Mingus Union girls basketball’s promising start on Friday night was undone by turnovers.
Mingus Union boys basketball’s upset bid ran into Lee Williams’ sharp shooting.
Despite playing their first game away from Verde Valley/Sedona in about a month, Camp Verde High girls basketball kept on rolling on Friday night.
In a match up of top three teams, Camp Verde High girls basketball dominated.
Mingus Union boys soccer dropped their last game before region play starts, 2-1 to Gilbert Mesquite.
The AIA released their first winter soccer rankings of 2019-20 on Tuesday and both Mingus Union teams were in the top 15.
PRESCOTT VALLEY – It’s a tad cold to be out in the country, so we’re bringing the country indoors.
FLAGSTAFF — With the FCS football season in the books, Northern Arizona junior placekicker Luis Aguilar picked up his sixth All-American honor on Wednesday with his selection to the Athlon Sports FCS Postseason All-America Team.
Student athletes at state universities and community colleges would be able to profit from their endorsements under the terms of legislation awaiting a vote at the state House.
Mingus Union girls soccer senior Felicia Bueno is taking her talents to Northwestern Oklahoma State University, to “home away from home.”
SEDONA — Despite being down by as 18, Camp Verde High girls basketball rallied to beat a rival and extend their win streak to 10.
SEDONA — Despite a relatively slow start, Camp Verde High boys basketball rolled to its third straight win over rival Sedona Red Rock.
After a 20 day break from games, Mingus Union boys soccer opened the calendar year with win.
Camp Verde High boys basketball comfortably knocked off top four Phoenix Country Day to pick up their sixth straight win in a row.
Camp Verde High girls basketball used a strong second half to comfortably win their ninth straight, this time over a top eight foe.
Mingus Union girls soccer picked up where they left off in 2019 in their first game in almost a month.
As that old ESPN commercial goes, for college football fans “it’s the most wonderful time of the year.” It’s bowl season.
SAHUARITA – Whether it’s following the yellow brick road, capturing the golden snitch or saving the world from Thanos, a performance by the Walden Grove High School Performing Arts Crew is destined to go viral.
GLENDALE – With this decade almost finished, Clemson coach Dabo Swinney reflected on an era with his football program that he still describes as “Little Ole’ Clemson.”
Camp Verde High girls basketball closed out the semester and their seven game stretch away from home with a dominant victory.