High School Sports
The Prescott Badgers had to fight hard in their 3-1 win over a good Cactus Shadows team Thursday night in the Badger Dome. The scores were 25-20, 19-25, 25-23, and 26-24.
The games were close, with the largest lead by any team of nine points, which is what Prescott trailed by in game two, 9-18. The Badgers outscored the Falcons 10-7 but lost the game by six.
Player of the match for Prescott was Sydney Koehler, who played a very well rounded game. She had 7 kills, 17 defensive digs, 4 aces, and 23 points on serve.
Prescott improves to (2-0), while Cactus Shadows drops to (1-1).
The Prescott junior varsity won 2-0 by scores of 25-19 and 25-11. Karlee Holliday and Sierra Price both had very strong offensive performances for the Badgers. Holliday and Price, along with Blake Johnson were also instrumental playing great defense for Prescott. The JV team improves to (2-0).
The Badgers freshmen team had a tough opening act, falling to Cactus Shadows 2-0. The scores were 14-25 and 19-25. Prescott falls to (1-1).
The Badgers will host Liberty on Tuesday. Games start at 4pm with the freshmen, followed by the junior varsity at 5pm, and varsity at 6pm.
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The Prescott badminton team had a successful road trip in Phoenix as they knocked off Thunderbird 9-0, to improve to (2-0) on the young season.
Alexa Scholl had a tough match, winning her first game 11-5, losing the second 7-11, before coming back to win 11-9. Cypress Thomas was superb in allowing only 5 points scored against her in all her singles and doubles matches.
The Badgers junior varsity won 9-0 over a Thunderbird to improve to (2-0).
Both varsity and junior varsity teams will travel on Monday to take on Liberty in Peoria. Game time is 4pm.
Both the boys and girls teams beat Central from Phoenix, at the Prescott YMCA yesterday. The boys won 129-33, while the girls won 141-18.
Wednesday afternoon was quite a succesful one for Prescott High School and their student athletes.
The Prescott Lady Badgers Volleyball teams swept Mingus on opening night, at home in the Badger Dome 3-0.
You never know what you will see in a high school football game.