Badgers Tennis Teams Make The Playoffs : PHS Sports Roundup

Photo: Leyton Fetty and the boys tennis team will get one more home tennis match

Varsity Boys Tennis

The Badgers ended their regular season with a 5-4 win over the Notre Dame Prep Saints.  The win secured second place in the Division II, Section II standings. Prescott (6-1) in DII, SII, and (9-5) overall, won the top three singles, and top two doubles competition. Leyton Fetty said, “Our season has been amazing. The team has been getting really close with each other, and yesterday we showed that with team support, Owen and I could pull out the win.”

Prescott will host the Canyon View Jaguars (13-1), to see who will be awarded the #16 seed in the playoffs. The winner gets a date with top seed Catalina Foothills on Tuesday. Coach Sterling Fetty said, “The Tennis Committee made a rule that if a section does not have a representative in the top 16, there has to be a play in match to see who gets the #16 position. It is going to be a really close match with Canyon View, and I am really excited it is a home match, and we don’t have to travel to somewhere like Douglas or Tucson.”


#1 Leyton Fetty won 7-5, 6-2 over Manoli Gianakakos

#2 Owen Thomas won 6-0, 6-2 over Myles Miller

#3 Camden Fetty won 6-1, 6-2 over William Miller

#4 Cole James lost 6-1, 6-2 to Erich Huttinger

#5 Carter Thompson lost 6-0, 6-0 to Zach Zang

#6 Luke Raber lost 6-2, 6-4 to Joey Jebara


#1 L. Fetty/ Thomas won 8-4 over Gianakakos/M.Miller

#2 James. C. Fetty won 8-2 over W. Miller/Huttinger

#3 Thompson/Raber lost 8-3 to Zang/Jones


School-                          W-L       W-L

Flagstaff                         7-0       13-1

PRESCOTT                      6-1         9-5

Notre Dame Prep         5-2       10-4

Cactus Shadows           4-3         8-6

Bradshaw Mountain   3-4         7-6

Mingus                          2-5         6-8

Deer Valley                  1-6         2-12

Barry Goldwater         0-7         0-14


Varsity Girls Tennis

The Badgers lost 7-2 to undefeated Notre Dame Prep Saints in Scottsdale yesterday to finish their regular season tied for third place, at (5-3) Division II, Section II and (11-3) overall.

Prescott is seeded #7 in the Division 2 playoff brackets, and will host #10 Nogales in the first round on Tuesday at 3:00 pm.


#1 Ava Andrews lost 6-1, 6-0 to Georgia Cranford

#2 Ava Strasser won 6-3, 6-3 over Kira Lehman

#3 Jamie Huttman lost 6-2, 6-2 to Gemma Insalaco

#4 Alli O’neill lost 6-3, 6-2 to Reagan Broderick

#5 Somer Huttman won 1-6, 6-1, 10-3 over Gabby Reavey

#6 Victoria Lyon lost 6-4, 6-4 to Maggie Tuftin


#1 Andrews/Strasser lost 8-5 to Lehman/Cranford

#2 O’neill/Lyon lost 8-4 to Tuftin/Insalaco

#3 S. Huttman/J. Huttman lost 8-5 to Reavey/Jacqueline Bliss



School-                          W-L       W-L

Notre Dame Prep         8-0      14-0

Cactus Shadows           7-1      12-2

PRESCOTT                      5-3      11-3

Mingus                           5-3      10-4

Flagstaff                         5-3      11-3

Deer Valley                    3-5       3-11

Bradshaw Mountain    2-6       4-9

Barry Goldwater           1-7       1-13

Coconino                       0-8        0-15


Varsity Volleyball

The Badgers made it six in a row at home with a three game sweep over the Barry Goldwater Bulldogs. Prescott improves to (7-2) in the 4A West Valley Region and are (12-2) overall.

Prescott will pay a visit to Desert Edge today at 5:30 pm.



Games-                     1          2          3

Barry Goldwater     14       19       19

Prescott                    25       25       25


Varsity Softball

The Bears of Bradshaw Mountain took the first game of the rivalry with a 4-1 win over Badgers on a windy day at Prescott High School.

Bradshaw Mountain’s Yasmine Bernal allowed just one run on four hits, all singles in picking up the win. Eliza Legge gave up the only run of the game for the Bears in the first inning. She only allowed a pair of hits in the final six innings. “Our whole team came out and we wanted this game, said Bernal.

The Bears jumped on top after one out. Kadence Williams reached on an error, then singles by Kyla McDermott, Ashly Lisiecki, Inez Hatori Cambra, Brina Lankford, and Yasmine Bernal, and a walk led to the four runs first.

Prescott was quiet at the plate thanks to Bernal, but had their opportunities. They just could not get the right hit at the right time.

Photo: : Ruby Tessman goes into the air to make a great catch

The Badgers big chance came in the fifth inning. Leah Walker walked, Eliza Legge and Maddie Vick singled to load the bases. Walker then scored the only Badger run on a wild pitch, cutting the deficit to 4-1. Prescott would leave two runners on base in that inning and the sixth.

Legge said, “I think I wasn’t really mentally ready for that first inning. I just told myself to go back out there and shake it off.”

Bernal got the Badgers out one, two, three, to end the game. Prescott (4-6) in the Grand Canyon Region, and (12-12) overall, will visit the Bears (8-3) and (13-4), today at 3:00 pm.


Innings-                          123  456  7  –   R     H      E

Bradshaw Mountain    400  000  0  –   4      7     1

Prescott                         000  010  0  –   1      3     1




Chino Valley 19, Camp Verde 6

Lee Williams 23, Mohave 10

Greenway 7, Mesquite 0

Bagdad 15, Salome 1, 5 innings

Bagdad 30, Salome 2, 5 innings

Needles, (CA) 7, Williams 1

Mogollon 31, Ash Fork/Seligman 0, 5 innings

Seton Catholic Prep 13, ALA-Queen Creek 8


Varsity Baseball

Ryan Buckle and Vance Sartor each had three hits and two RBIs to lead the Bradshaw Mountain Bears to a 10-2 win over the Prescott Badgers last night in Prescott Valley.

The Badgers (5-5) in the Grand Canyon Region and (9-11) overall, scored their only two runs in the top of the first, but the Bears came back to double up Prescott to lead 4-2 after one inning. Bradshaw Mountain (10-1) in the GCR, (18-7) overall, added six more runs in the next three innings.

Sam Brown picked up the win, going five innings, allowing two runs on five hits, striking out nine with four walks. Vinny Magdaleno threw the final two allowing just two hits, while picking up two strikeouts.

The two teams meet again today at Prescott High School starting at 3:00 pm.


Innings-                           123  456  7  –   R     H     E

Prescott                          200  000  0  –   2      7     3

Bradshaw Mountain     431  200  x  –  10     9     0




Chino Valley 19, Camp Verde 3, 5 innings

Coconino 4, Flagstaff 3

Lee Williams 10, Mohave 0, 6 innings

Poston Butte 24, Apache Junction 0, 5 innings

Saguaro 10, Marcos de Niza 0, 5 innings

Needles (CA) 11, Williams 2

Mogollon 19, Ash Fork/Seligman 1

Bagdad 16, Salome 1, 5 innings

Bagdad 22, Salome 2, 5 innings

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