s wrestling team returns nine grapplers, including a defending state champion, from its 2016-17 squad that placed 21st out of 44 schools at the Division III state tournament in February at Prescott Valley Event Center.
Suns have dropped three of last four contests
The Northern Arizona Suns have made a habit of playing close games during the first two-plus weeks of the 2017-18 regular season.
The older guard may have officially passed the baton to the newer guard on a chilly, overcast Friday afternoon at Mountain Valley Park as Yavapai College’s soccer team succumbed to Tyler Junior College of Texas in the NJCAA national semifinals.