CDO’s Turner Washington eclipses mark that had stood for 30 years
CHANDLER – This undoubtedly is the “Year of the Throwers” in Arizona high school track and field and never was that more evident in Saturday’s 77th annual Chandler Rotary Invitational.
Marauders go to Bradshaw Mountain next
Mingus Union baseball held on to beat Saguaro on Friday to win their eighth straight game.
Participants race Saturday morning in the 6th annual Loven Family Run at Blazin’ M Ranch in Cottonwood.
Cowboys team have outscored opponents 177-47
CAMP VERDE – Camp Verde High baseball looks ready for a key stretch of games, getting healthy and riding an eight game winning streak.
Coach Meyer impressed by evenness in play
COTTONWOOD – Mingus Union girls tennis lost matches for the first time this season but the results aren’t all negative.
SEDONA — Still recovering from injuries, Mingus Union girls track and field enjoyed success at the Friendship Invitational at Sedona Red Rock on Wednesday.
Mingus Union softball returned to regular season action with a loss but they picked up some hardware before hand.
Streck, Alexander, relay teams lead Mingus Union boys track and field at Sedona Friendship Invitational
SEDONA — Mingus Union boys track and field had a successful outing at the Friendship Invitational at Sedona Red Rock on Wednesday, especially their underclassmen. “The boys were really good, we saw some PRs with our throws and the sprinters did a good job,” said Mingus Union head coach Yancey DeVore.
SEDONA — Camp Verde High girls track and field added more potential state qualifiers and had personal bests at the Friendship Invitational at Sedona Red Rock on Wednesday, especially their underclassmen.
Camp Verde High softball’s new line up debuted with a dominant win on Tuesday at home.
SEDONA — Led by junior Nate Schultz, Camp Verde High boys track and field added more potential state qualifiers on Wednesday night.
On Saturday, March 18, 2017 New Breed Wrestling sponsored another tournament. Successful involvement in wrestling demands huge sacrifices from the kids and their families. Some ask, are the sacrifices worth it? Ask that question to our kids attending colleges throughout the United States. Our champions have learned a code of ethics by which to live, to respect the rights of others and to play the game of life as well as the game of athletics. They have won the greatest championship any person could ever win by exploring the fullness and strength that lie within themselves. It has encouraged them to pass through the challenges of that upstream river of life. They now have a desire to excel in all that they do, a motivation to succeed and to pursue the best life can offer.
The 9th Annual Brian Mickelsen Memorial Run/Walk is around the corner and interest has remained steady, perhaps even increased.
Verde Valley coaches support new AIA pitch count rules
This season the Arizona Interscholastic Association implemented pitch count limits for high school baseball and Verde Valley coaches support the move.
Camp Verde High track and field senior captain Alana Neary is not just leading when it comes to performance.
Whether or not Arizona’s lone 2017 NCAA men’s basketball tournament representative makes it that far, the Grand Canyon State will soon be the center of the college basketball universe.
Mingus Union softball prepared for their first tournament of the season with two more blow out wins.
Mingus Union softball junior Nikki Zielinski’s work ethic has not only led to gaudy stats.
CAMP VERDE – For about 10 years, Fort Verde State Historic Park has been the home of reenactors playing baseball – even spelling base ball – the way it was done in 1860.
Camp Verde High baseball rolled into spring break.
Camp Verde High softball lost their fourth game of the year on Tuesday but head coach Henry Smith thinks the Lady Cowboys will be able to finish finding themselves.
Long ago the NCAA abandoned regional accuracy for its Division I men’s basketball tournament.
Stock rises for Arizona female runners
Former Desert Vista standout Dani Jones, now a sophomore at University of Colorado, claimed one individual and one relay gold in the NCAA Division 1 Indoor Track and Field Championships over the weekend at College Station, Texas.
Just two days after losing by five runs to the Badgers, Mingus Union softball pounded Prescott to gain an edge in the region title race.
Mingus Union girls soccer senior forward/midfielder Auli Hanks will be taking her talents to West Virginia next fall.
- Plans stall for ATV rentals on Bill Gray Road
- Court docket: March 19, 2017
- Mom arrested for giving kids marijuana gummy candy gets 6 months in jail, lifetime probation
- City Council delays review of city manager
- Obituary: Robert Roy Fanning
- Pair involved in deadly Camp Verde Circle K shooting set for pretrial conferences
- March 31 sentencing set for man who killed his mother
- Two people sent to hospital following semi-truck, trailer rollover on I-17
- Editorial: Collins’ case has become exercise in delaying justice
- Jerome mayor’s open forums allow him to hear residents’ expectations for community
- One person dead after attempting creek crossing
- Jerome’s historic Cuban Queen Bordello collapses
- Man who lost life in flood waters identified
- Body discovered beneath Sedona’s Midgley Bridge
- UPDATE: Submerged vehicle in Beaver Creek; status of bodies unknown
- Hotel, expanded retail offerings planned for VOC outlet mall
- Convenience store newest retail offering in Old Town Cottonwood
- Court docket: March 19, 2017
- Court Docket: March 5, 2017
- Project to transform Masonic Lodge into winery, tasting room, restaurant moves forward