Camp Verde boys soccer lost 5-4 in overtime at Payson on Saturday, Oct. 10. Camp Verde’s next game is at noon Saturday, Oct. 17 against Willcox at Sam Hammerstrom Field.
The Marauders were able to show, during what stretch Thursday, one of their strengths, as they rallied to prolong the match.
Thursday, Camp Verde girls soccer beat Sedona-Red Rock 6-0.
Camp Verde volleyball has home matches Tuesday and Thursday. Varsity starts at 6 p.m. both nights.
The best performance of the day for Mingus came from the sophomore duo of Makena Bliss and Maisie Babcock. Bliss covered the 5K distance in 21:33 for a fifth-place finish in the field of 56 runners. Babcock was 11th overall in 22:14. Another sophomore, Nina Willoughby, finished 25th overall in 25:06.
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Fueled by the 1-2 finish of sophomore Cesar Diaz and junior Isaac Reynolds, the Mingus boys cross country team ran to top team honors in Saturday’s Camp Verde Invitational.
For the Mingus Union girls golf team, nothing could be more true as they shoot to qualify for the state tournament next week at Agave Highlands Golf Course.
“It’s going all right,” explained Head Coach Craig Mai. “We’re not playing as well as we’re capable, but we’re getting some really good experience and having a nice time being able to compete outside.”
With their three-sets-to-zero loss Oct. 1 at Arizona College Preparatory, Camp Verde’s varsity volleyball team has started the season with four straight losses.
Camp Verde boys soccer is now 3-1 on the year, 1-0 in the 2A North Section, after beating Payson 3-0 at home on Sept. 29, then defeating Desert Christian 6-0 on Oct. 1 on the road.