Camp Verde High softball closed out the regular season with another mercy rule win.
Anyone familiar with Arizona high school sports knows the AIA makes some puzzling decisions.
Mingus Union boys tennis seniors Brigham Peterson and Jordan Finger went out in the first round of the state tournament.
Wednesday, Mingus Union Head Track and Field Coach Molly Westcott announced that she had made her athlete declarations for the May 3-4 state championship meet.
So dominant this season, Mingus senior thrower Kendrew Streck can have an off day and still be expected to win.
Camp Verde High golf finished third in a match at Chino Valley with Sedona Red Rock.
Camp Verde High softball clinched the Central Region with a shut out win over No. 4 Northland Prep.
TEMPE – Major League Soccer has been on the rise since the league’s reimagining of the early 2000s. After financial setbacks and attendance concerns dropped the league back down to 10 teams, a shift of focus to American players as well as the U.S. men’s international success has found MLS growing at fever pitch.
Camp Verde High baseball outdueled No. 9 Northland Prep to take control of their own destiny.
Mingus Union softball closed out the regular season in style with a couple routs of Lee Williams.
This Saturday’s Weekend Wars 4/13/19 produced some titanic opportunities in matchups.
Camp Verde High track and field traveled across Verde Valley for the Mingus Invitational and picked up some top results.
Terri Nelson (left) won Club Champion honors and Maureen Albert (right)
Apr. 4 at Coconino:
Camp Verde senior Christopher Holdgrafer competes in the 300 meter hurdles at the Sedona Friendship Invitational
Mingus Union High School
Clarkdale-Jerome head baseball coach/school resource officer Mike Brundridge made his players what seemed like a safe promise before the season.
Camp Verde High baseball routed Sedona Red Rock on Friday to pick up their fourth straight run rule win. The No. 9 Cowboys (14-6-1, 6-1 Central) beat No. 21 Sedona Red Rock 14-2 at home.
Camp Verde High softball got back into the win column on Thursday with a couple of run rule victories over Sedona Red Rock. The No. 3 Cowboys beat No. 37 Sedona Red Rock 19-5 after five innings and 23-2 after three innings at home.