Camp Verde High girls basketball nearly swept the Central Region awards.
Mingus Union baseball has started the season with a losing record against mostly bigger schools but they’ve shown promise.
Mingus Union softball senior outfielder Dylan Sweeney is going to be a Wildcat.
A slew of Mingus Union boys soccer players received Grand Canyon Region recognition.
PHOENIX — Camp Verde High girls basketball’s championship quest came up a point short.
PHOENIX — Camp Verde High girls basketball senior center Jacy Finley was dominant inside for the Cowboys in their final four game, but it was her outside game that may have saved Camp Verde.
Mingus Union softball lost a lot of talent from last year but return some decorated players.
Mingus Union softball will host a unique tournament on Friday and Saturday, the Mingus Union “Not Just Another Tournament.”
After years of accolades, Camp Verde High girls basketball senior Tanna Decker has found her next home.
Camp Verde High girls basketball punched its ticket to the final four.
PRESCOTT – After a slow start, Camp Verde High girls basketball returned to form in the state tournament opener.
PRESCOTT – Camp Verde High boys basketball opened the state tournament with a dominant win.
After a perfect regular season, Camp Verde High girls basketball enters the state tournament as the favorite.
PRESCOTT VALLEY — Led by junior Junior Dade Woodard, Camp Verde High boys wrestling finished 30th at state.
Mingus Union girls soccer moved on to the elite eight with an overtime win.
Both Camp Verde High basketball teams earned top seeds and will get to skip the play-in.
Camp Verde High girls basketball ended the regular season perfect and clinched the Central Region championship on Friday night.
Mingus Union girls soccer’s state tournament details have been revealed.
When Mingus Union girls soccer goalkeeper Zoey Arwine decided she wanted to take on a second winter season sport, girls head soccer coach Calvin Behlow knew there would be only one conflict.
Mingus Union boys wrestling had its best showing at sectionals in years, qualifying eight out of 11 wrestlers for state.
Already young and inexperienced, Camp Verde High wrestling entered sectionals short-handed but still qualified four for the state tournament, many of them rookies.
They don’t know who and when they will play yet but Mingus Union girls soccer is opening the postseason at home.
Mingus Union girls soccer earned a top seed in the state tournament.
Verde Valley will be well represented at the high school state wrestling championships.
Mingus Union boys soccer closed out the regular season with goals, a penalty kick save and something extra for head coach Luis Hernandez.
Although they led at the half, Mingus Union boys basketball had their senior night spoiled by Flagstaff.
Camp Verde High girls basketball stretched their winning streak to 19 games with a couple more dominant wins.
Mingus Union baseball’s hall of fame pantheon will grow by two members on Saturday and they are very familiar with each other.
Mingus Union girls soccer’s eight game winning streak ended on Tuesday in a top five match up.
Mingus Union girls soccer took care of business after their mini break and moved into the state’s top four.
Camp Verde High football will remain in the Verde Region, which although it changed significantly, will feature familiar opponents.
For Camp Verde High boys soccer it was well worth the wait for the All-2A teams to be announced.
Led by a brace from junior forward Domanic Renik, Mingus Union boys snapped their three game winless steak with a road win.
Camp Verde High football’s rivals are staying put.
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.