The Prescott Badgers baseball team picked up their third win in a row on Tuesday, beating the Mohave Thunderbirds at home 11-1. The team’s recent winning ways have the region record back to .500 at 5-5 and the overall mark at 8-7. The team now hits the road for a matchup against Mohave on Thursday at 4:00pm.
Prescott High School’s softball team has also been in the win column lately, picking four straight including a victory against Mohave on the road Tuesday 2-1. The team continues to be a force in the region with a 8-2 record and 12-3 overall. Badgers remain on the road for a game against the Thunderbird Chiefs on Friday at 4:00pm.
The Prescott Badgers volleyball team couldn’t find much success against the Raymond S. Kellis Cougars at home on Thursday, being swept 3-0. The team only has one win on the season and look to continue building on fundamentals against Deer Valley at home on Thursday. Game time is 5:00pm.
BRADSHAW MOUNTAIN BEARS
The Bradshaw Mountain High School Bears baseball team was back in the win column on Monday, beating the Moon Valley Rockets 7-5 after falling against rival Prescott High School in the previous week. The Bears overall record now stands at 7-6 and 5-6 in region as they go on the road for a game against the Shadow Mountain Matadors Thursday. First pitch is 4:00pm
Bradshaw Mountain’s softball team responded well after the crushing losses to Prescott High School last week, blasting the Comb Coyotes on the road Monday 14-8. The victory pushes the team’s overall record back to 7-7 while having a 4-7 region mark. Bradshaw Moutain is back home on Thursday for a game against the Shadow Mountain Matadors. First pitch is 3:45pm.
CHINO VALLEY COUGARS
Chino Valley High School’s baseball team has been rolling lately as the Cougars have won three straight games after the victory against Kingman on Tuesday 3-0 on the road. Chino Valley continues to tear up the region at 7-1 while going 11-4 overall. Cougars look to keep it up against the Northwest Christian Crusaders at home on Friday. First pitch is 3:45pm.
The Chino Valley softball team also had success against Kingman on the road Tuesday, beating the Bulldogs 12-1. The Cougars’ softball team currently sits 3-3 in region with a 6-7 overall record heading into their next matchup against Northwest Christian at home on Friday at 3:45pm.
EMBRY RIDDLE EAGLES
It was a tough weekend for the Embry Riddle Eagles softball team as the team could only pick up one game in back-to-back doubleheaders on Friday and Saturday against Marymount California University to end their season home schedule.At 17-33 overall, the Eagles finish their season on Friday with a doubleheader against #16 ranked Simpson University on the road.
YAVAPAI COLLEGE ROUGHRIDERS
The Yavapai College baseball team picked up a big doubleheader sweep against Central Arizona College on the road Tuesday, winning game one 3-1 and game two 8-5. The victories push the Roughrider overall record to 30-20 and a 16-14 mark in the ACCAC as well as give Yavapai College a one-game advantage for the fourth and final playoff spot. The hunt for postseason baseball continues at home on Saturday for a doubleheader against ACCAC frontrunner Cochise College. First pitch is noon.
Meanwhile, it’s more of the usual for the Roughrider softball team, sweeping another doubleheader on the road Tuesday against Chandler-Gilbert Community College. The team has won seven straight ballgames and sit at the top of the ACCAC at 40-4 with a 44-5 overall record. This upcoming Saturday, the team plays their final Saturday doubleheader of the regular season with a matchup against Scottsdale Community College. First pitch is noon.
After picking up two wins in Los Angeles to split the series against the Dodgers, the Arizona Diamondbacks opened the three-game road series against San Diego with a 11-2 drubbing on Monday night. Arizona remains tied for first place with Colorado as Zach Greinke takes the hill for game two on Wednesday night. First pitch is 7:10pm.